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Feb 26, 2013
I suppose it is possible that "The Pig" may have played his final game for Southend today and if so what a way to go out. He has carved his name into SUFC folklore for all time now and his goal will undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest ever moments in our history.

Not only that but what balls to step forward and take the first penalty. His loan spell has been a great success without a doubt and if he does go back to Charlton now, I am sure he will look back on his time at Southend as a great opportunity that has given him the chance to play regular first team football, gain invaluable experience, progress greatly as a player & finally depart Roots Hall with a medal having scored at Wembley. It would be fantastic if now that we are a division higher Charlton might loan him to us again next season to further that experience in L1 but if that is not the case, I would like to thank young Joe for his massive contribution to our promotion this year and will certainly be following his career closely from now on whilst wishing him every future success.
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