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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History 17:15 - Feb 28 with 1483 viewsNorthernr

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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 18:43 - Feb 28 with 1356 viewsBoston


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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 19:34 - Feb 28 with 1308 viewsTonto

2 memories of that day:

1 my personal QPR claim To fame was starting the "I was there when Nygaard scored" chant

2 so.wone came up to my mate and asked him if he was Bob Hazell. Other than Richard's skin colour there isn't a lot of similarity!

Why stop now, just when I'm hating it
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 22:18 - Feb 28 with 1218 viewsloneranger1

Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 19:34 - Feb 28 by Tonto

2 memories of that day:

1 my personal QPR claim To fame was starting the "I was there when Nygaard scored" chant

2 so.wone came up to my mate and asked him if he was Bob Hazell. Other than Richard's skin colour there isn't a lot of similarity!


As someone who's never managed to get to more than 5/6 away games a season, that match remains one of my favourite away game memories!

I still smile every time I think of the chant, hats off Tonto!
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 22:20 - Feb 28 with 1212 viewshoops_legend

Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 19:34 - Feb 28 by Tonto

2 memories of that day:

1 my personal QPR claim To fame was starting the "I was there when Nygaard scored" chant

2 so.wone came up to my mate and asked him if he was Bob Hazell. Other than Richard's skin colour there isn't a lot of similarity!


His goal scoring record wasn’t actually bad for QPR - got more criticism than he should
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 08:23 - Feb 29 with 1066 viewsTonto

I agree... it was meant more in jest (in my head anyway). We were just enjoying ourselves.

Why stop now, just when I'm hating it
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 08:28 - Feb 29 with 1058 viewsNorthernr

Wasn't the main issue with Nygaard the same we had with Clarke-Salter - potentially very useful player to the team, never available. For a massive, muscly bloke Nygaard was fragile as fck.
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 10:51 - Mar 1 with 879 viewsJuzzie

My webpage from the day (highlights link at the bottom of the webpage)

https://tinyurl.com/4hm692cs
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 12:04 - Mar 1 with 837 viewsCopenhagenRs

Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 08:28 - Feb 29 by Northernr

Wasn't the main issue with Nygaard the same we had with Clarke-Salter - potentially very useful player to the team, never available. For a massive, muscly bloke Nygaard was fragile as fck.


Yes - it was a shame. Marc Nygaard was unfortunately injured in long spells at his time at QPR. But not a bad striker for such a big man. Sort of Peter Crouch on steroids.
He actually got 7 caps for Denmark. Exactly the same as Lucas Andersen.
That volley really was outrageous and showed that the big man was not without skill.
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 13:37 - Mar 1 with 760 viewsNorthernr

Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 12:04 - Mar 1 by CopenhagenRs

Yes - it was a shame. Marc Nygaard was unfortunately injured in long spells at his time at QPR. But not a bad striker for such a big man. Sort of Peter Crouch on steroids.
He actually got 7 caps for Denmark. Exactly the same as Lucas Andersen.
That volley really was outrageous and showed that the big man was not without skill.
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When we say "injured", one of the people involved in that squad at the time told me Nygaard would sit out training... games... weeks at time... not because he was injured but because he "thought he might be about to possibly soon get injured".
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 14:41 - Mar 1 with 714 viewsCopenhagenRs

Ok. I didnt know about that. Sounds like some kind of Taylor Richardsish behaviour
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 15:06 - Mar 1 with 656 viewsBoston

Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 13:37 - Mar 1 by Northernr

When we say "injured", one of the people involved in that squad at the time told me Nygaard would sit out training... games... weeks at time... not because he was injured but because he "thought he might be about to possibly soon get injured".


He was right though.

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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 18:46 - Mar 1 with 568 viewsthemodfather

for a 6ft 4 heavy set, ex boxer, that nygaard would jump, tuck his neck in and usually lose the high ball....but paladini loved him for his points won ratio. a few big goals aside, not a good player for me, i was at that leicester game, it was some goal and that ground felt a 9,9 on the richter scale
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Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History on 22:30 - Mar 1 with 505 viewsloneranger1

Other thing I think I remember about Nygaard was a home game (Watford or Luton I think), when he was back helping out, a long cross came over and he inexplicably put his hand above his head and handballed it for a stonewall pen. Absolutely ridiculous
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