Games I was at would have to be the League cup final against Blackburn which I never believed we'd lose, at WHL when Arsenal drew with us to win the league, and back to half time when we were 3-0 up against United and lost 5-3, we only needed to hold out for 15 minutes and we'd have had a famous victory but conceded before I could get back from my half time beer.
Oh, and that City game where we were something like 3-0 up against 10 men and lost 4-3. I've vague memories of ranting behind Kellers goal at the Ginger Pele.
I've seen us lose many times but that lot left mental scars.
Go back a bit the loss 2-1 against ( 83-84 maybe) Everton when we were going for the League - Mark Bowen made a terrible mistake they went 2 up Roberts pulled one back and Southall made a wonder save from Falco - we were so close to winning the lot that season
And I guess more recently the loss to Leicester when they won the League- Kane hit the bar I am certain if we had beaten them we would have won it
My 6 a side team, Hakuna Matata against Reunion FC. Had I not make the two mistakes for their two goals, we would’ve won 2-0 and subsequently been promoted instead of finishing a point behind in 3rd place
The WC semi against Croatia. That summer seemed to last forever what with the global warming-induced heat wave. Throwing beers over your mates whenever we scored. When that Trippier free kick flew in I honestly believed we were gonna win the whole thing and the entire country was gonna go out on the piss for a week straight.
This tweet perfectly sums up what could have been...