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programme cover for Newcastle United v Chelsea, Saturday, 10th Nov 1984 Saturday, 10th November 1984.    Newcastle Utd 2-1 Chelsea.   Our scorer: King Kerry Dixon in the 82nd min.

We missed a penalty, when Colin Lee put his shot wide.   They were 2-0 up inside 20 mins.   Watched by a crowd of 23,723 .

Next up is West Brom at The Bridge ,on Sat, 17th Nov 1984

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programme cover for Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion, Saturday, 17th Nov 1984 Sat 17th Nov 1984.   We beat West Brom 3-1.   In front of a crowd of 17,573,

Our scorers were two Scots. Big Doug Rougvie in the 50th min. his first goal for us since signing in the summer. 

  David Speedie  scored our other 2 goals.  In the 17th and 63rd minutes respectively. And on his 100th appearance too.

Next up, we play Man City at The Bridge in the Milk Cup on Wed, 21st Nov.

Then its Spuds away on Sat 24th Nov 1984,

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On 17/11/2019 at 08:48, erskblue said:

programme cover for Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion, Saturday, 17th Nov 1984 Sat 17th Nov 1984.   We beat West Brom 3-1.   In front of a crowd of 17,573,

Our scorers were two Scots. Big Doug Rougvie in the 50th min. his first goal for us since signing in the summer. 

  David Speedie  scored our other 2 goals.  In the 17th and 63rd minutes respectively. And on his 100th appearance too.

Next up, we play Man City at The Bridge in the Milk Cup on Wed, 21st Nov.

Then its Spuds away on Sat 24th Nov 1984,

City home in the milk cup? Come on Pat strike that penalty hard and low!!!!!

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11 hours ago, erskblue said:

I'm confident he'll actually score one day with that penalty !

Remember the game as wanted to go, but my old man was away for work, so was gutted I couldn't go

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programme cover for Chelsea v Manchester City, Wednesday, 21st Nov 1984     Wed, 21st Nov 1984. we beat Man City 4-1 at The Bridge.   

Our scorers were:  King Kerry, who  got a hat trick in the 13th,33rd and 48th mins.   Keith Jones added to our score in the 55th.   Gordon Smith scored late on for City
 

However, this match is remembers by us of'  'a certain Chelsea Vintage'  for 'That Penalty Miss' by wee Pat.   Sorry Pat !

Same win again on Saturday by us would be very much appreciated !

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Saturday, 24th November 1984 with an11.30am kick off

We drew 1-1. 'King' Kerry Dixon our scorer in the 5th min. A crowd of 31,197  saw it,

Next up is Liverpool at The Bridge on Sat 1st Dec 1984

Posted this match early this week.

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2 hours ago, erskblue said:

19841124.jpg

Saturday, 24th November 1984 with an11.30am kick off

We drew 1-1. 'King' Kerry Dixon our scorer in the 5th min. A crowd of 31,197  saw it,

Next up is Liverpool at The Bridge on Sat 1st Dec 1984

Posted this match early this week.

Great day out. Had the whole end terrace and seats. Was a great atmosphere and must have had 10,000 there no problem. That official attendance is laughable, the shelf was packed and no building work had started. 

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On ‎22‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 18:27, Richard P said:

Great day out. Had the whole end terrace and seats. Was a great atmosphere and must have had 10,000 there no problem. That official attendance is laughable, the shelf was packed and no building work had started. 

As was very often the case !

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programme cover for Chelsea v Liverpool, Saturday, 1st Dec 1984 

 

Saturday, 1st December 1984,     We beat Liverpool 3-1.      In front of a crowd of 40,972.

Our scorers were:   King Kerry Dixon 10th, Joe McLaughlin 49th and David, Speedie 76th mins.

Big Joe's first team goal for us.   Not a bad team to score it against to be honest.

Next up and it's Sheff Wed away on Sat 8th Dec 1984,

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3 hours ago, erskblue said:

programme cover for Chelsea v Liverpool, Saturday, 1st Dec 1984 

 

Saturday, 1st December 1984,     We beat Liverpool 3-1.      In front of a crowd of 40,972.

Our scorers were:   King Kerry Dixon 10th, Joe McLaughlin 49th and David, Speedie 76th mins.

Big Joe's first team goal for us.   Not a bad team to score it against to be honest.

Next up and it's Sheff Wed away on Sat 8th Dec 1984,

Remember that one, shed was rammed and me and mate climbed into the bit which was closed by the floodlight pylon next to East stand, he ripped his Lois cords climbing fence and we were moved out by old bill back into shed, no bloody room, so ended up missing 2nd half, remember being in forecourt when Speedie scored!! 35 years!!!!

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4 hours ago, chi blue said:

Remember that one, shed was rammed and me and mate climbed into the bit which was closed by the floodlight pylon next to East stand, he ripped his Lois cords climbing fence and we were moved out by old bill back into shed, no bloody room, so ended up missing 2nd half, remember being in forecourt when Speedie scored!! 35 years!!!!

Yeah. but it sure doesn't seem like that long ago does it ?

35 months ago, perhaps...

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1 hour ago, erskblue said:

Surprised there was no tv coverage of our home game v Liverpool,

Thought either bbc or itv would have had that game in their highlights programme.

Wasn’t there a spell of industrial action with the tv company’s around that time. Nothing to do with the Ken Bates issue he had for a time with BBC & ITV

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2 hours ago, Richard P said:

Wasn’t there a spell of industrial action with the tv company’s around that time. Nothing to do with the Ken Bates issue he had for a time with BBC & ITV

You could be right. Had forgotten about that.

Then came the 'TV domestic football black out' for a fair part of the following 1985/86 season !

Completely unthinkable today, that !!

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