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Battle Of The SUFC Legends - Last 16 - David Crown vs Stan Collymore

Who is more of an SUFC legend?

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Aug 13, 2008
Vote for who you want to win. Voting closes at midnight.

David Crown (Supported by Tarquin Fauntleroy he won group D with 49 votes. David joined Blues in November 1987 after a career with Walthamstow Avenue, Brentford, Portsmouth, Reading and Cambridge. A hard working skilful striker, Dave was the Blues equivalent of Steve Bull and created many goals for himself by hard work and skill as well as putting away those chances provided by his team mates. The Blues faithful were surprised when he was released by the club and allowed to join Gillingham in 1990. He then had a very successful career in local non league clubs. He is now an accountant based in Leigh on Sea. 132 games - 69 cracking goals.)
Stan Collymore (number11's man won group E with 81 votes. What can you say about Stan? Bought by Colin Murphy in November 1992, he almost single handedly saved us from the drop by his trademark solo goals. If you haven't got the video, The Collymore Collection, then shame on you. There isn't a tap in amongst them. Who can forget the solo goal against Huddersfield at Leeds Road, the double strike against Bristol Rovers that the keeper never even saw or Stanley throwing his boots triumphantly into the crowd on the final day of the season after the match against Luton. Sold to Nottingham Forest for over £2 million and then Liverpool and Villa. After moving briefly to Real Oviedo in Spain after a rather unhappy time at Leicester and Bradford City, Stanley hung his boots up in 2001 at the age of 30. What a waste. Stanley says his happiest moments as a player were at Roots Hall. You can come back anytime Stan. 18 goals in 33 League and Cup games.)