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That was a real swashbuckling season, dodgy at the back but adventurous going forward, Humphrey and Young gave us that stability in 1990.
They brought the final touch added to Thorn and Nigel the season before. Those four were the settled defence. Shaw is the one always mentioned as the left back in the team that finished third. It was though not as simple there was doubt about that. This culminated in us signing Paul Bodin in the second half of the season who played for 9 games and then was dropped.
Shaw went on and certainly was a great player over the years.
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They brought the final touch added to Thorn and Nigel the season before. Those four were the settled defence. Shaw is the one always mentioned as the left back in the team that finished third. It was though not as simple there was doubt about that. This culminated in us signing Paul Bodin in the second half of the season who played for 9 games and then was dropped.
Shaw went on and certainly was a great player over the years.
Bodin was dropped because they'd decided he wasn't the long term answer, and Noades didn't want to pay the next instalment on the transfer fee that would have become due if he'd played anymore.
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Pembo definitely played left back at home to Millwall in the first half of that season
Pretty sure he didn't, as I remember him making a run down the right (very similar to the more famous one at Villa park) to set up one of our goals
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Pretty sure he didn't, as I remember him making a run down the right (very similar to the more famous one at Villa park) to set up one of our goals
He did Jim. That run you’re thinking of was down the left flank against Millwall. Check out my post (#18)
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Bodin was dropped because they'd decided he wasn't the long term answer, and Noades didn't want to pay the next instalment on the transfer fee that would have become due if he'd played anymore.
Noades signed Bodin without asking Coppell i heard.
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He did Jim. That run you’re thinking of was down the left flank against Millwall. Check out my post (#18)
Ah OK, the old memory playing tricks
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Bodin was dropped because they'd decided he wasn't the long term answer, and Noades didn't want to pay the next instalment on the transfer fee that would have become due if he'd played anymore.
His face didn't really fit here..

Left back was problem for ages until my fellow At Mary's alumnus Dean Gordon came along.

We had years of David Lindsay, Les Strong, Garry Williams, Paul Brush, Henry Hughton, gawd the 80's were grim..

There is an interesting Noades/Coppell article on the club website about what it was like back then today
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He did Jim. That run you’re thinking of was down the left flank against Millwall. Check out my post (#18)
And the Youtube link on post #4.
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Bodin was dropped because they'd decided he wasn't the long term answer, and Noades didn't want to pay the next instalment on the transfer fee that would have become due if he'd played anymore.
Bodin was gone by December certainly and certainly was a strange move. That and the Glynn Hodges transfer were signs that we had issues in identifying players to settle into the squad. Humphrey Martyn Young Thorn all added improved the side. Even Gary Thompson on a cheap deal was fine. Yet those two was a precursor to some very strange deals Mortimor Marco Sinnott.
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Bodin was gone by December certainly and certainly was a strange move. That and the Glynn Hodges transfer were signs that we had issues in identifying players to settle into the squad. Humphrey Martyn Young Thorn all added improved the side. Even Gary Thompson on a cheap deal was fine. Yet those two was a precursor to some very strange deals Mortimor Marco Sinnott.
Add Stan Collymore to that list as well.

Certainly we went wayward after a stellar run from Mark Bright's signing (autumn 86) through to probably Hodges (summer 90) where it started to go wrong with the recruitment.
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Bodin was dropped because they'd decided he wasn't the long term answer, and Noades didn't want to pay the next instalment on the transfer fee that would have become due if he'd played anymore.
Correct - 5 games at end of 91 season and 4 games at start of 92 season but the 10th game would have triggered the payment clause hence him going back to Swindon.

Also one of the worst chants of all time for Bodin

"Bod, Bod, Bod, Bod, Bod" and it wasn't even a proper tune.

One of tomario's poorer efforts on the Holmesdale chant scene that year
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Add Stan Collymore to that list as well.

Certainly we went wayward after a stellar run from Mark Bright's signing (autumn 86) through to probably Hodges (summer 90) where it started to go wrong with the recruitment.
Not sure I agree with Collymore being bracketed with the others. In many respects he was very similar to some of our successful signings over that era. He could easily have been a success. But he suffered from being behind Wright and Bright, and didn't offer the experience and nouse of Garry Thompson.

Gabbiadini, though, would be a good example.. Not a bad player, but never going to fit into our style of play.
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Bodin was a really good player.
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What's fascinating is it was the same people doing the recruitment. I wonder if their approach changed. Paul Williams was another lazy signing as a makeweight in Bright's move to Wednesday. He only scored on goal that season, for Wednesday against....Palace. In effect, it relegated us.
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What's fascinating is it was the same people doing the recruitment. I wonder if their approach changed. Paul Williams was another lazy signing as a makeweight in Bright's move to Wednesday. He only scored on goal that season, for Wednesday against....Palace. In effect, it relegated us.
I guess it was very different trying to pick up rough diamonds to build a team in Division 2, to buying players ready to slot straight into a first division team. But having said that, the early signings for the top flight were all good - Gray, Dennis (or he would have been if not injured), Martyn, Thorn, Humphrey and Young.
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I had a good view from the AW enclosure as he left that donkey twat Hurlock in his wake who looked like he was knee deep in treacle.
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