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Most entertaining eleven!

RobM

55 years as a supporter!⭐
Joined
Jan 20, 2007
Messages
9,418
Location
Essex of course!
Ignore their footballing ability - or possibly more importantly lack of - which eleven gave you most entertainment?

I nominate;

Shirt number 1. Mel Capleton - the only 'keeper I have ever seen make a diving header 25 yards from his own goal
Shirt number 6. Who else but Bilel Mohsni?

feel free to add to the list - and your reasons!
 

Firestorm

Pedant
Joined
Oct 25, 2003
Messages
15,248
Location
Immersed in the accounts
Paul Roberts had a very entertaining (amusing) Style of running
Francis Laurent often tripped over the ball in comedy gold moments
Gareth Risbridgers 5 minutes of fame was rather fun
 

slapheadsteve

First XI
Joined
Aug 5, 2010
Messages
863
Paul Roberts running round with that bandage round his head coming lose /flapping many yards behind him.
Whilst charging after a opposing winger in front of the West stand.
He obviously had concussion and was unaware what he was doing.
Would never be allowed to happen now or should'ent have been allowed to happen.
Was funny to watch as he had obviously totally lost it, and was frightening the shi** out of the winger!!
 

IloveShrimp

Director⭐
Joined
Dec 31, 2007
Messages
2,668
Location
Wickford
Can only be Ricky Otto for me. We need a flair player like him now..... desperately!

For comedy value it's got to be Dominic Iorfa, we didn't know what he was going to do next and..... neither did he !!
 
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