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Tim Vine

A memorable hat-trick!

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Ian McMillan

Barnsley: Ian McMillan

Promotion to the Premier League!

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Mark Saggers

Sunderland: Mark Saggers

Watching my heroes at Roker Park, a trip to Wembley in 1973 & meeting Jim Montgomery

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Andy Jacobs

West Ham United: Andy Jacobs

talkSPORT presenter Andy Jacobs has shared a favourite sporting memory to help tackle dementia, depression and loneliness. Listen in then add your memories!

 

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Paul Hawksbee

Tottenham Hotspur: Paul Hawksbee

Why did Paul once own an Arsenal shirt and how did he become a lifelong Spurs fan?

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Manchester United: Terry Christian

13th August 1969. My first ever United game

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Manchester United: Terry Christian

I was a secret 6 year old City fan!

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Chelsea: Jeremy Vine

Chelsea comeback from 2-0 down.

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Manchester United: Eric Idle

A Python and a Goodie at two memorable Wembley finals!

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A sculpture of a cracket - used by Miners down the pit, the wooden stools  also made their way into houses

Gateshead: Brian Johnson

The AC/DC frontman shares memories of growing up in Dunston and walking with his Dad to see Gateshead FC

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Tottenham Hotspur: Norman Jay MBE

You never forget your first match.

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Liverpool: Peter Hooton

A Xmas number one for the Justice campaign.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers: Suzi Perry

Thankfully I’ve been able to cheer a bit more this season

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Bristol City: Sarah Jane Honeywell

A run half the length of the pitch with the Saints goalkeeper trailing behind

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Celtic: Richard Jobson

An evening of thuggery at Parkhead from the Spanish champions

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David Baddiel

England make the quarter finals

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Leyton Orient: Julian Lloyd Webber

An FA Cup shock at Stamford Bridge

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Liverpool: James Walsh

Stood on The Kop watching a wonder kid announce his arrival

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Cliftonville F.C.: David Holmes

In my youth, and I mean youth ( 12/ 13) I used to tell my mum that I was going to the swimmers on a Saturday afternoon when I'm fact I was going to see Cliftonville FC.

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Tottenham Hotspur: Tracie Young

A Woody goal causes consternation for Woody!

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Newcastle United: Jake Burns

Beating Man United 5-0 and finding a tenner, does it get any better?

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SPIZZENERGI at Wembley 13 Years ago April 11th 2000

Aston Villa: Spizz Energi

Spizz play Wembley and come home with the match ball

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QPR: Jeff Stevenson

All the characters at the ground made Loftus Road a special place to watch football.

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Brentford: Rick Wakeman

How to clear a pitch in seconds!

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Rudi supporting The Jam

Brian Young

George Best v Marc Bolan

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Leeds United: Daniel Stewart

A 100 yard detour to mmake a tackle!

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Tottenham Hotspur: Steve Norman

Gazza, Di Canio, Paul Young and 40,000 Italian Spandau Ballet Fans!

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Carl Donnelly

A moment of magic in south Yorkshire

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Milton Jones

Who knew making animal noises could lead to a booking?

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Liverpool: Dave McCabe

Its The Little Things We Do that cause an uncomfortable moment at Anfield

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Tottenham Hotspur: Jah Wobble

A moment of magic from an otherwise meaningless game

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Tottenham Hotspur: Chas Hodges

Players catching public transport to the match

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Manchester United: Ross Millward

Manchester United end a 9 year wait

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Shrewsbury Town: Chris Hawkins

Fond memories of an old stadium

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Everton: Damon Minchella

Merseyside unites at Wembley

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Manchester City: Omid Djalili

Interesting motivational methods

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England: Jason Perry

A recording studio in Brussels and a big England win

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Tottenham Hotspur: Gideon Coe

A Wembley victory over the nearest rivals

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Manchester United: Michael Sheen

Hearing the roar of 70,000 people and leading out my team that included Zidane, Figo, Giggs.....

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Manchester City: Johnny Marr

The title is decided in the 94th minute of the final game!

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Birmingham City: Chris Skudder

A teenage prodigy announces his arrival

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Leeds United: Nick Hodgson

10 man Leeds secure promotion

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Blackpool: John Robb

The Goldblade frontman, still fighting the punk rock war can also be found following the tangerine dream....

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Hibernian: Arthur Montford

STV's commentary legend remembers George Best not just for his jinking genius, but for his politeness and a passion for Hibs

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Scotland: Jon Fratelli

Who needs Maradona when you have King Kenny? Jon Fratelli recalls marvelling at "the greatest player our country has ever produced" on the night Kenny Dalglish won 100 Scotland caps

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Celtic: Stuart Braithwaite, Mogwai

The return of the King of Kings. Stuart Braithwaite is among the Celtic supporters welcoming back Henrik Larsson in his first match following a horrific leg break in 1999

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Liverpool: Kenny Logan

Kenny Logan may have a lifelong love affair with Rangers, but not even celebrating an Ally McCoist sclaff could trump an unforgettable night at the 2005 Champions League final in Istanbul

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Scotland: Dougie Donnelly

Dougie Donnelly has seen and done it all - Opens, Grand Slams - but Scotland v France at World Cup 1998 proved the most emotional and uplifting experience of his career

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Rangers: Graeme Dott

Four goals and three red cards and, later, a court case. In 1987, a young Graeme Dott sat by his radio and marvelled at one of the most notorious Old Firm games of all time

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Rangers' Treble-winning heroes of 1964 © The Herald

Rangers: Andy Cameron

Andy Cameron remembers Rangers' win in the the 1964 Scottish Cup final like it only happened yesterday - but it was one of their scorers, Jimmy Millar, who inspired a lifetime of hero worship

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Better than Elvis: Andy Walker © The Herald

Celtic: James Allan, Glasvegas

Celtic's 87-88 double-winning side were a bigger influence on Glasvegas frontman James Allan than any musician, but it was striker Andy 'Elvis' Walker who really stole his heart

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Noel Gallagher was mindblown by the 6-2 game

Celtic: Noel Gallagher

250,000 fans at Knebworth? Pah. 60,000 fans at Celtic Park singing Roll With It was the "greatest thing" the former Oasis songwriter has ever seen

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Celtic: Eddi Reader

A young Eddie Reader finds herself entranced by the genius of Jimmy Johnstone and repelled by the violence of Atletico Madrid

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When Billy met Bobby (copyright: The Herald)

Celtic: Jim Kerr

Best, Charlton, Law. Who? Jim Kerr recalls Jock Stein's giants tearing a star-studded Manchester United side to shreds in 1966

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Hibernian: Dougray Scott

Dougray Scott tries to explain to Tom Cruise who Alex McLeish is, before guiding the former Hibs manager through his acting debut

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Buff Hardie, Scotland the What?

Nine-nil behind with seconds remaining, the only thing on Hilton Primary School's goalkeeper was to avoid a double-figure scoreline. One final save should do it...

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Hearts: Alex Salmond

'Trust me, son,' said Alex Salmond's father as he held his lad aloft to see Hearts win the 1962 League Cup final, 'there will be many more days like this'. The two of them waited 36 years to see Hearts win another trophy, and another encounter with a Tynecastle hero

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John Collins strikes the penalty Amy's sister couldn't bear to watch

Scotland: Amy Macdonald

This is the life - watching Scotland in the opening match of a World Cup against Brazil. What could possibly go wrong for Amy Macdonald?

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Lorraine finally gets to see Dundee United win a cup final.

Dundee United: Lorraine Kelly

The queen of daytime telly falls in love with Dundee United on a first date at Tannadice and lays claim to the most biased piece of football journalism ever broadcast

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