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  1. Scapegoat first eleven .

    Carl Hutchins was dreadful while he was here. I’m not sure he was scapegoated Just identified as not very good (apart from his first match) Real scapegoats include Dave Smith, Joe Burnell, Edwards, Lee Johnson as a player. My favorite scapegoat on here of all time was Christian Edwards. I read some ***** on here going after him because he was Welsh. No wonder he turned to booze. My lord i can remember Gerry Sweeney being targeted. Supporters have a habit of blaming someone despite all evidence to the contrary.
  2. It all kicked off in Bristol (Merged)

    Siouxsie was The Hammersmith Palais. They came out and cranked it. Smith was on guitar and the whole place just erupted. Your momentum pushed you to the wall and the fighting was insane. Those whining about footy violence would not have believed it anyway in true 70/80s fashion The Banshees played on and whipped it up. Never forget that. As bad as I have seen outside of a battlefield. The Clash was pure bloody madness. But never really fighting just Everyman for him self. The tightest was the last hometown Jam gig In Guildford. Working boys the jam of course. That was the town called malice! Guildford had The Stranglers. Saw them dozens of times. Most memorable at the Lyceum the night the shah of Iran died. Came straight out and said the Shah is dead and played shah shah a gogo caught Fergal Sharkey on the neck with the most glorious greeny ever in about 1980 he didn’t even flinch! Those were teenage kicks!! Happy Days!
  3. Fulham and looking on the bright side...

    We were 2 up and playing well we were 3 up and cruising. We just gotta stop panicking
  4. It all kicked off in Bristol (Merged)

    Saw them all. The most Mayhem. The Clash biggest punch up. Souixsie and the banshees (Robert smith on guitar) best band The Jam best musicians. The Stranglers best visuals Orchestral Manouvers pre OMD biggest influence Joy Division
  5. That’s the spirit! As far as going up is concerned, I’m not sure I follow the thought process. The fact is that you are either growing or shrinking as a business Staus Quo (cue puns) not really being an option. We should want to get to the Prem and hope SL continues to grow the business income and support his manager. Being one of the more senior posters I can honestly say I never once missed Divvy 2 last time we made it. Relegation was not a fore gone conclusion then or now. i have seen us beat Liverpool Man U Man C Chelsea Spurs Arsenal why can’t I again.
  6. David Rennie in court

    Ask @TAXI4RENNIE he might know
  7. It all kicked off in Bristol (Merged)

    Yeah I finished it last week. I was shocked by the righteousness of some on here. I lived down the road from an IRA bombing and remember the carnage and the news coverage of that and similar ones every day. I was at many/most games from an early age going back to when the Dolman was being built. Post war social issues were huge. My own family still lived in a pre fab and Saturday night could be pretty intense with fighting in working men’s clubs. That’s just me !!
  8. It all kicked off in Bristol (Merged)

    That was how it was. I still loved it. I can remember my old man grabbing my collar and my legs were still moving as I started to run toward West Ham on the EE. :laugh:. Different days. Riots at football and all over the UK Birmingham Bristol London with bits burning and body parts on the tv after another IRA Bomb. Anyone under 40 would have little clue! What ever you think about the book it’s living history of more violent days
  9. It all kicked off in Bristol (Merged)

    As much as I enjoyed the book. Some of the EE punch ups in 70's were pretty hard core. My personal favorite away days were always Millwall and WHU. Millwall was just out and out 'come and have a go if you think your hard enough', West Ham was great as they liked to charge the fences between you to try and intimidate visiting supporters. Aldershot was similar and the pelting was always fun... :laugh:! Ive been hit with a shoe and whisky bottle there!~!
  10. It all kicked off in Bristol (Merged)

    I got threatened by a grown man at Millwall aged 7....:laugh:!
  11. OTIB 'get together'....

    **** Tommy your the best poster on here. Who would put you on ignore!?
  12. It all kicked off in Bristol (Merged)

    God Yeah! There are plenty on here who will remember....Different times ZHA.
  13. It all kicked off in Bristol (Merged)

    I agree. It's a book. Have a go at the contents have a go at the author, but ban it....Please. The author missed some of the 70s stuff which was real hostile and before then the taunting of Cardiff with Aberfan chants. It is what happened regardless of what some may think about the protagonists
  14. Thank you fellow Reds

    LOOKED THAT UP. Whats the acronym stand for?
  15. Thank you fellow Reds

    Am I alone in being a bit shocked by only 5 officers on duty. I am sure there are guidelines and SOPs for games, but 5 officers for 20,000 people at a football match seems to be inviting this kind of behaviour.
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