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Legend Muhren on Life's a Pitch
Friday, 30th Nov 2012 14:57

BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch is live over Saturday lunchtime (midday to 2pm) with presenter Mark Murphy joined by the show’s regulars, Blues legend Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham, who will be at Bolton ahead of the game. Also on the show is another Town legend, Dutch midfielder Arnold Muhren.

Can Town continue where they left off against Forest? Will it end 5-3 with the Blues being awarded three penalties and Bolton having two men sent off?

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Seasider added 15:14 - Nov 30
Will be interested to see what Arnold is doing now,was coaching at Ajax a few years ago

bluelad7 added 15:58 - Nov 30



JWM added 17:14 - Nov 30
I hate to think how much he would be worth in today's transfer prices!

bluemingood added 17:18 - Nov 30
Once he got going and in particular when franz arrived, he was world class. I am so,so lucky to have witnessed most of his games (in those days I went home and away). How I hope we find another Arnie and Franz for the sake of this generation of fans.

beerhelps added 18:01 - Nov 30
Has any player had a bigger influence on our club? Bobby changed our whole style to suit Arnie, and quite right too!

What a player.

bluemingood added 18:21 - Nov 30
Yes he did beerhelps. Was brilliant to witness.

michaeldownunder added 19:14 - Nov 30
I can remember his first game v Liverpool at home? The ball was flying over his head all the time, I shouted at him for F##Ks sake do some thing (how thick was I). If you think back now, all the lucky people who saw him and Franz play how great they were. The TV pundits talk about top foreign players to play in England, I my mind he was one of the best ever.

Vizslaraner added 19:22 - Nov 30
Blueongo yr so right! I was so privileged to watch the Bobby era and this man was a class above along with Frans! I feel for my sons as they hve never witnessed anything like it although they hve seen the DVDs! Think they get fed up with me banging on about how fantastic we were back then

bluemingood added 19:28 - Nov 30
Snap...with my children VIZ.

bluemingood added 19:33 - Nov 30
Aussiemick. Im not ignoring you. Its obvious from your post that you fully understand the ability of the Dutchman with the best footy peripheral vision I have ever seen.

chippyblue added 20:44 - Nov 30
Would love to have him in the team now " one of the best to wear the town shirt !! And phil love this show always make me smile ""

bluemingood added 21:41 - Nov 30
Chippy. He would be crap now. Times move on. Skills move on. coaches get better, managers getter wiser. etc.

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