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    Eddie May look back "USA USA"

    Certainly became a terrace cult player despite his lack of success. Own up who had one the t-shirts I saw Eddie Score We take a look back at Johnson here >

    https://t.co/2MILDHk7sq

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    Eddie J instead on Eddie May

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    Re: Eddie May look back "USA USA"

    Quote Originally Posted by The Bob Banker Spanker View Post
    Eddie J instead on Eddie May
    Lol realised that as soon as i posted couldnt see a edit or delete button. Thankfully the article is not about Eddie May. Mind you what a story that would be

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    Eddie May's Barmy Army

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    Mind you mentioning Eddie May what a legend he was. Always remember him walking on the pitch away at Wrexham when we took thousands there and beat them with Blake scoring. Punching the air, saluting the city fans he really was remarkable

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    Re: Eddie May look back "USA USA"

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    Eddie May's Barmy Army
    still to this day my favourite City manager

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    Re: Eddie May look back "USA USA"

    Quote Originally Posted by I.8.POLITICAL.CORRECTNESS View Post
    still to this day my favourite City manager
    And my favourite terrace chant

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    Re: Eddie May look back "USA USA"

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    And my favourite terrace chant
    "EDDIE MAYS.............................................. ....

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    Legend

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    Re: Eddie May look back "USA USA"

    Supporters were ecstatic when Eddie J joined?

    Really?

    Must admit I wasn't particularly ecstatic about us getting a striker on loan who had never scored in Britain. His final British record of 65 games, 2 goals is a tad pathetic.

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    Re: Eddie May look back "USA USA"

    Quote Originally Posted by I.8.POLITICAL.CORRECTNESS View Post
    still to this day my favourite City manager
    Indeed

    A true gent aswell, always willing to chat about football

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    on the subject of Eddie Johnson though, how the hell can a player go from a " decent player " in one league ( the MLS ), lets face it, he was a high scoring player, to looking like he had never played the game before, we know back then the MLS wasnt the best league in the world, but Eddie really did look well out of his depth, was it a " confidence " thing ? ? ? when he returned to the MLS has had another good season

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    I was there to see Eddie's second goal. His first was at home to Doncaster if I remember correctly, and I was gonna go but for whatever reason didn't get around it.
    Wasn't his second goal at the last night match at NP? I remember everyone going nuts for that one.

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    MLS defending is shocking.

    Look at it now - Bradley Wright-Phillips scores for fun. Bradley Wright-Phillips.

    Johnson's stats show he wasn't good enough - score for fun in MLS, in Britain, 2 goals in 65 games.

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    Cant disagree with that certainly shows how poor the MLS was at the time. Compared to the Premiership and Championship. He certainly found the net when he returned to the MLS.

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