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Tudor - john- shoots straight through grummits -peter legs GOAL!!!!!!! 3-2 too the blades. [1971/2 season] I seem too recall a certain mr woods performing the same act in 93, deane -brian sticks leg out, through woods christopher legs GOAL!!!! 2-0 blades

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And you ended up with Sabella instead:hihi:

 

Sabella was a good player from what i've read (was before my time), and who's to say what might've happened - had Maradona joined us, I doubt he'd have gone onto be the big star he was (we'd have probably flogged him onto someone like Middlesbrough for a loss a year later)!

 

Can you imagine the grief we'd have got if Maradona had done his Hand of God while still a blades player!

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sheffield wendy leg end terry curran went on to own a greasy spoon caravan on the A1 until the council needed the land.

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Tango's peak came when he appeared on big breakfast in the 1990s.

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Wednesday were called the blades untill 1899 when we decided to change it to the owls (im sure someone then copied us and used the name )

 

We weren't known as the Owls until several years later, we didn't change it as soon as we moved. Some reports say 1907, and some have us as still being the blades as late as 1913.

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Sheffield United were formed after a suggestion by a Wednesday chairman, and used to play in blue and white.

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Sheffield United were formed after a suggestion by a Wednesday chairman, and used to play in blue and white.

 

White shirts blue shorts for their first season mainly friendlies.

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Sheffield Wednesday legend Terry Curran was one of many 2nd hand players The Porks bought from us

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Tango's peak came when he appeared on big breakfast in the 1990s.

 

whats this? did he actually get on big breakfast? what for?

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whats this? did he actually get on big breakfast? what for?

 

Have you seen his gut.

what was the programme called?

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whats this? did he actually get on big breakfast? what for?

 

Oh yes strange but true,

 

One of their most famous fans is Paul Gregory. Known to many as "Tango" or "Tango Man" due to his similarity to a character appearing in advertisements for the eponymous soft drink in the 1990s, he takes his shirt off for every match. He achieved national fame during the 1990s appearing on The Big Breakfast and The Sunday Show.

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Attendance 68,287: vs Leeds United 15/02/1936 FA Cup R5 We won 3-1

 

Best win 10 - 0: vs Port Vale 10/12/1892 Division 2

 

Worst loss 0 - 13: vs Bolton Wanderers 01/02/1890 FA Cup R2

 

Most capped player Billy Gillespie: 25 Northern Ireland

 

League appearances Joe Shaw: 629 1948/66

 

League goals Harry Johnson: 205 1919/30

 

Goals in a season Jimmy Dunne: 41 1930/31 Division 1

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