Member Since Jul 2003
- Jul 17, 2003
For me the final game against Ipswich 90/91 season, last minute Dean Wilkins free kick to sneak us into the Playoffs, on a minus GD if iirc
Ha - you must have been standing next to me!Too many, but Ulloa's goal against Forest where I celebrated in the away end and forgot I had a frozen shoulder...
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Was at both of those. Couldn't remember it was Blackpool though, so....People seem to be mixing up memorable and best.
I'd say the most memorable were the York game and the pitch invasion - something that made the national news
Or 1978 v Blackpool and hearing the Southampton/Spurs match. That was memorable all right, people are still talking about it
That was a great day. I can’t claim it was memorable though. Remember very little of it!Playoff final for me. The whole day was just such a fun away day, party atmosphere, beer everywhere, all our mates together, beach balls bouncing round the train, and it was when my other half and I first got together.
On second thoughts ...
I was at that one, in the South. I thought the post match reaction was very flat, considering we had been promoted. Wasn't it after that that Barry Lloyd said 'now what?'?This!!! Lovely hot day, 18k in the Goldstone, a bullet header from Bremner, a tidy finish from Nelson and we were back in Div 1 at the first attempt after a horror season in 87-88.
Actually started with a late, late Gary Williams goal at Roker to beat Sunderland 2-1. Then 3-0 Palace away Easter Saturday, and coming from behind to beat Leicester 2-1 Easter Monday.Another vote for Leeds at the Goldstone 1981 2-0 win to stay up.
The 4 game winning run, which started with the 3-0 demolition of Palace away.
This for me too . . .and being a carefree teenager!This!!! Lovely hot day, 18k in the Goldstone, a bullet header from Bremner, a tidy finish from Nelson and we were back in Div 1 at the first attempt after a horror season in 87-88.
Rochdale night match, slaughted on the pitch and then waiting for our at the time CEO.
That may be my No. 3! First ever Albion promotion. My Dad was meant to pick self and my mate Daman (God rest his soul ) up by the Greyhound Stadium after the match but - unsurprisingly given the crowds - we missed each other. Daman and I eventually made it back to Ringmer at about 1 a.m. having thumbed it home!Being an oldie I remember another Rochdale final game of the season. In 1972 nearly 35,000 rammed the Goldstone to see us take the point needed to secure promotion from Division 3.