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one love 21:13 - May 10 with 1462 viewsSharkey

Reading an article singing the praises of Matt le Tissier as the greatest one-club player, I can only think of Gary Neville as a serious challenger for that crown. But who would Town's best contender be? I'm guessing one has to go back to the sixties or early seventies? (By one club, I mean one professional club, here or abroad.)
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one love on 21:28 - May 10 with 1416 viewsWD19

Micky Stockwell.


Albeit he played amateur football with Colchester after us. πŸ™‚
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one love on 21:34 - May 10 with 1411 viewsPJH

John Elsworthy played 435 games for us winning two third division (S) titles,one second division and THE title.Did not play for anyone else at pro level.

Tommy Parker 475 games.
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one love on 21:37 - May 10 with 1401 viewsPablokuqi

Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs.
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one love on 21:57 - May 10 with 1373 viewsWD19

one love on 21:37 - May 10 by Pablokuqi

Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs.


Tony Adams
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one love on 22:27 - May 10 with 1338 viewsSharkey

one love on 21:34 - May 10 by PJH

John Elsworthy played 435 games for us winning two third division (S) titles,one second division and THE title.Did not play for anyone else at pro level.

Tommy Parker 475 games.


NowTHAT is seriously impressive, by any standards.
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one love on 22:41 - May 10 with 1316 viewsTerry_Nutkins

Gerrard. I think a holiday to the states doesn't count.

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one love on 09:53 - May 11 with 1207 viewsGeoffSentence

Laurie Sivell maybe. His entire professional career was as a player for ITFC, though he did have a couple of loans, appearing twice for Lincoln City and once for the German Army.

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one love on 10:01 - May 11 with 1189 viewsC_HealyIsAPleasure

one love on 22:41 - May 10 by Terry_Nutkins

Gerrard. I think a holiday to the states doesn't count.


In that case Marcus Stewart. I think making a name for himself at 2 clubs prior to us and then having stints at various clubs after us doesn’t count

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one love on 10:04 - May 11 with 1177 viewsvapour_trail

Steve Bull must be up there.

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one love on 11:07 - May 11 with 1142 viewsjontysnut

one love on 22:41 - May 10 by Terry_Nutkins

Gerrard. I think a holiday to the states doesn't count.


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one love on 11:09 - May 11 with 1146 viewsPhilTWTD

one love on 21:28 - May 10 by WD19

Micky Stockwell.


Albeit he played amateur football with Colchester after us. πŸ™‚


And from a similar era Milts, additional points for his post-playing career at the club. Think it was 30 years in total.
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one love on 12:49 - May 11 with 1096 viewsgainsboroughblue

one love on 10:04 - May 11 by vapour_trail

Steve Bull must be up there.


He played a few games for WBA.

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one love on 13:43 - May 11 with 1052 viewsSwansea_Blue

I know they moved on, but Mills and Warky should be in the mix. Not only because of their time playing but also the long association since. It'd be very hard to argue that either don't bleed blue and white.

Or you could adhere strictly to the 1 club rule, and throw in Gerard Nash as a wildcard in recent(ish) times.

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one love on 14:31 - May 11 with 1017 viewsSharkey

one love on 13:43 - May 11 by Swansea_Blue

I know they moved on, but Mills and Warky should be in the mix. Not only because of their time playing but also the long association since. It'd be very hard to argue that either don't bleed blue and white.

Or you could adhere strictly to the 1 club rule, and throw in Gerard Nash as a wildcard in recent(ish) times.


Mills's hundred+ games for Southampton would be enough to make him a club legend these days.
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one love on 15:06 - May 11 with 999 viewsLibero

one love on 13:43 - May 11 by Swansea_Blue

I know they moved on, but Mills and Warky should be in the mix. Not only because of their time playing but also the long association since. It'd be very hard to argue that either don't bleed blue and white.

Or you could adhere strictly to the 1 club rule, and throw in Gerard Nash as a wildcard in recent(ish) times.


I believe Nash went out on loan to Southend?
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one love on 16:19 - May 11 with 965 viewsCoastalblue

one love on 15:06 - May 11 by Libero

I believe Nash went out on loan to Southend?


Not for us I know, but Trevor Brooking never played for anybody bar the Hammers did he?

Wouldn't it be great if one day we were talking about the likes of Downes like this, never going to happen for us these days.

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one love on 16:24 - May 11 with 956 viewsfooters

one love on 16:19 - May 11 by Coastalblue

Not for us I know, but Trevor Brooking never played for anybody bar the Hammers did he?

Wouldn't it be great if one day we were talking about the likes of Downes like this, never going to happen for us these days.


Ahhh, Lukey Hyam. The one that never was.

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one love on 16:48 - May 11 with 933 viewsRadlett_blue

one love on 21:28 - May 10 by WD19

Micky Stockwell.


Albeit he played amateur football with Colchester after us. πŸ™‚


It's super impressive that Stockwell was pretty much ever present in his 3 years at Colchester, despite being 35 years old when he joined them. Thank god he didn't sign for the Budgies, who initially wanted him but dithered, or a legend would have been sadly tarnished.
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one love on 20:17 - May 11 with 889 viewsTrequartista

Paolo Maldini 15 years at Milan.

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one love on 13:47 - May 12 with 797 viewsLibero

one love on 20:17 - May 11 by Trequartista

Paolo Maldini 15 years at Milan.


You've under cooked that one a bit!

1978 - 2009, I make that 31 years service, man and boy.
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