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She'd a few years that day!
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my point being when I say sad day is that like a lot of the lads on here I have been lucky enough to see us lift league titles so even thou it was a great comeback /atmosphere/ memory/ night out / .Were Everton and like labby once said were one of the biggest and the best in the country and to be in that position was sad . Hopefully never againNothing sad about it, a great day.
I was in the Gwladys Street behind the goal on the edge of the upper bit where the join in the terrace was. Will always remember the trees in Stanley Park moving so violently it was like a hurricane just hit them when the goal went inI was in a tree in Stanley park watching this. Had a little view just of the street end goal. God when Hornes goal went in it was like watching apples fall from trees but replace apples with fellas, kids and lasses.
Was Neville not clearly fouled during the build up to that disallowed goal?Is it true Segers took a bung or is that just kopites on the wind up? True that 3rd goal looks dodgy as hell but how was he supposed to know Wimbledon were going to go 2-0 up and we'd need to score 3?
Personally think that Bolton's goal that never was in the 1997/98 season was a bigger slice of luck. Sheer incompetence from the officials cost them the points which were ultimately the difference that kept us up and sent them down. I don't think I could bare to watch football ever again if that were my team.