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Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
20%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
38%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
36%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
6%
  



oldtimer 2:38 Wed Dec 15
50 years Ago Today
LC semi-final 2nd leg.V Stoke city
penalty, Hurst v Banks a place at Wembley at stake.
Banks tips over the bar Hursts pen.
To this day I can never bear to watch it if it shown. A bit like the Gerrard last minute equalizer.

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wansteadman 9:35 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
Ray Stewart smashed his penalties but in the cup final slotted it instead

Texas Iron 9:24 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
Just saw the YouTube...
Not a very good penalty by today's standards...too close to GK...
Sadly a missed Final
😣😣

Admiral Lard 9:21 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
Banke - England Goalie
Hurst - England Centre Forward.
Trained and played together for England for 6 years.
Banks always had the advantage and he used it extremely well

ajc123 8:57 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
Best goalie against the greatest striker of the ball.

New Jersey 8:11 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
How the fuck did he save that, well apart from being the best goalie on the planet at that time!

muskie 7:52 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
Add in the fact Bobby Moore advised him to go for a young Roy MacFarland but he bought Allan Stevenson who was probably a worse buy than Ferguson.

No wonder Moore wanted out and Peters left.

twoleftfeet 7:20 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
My understanding was that Greenwood had shaken hands on buying Ferguson then Banks became available and he refused to go back on his word.

Our future might have been so much different.

Crassus 7:17 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
Muskie
For more money too
Set a world record fee for that lemon

Fortunately, the second time we did that it worked out a bargain

muskie 7:01 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
The ironic thing is Greenwood had the chance to buy Banks but had a brain fade and bought Bobby Ferguson instead.

Razzman 6:34 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
Read about it on my paper round next morning, gutted

HCee 6:02 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
That was on my 17th birthday and to this day still my most miserable birthday ever. Also went to the 2nd replay at OT always hated Terry Conroy after that.
I hope my 67th birthday has a happier ending tonight.

Percy Dalton 5:59 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
My god is it 50 years.
Was in the west bank that night Hurst hammered it no idea how Banks saved that.
Went to all the replays after ending up at Old Trafford with Sir Bobby Moore in goal.
What a choker that ended up.

nickyorkshirehammer 3:54 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
I was here with my Aunt and Uncle standing in the west stand. I was almost level with the penalty box and could not believe the save Banks made. One week earlier Hurst had gone the same way in the first leg and Banks almost got there. Broke my 14 year old heart.

gph 3:48 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
First match I went to without my Dad.

Didn't see the Banks save, as everybody round me jumped up, expecting to see the net ripple.

Seen a clip of it once. Don't care to see it again.

ted fenton 2:46 Wed Dec 15
Re: 50 years Ago Today
I was in the South Bank that night absolutely gutted..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0c0WIL3fGs

We lost the second replay at Old Trafford and Sir Bobby saved a penalty.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbjVbUg3Crg

Epic cup tie.





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