The forgotten few

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Goats left knee, 8 Jan 2018.

  1. AndyTheCatalystMorrison

    AndyTheCatalystMorrison

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    Not read the whole thread but haven't seen any of these names while skimming through:
    Craig Russell
    Neil McNab
    Emile Mpenza
    Paul Moulden
    Nigel Gleghorn

    Oh, and Andy Morrison of course!!!
     
  2. ccr

    ccr

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    Jim Conway. How did he stay in my mind ?
     
  3. City health warning

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    Ben Thatcher and Oliver Dabo
     
  4. Gaylord du Bois

    Gaylord du Bois

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  5. BongoBlue

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    Tony Henry. Scored in a derby as I recall.
     
  6. ScottSinclair

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    We wouldnt have stayed in the division if it wasnt for Mpenza. No PL no Thaksin, no Thaksin no sheik. It all started with a belgian free transfer
     
  7. Mark Brennan
    Clive Allen
    Adrian Heath
    John Foster
    Michael Branch
    Gareth Taylor
    Trevor Morley
    Kenny Clements
    Carlo Nash
    Simon Tracey
    Micheal Vonk
    Fitzroy Simpson
    Steve McMahon
    Allan Harper
     
  8. tommo74

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    Was James Buster Phillips, Martin Buster Phillips brother?
     
  9. BLUEYESTU

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    Carlo Nash - god I’d forgotten about him! Am I right in thinking he was our tallest ever keeper at around 6ft 5”? Just a midges bigger than JC?
     
  10. tommo74

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    And he was a male model to boot
     

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