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Another question for those who properly remember the Keegan days


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The Keegan days came before I was old enough to really appreciate how good/bad footballers are/were, but I have often wondered the following:

 

If Given was our goalkeeper in the 95/96 season, would we have won the league?

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Guest Hibbits left foot

Bollocks if Huckerby had been played for Gillespie when he got injured in the Man utd away game then yes ...possibly

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Probably, Given is better than Pav and Hislop was back then, I think he might have made a difference in some of the crucial games.  Turning the Man U game at home into anything other than a defeat and we would have won the league.

 

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Too many other variables, but I doubt it. They just went on a fantastic run they're given no credit for, but it sounds better for the media to suggest we threw away a 12 point lead. We should have thrashed them at our place and that was the game that gave them heart.

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Can someone tell me which season was when we lost to Man Utd 0:1 at home.

When Cantona scored with his right foot in the penalty area and then Schmeichel made fantastic save on Ferdinand shot with one hand.Which season was this 94/95 or 95/96

I think it was 95/96 but im not sure :confused:

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Can someone tell me which season was when we lost to Man Utd 0:1 at home.

When Cantona scored with his right foot in the penalty area and then Schmeichel made fantastic save on Ferdinand shot with one hand.Which season was this 94/95 or 95/96

I think it was 95/96 but im not sure :confused:

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Shay AND Woodgate and we'd have walked it IMO.

 

Woodgate & Albert, that would probably go down as our classiest centre of defence.

 

Without a doubt, KK would have creamed himself with that pairing.

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Shay would never have let in the Collymore winner at his near post in the 4-3.

 

I agree and he wouldn't have let in either of Fentons strikes at Ewood,which was the straw that broke the camels back IMO.

 

Flowers was mint that game as well. :(

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Shay would never have let in the Collymore winner at his near post in the 4-3.

 

I agree and he wouldn't have let in either of Fentons strikes at Ewood,which was the straw that broke the camels back IMO.

 

Flowers was mint that game as well. :(

 

Both qouted for truth. Oh, and YES from me. No doubt IMHO.

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