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Sorry to hear that Tommy Spurr has had to retire through a long term injury. Whist it is not uncommon for players having to retire through injury when they still have a few years left to offer, it is still sad news. All the best Tommy, I really appreciated you when you were an owl. All the best for the future pal.

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Yeah. Thanks and all the best Tommy.

 

Micky Gray, 12 yards out, squares it across the box .................. Tommy Spurr ............left footed .......................... YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSS  !!!!!

 

Scores against United at the Kop end.

I'll never forget it.

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 Always gave 100%. Good luck for the future Tommy. You can always get a drink from an Owl that,s for sure.

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thanks tommy a true old fashioned full back,enjoy a new start,hope you stay in football

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He'll always be remembered for that goal against United. Always liked him as a player. Shame to have to retire at that age though

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2 hours ago, Hotmale 1954 said:

Yeah. Thanks and all the best Tommy.

 

Micky Gray, 12 yards out, squares it across the box .................. Tommy Spurr ............left footed .......................... YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSS  !!!!!

 

Scores against United at the Kop end.

I'll never forget it.

Bless 

 

Never heard of him

One for the history books à Wednesday player scoring at the Lane.

 

1979...40 years😀

 

 

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27 minutes ago, Ridgewalk said:

Bless 

 

Never heard of him

One for the history books à Wednesday player scoring at the Lane.

 

1979...40 years😀

 

 

And never been bettered since 😂

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2-4 sept 2017. First time a team has scored 4 away from home in a Sheffield derby.

And the world saw it.

 

Not ancient history either.

 

( slaps wrist) 

 

Sorry admin, will try harder

And who’s Tommy Spurr ?

 

Happy retirement anyway

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And who’s Tommy Spurr ?

 

Happy retirement anyway.

 

 

Just checked the archives.  

 

Scored goal  which gave Wednesday the first Sheffield double since 1913 😂 

and first win at the Lane since 1967 😂 

 

Go you Owls 

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Posted (edited)

There's always one. I'll never forget Brian Deane scoring a goal. 1893 I think it was. Probably the best goal ever seen apparently. 

 

Or was it 1993 o.n.o? 

 

Some may attract ridicule on this Forum. I didn't think for one minute I'd be one of 'em.

I obviously overestimated the IQ levels of some.

Edited by Hotmale 1954

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19 minutes ago, Hotmale 1954 said:

There's always one. I'll never forget Brian Deane scoring a goal. 1893 I think it was. Probably the best goal ever seen apparently. 

 

Or was it 1993 o.n.o? 

 

Some may attract ridicule on this Forum. I didn't think for one minute I'd be one of 'em.

I obviously overestimated the IQ levels of some.

Funny you should mention Brian Deane, Hottie. He scored the first goal in the Premier League I believe. You're right - it was 1992-1993 season against Man Utd..

Don't get down-hearted pal - you're one of the more sensible posters on here.

Edited by SgtDave

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14 hours ago, Ridgewalk said:

2-4 sept 2017. First time a team has scored 4 away from home in a Sheffield derby.

And the world saw it.

 

Not ancient history either.

 

( slaps wrist) 

 

Sorry admin, will try harder

And who’s Tommy Spurr ?

 

Happy retirement anyway

2 goal difference, must try harder!

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