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  1. TheBlueDune

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  2. Passittogordon

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    R.I.P 23 MvF
    always will be an iconic shirt number in his memory.

    Kompany Started with 33, did Savic/Nestacic? Have this at some point, now of course Jesus has it.

    When Rosler first joined us he was 28, thats the first shirt with a player number on the back I ever bought, and last.
     
  3. radcliffe1309

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  4. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    It's called 'mythologising'! It's a team game, always has been and always will be! Let's see a No.7 stop a penalty, or a No.1 grab a hat trick!
     
  5. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Just better by a smidgeon than we expected?
     
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    It just doesn't get more Iconic than the number 8 worn by the greatest Inside forward, the world has ever seen..!
     
  8. Golden Silva

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  9. mad4city

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    We don't really have one but, if pressed, I'd say it has to be Number 1.
    We've had some truly iconic goalkeepers like Swift, Trautman and (arguably) Corrigan; club legends like Williams and yes, Weaver and Hart too - and that's not even mentioning others who have worn the shirt - even if they may be best known for achievements elsewhere like Schmeicel, James, Given and Seaman.
     
  10. calum down

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