The big Auzzie was very good and for a long time. I notice you have not mentioned Jim Platt who I rated highly also along with Pears. For some reason I tend to regard Given and Randolph as cameo appearances which is not really fair
but who said life was fair - keep smiling
Some interesting replies on crowds returning. I have a record of 65 + years of attending Boro matches and I'm anxious to keep it up but have one or three health problems so I can take no risks with Covid. transmissions.
I'd love to go but it won't be until I've been vacced etc. If I can I'd love to go, even if its just the one game to keep up the record of at least one game in every season since 1953/4
TUESDAY 1ST DECEMBER
(A) Cardiff City v Huddersfield Town
(D) Birmingham City v Barnsley
(H) AFC Bournemouth v Preston North End
(A) Derby County v Coventry City
(D) Queens Park Rangers v Bristol City
(A) Rotherham United v Brentford
WEDNESDAY 2ND DECEMBER
(H) Blackburn Rovers v Millwall
(A) Luton Town v Norwich City
(H) Middlesbrough v Swansea City
(D) Nottingham Forest v Watford
(H) Sheffield Wednesday v Reading
(D) Wycombe Wanderers v Stoke City
I didn't know whether he was under your consideration that's all.
Schwarzer does knock Valdes out the park 😉
Valdes would struggle to get in my top 3. Schwarzer, Pears, Randolph, Crossley, Given all above him in my pecking order.