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And finally… vintage Goal of the Month from MotD

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A vintage goal of the month competition for And Finally… featuring famous efforts from Dalian Atkinson and Ryan Giggs. But our favourite is Altrincham’s Clive Freeman, for the Tony Gubba commentary alone: “Freeman! That’s what he can do!”

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