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Discussion in 'Chicago Fire' started by Fanaddict, Oct 27, 2003.
Has the statute of limitations run out re:Granitza?
Glad to see it.
Yes, Karl-Heinz has been back to the States in the last few years.
It's About Time!
The greatest Chicago soccer player in history is finally getting his dues.
Congrats old thunderfoot!
One of the few names I can remember while I was a youngin' growing up:
For whatever reason him and Willy Roy are the only two names that have stuck in my head.
Jorgen (Kristensen) is God!
Get it up Dick! (Advocaat... yes the Dutch Nats coach)
Don't say the baby's name Vic(tor Noguiera)
Gordon Hill (who played for ManU)
Phil Parkes (England keeper)
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It says here:
Twellman,Mike Chi 83
Twellman,Tim Chi 82-83
Huh, wha? I kinda remember Tim Twelman..father or Taylor. Don't remember anything about Mike.
Mike was Tim's younger brother. Played a couple seasons, he was a pretty good indoor defender. He was one of my buddies' favorite player.
Hey, how about that Franz Mathieu? Didn't der Shting also have a English goalkeeper? Then there was that Argentenian guy, what was his name?
Man, this brings back memories of being a kid and turning on network TV (ABC) for the NASL game of the week! I'm trying to remember now, how did the matches manage to have commercials???
The English guy was Phil Parkes, he was let go during the 81 season and replaced by Dieter Ferner.
The Argentenian guy was Pato Margetic.
How can you guys forget Derek Spaulding? He was my favorite and my first soccer crush!
I remember meeting him at some store/appearance and nearly falling over...my dad had to get his autograph for me!
Actually he was a Croatian who was born in Argentina. I had the pleasure of playing on a outdoor soccer team when I was 19 for a Croatian team which consisted of Pato Margetic as our midfielder. It was so cool. he was only 32 then so he was still a playa playa.