Can you imagine players playing on this today?
Ah yes the Oldham pitch. The early artificial pitches weren't great. I seem to remember Frankie Bunn once scored 6 for them on it. Some pressure on that last minute penalty! I remember us playing against Neil Redfearn a few times in the nineties, if memory serves he went to Barnsley after this and us and Barnsley were in the championship together for ever it seemed like. He was one of those real good solid pro sort of players.
hahahaa. yeah.Ι really miss those 90's set piece-specialists and technical players at general. They maybe were not as pacey as todays players, but was something very classy.
I miss those slower, higher technical players who didn't seem to have much pace but used their intelligence and skills to make it happen. Something very special about using your brain instead of physicality to set up plays.I remember a Polish player we had, Leszek Pisz. He was also a slow AMF.
Sometimes those Millos photos give me some Kavala vibes, despite Millos is a powerhouse, and AOK is struggling most of its history Maybe its the blue/white colours, not sure. This photo reminds me some retro photo, i couldn't tell which team is which, without description.View attachment 236144
A team of legends. Millonarios 1978 Colombian Champions (our 11th title!) Even though I hadn't been born yet, this team (featuring Colombian ídolo Willington Ortiz, second from left bottom row, he's still with us!), Alejandro Brand, Turco Amado, and Luis Gerónimo Lopez means a lot to me, like a true legend I wish I'd seen! Winning 3-1 vs our derby rivals Santa Fé, I wish there were videos of this championship, but finding Colombian League clips from the 70's is like finding a needle in a haystack.. To me, this is like a epic team of mythical proportions which I was never able to see, but is imprinted in my subconscious somehow!
Haha man, I might put this in my signature someday!Millos is a powerhouse