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K: Kellock was classy and scored some superb goals

Good Billy KELLOCK was a high-class midfielder snapped up from Kettering by manager Peter Morris.

Good

Billy KELLOCK was a high-class midfielder snapped up from Kettering by manager Peter Morris.Good

Billy KELLOCK was a high-class midfielder snapped up from Kettering by manager Peter Morris.

In 156 games for the club over three seasons he scored 48 goals, many of them from distance as he had one of the hardest shots in Posh history.

Bad

So many to choose from, but from recent times Chris KANU and Njazi KUQI were shockingly poor.

Full-back Kanu was once caught so far out of position an APB was sent out by the rest of the defenders, while KUQI was dragged off after 50 minutes of his debut as even Steve Bleasdale realised he was no good.

Ugly

A bit harsh, but Zat KNIGHT did look a bit wierd.

He was 6ft 7ins, but failed to cope with an aerial bombardment on his Posh debut at Cheltenham.

In a managerial masterstroke Barry Fry moved him to right-back where his terrific ball-skills quickly became apparent, even to legendary radio commentator Stuart Hall.

Hall, once he had finished arguing with Shrewsbury press officers about the legality of smoking at Gay Meadow, described Knight as more suitable for 'The Harlem Globetrotters' than Division Three football.

Kop Killer

Garry KIMBLE wasn't very good, but he did provide Posh fans with one of the most memorable nights in the club's history.

The left-winger scored the goal (asssisted it has to be said by Bruce Grobbelaar) which dumped Liverpool out of the Rumbelows Cup.

He was still released at the end of that season, a departure that was accompanied by the memorable headline 'Kop Killer Goes Free' in The Evening Telegraph.

 

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