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Old 20-09-2017, 08:42 PM
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Morrison.

Dougie had his incredible moments, and is rightly a club legend as a result, but was never Premier League calibre. Clint was a master poacher but people generally underrated his hold-up play, which was first-rate for us and the driving force in him clocking up up more than 100 top-flight appearances for Brum.

Relatedly, I once interviewed Aki and asked him where Dougie ranked among the best strikers he'd ever played with.

His answer, with a delivery which made clear it wasn't meant disrespectfully to DF: "A long way behind Clinton."
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Was that before or after Dougie had slunk off to Bolton / grassed us up to Solsjkaer
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Morrison. Dougie had his incredible moments, and is rightly a club legend as a result, but was never Premier League calibre. Whereas Clint clocked up more than 100 top-flight appearances for Brum and held his own at that level.

Relatedly, I once interviewed Aki and asked him where Dougie ranked among the best strikers he'd ever played with.

His answer: "A long way behind Clinton."
Both as a footballer and a man - he never wanted to be friends with Clinton - dour Scot as opposed to the smiling Irishman
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technically better but Freedman should have achieved more IMO. Both Morrison and Freedman have an identical goals per game ratio for the top flight at 0.17 goals per match.

Freedman made 58 top flight appearances in all (For Forest & Palace) scoring 10 goals

Morrison made 88 top flight appearances (For Birmingham) scoring 15 goals.
That's a 1 in 6 ratio for both in the top flight.

I agree Freedman could've achieved more. Not sure he was strong enough against top level defences. Morrison was the better player for me. More athletic, stronger and quicker.

Freedman could finish though. As the clock ticked down at Stockport I was holding onto the hope that a chance would fall Freedman's way. I just felt he'd have the composure to stick it away.
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Old 21-09-2017, 02:12 PM
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Coppell made a blunder selling Freedman in 97 IMHO. We really could have used him that year.
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Coppell made a blunder selling Freedman in 97 IMHO. We really could have used him that year.
Hadn't he said he wasn't going to renew his contract at the end of that season?0
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You could have added Charlton to that, had we not thrown one away at the end.

Love Clint but dougie was the better player
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Can't get the first goal we scored against the filth at Withdean in October 2005. Clinton picked it up on the left side of the penalty area and literally took a sand-wedge to find Dougie who headed it thru the keeper's hands. sublime. They seemed to know where each other was on the pitch almost like Wright/Bright. Probably the best partnership I ever saw play for Paace.

I gather though they did not get on well off the pitch, true or not?

Gotta say Dougie for me for Stockport and the goal which should have won us that Charlton game to keep us up. What happened to the wa@@er who gave away the free-kick? Didn't he go to QPR later?

Dougie the manager kept us up against Sheffield W. Why he left to go to Bolton is a mystery to me. And to him probably.
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