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SOS Legends game 30 years ago today

sconies

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welp.
I hadn't heard of this before! Perhaps because I was born a month after it happened. Thanks for posting.

Is this a reason to have a bit of warmth to Carlton (at least while they are terrible)?
 
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eddazol

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The club has come along way since those dark old days of rattling tins to keep the club afloat
 
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I didn’t go, but my old man bought the video from the club. Legends games hadn’t settled into a comedic faux-footy feel by that stage so I remember thinking that plenty of players were having a bit of a dip. I reckon KB showed a few tricks, from memory. I’m pretty sure the old boy’s still got that old VHS.
 
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Legends of 2017

Finally!!!!!!!!!!!
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The only game I’ve been to in person at windy hill, and it didn’t involve the druggies :))
The only thing I can really remember about the game was Rex hunts commentary that was broadcast over the speakers. That was back when he was entertaining :)
One line that stuck in my head for some reason was “ vin Waite the dirty dog”
 

22nd Man

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I hadn't heard of this before! Perhaps because I was born a month after it happened. Thanks for posting.

Is this a reason to have a bit of warmth to Carlton (at least while they are terrible)?
It was good of them ... and most who played for both sides were from the late 60s to early 80s era when we were the fiercest of rivals. And as said some of the boys still had the white line fever.