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  • #46
    Buzsaky
    Furlong
    Gallen
    Big Dan
    Bircham
    Cookie
    Blackstock
    GINO!
    Ray Jones (rip big man)
    Shabazz Baidoo (random eh, but I loved him for that handball goal against the #####s in the FA Cup)

    As you can tell I haven't been supporting for long, first real season was our playoff final defeat.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by twranger View Post
      Parkes
      Clement
      Gillard
      Hollins
      McClintock
      Webb
      Thomas
      Francis
      Masson
      Bowles
      Givens

      I know thats 11, but how can one be missed out. Genuinely believe those are
      the best players I've had the pleasure of watching. Just happens to be one team though!!
      A team of legends and the best team I have had the pleasure of watching
      I blew a lot on vodka and tonic, gambling and fags. Looking back, I think I overdid it on the tonic. - The one and only Stanley Bowles

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      • #48
        Sir Les
        Wilkins
        Wilson
        Maddix
        Wegerly
        ****tu
        Furs
        Padula
        Buz
        Connoly

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        • #49
          Without doubt this team. I was at this match and at all the other home games that season. It was truly a sight to behold.

          BORKED

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          • #50
            no particular order

            DAVE THOMAS
            GERRY FRANCIS
            STAN BOWLES
            GLENN ROEDER
            DAVID BARDSLEY
            BOB HAZELL
            PAUL FURLONG
            AKOS BUZSACKY
            LES FERDINAND
            TREVOR SINCLAIR
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            • #51
              Just relised I already done it
              @chrisrobson9

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              • #52
                Originally posted by BennyBoyRs View Post
                ...you've actually had the pleasure of watching.

                Please don't say Stan Bowles, Rodney Marsh or Gerry Francis if you've never had the chance to see them as It'll get a good perspective of who's who in the generations of our fans...

                Morris...you can't pick Cook 10 times mate.

                In no particular order for me...

                Paul Furlong
                Akos Buzsacky
                Matt Connolly
                Paul Parker
                Roy Wegerle
                Les Ferdinand
                Danny Maddix
                Alan McDonald
                Trevor Sinclair
                Marc Falco

                I'd have put Bradley Allen in there too but he upset me massively when he scored against us for Charlton and had the biggest smile on his face...Bitter, I know, but he can stick it.

                Danny ****tu and Waddock just miss out too.

                Oops Edit: Maddix in my choice above ****tu.
                Not sure what happened there
                I was so happy when Sinclair made the England first 11 in 2002.
                I mean England beat Argentina for the first time since 86, and Sinclair was there, I was in Jakarta, Indonesia, where they hate England and everything English, I think I was kicked out of a couple of places because I lost my mind after the Denmark game. I yelled at everybody, basically after England 1, Arg 0- Home with the Argies, you're going home with the argies!!!!

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                • #53
                  Paul Furlong (liked him alot anyway, but that goal vs Oldham cemented his place in my list!
                  DouDou
                  Ray Jones (RIP)
                  George Kulcsar (used to think he was my dads best mate whenever we bumped into him despite never having met him before )
                  Gino Padula
                  Akos Buszaky
                  Paddy Kenny
                  Shaun Derry
                  Gareth Ainsworth
                  Danny Maddix

                  As you can see Im a younger fan (been going regularly since 1996) so have a limited number of players to choose from!
                  You should never underestimate the predictability of stupidity.

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                  • #54
                    Stan the man
                    Gerry Francis
                    Tony Currie
                    Glen Roader
                    Simon Stainrod
                    Sir Les
                    Marc Bircham
                    Big Dan
                    Sean Derry
                    Paddy Kenny

                    Difficult one this, ive tried to cover from when i started going aged 5, to present day.
                    F*CK OFF CHELSEA WEST LONDON IS OURS!
                    .2.1.13.

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                    • #55
                      Vinnie Jones
                      Steve Morrow
                      Razor Rudduck
                      Bob Hazel

                      shall i go on......

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                      • #56
                        les ferdinand
                        alan mcdonald
                        peter crouch
                        adel taarabt
                        alejandro faurlin
                        andy thompson
                        kevin gallen
                        paul furlong
                        gareth ainsworth
                        jan stejskal
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                        • #57
                          What about Martin Allen ?

                          He always gave 100% he is ALWAYS in my fav team, in my opinion he always played
                          as if he was a fan who had somehow sneaked into the tunnel as the teams came out.


                          and if he he didn't chase every ball down someone would notice he wasn't meant to be there....
                          "Steve, do you think 25k is a good option when there are indications that within four years, new stadiums on average have increased attendances of 60%?
                          For us that would mean around 29k."


                          QPR Richard 16-12-2013 10.08pm

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