- Oct 19, 2003
I still can't quite believe it.
That lump spread like virus, stopped me singing a few times.I did have a tear in each eye at full time. Seeing the bloke in front of me with a similar condition and being hugged by his dad didn’t help. And I started singing the Dunk song on the lap of honour as he passed the North, but had to stop as a lump had appeared in my throat.
For me, this meant a lot more than winning promotion to the Prem, more emotional. I’m so proud to support this club.
I had to go after the players started coming out with their kids (bad fan). Can anyone point me to any videos of the scenes and the interviews? I'm sure lots of people would love to see them.Is someone able to post this interview? I feel like I am due a bit of a boo, while we are still in the moment.
I know what you mean. Promotion to the Prem was something we'd been dreaming of for years, and was our target ever since we moved to the Amex. When we finally got there, it was relief mixed in with the elation.For me, this meant a lot more than winning promotion to the Prem, more emotional. I’m so proud to support this club.