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In the wake of Charlie Adams wonder goal it got me thinking to the best Blues goal I've ever seen 'live', got to be this (from 4:40 onward)


Chances are most people won't have seen it due to the unfashionable nature but it's my favourite goal of all time.


So what's the best goal you've seen live for your club? YouTube clips if poss :thumbs:
 

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My favourite goal was Kevin Kyle vs Crystal Palace. Was that shit it didn't even make it onto Youtube.

Otherwise my fav goal I saw live was Sylvan Ebanks Blake vs Charlton.
 

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Also Bobbin' you might remember this

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Think we still won though, love going Charlton away
 

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Sir George Boyd.


Laid off by Berahino, Boyd looks up, steadies himself before unleashing a tremendous half volley from the centre circle.

He was unplayable that night.
 

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Sir George Boyd.


Laid off by Berahino, Boyd looks up, steadies himself before unleashing a tremendous half volley from the centre circle.

He was unplayable that night.

But Forest wouldn't sign him because of his eyesight... :10:
 

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Also Bobbin' you might remember this

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Think we still won though, love going Charlton away

Indeed I do, Bailey scored some absolute belters for us in fairness and yeah, you still went on to win the game.
 

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Gary Alexander at Wembley against Scunthorpe must have run it close?

Alexander's was the bigger occasion, but Wrights probably the technically better goal. I went fairly mental for both.
 

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Joe Garner in the play offs last year, or Jon Macken against Man City back int day
 

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So many, it's hard to pick one. This has to be up there as one of my favourites, if only because it's Tettey:
 

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I remember losing 6-0 at home to Villa in our 11 point season and Petrov (Remember him?) scoring from the halfway line that game :lol:

In terms of my favourite goal, maybe not the best, (Although I haven't had much to celebrate with Derby anyway) it had to be our third against Brighton last season in the PO semi, everyone went mental and the resulting celebration is actually my avatar. Technical brilliance to keep the ball balenced like it was.

 

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Paul Wanchope on his debut v Man Utd

 

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I didn't support derby at the time to see those wonders :(
 

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Seol at Upton Park.

or


Lee Nogan at Wembley. This game still gives me the shivers.

or


Jimmy Quinn against Wolves in what was a real grudge match in the 90s (and ever since tbf..)

I can't make my mind up. I'm sure Dazza or Madejski will help me decide.
 

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Seol at Upton Park.

or


Lee Nogan at Wembley. This game still gives me the shivers.

or


Jimmy Quinn against Wolves in what was a real grudge match in the 90s (and ever since tbf..)

I can't make my mind up. I'm sure Dazza or Madejski will help me decide.

I would say Seol's goal at West Ham out of them three.Probably because my old man supports West Ham.Nicky Forster's goal at Sheffield United in 2003 when we won 2-1 has to be right up there as well as Leroy Lita's overhead kick at home to Crystal Palace in 2005.
 

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SEOL

That guy was shit hot, although he could never stay on his feet. Even our own fans booed him in his final few games for us due to the sheer number of times he would dive.
 

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Although I wasn't there to watch it live, so best goal live:

 

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Seol at Upton Park.

or


Lee Nogan at Wembley. This game still gives me the shivers.

or


Jimmy Quinn against Wolves in what was a real grudge match in the 90s (and ever since tbf..)

I can't make my mind up. I'm sure Dazza or Madejski will help me decide.

Probably Seol's absolute quality strike from long range. After we had thought we'd messed up the freekick too.

Other contenders for me are Glen Little vs Plymouth 05/06 and Garath McCleary last season.

Probably just me, but I prefer Quinn's goal against Bournemouth a few years earlier to that Wolves goal.

Also tough not to mention any of Sigurdsson's goals, he scored a few crackers.
 

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I can't find any of the few good Wolves goals I have seen.

I was at Old Trafford for this Cantona goal:

 

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