THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

15 November ~ Nick Barmby has taken over as caretaker manager of Hull City. Even though Barmby showed promise from a young age, Everton fan Graham Ennis reflected in WSC 129 (November 1997) that he never fullfilled his potential despite a series of big-money moves

On the day Joe Royle signed Nick Barmby from Middlesbrough he made a curious admission: that he wasn’t quite sure where he was going to play him. Obviously then, he just kinda hoped that he’d get lucky and things would work themselves out. We all kinda hoped too. Read more

Comments (2)
Comment by sw2boro 2011-11-17 20:28:50

Was I censored?

Comment by sw2boro 2011-11-17 20:29:43

Ah, no, there's two different places to put comments.

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