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Latics Best Ever Come Back?



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 30 2011

Time: 9:06PM

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There's been some great fight backs by the Latics down the years, long ago losing 3-0 at half time to Port Vale only to turn it round and win 5-3, we've made a habit of fighting back against Arsenal to snatch victory or a draw, but without doubt the best ever Latics come back must be our last home game of last season, 2-0 down at half-time to West Ham, all but relegated, the emotions when Charlie scored the winning goal with just 10 seconds of the game remaining are indescribable
worbo
There's been some great fight backs by the Latics down the years, long ago losing 3-0 at half time to Port Vale only to turn it round and win 5-3, we've made a habit of fighting back against Arsenal to snatch victory or a draw, but without doubt the best ever Latics come back must be our last home game of last season, 2-0 down at half-time to West Ham, all but relegated, the emotions when Charlie scored the winning goal with just 10 seconds of the game remaining are indescribable
worbo
sure west ham was the best come back in terms of what it meant. But i think 2 0 after 80 mins v arsenal is a better acheivement. My emotions on both days can only be described as manic
legolad
sure west ham was the best come back in terms of what it meant. But i think 2 0 after 80 mins v arsenal is a better acheivement. My emotions on both days can only be described as manic
legolad
West Ham for the most important and exciting come back, but for sheer joy was Arsenal.
wigginer
West Ham for the most important and exciting come back, but for sheer joy was Arsenal.
wigginer
 

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