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Darren Currie 10:17 - Nov 13 with 875 viewsWickets

Hot tip to be Wigan's new manager i see .Best of luck to him if he does indeed get the job .
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Darren Currie on 10:18 - Nov 13 with 876 viewsDyland

I love Darren Currie. A player even I could beat in a race, but with sublime skills way above our level.

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Darren Currie on 10:38 - Nov 13 with 843 viewshomer_123

Darren Currie on 10:18 - Nov 13 by Dyland

I love Darren Currie. A player even I could beat in a race, but with sublime skills way above our level.



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Darren Currie on 10:43 - Nov 13 with 815 viewssolemio

Darren Currie on 10:18 - Nov 13 by Dyland

I love Darren Currie. A player even I could beat in a race, but with sublime skills way above our level.


Agreed, although it could be argued that he was a poor man's Bobby Petta.
Naturally I wouldn't wish to be associated with such an unworthy thought!
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Darren Currie on 10:47 - Nov 13 with 803 viewsmonty_radio

Darren Currie on 10:38 - Nov 13 by homer_123



So many players selling themselves in that clip! And the final freekick placed so well that the defender is covering it on the line, and still can't get near heading it away.

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Darren Currie on 10:49 - Nov 13 with 798 viewsVaughan8

I did like him and could certainly take a set piece.

However, his miss against Leeds away still haunts me haha
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Darren Currie on 10:52 - Nov 13 with 783 viewsFixed_It

Darren Currie on 10:49 - Nov 13 by Vaughan8

I did like him and could certainly take a set piece.

However, his miss against Leeds away still haunts me haha


That miss!!!


And the rest, as they say, is history...

The glass is half full!!!
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Darren Currie on 11:31 - Nov 13 with 729 viewsThe_Romford_Blue

Darren Currie on 10:18 - Nov 13 by Dyland

I love Darren Currie. A player even I could beat in a race, but with sublime skills way above our level.


Definitely spoke about this before on here but he was assistant manager at Dagenham when I was doing my work experience there many years ago (7ish years i’d imagine). Anyway he heard I was an ipswich fan and between him and the clubs secretary, sorted me a signed memorial shirt they had for the FA cup tie against Ipswich back in 2002. Signed by both sets of players. Was given to me on my last day there. Lovely gesture. Always felt it was Darren Currie who’d started the ball rolling with that but never got to find out. Was about 15 at the time.

I always keep an eye out for who he’s managing since then. A good bloke on and off the pitch. Thought it was worth sharing.

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Darren Currie on 11:34 - Nov 13 with 713 viewsWickets

Darren Currie on 10:49 - Nov 13 by Vaughan8

I did like him and could certainly take a set piece.

However, his miss against Leeds away still haunts me haha


Bet it haunts him too .
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Darren Currie on 11:50 - Nov 13 with 690 viewsclive_baker

He was a very good player. Great control and technique, if he was a yard faster he would've gone even further.

I played against him when he was at Hendon towards the end of his career. TBH I didn't know he was there until we got out to warm up. He was still good then and he must've been 36 / 37. Not like he ever relied on pace though, to be fair.

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Darren Currie on 17:14 - Nov 14 with 430 viewsBlueyandCrazy

Darren Currie on 10:43 - Nov 13 by solemio

Agreed, although it could be argued that he was a poor man's Bobby Petta.
Naturally I wouldn't wish to be associated with such an unworthy thought!


Not sure that’s a fair comparison.
With an ounce of pace Darren Currie would have played at the top level - had everything except that

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Darren Currie on 17:19 - Nov 14 with 417 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Remember him for kissing his boots before the start of every match. I think he said that the day he couldn't do it he would know it was time to retire. I do think many players would benefit from doing more work on their suppleness.

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Darren Currie on 17:36 - Nov 14 with 385 viewsCoastalblue

I used to love watching him, superb ball skills, great dead ball delivery, and then you'd see him absolutely busting a gut down the touchline, and a sub jogging past him warming up on the other side of the line.

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