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  1. I reckon mr lumber will be well chuffed we’re on page 34 ...
  2. I lived in Bristol for 3 years near the rovers ground ( sorry) and when they played Man City I had arranged to meet a couple of gas heads in the Wellington after the game for pint . Popped in just after half time in a pair of jeans and jumper ordered a pint and got chatting to a lad at the bar who followed england twenty minutes later 3 oaths rock up and said your a city fan and where were all my mates ?? To which I replied they have the wrong person , now if you know me You will know I stick out like a sore thumb and They knew me from England games .now to be total honest I thought I’m on for a shoeing here but held my nerve . With that the rovers fan at the bar could see what was going to happen said let’s take our drinks outside , once outside he suggested that maybe I should drink elsewhere to which I totally agreed and left after drinking up . The funny thing was I bumped into him in Bulgaria a few weeks later at a england game and bought him and some Northampton lads around of beers and a big thanks . We have stayed loose friends ever since and like every team there are some good lads at each
  3. If Millwall sent me a postcard I’d hide in bloody Australia.....
  4. Hi mate hope your ok this was the only flight I booked and had written it of after the games were moved to next year so even if it take me 6 months to get a refund then I’m not going to moan hope your keeping ok and will catch up next time your in the U.K.
  5. Great bit of research mate
  6. I know a few city fans had booked flights for the round of 16 in Dublin just had a email saying Ryanair have cancelled the flight and Can get a refund hope other fans have received the same email
  7. Any shirts with dry blackthorn will fetch £50 to £100 on eBay also the yellow and green shirt from the 89/90 season on eBay in good condition will fetch roughly the same iv seen replace shirts from the old division 1 days go for good money as well properly du to being rare
  8. A great gesture from both posters and everyone is a winner well done
  9. I would say not ...the fan base has changed so much in the last 30/40 years look how many women and young children go these days I think that plays a major part in how a lot of men behave like wise there are still some that want a row and if you look hard enough you will always find it but going back to the original question no dont think it will ever be so widespread as it was and there is the added fact of cctv these days ,you might not get pulled that day but you might get a early wake up call from the boys in blue
  10. Not a problem mate but was interested to hear that they have done well for themselves like the old saying goes never judge a book by its colour
  11. I think you are a very good poster and not wanting to get in to a argument but there books are poor and yes only being 50 but having been to Poland and turkey twice pre Euro 1996 I would not call that sanitised football on or off the field
  12. Some interesting facts and shocking numbers of dead
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