Sorry to have wasted your time.loyal1970 wrote:we know that's why I said it's taken 22 years.memory man wrote:We have never been to the Reebok (University of Bolton stadium) but we have a strange record in Bolton. We have just 3 wins and a draw in 14 visits but the three wins came in consecutive seasons 1965-66, 1966-67 and 1967-68. Argyle's manager for the 1984 visit played in all three as did Gordon Taylor, the current President of the PFA. Francis Lee played in two of them too.WoodsyGreen wrote:German Shepherd wrote: I was there. Crudgie broke his finger . we had already used our only sub so he moved to centre forward & Nisbet went in goal; both were dreadful in their unfamiliar roles. I went to get a beer to bring back to my seat (those were the days) & missed Paul Dalton's wonder goal.....just a typical afternoon in watching Argyle.
Wouldn't have been Paul Dalton... wrong era.
Quite a few Argyle connections past and present with McGovern, Joyce and McElhinney. Played on 22 September 1984
Managers John McGovern Bolton and Johnny Hore
Scorers Joyce 7 Caldwell 16, 59, 88 Oghani 45 Chandler 61 (pen), 89 and for Argyle Coughlin 31 and Tynan 69