Lots of Blues fans have been reacting to some throwback footage of Blues defender Harlee Dean.
It certainly couldn’t have come at a better time could it?
I did say that the club needed to start focusing on games from when we were near the top of the table rather than when we were at the bottom, but I suppose people seem to enjoy talking about it, so they decided to carry on with it.
On Saturday, the club posted a tweet throwing back to the final day of the 2017/18 season, where the Blues only needed a draw to ensure their safety in the Championship for another season. However, they decided to go one step further and take all three points.
What's your favourite final day memory?
Harlee Dean scored his first goal for the club that day, putting the Blues 2-0 ahead near the end of the first half and more or less sealing safety, and fans were more than happy to revel in the glory of that day once again.
Was watching this the other day. Unreal memories. https://t.co/fXFkRfUkyN
— Kieran (@FarrelIy) April 4, 2020
Amazing game love that game 👍💙⚽️
— Tommy Junior (@TommyJunior2011) April 4, 2020
I still remember the foundations of the ground quite literally bouncing when we scored that day! It was electric.
— Tom grogan (@TomgroganBCFC) April 4, 2020
One of the best days I’ve ever had down st Andrew’s. @BCFC you should put the whole game on youtube, maybe next saturday for a 3PM kick off?!
— SpiceyTeaBag (@quinny2016) April 4, 2020
The atmosphere and performance of this game was exceptional 🤯 https://t.co/JgueG6wfXV
— Jordanacwm (@jordanacwm) April 4, 2020
Proper blues home atmosphere this day Fulham were shook https://t.co/tXiPv7hP81
— Sam (@SammyHoult) April 4, 2020
One added bonus was that defeat sent Fulham into the playoffs and off to Wembley to beat Aston Villa, so it was a doubly special day in a sense for Blues fans.