Some players don't spend a long time at a club, but still make a big impact or are known for one moment. Niclas Jensen, during his season-and-a-half at Maine Road, was a solid left back option for Kevin Keegan's Manchester City. However, he's most remembered for a wonder strike in a home win over Leeds in 2003. He volleyed in from the edge of the box after Nicholas Anelka crossed in the second half, beating Paul Robinson with a belter of a shot into the far corner. He's been on a trip down memory lane with the Blue Moon Podcast's David Mooney.
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