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Timmy Breacker 11:30 Wed Mar 13
Favourite own goals
Steve Staunton against us in the littlewoods cup
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VQaXKaXAEtA

Gordon Strachan's solo effort in the charity shield about 5 mins into this clip
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=trE0zIt4Y10


Lee Dixon's spectacular 30 harder
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MpSo1aciPqU


What are your favourites?

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Sniper 2:45 Fri Mar 15
Re: Favourite own goals
This bad boy

https://youtu.be/MpvYxjCJmVo

Sorry for the music, fuck knows what it is

Sniper 2:37 Fri Mar 15
Re: Favourite own goals
That Man City player who did a Gazza
Against Scotland at euro 96 to relegate them to the third tier

normannomates 2:20 Fri Mar 15
Re: Favourite own goals
Dowies header was fuckin class

Rio or Anton or Les 11:52 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Keith Weller a real treat from the 70s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1taos55qWBY

gph 11:46 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Dowie - proof that football isn't rocket science - it's much harder than that

eusebiovic 11:06 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
icwhs 10:31 Thu Mar 14

Fucking Dowie - technically one of the worst footballers I've ever seen...

Looks like Sloth from The Goonies

And before anybody reminds me - yes, I do know that he worked for British Aerospace in Hendon and is supposed to have a high IQ...by footballer standards anyway

icwhs 10:31 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Iain Dowie Stockport v West Ham, 1996

What a cunt

https://youtu.be/Im_sME-zlQA

zico 5:35 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
John Walters of Stoke in a heavy defeat against Chelsea. Two own goals and one missed penalty. That's one bad day in footballing terms. The first OG was a cracker of a diving header.

SDKFZ 222 3:01 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
One of my all time favourites was when Mike Doyle dive headed Paddon’s cross (Paddon had just been swapped for McDougall and was making his debut) into his own net, I was in the South Bank right behind the goal that day:

https://youtu.be/Q7AZxArD-Xo

Mike the Hammer 2:07 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Steve Bould scored a beauty for us.
Steve Walford with a pass back from the halfway line against Southampton, McAlister managed to keep it from going out for a corner, but only for it to end up rolling across the goal line, and the ref gave it as a goal.

Eggbert Nobacon 2:01 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
my mate scored a 30 yarder playing for Grimsby against Readin

gph 11:41 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Over about fifty years of playing at very low level, I've scored two.

My favorite was the one the keeper apologised for, as he really shouldn't have let such a soft back pass through. In the days when they could pick up back passes as well.

My least favourite was all my own work.

Fifth Column 11:22 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Us at Filbert Street during McAvennies second stint. Punt upfield, Leicester centre half running towards own keeper with ball under control, Frank a good 10 yards behind so not really any pressure, Leicester defender lobs own keeper from 35 yards out with attempted back pass.

Coffee 10:28 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Big Bob Hazel for QPR against us many years ago.

Corner to us. Hazel, a defender, rises high and wallops the best header you've ever seen into the back of his own net. Would have done the finest striker proud. The look of dejection on his face added to the goal's overall appeal.

wansteadman 9:13 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Not an own goal but my company had season tickets in the directors box over arsenal. My brother in law was an arsenal season ticket holder and I took him over there for willie Young’s debut v West Brom.
He got the ball by the corner flag and Jennings came to the edge of the box and instead of rolling it to him tried to chip it into his arms, cleared him by 20 feet and a bemused cyrille Regis rolled it into the net. Complete silence apart from myself who was still laughing on the train home

cholo 9:12 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Does anyone remember Steve Gatting for Brighton? At the Boleyn, lobbed his own keeper (John Keeley?) from about 25 yards, hit the underside of the bar then over the line, Jimmy the tree Quinn follwed up and put it in the net and may even have got given the goal but it was definetly Gatting's.

Tomshardware 9:01 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Pollock scored a sublime og for Man City.

Oh dear 8:58 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
Grant McCann against Blackburn.

Proper sunday morning stuff.

wanstead_hammer 8:47 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
The March being called off before Burnley.

cholo 8:39 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
The Steve Staunton one was almost surreal, time stood still as it bounced out of Mike Hooper's reach, I was in the south bank and in a bit of a daze the entire match.

lowlife 8:10 Thu Mar 14
Re: Favourite own goals
This one;

https://youtu.be/INTrT9XyxLo

Bloke kicks ball into own face, breaks nose and scores own goal.

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