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To have that set of 6 from that season is a frigging top effort!!!!
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It's weird how we as a fanbase look down on 1991-92

In 116 years of CPFC it's literally our joint-2nd highest ever finish.

Fascinated me right from the Eagle Eye days as to which other fanbase would look down on their second best season
Was a bit weird, wasn't it? I went to every home game that season, and a few of the aways too, and don't really remember much about most of them if I'm honest. I think it was a bit of an "after the Lord Mayor's Show" type thing, having finished an unbelievable 3rd, winning at Wembley, and then having the European dream crushed.

And to lose our best ever player early in the season just added to that - IW leaving was one of those "I remember where I was" moments. I worked in the City, and would walk down Cornhill to Bank Station. Just as I turned left to go down Pope's Head Alley there was always a bloke selling the (not quite as bad at that time) Evening Standard. The back page showed "Graham Swoops" as the headline. I was absolutely gutted.

I've just looked up our results for that season. We all know how in 90-91 it wasn't until we beat the Wankers 3-0 in the last game of the season that we won a home Div.1 game by more than 1 goal. Well in 91-92 we didn't win ANY Div.1 game by more than 1 goal until we beat Everton 2-0 in April '92.
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My mate and I always refer to 1991/92 as the 'boring season'.
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Old 18-08-2021, 09:23 AM
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I've just looked up our results for that season. We all know how in 90-91 it wasn't until we beat the Wankers 3-0 in the last game of the season that we won a home Div.1 game by more than 1 goal. Well in 91-92 we didn't win ANY Div.1 game by more than 1 goal until we beat Everton 2-0 in April '92.
And yet in spite of that, it's still one of only two seasons in the top flight where we've won more than we lost.

I remember being quite chipper at the end of that season and thinking we'd be good once more in 1992-93. Hmmmm

From what I'm reading here, I suspect if we did a 1991-92 season thread, it wouldn't get much love or attention. Might be best to park that idea!

See you in two years for the 93-94 one!
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And yet in spite of that, it's still one of only two seasons in the top flight where we've won more than we lost.

I remember being quite chipper at the end of that season and thinking we'd be good once more in 1992-93. Hmmmm

From what I'm reading here, I suspect if we did a 1991-92 season thread, it wouldn't get much love or attention. Might be best to park that idea!

See you in two years for the 93-94 one!
Strange by the end of the season i was concerned. We needed a forward to replace Wright failed with Marco and tried David Whyte and Chris Coleman and it too had failed.
Looking back and now knowing the options which include Andy Cole Dion Dublin for instance. Coppell wanted to sign a player with top flight experience it had served us well to a point but now it was a mistake.
The rebuild was going to have to be brought forward the fall out from the race row and the loss of Ian was forcing it on us, yet we seemed to fiddle about whilst the flames burned away the heart of the side.
The season had its highs and lows but is not fondly remembered despite our position. Without realising it we were watching an end of the greatest era in our history to that point. The team of the 80s season we had hope of going higher ok it fell away as we know but the hope was there. As i said by the end of the season it was time for a rebuild. The Premier League was about to dawn football about to change. We fiddled refused the money for Geoff Thomas and did not buy the forward despite the Marco money until latter the next season. Where we signed the untested Chris Armstrong.
To sum up the wasted season that sealed the demise of the next. Despite fond memories Liverpool away as one example.
What might of been. Steve Coppell always a hero but this period is one where he made too many costly errors.


There is a palleral to this one era ending a new one being built. A young team coming together have we called it right this time unlike then.

Edit. I forgot at the start of the season i was head hunted by a guy who had gone to uni with Steve Coppell. I turned him down. Towards the end of the season he came back again and i decided the offer was to good. A gamble as it was i was safe secure where i was but not yet 40. I took it. It changed my life gave me the greatest experiences and countless issues. Would i make the same choice now knowing what i do. Certainly thougjh a few things i would do differently. Like Palace should of done there are times that are forced on you when you have to decide to stick or twist. We stuck it was sensible to a point but we lost what could have been.

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I will be starting a new game by game thread for the 91/92 season. Will be up in the next few days to coincide with the first game of the season away to Man City on August 24th.

Looking back through my match by match scrapbook, for some reason I never added reports for the last four games of the season. I must’ve lost the will by that point.
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I will be starting a new game by game thread for the 91/92 season. Will be up in the next few days to coincide with the first game of the season away to Man City on August 24th.

Looking back through my match by match scrapbook, for some reason I never added reports for the last four games of the season. I mustíve lost the will by that point.
I will read with interest and contribute where I can. Also happy to continue with the weekly top 10 movers and shakers, for my own amusement if probably no-one else's.
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It's weird how we as a fanbase look down on 1991-92

In 116 years of CPFC it's literally our joint-2nd highest ever finish.

Fascinated me right from the Eagle Eye days as to which other fanbase would look down on their second best season
It's about context. If we'd had that season immediately after promotion, we'd have been happy. But after finishing third, it was a massive disappointment, naturally. Coupled with SC's playing style, which was exposed badly following the departure of Wright. It was very dull.
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I will be starting a new game by game thread for the 91/92 season. Will be up in the next few days to coincide with the first game of the season away to Man City on August 24th.

Looking back through my match by match scrapbook, for some reason I never added reports for the last four games of the season. I mustíve lost the will by that point.
I remember the last three games of 91-92 very well so am already marking April and May on my calendar.



(Just checked what the 4th last game was in 1992 - 0-0 v Oldham. My God, of course you lost the will to carry on at that point!)
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I will read with interest and contribute where I can. Also happy to continue with the weekly top 10 movers and shakers, for my own amusement if probably no-one else's.
You know I love those Top 10 updates

As I sit here now, I realise that 1991-92 was the time I stopped listening to the charts every week (I had a part time job on Sundays), so rather than anticipating the songs you'll be mentioning I'm pretty clueless and look forward to some long forgotten tunes being brought back to mind.
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I will be starting a new game by game thread for the 91/92 season. Will be up in the next few days to coincide with the first game of the season away to Man City on August 24th.

Looking back through my match by match scrapbook, for some reason I never added reports for the last four games of the season. I mustíve lost the will by that point.
Didn't the season start late in those days?
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IIRC OUR season started late due to overrunning improvement works at Selhurst over the summer, which caused our opening home game to be postponed?

Seems the thread is getting going already!
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IIRC OUR season started late due to overrunning improvement works at Selhurst over the summer, which caused our opening home game to be postponed?

Seems the thread is getting going already!
Interesting - I have no memory of that! (I remember a few years later having to sit in the Whitehorse for the first game of the season because the new Holmesdale Stand wasn't open.)
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Interesting - I have no memory of that! (I remember a few years later having to sit in the Whitehorse for the first game of the season because the new Holmesdale Stand wasn't open.)
Yes I remember having to do that too. We played Barnsley I think (dif we win 4-2 or something like that?), David Hopkin made his debut.
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Yes I remember having to do that too. We played Barnsley I think (dif we win 4-2 or something like that?), David Hopkin made his debut.
Something like that - a cracking game on a very sunny day.
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IIRC OUR season started late due to overrunning improvement works at Selhurst over the summer, which caused our opening home game to be postponed?

Seems the thread is getting going already!
Trying to work out what the work was. It was not the Whitehorse Lane Stand seating opening as that came latter.
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