Just call me Baz
- Apr 1, 2005
I went to every home game in div 2. Bolton Wanderers got right on my nerves. Didn't we play them about 5 times that season?Can only be RV at the 81 FAC replay, watching from behind the goal with him powering through the City defence and me screaming 'shoot ya bastard'
Such an unbelievable release of emotion ... Then seeing Steve Perryman hoist the cup for the team and all of us supporters - a culmination of fifteen years of me going to Spurs and 8 years of middling diddling stuff including the Div.2 year.
Everyone talks of the Charles one being awful but the first one is horrific too! Shades of De Jong on AlonsoGazza's Free kick for me still burns bright. Weirdly so does that tackle in the '91 Cup Final..can remember it with such clarity its as if it was yesterday. Sadly Gazza was never the same player after that
Yes played them in the 3rd round of the fa Cup and a replay too. the home league game we won 1-0 had the biggest recorded attendance of any league game in the country that season..I went to every home game in div 2. Bolton Wanderers got right on my nerves. Didn't we play them about 5 times that season?
I recall that day at forest like yesterday.Seeing Ossie and Ricky's league debut at Forest.
Standing in the clock end semi final replay at Highbury v Wolves.
The noise in Arsenal station walkway after beating Woolwich 1-3.
Singing Burkenshaw, Burkenshaw, Burkenshaw after the UEFA Cup final.
Was that filmed with a potatohttps://www.skysports.com/football/tottenham-vs-man-utd/276794
vs the great Manchester United of the 90s.
didn't get to watch tottenham much when i was younger. but that was really a very happy new year.
Except the date, you forgot the date. That would of been 91.Paul Gascoigne v Portsmouth at Fratton Park FA Cup 1987.
They were 1-0 up and Gazza was getting lots of stick from a hostile crowd. The pitch was awful and the stadium packed.
Gazza scores a soaring header to equalise before scoring a second running on to a ball and taking it past a couple of defenders.
It was the first time I’d seen Gazza in real life and not something I will ever forget.