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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by ancoats, 21 Jul 2016.
oooops, didnt spot that bit Mini. . Oh well, he's had chance to reconsider since then.
One game that always stands out with Dunney for me is a game at the Etihad against Liverpool it was 0-0, Dunne was absolutely sensational that day against Torres didnt give him a kick of the ball. Few occasions you'd think Torres was away from him through on goal but Dunne had a burst of pace to get back and get him. Incredible display but he had games like that in his locker big time.
Mini? Xtra long if you don't mind.
Haha very good, that went right over many heads.
I think many of our younger contributors will struggle with that one.
Not me. He was quality even after we'd battered Bolton and then he decided he'd try his hand at basketball! I would have loved to have Dave Ewing partnering Dickie Dunne - two colossuses, or are they colossi?
wow 2009 and come 2020 this pops ups again hahaha
that kits is still the best
I started a similar post back in 2008 with the title -
"Richard Dunn got absolutely battered by Joe Bugner".(When Dunney Monster was still a City player). That caused quite a stir of interest at the time I can tell you.
alongside Mr Weaver and Mr Morrison is Dunney in my City hero list.
I became a fan in the mid-90’s so I’d say Flitcroft, Brown, Goater and then Dunne were my favourite players.
It doesn’t matter that they’re not the most skilful or talented. Anelka was a top class striker but I never warmed to the man.