remember sitting next to swans mum at Bradford she told me the reason he was playing so badly was because his dog died.
Steve Evans wrote: one of the worst in my opinion was peter shilton.many years past his best before date and an abysmal manager.
Darren Stoneman wrote: Dave Regis,
I worked in a shop at the time and he came in, I was a little start struck and asked for his autograph, he smiled and agreed, the only paper I had to have was his receipt, he gladly signed it, I gave him his and change and receipt with his perfect autograph! Worst autograph signing ever.
Penmaster wrote:Steve Evans wrote: one of the worst in my opinion was peter shilton.many years past his best before date and an abysmal manager.
Maybe I'm looking through green tinted glasses or years have savaged my memories but I remember him pulling off a string of 1 on 1 saves as a player. I dont remember any particular howler either. As a manager, he may well have been tactically inept but the team he assembled was the best footballing team I have ever seen at HP. I really fell in love with Argyle.as a kid watching McCall, Castle and Dalton.
Pettgreen wrote: The most frustrating signing was Goodwillie. Had so much talent and what a waste.