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Old 26-08-2020, 02:41 AM
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25th August 1990

Historical Events
Li Hui Rong of China sets triple jump woman's record (47'8½")
UN security council authorizes military action against Iraq

Famous Deaths
Morley Callaghan, Canadian writer (b. 1903)

Top 5 songs in the UK

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DNA featuring Suzanne Vega: Tom's Diner
Bombalurina: Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini
Blue Pearl: Naked In The Rain
MC Hammer: U Can't Touch This
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Great idea for a thread.

My ST was in block V of the AW, about row 18 so halfway up the lower part, and roughly in line with the edge of the centre circle. High enough to get a great view unobstructed by the TV gantry / low enough to still get wet when the wind blew the rain under the roof.

Nice new home kit, with the all red or all blue away kits, with good new "straight into the first team" signings in EY and JH. With our best ever GK (in my opinion) at one end, and our best ever striker at the other, and great players in between, there was a great post-Cup Final optimism around, and it was a wonderful time to be a Palace fan.

I wasn't at the Luton game, didn't even try to go as would have just assumed I wouldn't get in. From memory, didn't they still have a plastic pitch back then?
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Yes, surprised no one's mentioned it yet. The plastic pitch was still there which always made it difficult for away sides. The pitch never ran predictably and the ball bounced higher than it would on grass, which made for a scrappy match.

How teams were still allowed to play on that surface was a joke, when it was blatantly obvious it gave the home side a huge advantage. Nigh on every club that put artificial turf in in the 80's saw a massive upsurge in their form. For those too young to remember, these surfaces were nothing like the 4G types we see today. The ball would bounce ridiculously high and players would literally come off with third degree burns from sliding on the surface.
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Where was Brighty for that game?
Bright missed the first couple of games of the season through injury. Not actually sure what the injury was but he returned to the squad for the third game of the season against Sheffield Utd.

In typical Coppell style, he didn't automatically walk back in the team and replace Gary Thompson, but had to sit it out on the bench for a bit. In fact, he didn't make his first start until seven games in in the 8-0 demolition of Southend in the cup.
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As it is the first game of the season, I'll list the incoming and outgoings that summer and the squad we started with.


SIGNINGS

ERIC YOUNG from Wimbledon. £850,000
JOHN HUMPHREY from Charlton. £450,000
GLYN HODGES from Watford. £410,000


SOLD

JOHN PEMBERTON to Sheffield Utd £300,000
DAVE MADDEN to Maidstone Utd. Free
DAVID BURKE to Bolton W. £60,000
CHRIS POWELL to Southend. Free




CRYSTAL PALACE FIRST TEAM SQUAD 1990/91

Nigel Martyn
Perry Suckling

Richard Shaw
Mark Dennis
John Humphrey
Jeff Hopkins
Gary O'Reilly
Andy Thorn
Eric Young

Andy Gray
Glyn Hodges
Eddie McGoldrick
Alan Pardew
Geoff Thomas
Rudi Hedman
Phil Barber
John Salako
Alex Dyer

Mark Bright
Ian Wright
Gary Thompson

Manager: Steve Coppell
Asst: Ian Branfoot
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25th August 1990

Historical Events
Li Hui Rong of China sets triple jump woman's record (47'8½")
UN security council authorizes military action against Iraq

Famous Deaths
Morley Callaghan, Canadian writer (b. 1903)

Top 5 songs in the UK

Partners In Kryme: Turtle Power
DNA featuring Suzanne Vega: Tom's Diner
Bombalurina: Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini
Blue Pearl: Naked In The Rain
MC Hammer: U Can't Touch This
That will hardly go down as a classic top five will it. A couple of out and out novelty songs, one that may as well have been (MC Hammer with his trademark ultra-baggy trousers) and in Blue Pearl a song which will only ever get played on Absolute Radio 90s. The only track with any real credibility is the DNA one.

Funnily enough my first boss at work used to whistle the 'do do do do, do-do do do' sample from that incessantly. He went off one weekend to do a parachute jump, broke his leg and never came back, it was the last we ever saw of him.
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Unrelated, but am I right in thinking Preston also had a plastic pitch? Didn't players also wear tracksuit bottoms as the bastard pitch would strip your legs of skin?


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Four English clubs: QPR, Preston, Luton and Oldham installed the astro turf, and coincidentally, overnight, they all saw a dramatic turn and rise in form.

QPR were first to go plastic, in the 81/82 season when they were in the 2nd Division. By the end of 87/88, when football legislation ruled against top flight clubs having it; QPR had won promotion to Div 1 within 2 seasons - where they remained; reached 2 Cup Finals and qualified for Europe!

Luton had there pitch installed in 85/86. Got to the FA Cup semi final that season - being drawn at home every round; finished the first few years exclusively in the top half of Division 1 and winning the League Cup in the process. They were finally relegated in 91/92: the season after their artificial turf had to go.

Oldham had theirs between 86-91 and coincided with a massive turn in fortunes. A mediocre 2nd division side at the time, they finished 3rd in their first season with it - missing out on promotion in the play offs but finally won promotion in '91. Also reached the League Cup Final and FA Cup semi final.

Preston had theirs installed in 1986 when in Division 4 and were probably least successful. However, they still won promotion in their first season on plastic, and reached the 3rd division play offs two years later.
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Luton away
Debut goal for Young 15 mins into his debut, flicking home a Hodges free kick. Vaguely remember Luton equalising a couple of minutes before the break Iain Dowie coming in at the back post. Luton were the better team but after being defensively weak for much of 89/90 you could see the presence Young/Humphrey made to the back line.
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Tuesday August 28th 1990 - Chelsea Home

No 1 - Bombalurin "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" (incredibly annoying song fronted by Timmy Mallet)


Three days later we entertained Chelsea on a Tuesday night at a packed Selhurst (for those of you at the game, away fans always seemed to filter into the home terracing) Think we averaged about 16,000 that season but there must have been 25k+ at the game.

We went one up early on when David Lee handled in his box, and Gray rifled the resulting penalty past Dave "Salad Cream" Beasant in front of the Holmesdale terrace.
Gray clashed with Wise 10 mins later on the touch line close to the AW and both were players were sent off. From memory Gray went in with his studs showing and Wise reacted and there was a coming together. This may (or may not) have been Wise's debut for Chelsea after a big summer move from Wimbledon. Shortly after Gray departed Le Saux and Wilson were trying to antagonise Thomas shortly and Thorn cleaned one of them out with a tackle.
We were such a powerful unit, direct and moved the ball well and you could see Salako was growing into a real talent. The second goal is up there with one of the best goals I've seen at Selhurst. Humphrey won the ball close to the touch line and played a ball up top, Wrights first touch was majestic as it pushed him away from Erland Johnsen then he cut outside opening up space away from the defender and with Beasant coming off his line his chipped it over the stranded keeper, truly a beautiful individual goal. Chelsea got a late reply from Dorigo (decent effort) but we looked really comfortable and physically bullied Chelsea whilst playing some good stuff.




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Skip at home to Chelsea (I purchased a load of official press photos from 90/91 many years ago, so i'll try and dig them out)



Skip (either Coventry at home/Liverpool at home)


Skip at home to Wimbledon

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That Ian Wright goal was something else I recall. As chips go, It was pure textbook stuff and Beasant was no midget either.
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That Ian Wright goal was something else I recall. As chips go, It was pure textbook stuff and Beasant was no midget either.
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It was such a good goal that some fans went on the pitch if I remember correctly.
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Just before Wright scored look out for the absolutely wild lash of a non-connecting reckless tackle by Le Saux. I think a player might get booked for intent or dangerous play in today's game.

The Wise Gray sending off. Is that where Gray went looking for him after the red cards, and Wise ran away like a little clucking chicken.
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My memory of it was that Wise was giving it the biggun, thinking that he'd be safe and when Gray fronted up to him scuttled off towards (what he thought was) the safety of the tunnel. Unfortunately for him, he'd forgotten that we'd moved the tunnel to the corner, and so while he walked along the touchline from the bench, Gray took the direct route to the corner, gesticulating at Wise, and beckoning him towards him the whole way.
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