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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    Quote Originally Posted by STURTZ View Post
    Yeah, but Phillips goal was a breakaway from halfway with defenders chasing after him, whereas Boateng was running at a fully positioned defence.

    I was thinking that Boateng's run had similarities to the famous run when Rob Edwards ran the length of the pitch to pull the ball back for Harley in the semi final decider at Torquay,
    Or tah at wednesday.?

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    I think it was a better goal than both TAH and Sir Rob of Edwards. Reminiscent of both but the finish was unbelievable. Boateng had to get that inch perfect. Best solo goal I've ever seen maybe.

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    Quote Originally Posted by STURTZ View Post
    Yeah, but Phillips goal was a breakaway from halfway with defenders chasing after him, whereas Boateng was running at a fully positioned defence.

    I was thinking that Boateng's run had similarities to the famous run when Rob Edwards ran the length of the pitch to pull the ball back for Harley in the semi final decider at Torquay,
    There was also TAH’s goal end of season against Sheffield Wednesday although that lacked the long distance shot.

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    Quote Originally Posted by Moomin Grecian View Post
    If he fulfills his long-term potential he should become a championship standard player.
    He will. With us.

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    The other thing about Hiram's goal is at the very beginning of his run he is being held back by the Lincoln number 4 but presses on.

    If the roles had been reversed I would have bet on the Lincoln player (or indeed players of several teams we play against) falling to ground to win a free kick in his own half.

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    Robin Hood often took a bow.

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    Quote Originally Posted by LOG View Post
    Robin Hood often took a bow.
    Narrowly defined.

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    Quote Originally Posted by LOG View Post
    Robin Hood often took a bow.
    As did Yehudi Menuhin.

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    I thought that was how you tied your shoe laces.

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    Re: Hiram Boateng take a bow

    Quote Originally Posted by contrabombarde View Post
    I thought that was how you tied your shoe laces.
    If this thread ends in a tie it'll go to penalties.

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