Todays topic is your favourite ever town games. Watching them on T.V doesn't count!
Wembley play-off final - To finally see Town at Wembley and win it, in what was the last season before Wembley was knocked down. Was just a dream come true.
Play-off semi vs Bolton - As i've said on a previous thread the atmosphere along with the high drama was like nothing else i've ever seen at Portman Road.
5-1 vs Norwich - The way we slaughtered them that day will live long in the memory.
2-1 vs Norwich 1996 - Just purely for the miss-kick and the pitch invasion. Remember it being a cracking atmosphere throughout.
2-1 vs Sheff Wed 1985 - This was my first ever game as a 5 year old. Got my Dad to finally take me and that was it from then i knew i was a town fan. I did like Liverpool before he took me just because i was a fickle 5 year old. That day changed me for good.
Todays top five is favourite town players. Only rule is that you must of seen them playing. (T.V doesn't count.) In no particular order. Mauricio Tarrico Jason Dozzell Matt Holland John Wark Marcus Stewart
The top five for today is favourite football stadia. The only rule is Portman Road is not allowed. In no particular order.
La Bombonera - Boca Juniors. Never experienced an atmosphere like this place.
Amsterdam Arena - Ajax/Holland
New White Hart Lane - Absolute gem of a stadium. Spurs have changed the blueprint of how a modern stadium should be.
Loftus Road - QPR. This place to me represents old school stadiums. Always a cracking atmosphere when we play there. I also love the fact you almost feel like you're on the pitch and it's in the middle of a dodgy estate. It's everything an old stadium should be.
Todays top five is music albums. In no particular order. (What's the story) Morning glory- Oasis London Calling- The Clash Straight Outta Compton- N.W.A Music for the Jilted Generation- Prodigy Original Pirate Material- The Streets
Any Netflix recommendations would be greatly appreciated for the long days ahead. I'm talking out of the box. The type of documentaries and films that you have to dig deep for. Found a few decent ones myself lately but any suggestions are appreciated.
Just sat here thinking about the places i wanted to go this year and probably can't now.
It got me thinking about if i could choose one place in Europe to live where would it be and why?
I would have to go for San Sebastion. It has everything i want in one place. Two beaches in sweeping bays, surrounded by green moutains to the south. The food is amazing and the city big enough to have a buzz but small enough to not annoy me. Instantly fell in love with place the first time i ever see it.