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“Literally kept us up”, “a baller”- Quirky debate sparks plenty of debate with some Blues fans

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These Blues fans have been taking part in a rather quirky debate on social media.

‘The streets will never forget’.

It’s a phrase that has become incredibly common amongst football fans these days, mainly used to talk about players that aren’t quite in the same stratosphere as the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as the best players in the world. Indeed, they’re usually quite a few rungs below those guys, but they did enough to gain our attention for a while.

It’s usually reserved for one-season wonders from many seasons back and used to give fans a little sense of nostalgia. Although personally I think it’s done purely so fans can show off their knowledge by naming an obscure player so they can say ‘you’re not a fan if you don’t know that guy’, but that might just be the cynic in me talking.

What would you rather happen to finish the season?

Games behind closed doors, finish ASAP

Games behind closed doors, finish ASAP

Wait until fans are allowed into grounds

Wait until fans are allowed into grounds

Whatever you think of the phrase, it still caused great debate amongst Blues fans on Twitter when @tpfo_football posed the question, as they discussed who their notable players were in this particular category.

Who were your favourite players when it comes to this particular debate?

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