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    Strike partnerships

    Posted by Blik on 25/1/2023, 15:51:26

    Is Ade better with Cornick? If they are now back to their best how do you play Morris who has been great, or the others.Teams are about the best blend ,that's not necessarily the best 10 outfield players.

      Re: Strike partnerships

      Posted by Since 57 on 25/1/2023, 15:55:37, in reply to "Strike partnerships"

      I am sure our management team will make the correct decisions. They work with them every day.

        Re: Strike partnerships

        Posted by Blik on 25/1/2023, 16:10:09, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

        Well Since 57, you've seen a few striker partnerships at Luton over the years. Walsh and Stein,Stein and Harford,MacDonald and Givens. What were tge other outstanding ones?

          Re: Strike partnerships

          Posted by Chapluton on 25/1/2023, 17:29:13, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

          Brian Lewis and Laurie Sheffield partnership was pretty prolific that first season back in Div. 3 in the late 60s.

            Re: Strike partnerships

            Posted by since 63 on 25/1/2023, 17:10:35, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

            John Orouke and Ray Whittaker

              Re: Strike partnerships

              Posted by Since 57 on 25/1/2023, 16:36:35, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

              Definitely the ones you mentioned and Turner and Brown.In my opinion (and I know onions vary) the best two goal scorers I have seen are Turner and McDonald. Stein very close and a special mention for Ron Davies.

                Re: Strike partnerships

                Posted by Billy Cooke on 25/1/2023, 16:19:53, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

                Turner and Pye
                Turner and Brown

                  Re: Strike partnerships

                  Posted by Blik on 25/1/2023, 16:34:50, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

                  They were top ones Billy.

                    Re: Strike partnerships

                    Posted by Since 57 on 25/1/2023, 16:39:30, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

                    My father in law who is 97 consistently tells me Jessie Pye was the best player he ever saw in a Luton shirt.

                      Re: Strike partnerships

                      Posted by Rob on 25/1/2023, 17:38:28, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

                      An old family friend who watched from 1946-2010 told me the exact same thing, Jessie Pye was the best he saw in a Luton shirt.

                        Re: Strike partnerships

                        Posted by Bootin on 25/1/2023, 19:42:07, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

                        Pye was superb. Of course they were different days and football is more intense now. He used to flick the ball into open spaces for Turner who had not made the run, so chances wasted. Turner got better in later days.

                        Re: Strike partnerships

                        Posted by Don Logan on 25/1/2023, 16:54:23, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

                        My late dad absolutely loved Mick Harford, but always maintained that Jesse Pye was the best centre forward hed ever seen at Luton. Dad watched Luton from 1937-2012.

                          Re: Strike partnerships

                          Posted by Billy Cooke on 25/1/2023, 17:10:39, in reply to "Re: Strike partnerships"

                          I saw Pye when I was a lad. He was at the end of his career but was a wonderfully clever who helped make Turner the player he was. I believe he never did well in football management because he had a bad stutter.

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