IN honour of Jed Wallace’s wonderful goal at York, I asked last week: What’s the best Pompey goal you’ve ever seen? - writes Steve Bone.
Not the most important – the most spectacular.
So many wonder-goals have you recounted, I need two weeks to list them all.
Next week I’ll come to the five that got the most votes – but how about these 28 for starters? Deep breath...
Matt Taylor’s 45-yarder at Sunderland; David Norris’ point-saving volley at Southampton; Mark Chamberlain’s long run and chip at Plymouth in 89; Noe Pamarot’s screamer at Newcastle; Glen Johnson’s chest and volley at home to Hull; Kevin O’Callaghan’s solo run at Huddersfield in 1985; Vince Hilaire’s flying header on his debut v Blackburn; Robert Prosinecki at home to Wolves; Steve Claridge’s over-the-shoulder volley, also at home to Wolves; Andres D’Alessandro at Charlton; Robbie Pethick at the Milton v unidentified opponents (can anyone help!?); Nigel Quashie at home to Norwich; Kevin Harper at home to Norwich (must admit I don’t recall this one); Darren Anderton in the Cup semi at Highbury; Phil Ashworth’s back-to-goal chip v Bradford at Fratton; Kevin Dillon’s centre-circle volley at Blackburn in the Cup (my own favourite); Kevin Dillon against Villa in the Cup; Bjorn Kristennsen’s 35-yard piledriver (possibly v Peterborough in a Cup game); Alan McLoughlin at Peterborough; John Durnin’s 30-yard scissor kick at West Brom; Teddy Sheringham’s header v Bolton in early Prem days; Jimmy Carter at Wolves with an orange ball; Lualua off the post v Southampton; Trebilcock v Arsenal; Jamie Vincent at Barnsley; Anderton v Orient, Crouch v Stoke ... and Patrick Agyemang at Oxford the other night. Phew!
See this week’s (Oct 19) Sports Mail for the top five great Pompey goals as voted for after Steve’s appeal