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England 1992/93

Premiership

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts

1 Manchester United 42 24 12 6 67 31 36 84

2 Aston Villa 42 21 11 10 57 40 17 74

3 Norwich City 42 21 9 12 61 65 -4 72

4 Blackburn Rovers 42 20 11 11 68 46 22 71

5 Queens Park Rangers 42 17 12 13 63 55 8 63

6 Liverpool 42 16 11 15 62 55 7 59

7 Sheffield Wednesday 42 15 14 13 55 51 4 59

8 Tottenham Hotspur 42 16 11 15 60 66 -6 59

9 Manchester City 42 15 12 15 56 51 5 57

10 Arsenal 42 15 11 16 40 38 2 56

11 Chelsea 42 14 14 14 51 54 -3 56

12 Wimbledon 42 14 12 16 56 55 1 54

13 Everton 42 15 8 19 53 55 -2 53

14 Sheffield United 42 14 10 18 54 53 1 52

15 Coventry City 42 13 13 16 52 57 -5 52

16 Ipswich Town 42 12 16 14 50 55 -5 52

17 Leeds United 42 12 15 15 57 62 -5 51

18 Southampton 42 13 11 18 54 61 -7 50

19 Oldham Athletic 42 13 10 19 63 74 -11 49

20 Crystal Palace 42 11 16 15 48 61 -13 49

21 Middlesbrough 42 11 11 20 54 75 -21 44

22 Nottingham Forest 42 10 10 22 41 62 -21 40

15 August 1992

Arsenal 2 Norwich City 4

Bould, Campbell Robins 2, Phillips, Fox

Chelsea 1 Oldham Athletic 1

Harford Henry

Coventry City 2 Middlesbrough 1

Williams, Smith Wilkinson

Crystal Palace 3 Blackburn Rovers 3

Bright, Southgate, Osborn Ripley, Shearer 2

Everton 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Horne Pearson

Ipswich Town 1 Aston Villa 1

Johnson Atkinson

Leeds United 2 Wimbledon 1

Chapman 2 Barton

Sheffield United 2 Manchester United 1

Deane 2 Hughes

Southampton 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0

16 August 1992

Nottingham Forest 1 Liverpool 0

Sheringham

17 August 1992

Manchester City 1 Queens Park Rangers 1

White Sinton

18 August 1992

Blackburn Rovers 1 Arsenal 0

Shearer

Wimbledon 0 Ipswich Town 1

Johnson

19 August 1992

Aston Villa 1 Leeds United 1

Atkinson Speed

Liverpool 2 Sheffield United 1

Walters, Stewart Deane

Manchester United 0 Everton 3

Beardsley, Warzycha, Johnston

Middlesbrough 2 Manchester City 0

Slaven 2

Norwich City 2 Chelsea 1

Phillips, Robins Stuart

Oldham Athletic 1 Crystal Palace 1

Sharp McGoldrick

Queens Park Rangers 3 Southampton 1

Ferdinand 2, Bardsley Le Tissier

Sheffield Wednesday 2 Nottingham Forest 0

Hirst 2

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Coventry City 2

Williams 2

22 August 1992

Aston Villa 1 Southampton 1

Atkinson Adams

Blackburn Rovers 1 Manchester City 0

Newall

Manchester United 1 Ipswich Town 1

Irwin Kiwomya

Middlesbrough 4 Leeds United 1

Wilkinson 2, Wright, Hendrie Cantona

Norwich City 1 Everton 1

Fox Beardsley

Oldham Athletic 5 Nottingham Forest 3

Adams, Sharp, Henry, Halle, BernaPearce, Bannister 2

Queens Park Rangers 3 Sheffield United 2

Ferdinand, Barker, Bailey Cork, Deane

Sheffield Wednesday 3 Chelsea 3

Hirst 2, Wilson Jones, Stuart, Newton

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Crystal Palace 2

Durie, Sedgley McGoldrick, Young

Wimbledon 1 Coventry City 2

Holdsworth Gynn, Rosario

23 August 1992

Liverpool 0 Arsenal 2

Limpar, Wright

24 August 1992

Southampton 0 Manchester United 1

Dublin

25 August 1992

Crystal Palace 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Young Williams

Everton 1 Aston Villa 0

Johnston

Ipswich Town 2 Liverpool 2

Dozzell, Kiwomya Walters, Molby

Leeds United 5 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Wallace Rod, Cantona 3, Chapman

Sheffield United 2 Wimbledon 2

Beesley, Hodges Barton, Holdsworth

26 August 1992

Arsenal 2 Oldham Athletic 0

Winterburn, Wright

Chelsea 0 Blackburn Rovers 0

Coventry City 0 Queens Park Rangers 1

Impey

Manchester City 3 Norwich City 1

White 2, McMahon Megson

29 August 1992

Arsenal 2 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Parlour, Merson Hirst

Chelsea 1 Queens Park Rangers 0

Harford

Coventry City 0 Blackburn Rovers 2

Shearer, Atkins

Crystal Palace 1 Norwich City 2

McGoldrick Power, Phillips

Everton 0 Wimbledon 0

Leeds United 2 Liverpool 2

McAllister, Chapman Whelan, Molby

Manchester City 3 Oldham Athletic 3

Quinn, Vonk, White Jobson, Milligan, Halle

Nottingham Forest 0 Manchester United 2

Hughes, Giggs

Sheffield United 0 Aston Villa 2

Parker 2

Southampton 2 Middlesbrough 1

Le Tissier, Banger Wilkinson

30 August 1992

Ipswich Town 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Wark Cundy

31 August 1992

Norwich City 3 Nottingham Forest 1

Crook, Power, Phillips Clough

01 September 1992

Liverpool 1 Southampton 1

Wright Dixon

Middlesbrough 2 Ipswich Town 2

Kernaghan, Wilkinson Wark, Goddard

Oldham Athletic 2 Leeds United 2

Olney 2 Cantona 2

Wimbledon 0 Manchester City 1

White

02 September 1992

Aston Villa 1 Chelsea 3

Richardson Fleck, Newton, Wise

Manchester United 1 Crystal Palace 0

Hughes

Queens Park Rangers 0 Arsenal 0

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Coventry City 2

Bart-Williams Ndlovu, Hurst

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Sheffield United 0

Sheringham, Durie

05 September 1992

Aston Villa 3 Crystal Palace 0

Yorke, Staunton, Froggatt

Blackburn Rovers 4 Nottingham Forest 1

Shearer 2, Atkins, Og Bannister

Liverpool 2 Chelsea 1

Saunders, Redknapp Harford

Middlesbrough 2 Sheffield United 0

Falconer, Wright

Norwich City 1 Southampton 0

Robins

Oldham Athletic 0 Coventry City 1

Gallacher

Queens Park Rangers 0 Ipswich Town 0

Sheffield Wednesday 0 Manchester City 3

White 2, Vonk

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Everton 1

Allen, Turner Beardsley

Wimbledon 3 Arsenal 2

Sanchez, Fashanu, Earle Wright 2

06 September 1992

Manchester United 2 Leeds United 0

Kanchelskis, Bruce

12 September 1992

Arsenal 0 Blackburn Rovers 1

Newell

Chelsea 2 Norwich City 3

Harford, Townsend Robins 2, Phillips

Crystal Palace 2 Oldham Athletic 2

Armstrong 2 Olney, Sharp

Everton 0 Manchester United 2

McClair, Bruce

Ipswich Town 2 Wimbledon 1

Stockwell 2 Holdsworth

Manchester City 0 Middlesbrough 1

og

Nottingham Forest 1 Sheffield Wednesday 2

Bannister Warhurst, Hyde

Sheffield United 1 Liverpool 0

Littlejohn

Southampton 1 Queens Park Rangers 2

Le Tissier Sinton, Channing

13 September 1992

Leeds United 1 Aston Villa 1

Hodge Parker

14 September 1992

Coventry City 1 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Williams

15 September 1992

Blackburn Rovers 2 Everton 3

Shearer 2 Cottee 2, Ebbrell

19 September 1992

Aston Villa 4 Liverpool 2

Saunders 2, Atkinson, Parker Walters, Rosenthal

Everton 0 Crystal Palace 2

Armstrong 2

Norwich City 1 Sheffield Wednesday 0

Newman

Oldham Athletic 4 Ipswich Town 2

Marshall, Sharp, Halle, Henry Wark, Thompson

Queens Park Rangers 3 Middlesbrough 3

Ferdinand, Penrice, Sinton Kernaghan, Wright, Falconer

Sheffield United 1 Arsenal 1

Whitehouse Wright

Southampton 1 Leeds United 1

Groves Speed

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Manchester United 1

Durie Giggs

Wimbledon 1 Blackburn Rovers 1

Ardley Shearer

20 September 1992

Manchester City 0 Chelsea 1

Harford

21 September 1992

Nottingham Forest 1 Coventry City 1

Clough Rosario

26 September 1992

Blackburn Rovers 2 Oldham Athletic 0

Shearer, Ripley

Chelsea 0 Nottingham Forest 0

Coventry City 1 Norwich City 1

Ndlovu Crook

Crystal Palace 1 Southampton 2

Young Dowie 2

Ipswich Town 0 Sheffield United 0

Leeds United 2 Everton 0

McAllister, Chapman

Liverpool 2 Wimbledon 3

Molby, McManaman Fashanu, Earle 2

Manchester United 0 Queens Park Rangers 0

Middlesbrough 2 Aston Villa 3

Slaven, og Saunders 2, Atkinson

27 September 1992

Sheffield Wednesday 2 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Bright, Anderson

28 September 1992

Arsenal 1 Manchester City 0

Wright

03 October 1992

Arsenal 2 Chelsea 1

Merson, Wright Wise

Blackburn Rovers 7 Norwich City 1

Wegerle 2, Sherwood, Shearer 2, CNewman

Coventry City 2 Crystal Palace 2

Pearce, Gallacher Coleman, McGoldrick

Ipswich Town 4 Leeds United 2

Kiwomya, Wark 2, Dozzell Chapman, Speed

Liverpool 1 Sheffield Wednesday 0

Hutchinson

Manchester City 2 Nottingham Forest 2

Holden, Simpson McKinnon, Pearce

Middlesbrough 1 Manchester United 1

Slaven Bruce

Queens Park Rangers 4 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Holloway, Wilkins, Penrice 2 Sheringham

Sheffield United 2 Southampton 0

Whitehouse, Littlejohn

Wimbledon 2 Aston Villa 3

Newhouse, Clarke Saunders 2, Atkinson

04 October 1992

Oldham Athletic 1 Everton 0

Jobson

17 October 1992

Chelsea 2 Ipswich Town 1

Hall, Harford Whitton

Crystal Palace 0 Manchester City 0

Everton 1 Coventry City 1

Beagrie Ndlovu

Leeds United 3 Sheffield United 1

Chapman, Speed, Whyte Beesley

Norwich City 2 Queens Park Rangers 1

Bowen, Sutton Allen

Nottingham Forest 0 Arsenal 1

Smith

Sheffield Wednesday 2 Oldham Athletic 1

Palmer, Bright Milligan

Southampton 2 Wimbledon 2

Dowie, Groves Cotterill 2

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Middlesbrough 2

Sheringham, Barmby Mustoe, Wilkinson

18 October 1992

Manchester United 2 Liverpool 2

Hughes 2 Hutchinson, Rush

19 October 1992

Aston Villa 0 Blackburn Rovers 0

21 October 1992

Nottingham Forest 1 Middlesbrough 0

Black

24 October 1992

Arsenal 2 Everton 0

Wright, Limpar

Blackburn Rovers 0 Manchester United 0

Coventry City 1 Chelsea 2

Rosario Harford, Stuart

Ipswich Town 2 Crystal Palace 2

Dozzell 2 Armstrong, Coleman

Manchester City 1 Southampton 0

Sheron

Middlesbrough 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Wilkinson Bright

Oldham Athletic 1 Aston Villa 1

Olney Atkinson

Queens Park Rangers 2 Leeds United 1

Bardsley, Ferdinand Strachan

Sheffield United 0 Nottingham Forest 0

25 October 1992

Liverpool 4 Norwich City 1

Thomas, Hutchinson, Burrows, WaltButterworth

Wimbledon 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Gibson Barmby

31 October 1992

Chelsea 1 Sheffield United 2

Townsend Littlejohn, Deane

Everton 1 Manchester City 3

(Brightwell og) Sheron 2, White

Leeds United 2 Coventry City 2

Chapman, Fairclough (McAllister og), Ndlovu

Manchester United 0 Wimbledon 1

Sanchez

Norwich City 1 Middlesbrough 1

Sutch Wilkinson

Nottingham Forest 0 Ipswich Town 1

Dozzell

Sheffield Wednesday 0 Blackburn Rovers 0

Southampton 1 Oldham Athletic 0

Hall

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Liverpool 0

Nayim, Ruddock

01 November 1992

Aston Villa 2 Queens Park Rangers 0

Saunders, Atkinson

02 November 1992

Crystal Palace 1 Arsenal 2

McGoldrick Merson, Wright

07 November 1992

Arsenal 3 Coventry City 0

Smith, Wright, Campbell

Aston Villa 1 Manchester United 0

Atkinson

Blackburn Rovers 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2

Howells, Sheringham

Chelsea 3 Crystal Palace 1

(Shaw og), Stuart, Harford Young

Ipswich Town 0 Southampton 0

Liverpool 4 Middlesbrough 1

Rosenthal 2, McManaman, Rush Phillips

Manchester City 4 Leeds United 0

Sheron, White, Hill, Brightwell

Nottingham Forest 0 Everton 1

Rideout

Wimbledon 0 Queens Park Rangers 2

Allen, Wilkins

08 November 1992

Sheffield United 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Littlejohn Hirst

Oldham Athletic 2 Norwich City 3

Sharp, Marshall Robins 3

21 November 1992

Coventry City 2 Manchester City 3

Quinn 2 Sheron, Quinn, Curle

Crystal Palace 1 Nottingham Forest 1

Armstrong Bannister

Everton 0 Chelsea 1

Fleck

Leeds United 3 Arsenal 0

Fairclough, Chapman, McAllister

Manchester United 3 Oldham Athletic 0

McClair 2, Hughes

Middlesbrough 2 Wimbledon 0

Hendrie, Morris

Norwich City 2 Sheffield United 1

(Beesley og), Robins Cork

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Ipswich Town 1

(Thompson og) Kiwomya

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Aston Villa 0

22 November 1992

Southampton 1 Blackburn Rovers 1

Le Tissier Moran

23 November 1992

Queens Park Rangers 0 Liverpool 1

Rosenthal

28 November 1992

Arsenal 0 Manchester United 1

Hughes

Aston Villa 2 Norwich City 3

Houghton, Parker Phillips, Beckfrod, Sutch

Blackburn Rovers 1 Queens Park Rangers 0

Shearer

Ipswich Town 1 Everton 0

Johnson

Liverpool 5 Crystal Palace 0

McManaman 2, Marsh, Rosenthal, Hutchinson

Manchester City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 1

(Phelan og)

Nottingham Forest 1 Southampton 2

Clough Le Tissier, Adams

Oldham Athletic 4 Middlesbrough 1

Halle, Pointon, Sharp, Adams Falconer

Sheffield United 1 Coventry City 1

(Pearce og) Quinn

Wimbledon 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Jones Bart-Williams

29 November 1992

Chelsea 1 Leeds United 0

Townsend

05 December 1992

Coventry City 2 Ipswich Town 2

Gallacher, Quinn Kiwomya, Whitton

Crystal Palace 2 Sheffield United 0

Armstrong, Southgate

Leeds United 1 Nottingham Forest 4

Speed Clough, Keane 2, Black

Middlesbrough 3 Blackburn Rovers 2

Hendrie 3 Wilcox, Og

Norwich City 2 Wimbledon 1

Robins, Phillips Sanchez

Queens Park Rangers 3 Oldham Athletic 2

Ferdinand 2, Penrice Adams, Olney

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Aston Villa 2

Bright Atkinson 2

Southampton 2 Arsenal 0

Maddison, Dowie

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Chelsea 2

Campbell Newton 2

Manchester United 2 Manchester City 1

Ince, Hughes Quinn

07 December 1992

Everton 2 Liverpool 1

Johnston, Beardsley Wright

11 December 1992

Middlesbrough 0 Chelsea 0

12 December 1992

Aston Villa 2 Nottingham Forest 1

Regis, McGrath Keane

Ipswich Town 3 Manchester City 1

Stockwell, Johnson, Goddard Flitcroft

Leeds United 3 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Speed, Chapman, Varadi Nilsson

Manchester United 1 Norwich City 0

Hughes

Queens Park Rangers 1 Crystal Palace 3

Penrice McGoldrick 2, Armstrong

Sheffield United 1 Everton 0

Littlejohn

Southampton 2 Coventry City 2

Maddison, Dowie Quinn 2

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Arsenal 0

Allen

Wimbledon 5 Oldham Athletic 2

Ardley 2, Holdsworth 2, Clarke Brennan, Milligan

13 December 1992

Liverpool 2 Blackburn Rovers 1

Walters 2 Shearer

19 December 1992

Arsenal 1 Middlesbrough 1

Wright og

Blackburn Rovers 1 Sheffield United 0

Moran

Chelsea 1 Manchester United 1

Lee Cantona

Coventry City 5 Liverpool 1

Borrows 2, Gallacher, Quinn 2 Redknapp

Everton 2 Southampton 1

Beardsley, Rideout Le Tissier

Manchester City 1 Aston Villa 1

Flitcroft Parker

Oldham Athletic 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Sharp, Olney Sheringham

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Queens Park Rangers 0

Bright

20 December 1992

Crystal Palace 1 Leeds United 0

Thorn

Nottingham Forest 1 Wimbledon 1

Clough Clarke

21 December 1992

Norwich City 0 Ipswich Town 2

Kiwomya, Thompson

26 December 1992

Arsenal 0 Ipswich Town 0

Blackburn Rovers 3 Leeds United 1

Wilcox, Shearer 2 McAllister

Chelsea 1 Southampton 1

Newton Dowie

Coventry City 3 Aston Villa 0

Quinn 2, Rosario

Crystal Palace 2 Wimbledon 0

Coleman, Thomas

Everton 2 Middlesbrough 2

Rideout, Beardsley Hignett 2

Manchester City 2 Sheffield United 0

White 2

Norwich City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Sheffield Wednesday 3 Manchester United 3

Hirst, Bright, Sheridan McClair 2, Cantona

28 December 1992

Aston Villa 1 Arsenal 0

Saunders

Ipswich Town 2 Blackburn Rovers 1

Guentchev, Kiwomya Wegerle

Leeds United 0 Norwich City 0

Liverpool 1 Manchester City 1

Rush Quinn

Manchester United 5 Coventry City 0

Giggs, Hughes, Cantona, Sharpe, Irwin

Middlesbrough 0 Crystal Palace 1

Osborn

Queens Park Rangers 4 Everton 2

Sinton 3, Penrice Barlow 2

Southampton 1 Sheffield Wednesday 2

Monkou Sheridan, Hirst

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Nottingham Forest 1

Barmby, Mabbutt Gemmill

Wimbledon 0 Chelsea 0

09 January 1993

Arsenal 1 Sheffield United 1

Hillier Littlejohn

Blackburn Rovers 0 Wimbledon 0

Chelsea 2 Manchester City 4

Stuart, Spencer White, Sheron 2, (Sinclair og)

Coventry City 0 Nottingham Forest 1

Woan

Crystal Palace 0 Everton 2

Jackson, Beardsley

Ipswich Town 1 Oldham Athletic 2

Kiwomya Brennan, Bernard

Leeds United 2 Southampton 1

Chapman, Speed Dixon

Liverpool 1 Aston Villa 2

Barnes Parker, Saunders

Manchester United 4 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Cantona, Irwin, McClair, Parker Barmby

Middlesbrough 0 Queens Park Rangers 1

Ferdinand

10 January 1993

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Norwich City 0

Worthington

16 January 1993

Everton 2 Leeds United 0

Cottee 2

Manchester City 0 Arsenal 1

Merson

Norwich City 1 Coventry City 1

Sutton Quinn

Nottingham Forest 3 Chelsea 0

Bannister 2, Orlygsson

Oldham Athletic 0 Blackburn Rovers 1

Ripley

Sheffield United 3 Ipswich Town 0

Deane 3

Southampton 1 Crystal Palace 0

Maddison

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Sheffield Wednesday 2

Bright, Hirst

Wimbledon 2 Liverpool 0

Fashanu. Cotterill

17 January 1993

Aston Villa 5 Middlesbrough 1

Parker, McGrath, Yorke, Saunders,Hignett

18 January 1993

Queens Park Rangers 1 Manchester United 3

Allen Ince, Giggs, Kanchelskis

23 January 1993

Coventry City 3 Oldham Athletic 0

Gallacher 2, Ndlovu

26 January 1993

Blackburn Rovers 2 Coventry City 5

Newell, Hendry (Hendry og), Hurst, Williams, Quinn 2

Middlesbrough 2 Southampton 1

Mohan, Willkinson Le Tissier

Oldham Athletic 0 Manchester City 1

Quinn

Wimbledon 1 Everton 3

Fashanu Cottee 2, Snodin

27 January 1993

Aston Villa 3 Sheffield United 1

McGrath Saunders, Richardson Deane

Manchester United 2 Nottingham Forest 0

Ince, Hughes

Norwich City 4 Crystal Palace 2

Power 2, Sutton, Goss Armstrong, Thomas

Queens Park Rangers 1 Chelsea 1

Allen Spencer

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Ipswich Town 2

Yallop, Guentchev

30 January 1993

Chelsea 0 Sheffield Wednesday 2

Warhusrt, Harkes

Coventry City 0 Wimbledon 2

Holdsworth, Clarke

Crystal Palace 1 Tottenham Hotspur 3

(Ruddock og) Sheringham 2, Gray

Everton 0 Norwich City 1

Sutton

Ipswich Town 2 Manchester United 1

Kiwomya, Yallop McClair

Leeds United 3 Middlesbrough 0

Strandi, Batty, Fairclough

Manchester City 3 Blackburn Rovers 2

Sheron, Curle, White Newell, Og

Nottingham Forest 2 Oldham Athletic 0

Woan 2

Sheffield United 1 Queens Park Rangers 2

Holyland Allen, Holloway

Southampton 2 Aston Villa 0

Banger, Dowie

31 January 1993

Arsenal 0 Liverpool 1

Barnes

02 February 1993

Blackburn Rovers 1 Crystal Palace 2

Wegerle Armstrong, Rodger

06 February 1993

Aston Villa 2 Ipswich Town 0

Yorke, Saunders

Liverpool 0 Nottingham Forest 0

Manchester United 2 Sheffield United 1

McClair, Cantona Carr

Middlesbrough 0 Coventry City 2

Ndlovu, Quinn

Oldham Athletic 3 Chelsea 1

Henry, Adams, Brennan Harford

Queens Park Rangers 1 Manchester City 1

Wilson Sheron

Sheffield Wednesday 3 Everton 1

Warhusrt, Harkes, Waddle Cottee

Wimbledon 1 Leeds United 0

Holdsworth

07 February 1993

Tottenham Hotspur 4 Southampton 2

Sheringham 2, Barmby, Anderton Dowie, Hall

08 February 1993

Leeds United 0 Manchester United 0

Ipswich Town 1 Queens Park Rangers 1

Thompson White

09 February 1993

Sheffield United 2 Middlesbrough 0

Carr, Deane

10 February 1993

Arsenal 0 Wimbledon 1

Holdsworth

Chelsea 0 Liverpool 0

Crystal Palace 1 Aston Villa 0

Bowry

Everton 1 Tottenham Hotspur 2

Sansom Mabbutt, Allen

Southampton 3 Norwich City 0

Hall, Adams, Banger

13 February 1993

Chelsea 0 Aston Villa 1

Houghton

Leeds United 2 Oldham Athletic 0

McAllister, Chapman

Southampton 2 Liverpool 1

Maddison, Banger Hutchinson

20 February 1993

Aston Villa 2 Everton 1

Cox, Barrett Beardsley

Liverpool 0 Ipswich Town 0

Manchester United 2 Southampton 1

Giggs 2 Banger

Middlesbrough 1 Nottingham Forest 2

Phillips Clough, Stone

Norwich City 2 Manchester City 1

Robins, Power Sheron

Oldham Athletic 0 Arsenal 1

Linighan

Queens Park Rangers 2 Coventry City 0

(Pearce og), Peacock

Sheffield Wednesday 2 Crystal Palace 1

Warhusrt, Wilson Armstrong

Tottenham Hotspur 4 Leeds United 0

Sheringham 3, Ruddock

Wimbledon 2 Sheffield United 0

Fashanu, Dobbs

21 February 1993

Blackburn Rovers 2 Chelsea 0

Newell 2

22 February 1993

Sheffield United 2 Oldham Athletic 0

Gannon, Littlejohn

23 February 1993

Manchester City 1 Sheffield Wednesday 2

Quinn Anderson, Warhurst

24 February 1993

Arsenal 0 Leeds United 0

Nottingham Forest 1 Queens Park Rangers 0

Crosby

27 February 1993

Aston Villa 1 Wimbledon 0

Yorke

Crystal Palace 0 Coventry City 0

Everton 2 Oldham Athletic 2

Beardsley, Barlow Adams 2

Leeds United 1 Ipswich Town 0

Dorigo

Manchester United 3 Middlesbrough 0

Giggs, Irwin, Cantona

Nottingham Forest 0 Manchester City 2

White, Flitcroft

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Liverpool 1

Anderson Hutchinson

Southampton 3 Sheffield United 2

Moore, Kenna, Dowie Gayle, Bryson

Tottenham Hotspur 3 Queens Park Rangers 2

Sheringham, Anderton Peacock, White

28 February 1993

Norwich City 0 Blackburn Rovers 0

01 March 1993

Chelsea 1 Arsenal 0

Stuart

02 March 1993

Ipswich Town 0 Middlesbrough 1

Wilkinson

Sheffield United 6 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Carr, (Gray og), Bryson 2, Deane, Rogers

03 March 1993

Coventry City 1 Sheffield Wednesday 0

Gynn

Everton 2 Blackburn Rovers 1

(Hendry og), Cottee May

Norwich City 1 Arsenal 1

Fox Wright

Nottingham Forest 1 Crystal Palace 1

Keane Southgate

06 March 1993

Liverpool 1 Manchester United 2

Rush Hughes, McClair

Queens Park Rangers 3 Norwich City 1

Ferdinand 2, Wilson Robins

Wimbledon 1 Southampton 2

Holdsworth Le Tissier, Moore

07 March 1993

Coventry City 0 Everton 1

Ward

09 March 1993

Blackburn Rovers 0 Southampton 0

Oldham Athletic 1 Manchester United 0

Adams

Wimbledon 2 Middlesbrough 0

Scales, Holdsworth

10 March 1993

Aston Villa 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Chelsea 2 Everton 1

Stuart, Spencer Kenny

Ipswich Town 0 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Hirst

Liverpool 1 Queens Park Rangers 0

Rush

Manchester City 1 Coventry City 0

Flitcroft

Sheffield United 0 Norwich City 1

Fox

13 March 1993

Coventry City 0 Arsenal 2

Campbell, Wright

Everton 3 Nottingham Forest 0

Cottee 2, Hinchcliffe

Leeds United 1 Manchester City 0

Rocastle

Middlesbrough 1 Liverpool 2

og Hutchinson, Rush

Norwich City 1 Oldham Athletic 0

(Henry og)

Queens Park Rangers 1 Wimbledon 2

Ferdinand Fashanu, Earle

Southampton 4 Ipswich Town 3

Hall, Le Tissier 2, Kenna Linighan, Goddard, Kiwomya

14 March 1993

Manchester United 1 Aston Villa 1

Hughes Staunton

15 March 1993

Crystal Palace 1 Chelsea 1

Armstrong Stuart

17 March 1993

Nottingham Forest 0 Norwich City 3

Robins, Power, Crook

20 March 1993

Arsenal 4 Southampton 3

Linighan, Merson, Carter 2 Dowie, Adams, Le Tissier

Aston Villa 2 Sheffield Wednesday 0

Yorke 2

Blackburn Rovers 1 Middlesbrough 1

Atkins Hendrie

Chelsea 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Cascarino Sheringham

Ipswich Town 0 Coventry City 0

Liverpool 1 Everton 0

Rosenthal

Manchester City 1 Manchester United 1

Quinn Cantona

Oldham Athletic 2 Queens Park Rangers 2

Henry, Adams Allen, Sinton

Sheffield United 0 Crystal Palace 1

Coleman

Wimbledon 3 Norwich City 0

Holdsworth 2, Ardley

21 March 1993

Nottingham Forest 1 Leeds United 1

Clough Wallace Rod

22 March 1993

Middlesbrough 2 Oldham Athletic 3

Mohan, Hignett Bernard, Olney, Ritchie

23 March 1993

Crystal Palace 1 Liverpool 1

Armstrong Rush

24 March 1993

Coventry City 1 Sheffield United 3

Williams Whitehouse, Deane, Littlejohn

Everton 3 Ipswich Town 0

Barlow, Jackson, Cottee

Leeds United 1 Chelsea 1

Wetherall Donaghy

Manchester United 0 Arsenal 0

Norwich City 1 Aston Villa 0

Polston

Queens Park Rangers 0 Blackburn Rovers 3

Ripley, Moran, Atkins

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Wimbledon 1

Bright Holdsworth

Southampton 1 Nottingham Forest 2

Le Tissier Clough, Keane

Tottenham Hotspur 3 Manchester City 1

Anderton, Nayim, Turner Sheron

03 April 1993

Blackburn Rovers 4 Liverpool 1

Newell, Moran, Gallacher, Wilcox Rush

Chelsea 4 Middlesbrough 0

Donaghy, Spencer, Stuart, Barnard

Coventry City 2 Southampton 0

Quinn, Williams

Crystal Palace 1 Queens Park Rangers 1

(Bardsley og) Allen

Manchester City 3 Ipswich Town 1

Quinn, Holden, Vonk Johnson

Oldham Athletic 6 Wimbledon 2

(Fashuna og), Bernard, Olney 2, AHoldsworth 2

04 April 1993

Nottingham Forest 0 Aston Villa 1

04 April 1993 McGrath

Norwich City 1 Manchester United 3

Robins Giggs, Kanchelskis, Cantona

06 April 1993

Ipswich Town 1 Chelsea 1

Guentchev Spencer

Middlesbrough 1 Arsenal 0

Hendrie

Sheffield United 2 Leeds United 1

Rogers, Deane Strandi

07 April 1993

Nottingham Forest 1 Blackburn Rovers 3

Clough Wilcox, Ripley, Newell

Oldham Athletic 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Pointon Watson

09 April 1993

Sheffield United 1 Manchester City 1

Deane (Pemberton og)

Tottenham Hotspur 5 Norwich City 1

Ruddock, Sheringham 2, Barmby, NaEkoku

Wimbledon 4 Crystal Palace 0

Earle 2, Holdsworth 2

10 April 1993

Aston Villa 0 Coventry City 0

Ipswich Town 1 Arsenal 2

Wark Smith, Merson

Leeds United 5 Blackburn Rovers 2

Strachan 3, Wallace Rod, Chapman Gallacher, Atkins

Liverpool 1 Oldham Athletic 0

Rush

Manchester United 2 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Bruce 2 Sheridan

Middlesbrough 1 Everton 2

Wilkinson Watson, Radosavjevic

Queens Park Rangers 4 Nottingham Forest 3

Ferdinand 3, Wilson Bannister, Black 2

Southampton 1 Chelsea 0

Banger

12 April 1993

Arsenal 0 Aston Villa 1

Daley

Blackburn Rovers 2 Ipswich Town 1

Ripley, (Whelan og) Milton

Chelsea 4 Wimbledon 2

Wise, Hall, Spencer, Shipperley Holdsworth, Sanchez

Coventry City 0 Manchester United 1

Irwin

Crystal Palace 4 Middlesbrough 1

Rodger, Young, Armstrong, ColemanWilkinson

Everton 3 Queens Park Rangers 5

Cottee, Barlow, Radosavjevic Impey, Fedinand 3, Bardsley

Manchester City 1 Liverpool 1

Flitcroft Rush

Nottingham Forest 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Black, Rosario Sedgley

Sheffield Wednesday 5 Southampton 2

Bright, Bart-Willaims 3, King Dodd, Dowie

13 April 1993

Oldham Athletic 1 Sheffield United 1

Ritchie Holyland

14 April 1993

Norwich City 4 Leeds United 2

Sutton 3, Phillips Chapman, Wallace Rod

17 April 1993

Leeds United 0 Crystal Palace 0

Liverpool 4 Coventry City 0

Walters 3, Burrows

Manchester United 3 Chelsea 0

Hughes, (Clarke og), Cantona

Sheffield United 1 Blackburn Rovers 3

Hodges Gallacher, Newell, Sherwood

Southampton 0 Everton 0

Tottenham Hotspur 4 Oldham Athletic 1

Sheringham 2, Anderton, Turner Beckford

Wimbledon 1 Nottingham Forest 0

Clarke

18 April 1993

Aston Villa 3 Manchester City 1

Saunders, Parker, Houghton Quinn

19 April 1993

Ipswich Town 3 Norwich City 1

Dozzell 2, Stockwell Sutton

20 April 1993

Middlesbrough 3 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Wright 2, Wilkinson

21 April 1993

Arsenal 1 Nottingham Forest 1

Wright Keane

Blackburn Rovers 3 Aston Villa 0

Newell 2, Gallacher

Crystal Palace 0 Manchester United 2

Hughes, Ince

Liverpool 2 Leeds United 0

Barnes, Walters

Manchester City 1 Wimbledon 1

Holden Miller

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Sheffield United 1

Warhurst Deane

01 May 1993

Chelsea 2 Coventry City 1

Spencer, Cascarino Quinn

Crystal Palace 3 Ipswich Town 1

Young, Armstrong, McGoldrick Gregory

Everton 0 Arsenal 0

Leeds United 1 Queens Park Rangers 1

Hodge Fedinand

Norwich City 1 Liverpool 0

Phillips

Nottingham Forest 0 Sheffield United 2

Hodges, Gayle

Sheffield Wednesday 2 Middlesbrough 3

Bart-Williams, (Morris og) Falconer, Pollock, Hendrie

Southampton 0 Manchester City 1

White

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Wimbledon 1

Anderton Earle

02 May 1993

Aston Villa 0 Oldham Athletic 1

Henry

03 May 1993

Manchester United 3 Blackburn Rovers 1

Giggs, Ince, Pallister Gallacher

04 May 1993

Arsenal 0 Queens Park Rangers 0

Everton 0 Sheffield United 2

Bradshaw, Hodges

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Leeds United 1

Hirst (King og)

05 May 1993

Manchester City 0 Crystal Palace 0

Oldham Athletic 3 Liverpool 2

Beckford, Olney 2 Rush 2

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Blackburn Rovers 2

Anderton Newell 2

06 May 1993

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Arsenal 0

Bright

08 May 1993

Arsenal 3 Crystal Palace 0

Wright, Dickov, Campbell

Blackburn Rovers 1 Sheffield Wednesday 0

Sherwood

Coventry City 3 Leeds United 3

Williams, Quinn, Ndlovu Wallace Rod 3

Ipswich Town 2 Nottingham Forest 1

Milton, Whitton Clough

Liverpool 6 Tottenham Hotspur 2

Rush 2, Barnes 2, Harkness, WalteSheringham, Sedgley

Manchester City 2 Everton 5

White, Curle Jackson, Beagrie 2, Beardsley, Radosavjevic

Middlesbrough 3 Norwich City 3

Falconer, Wilkinson, Hendrie Ekoku 2, Johnson

Oldham Athletic 4 Southampton 3

Pointon, Olney, Ritchie, Halle Le Tissier 3

Sheffield United 4 Chelsea 2

Scott, Rogers, Whitehouse 2 Lee, Townsend

Queens Park Rangers 2 Aston Villa 1

Ferdinand, Allen Daley

Wimbledon 1 Manchester United 2

Holdsworth Ince, Robson

11 May 1993

Arsenal 1 Tottenham Hotspur 3

Dickov Sheringham, Hendry 2

Queens Park Rangers 3 Sheffield Wednesday 1

Allen 2, Ferdinand Bright

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[quote user="ob1"]

Please Grandad - stop banging on about the good old days... it''s a little pathetic.

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No it isnt its great. I suppose we will never see those days again so theres nothing wrong in a bit of wallowing in nostalgia.

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Isn''t nostalgia wonderful.

I should think fans of any club could get a warm glow from a great season they had in the past.

Perhaps you should be asking why didn''t Chase build on our sucess.

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Please Grandad - stop banging on about the good old days... it''s a little pathetic.

[/quote]

But not as pathetic as you banging on about how great you think we are under this bunch you silly sausage, they were great days and as your clearly a young pup who can only remember NCFC under this lot, a draw against the mighty scunny must feel like a Great night in Munich!

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Please Grandad - stop banging on about the good old days... it''s a little pathetic.

[/quote]

Actually, little oby, I spend far more time ''banging on'' about the bad new days......which are absolutely pathetic.

There were good old days - and if you youngsters missed them - then tough.

Demand your own good days of the little lady in charge. In the meantime, if you don''t like my posts don''t read them. Simple.

One love.

OTBC

 

 

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They were great days and we were probably the last club to make a serious challenge for the Premiership before the big 3, then, following Chelsea, the big 4 took over. Us and Blackburn, though the latter with Walker''s money.

We COULD have won the Premiership that year. Why didn''t we? Squad lacking in depth probably-had we beaten Man Utd at Carrow Road in that game towards the end of the season, we may well have got the impetus going and done just that. We had some great players, perhaps not quite enough when people were out injured or suspended.

And we played fantasic football. No question. When we played Leeds and beat them 4-2 at Carrow Road, the commentators on R5 were constantly saying what fantastic football we were playing, how it was entertaining, compelling, a short, fast passing game with all players comfortable in all areas of the pitch. I remember listening to that game for one reason, Jimmy Armfield said, "...Norwich are ready to become a long term, major player in English football...." -it was all falling into place. Think of the quality we had then-Crook, Phillips, in midfield; Ekoku, Sutton, Fox in attack, Culverhouse and Bowen, the best pair of full backs this club will ever have. The team spirit was astonishingly good, the management team, Walker, the motivator, Deehan the master coach and tactician; they worked so well together.

Maybe people would realise how frustrating the situation is now, when you can see what we COULD have been. OK, maybe not even in the top 3,4, but surely an infrastructure set up to establish ourselves as a club that can spend its footballing "life" in the top league, genrating a good income, bringing on good players, making a lot of money when they are sold-we only used to sell our players to the ''giants'', Man Utd, Chelsea, Rangers etc-now our best players go to the Derby''s and West Ham''s, clubs we should be on a par with perhaps? Andm crucially, replacing quality with more quality.

It can be done. It needs vision and true ambition, it might take a while, but, if it was put in place and we could see the intent on positive, real change and progress-what sort of difference might it make? You tell me!

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[quote user="ob1"]

Please Grandad - stop banging on about the good old days... it''s a little pathetic.

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Silly little boy....if anything is pathetic it''s you......

You might be happy with a Mickey Mouse club as it suits your small thinking.....but for some of us there is a wider world.

Grow up........

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coincidence time - we are still 2 places above QPR - as we were that season.just a coincidence I noticed however.

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[quote user="Huge Hairy Canary"]I note that even in finishing 3rd, we had a negative goal difference.........some things never change ![:$][/quote]

Haha,imagine that happening to someone like Liverpool nowadays, just won''t happen will it? [:D]

I still remember watching the highlights of that opener against Arsenal desperate to see if this Mark Robins was going to be any good. One 25 yard chipped goal later and a legend was born!

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Please Grandad - stop banging on about the good old days... it''s a little pathetic.

[/quote]While I pretty much disagree and ignore pretty much everything the original poster says - mostly because I believe it to be sensational for the sake of it "Chase was good" etc etc trying to get a response. In this case I think it''s brilliant to see all the results and league standings of the season. I remember the games and it takes me back - especially that opening day at Highbury.

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[quote user="BlyBlyBabes"][quote user="ob1"]

Please Grandad - stop banging on about the good old days... it''s a little pathetic.

[/quote]

Actually, little oby, I spend far more time ''banging on'' about the bad new days......which are absolutely pathetic.

There were good old days - and if you youngsters missed them - then tough.

[/quote]

Nope - didn''t miss them at all mate - can''t pull the "little boy" charge on me... sorry! And yes, while I wistfully re-watch "The Premiership Years" with as much pride as anyone, I don''t have my head stuck in the past... I certainly don''t bang on about it as a justification for being "right". Hindsight is an easy, but slightly pathetic and desperate way to score points.

[quote]But not as pathetic as you banging on about how great you think we are under this bunch you silly sausage, they were great days and as your clearly a young pup who can only remember NCFC under this lot, a draw against the mighty scunny must feel like a Great night in Munich![/quote]

Young pup... nice. I know I look gorgeous, but don''t let the pretty-boy thing fool you! [:)]

I don''t remember ANY posts about me banging on about how great I think we are... care to quote even one? I''ve had optimism (I''m rapidly losing it, admittedly) and hope - and I''ve given *support* (you should try it!), constantly, but I''m not deluded, mate, trust me. The other major difference is I enjoy what very little, but at least any and all the success we''ve had - it''s a marked difference to so many who revel in our misery. The time is coming where Grant has to answer for his failings. I just didn''t believe that time was before he''d been given the chance - and I still believe that. I still hope that it''s gonna be turned around. I still hope that Grant proves everyone wrong. I don''t think he''s gonna manage it, but that is irrelevant, as I hope and *want* to be proved wrong. Does any of the doom-monger here hope and pray they are wrong? I think not, unfortunately. Thats the difference, mate. Nothing about your misplaced and misguided ageism.

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[quote user="taintedtom2000"]Have some respect ob1, the guy was an absolute legend, not many since have been fit to lick his boots.....you included[/quote]

Sorry - I don''t have the same hero worship you are giving to Bly...

Now, Walker on the other hand IS a legend - and you AND I aren''t fit to lick his boots... ;)

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Blackburn 7 - Norwich 1

I remember this game.  It was the first time the Premier League sanctioned the use of the stealth football!!!

Surprisingly, Mike seems to be out of work - No idea why!!!

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The change is scary....

Imagine Liverpool losing 7-1 a team below them in the league... those days are long gone.

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Well it could be worse - six of the teams in that league are now worse off than us (for the time being, but watch this space)

In decending order - Sheff Weds, QPR, Forest, Leeds, Oldham, Wimbledon

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Blackburn 7 - Norwich 1

I remember this game.  It was the first time the Premier League sanctioned the use of the stealth football!!!

Surprisingly, Mike seems to be out of work - No idea why!!!

[/quote]

one result out of a season of success, beating teams like arsenal and leeds in their own back yard, you sir are a muppet. you deserve the garbage at CR at the moment. 

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Walker was a legend... i was 3 that season haha... i know it''s a season we''ll never manage to top though :(

 

 

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[quote user="ricky knight"][quote user="Sherlock Holmes"]

Blackburn 7 - Norwich 1

I remember this game.  It was the first time the Premier League sanctioned the use of the stealth football!!!

Surprisingly, Mike seems to be out of work - No idea why!!!

[/quote]

one result out of a season of success, beating teams like arsenal and leeds in their own back yard, you sir are a muppet. you deserve the garbage at CR at the moment. 

[/quote]

Mmmmmmm.......Reading must be crap losing 7-4 to a rubbish team like Pompey then?

Typical to try to dissmiss so much to be proud of with so little amunition.....but then it seems so many are elated with a 0-0 versus Scunthorpe nowadays.

Lame in the extreme.....

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[quote user="ob1"][quote user="BlyBlyBabes"][quote user="ob1"]

Please Grandad - stop banging on about the good old days... it''s a little pathetic.

[/quote]

Actually, little oby, I spend far more time ''banging on'' about the bad new days......which are absolutely pathetic.

There were good old days - and if you youngsters missed them - then tough.

[/quote]

Nope - didn''t miss them at all mate - can''t pull the "little boy" charge on me... sorry! And yes, while I wistfully re-watch "The Premiership Years" with as much pride as anyone, I don''t have my head stuck in the past... I certainly don''t bang on about it as a justification for being "right". Hindsight is an easy, but slightly pathetic and desperate way to score points.

[quote]But not as pathetic as you banging on about how great you think we are under this bunch you silly sausage, they were great days and as your clearly a young pup who can only remember NCFC under this lot, a draw against the mighty scunny must feel like a Great night in Munich![/quote]

Young pup... nice. I know I look gorgeous, but don''t let the pretty-boy thing fool you! [:)]

I don''t remember ANY posts about me banging on about how great I think we are... care to quote even one? I''ve had optimism (I''m rapidly losing it, admittedly) and hope - and I''ve given *support* (you should try it!), constantly, but I''m not deluded, mate, trust me. The other major difference is I enjoy what very little, but at least any and all the success we''ve had - it''s a marked difference to so many who revel in our misery. The time is coming where Grant has to answer for his failings. I just didn''t believe that time was before he''d been given the chance - and I still believe that. I still hope that it''s gonna be turned around. I still hope that Grant proves everyone wrong. I don''t think he''s gonna manage it, but that is irrelevant, as I hope and *want* to be proved wrong. Does any of the doom-monger here hope and pray they are wrong? I think not, unfortunately. Thats the difference, mate. Nothing about your misplaced and misguided ageism.

[/quote]

[Y]

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Bly,

Life moves on, you can''t keep looking at the past.

Of the teams in the table then 4 are in a divsion below Norwich and 7 are in the same division to Norwich, and QPR are two places below us. So we are not the only team who is finding to tough to stay in the Premiership

Live for today, and support NCFC

OTBC

 

 

 

 

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31 August 1992
Norwich City                3    Nottingham Forest           1
  Crook, Power, Phillips           Clough

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I remember that 1 live on Sky Sports, the day I fell in love with City.

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[quote user="a1canary"]Well well, look who popped up to score against us on January 10th 1993...!
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I noticed that but I don''t remember that goal, does anyone else? It was a crucial goal too and it''s not as if he scored many!

Norwich V Sheffield Wednesday 1987 was the game where my son was mascot. Both Nigel Worthington and Gary Megson played against us that day but we won that one 1-0.

 

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