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    Unlikely heroes

    Here we go then, with injuries mounting, lots of tired legs, a Champions League semi final on the horizon, we're into that territory of who might be an unlikely hero.

    We've had several in the past, numerous from the 2005 Champions League run and the final itself

    Jerzy Dudek for his point blank last gasp save v Shevchenko and penalty saves

    Vladimir Smicer's superb strike in the final

    Djimi Traore for not looking like Bambi on ice

    Anthony Le Tallec for his beautiful stand up for Garcia's goal v Juventus

    Who might be our unlikely hero this season, Dickov Origi, Sturridge, Shaqiri, Tielemens, Vardy

    And it'd be great to share our unlikely heroes from past glories
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    Origi essentially gets that goal tonight and got THAT goal against the Bitters.

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    Sinama Pongolle's sub appearance against Olympiakos.
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    Didi Hamann coming on in the CL final. We were getting a drubbing up to that point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyebo View Post
    Didi Hamann coming on in the CL final. We were getting a drubbing up to that point.
    And scoring a pen with a broken foot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nineteenx View Post
    And scoring a pen with a broken foot
    I never knew that.
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    Yeah he had small fracture to his foot I believe.
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    "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, i'd close the curtains”

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    Quote Originally Posted by justme View Post
    Yeah he had small fracture to his foot I believe.
    Just seen it now.
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    Thanks for the link Nineteen, I just read it.
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