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Oldschoolcfc

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  1. I remember this day out it's the first time i saw Police horses on the terraces ,I remember when the fence collapse I was kick out and miss most of the game stuck outside.
  2. Also my favorite era all the great away games and that first win against Derby after we signed Dixon ,Nevin ,Spackman Under John Neil & Ian McNeil
  3. I was there that night we travel over on the Sunday so we were the first ferry into Ostend as luck had it I managed to convents the Police waiting for us that I was visiting friends in Brussels We stayed in Ostend and travel to Bruges on the morning of the game with out tickets we had a few drinks in the town center before making our way to the ground where we relies there was no chance of getting in so we made our way back to the local bar as we were having a drink it all kicked of outside ,with that the police came in and had everyone out and up against the wall searching us but afterward let us back into the bar even us who didn't have tickets Just after kick of we went down to the ground and found someone selling tickets at half the price for our end so managed to get in . After the game we made our way back to Ostend for the night.
  4. I the same 83-84 I went to every games that season home & away and what a great night at Man City on the Friday
  5. Was on the side terraces that day great day and great laugh before and after the match having a run around chasing the Brighton
  6. Still to me one of the best season ever John Neil brought well and some of the best away support l ever seen no one could touch us on the pitch and off
  7. Where have the time gone I was 18 at the time of this clip.It only seem like yesterday I miss the old ground it my Chelsea
  8. I was in the west stand that night for the sunderlandg game and a group called Azect camera being escorted around the ground before kick off Even then you could feel the atmosphere in thea air that if we lose it was going to kick off Then you had the west ham ambush after the game on they way back from Wimbledon
  9. I was there that day we turned up just after kick off we were in the stand on the left hand side about 20 of us the rest were in the right hand side at half time it kick off between us and some of there crew we ended up getting escorted to the stand the rest of our boys were in that when the rumors started coming in about hillsborough l feel old now I was 28 at the time
  10. I remember that game funny enough I found the programme for that game just the other day as I was clearing out some old stuff. I can remember standing on the North Stand for a pre Season friendly against Arsenal I think Tony Woodcock just joined them and it was big news. And the last game I stood there was against Sheff Wednesday when Mick Thomas was playing for us
  11. We use to go by the Inter city I can remember us getting of at Darlington for a couple of drink and having a little chase around with the locals. When we got to Newcastle the police would be waiting for all the trains coming from London to escort us to the ground because of that we miss out on the famous battle of Strawberry Field Pub which was one of there locals Talking to a few Georges a few years later they couldn't believe the size of our mob they always said that we were the biggest firm from London even in the 2nd Division
  12. So we had no history and no fans back in the day LOL
  13. I was there that day l was in the visitors end we just laughed at the kop they still can't understand the tie up with us and rangers how we have each other backs and
  14. What a bunch of Muppet's they would of Sh** themselves in the old day and I bet it's the first time he seen a mob like this so had to film it, They so brave when the police are there and of course they would run a mile if our main mob confronted them with out the police
  15. Happy Days I use to pop in if I was going down during the week to sort out any tickets for the odd away games that were all tickets