Andy Sales space scored his 150th aim on his ultimate City match
– A re-visit to Andy Sales space’s final sport for City
– Huddersfield City drew at Leyton Orient in Could 2009
– Ahead scored his 150th and ultimate Terriers aim within the match
It was 11 years in the past right now when membership legend Andy Sales space performed his ultimate sport for Huddersfield City, in a 1-1 draw with Leyton Orient!
It was a trademark exhibiting from Boothy, as he discovered the online for one final time within the blue and white stripes of Huddersfield City, on the ultimate day of the 2008/09 League 1 season.
Having made his debut for his hometown membership again in 1992, Boothy revamped 450 appearances for the Terriers throughout two spells earlier than hanging up his boots following the sport at Brisbane Street.
With 24 minutes on the clock on a sunny Saturday afternoon in East London, the Huddersfield-born ahead stored his composure to place City forward together with his 150th aim for the Membership.
The aim sparked nice scenes from the travelling City followers, who chanted ‘Boothy! Boothy! Boothy!’ because the striker celebrated in-front of the Terriers’ assist. It was actually a memorable second for all supporters.
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The hosts did get an equaliser halfway by way of the second half courtesy of Dean Morgan, with the sport happening to complete degree, nevertheless it couldn’t take the shine off an unimaginable day for Boothy.
The striker was given a standing ovation by the City followers within the south east nook of the bottom as he exited the pitch for the ultimate time, when he was changed by Lionel Ainsworth on 80 minutes.
Following the ultimate whistle, he was capable of embrace the City assist one final time, going over to applaud the travelling Terriers together with his teammates, as he rounded off a memorable 17 years within the skilled sport.
A becoming send-off for a Huddersfield City legend!
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