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View Coach 3's Profile Coach 3 Flag Sandown Isle of Wight 29 Jan 12 7.41pm Send a Private Message to Coach 3 Add Coach 3 as a friend

Halifax in the mid seventies, it was a heap - no really a slag heap formed part of the terrace.

Or Layer Road Colchester, as the song at the time went "layer Road's a cabbage patch" and it was. Wooden terrace that bounced when we got excited.

 

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View money4nuffin's Profile money4nuffin Flag croydon 05 Feb 12 1.32am Send a Private Message to money4nuffin Add money4nuffin as a friend

I've watched palace away at Selhurst Park.. Awful away ground that.....

 


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bobby444 Flag croydon 05 Feb 12 8.50pm

what about eastville bristol rovers cambridge oxford goldstone old stamford bridge but when you think about it most of the grounds were sh''t oles

 

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Quote Kermit8 at 21 Jan 2012 7.14pm

Quote The Sash at 20 Jan 2012 12.07pm

Quote ship at 19 Jan 2012 4.55pm

Oldham, hulls old ground, stockport, bristol city in the 80's, torquay

I used to like Boothferry Park..remember winning up there with being that close to the pitch I felt like I was standing next to Alan Irvine when he crossed and next to Big Trev when he slid the winner in


A special mention must go to Enfields ground when we played them in the cup it was awful but it was a brilliant day out, we won three - two, David Price even scored and we continually spilled over the little concrete wallk onto the pitch every time we 'surged'....


I was there too at Enfield, Sash. I spent nearly the whole game just walking around the whole terracing by the touchline as there were no fences or barriers to stop us going the full 360. Novelty.

*do you think seeing as we went to so many of the same games we might actually recognise each other today? If we meet I'll sport a middle-parting and a mullet and a few pus-topped facial spots to help yer old memory along.

I was at the Enfield game too, it was the same day Brighton where playing Barnet. Our game must have been an early kick off or something because after the game we made our way across to confront the Weed. Seems forever and a day ago that one.

 

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View MGC leader's Profile MGC leader Flag unknown 12 Feb 12 5.50am Send a Private Message to MGC leader Add MGC leader as a friend

luton town, never met a khazi like it

 


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pork chop Flag 12 Feb 12 12.24pm

Quote MGC leader at 12 Feb 2012 5.50am

luton town, never met a khazi like it

Luton is grim but getting lagging in the Globe and then moving on to Charlie Browns night club makes it a worthwhile experience

 


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View 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug's Profile 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug Flag Bolton 12 Feb 12 1.42pm Send a Private Message to 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug Add 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug as a friend

Newcastles current ground.

Best part of 300 steps up.

So steep climbing to your seat that you need a sherpa, mountain goat and oxygen.

And when you finally get there you are so far away from the other end that I brought binoculars last time
[ honest ]

And not forgetting that their fans are still labouring under the false apprehension that they are one of the greatest teams in the world.

Edited by 20 Spaces Isnt Enoug (12 Feb 2012 1.43pm)

 


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View Dougiecito's Profile Dougiecito Flag In a dreamworld 16 Feb 12 10.40pm Send a Private Message to Dougiecito Add Dougiecito as a friend

Quote simlaboy at 08 Dec 2011 11.10am

always thought the old Stamford Bridge was a toilet,ok when crammed with 55,000 but 18,000 and snow


That's the image I had in my head. 89/90 season and we lost 2-1. I think...

 

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Quote bobby444 at 05 Feb 2012 8.50pm

what about eastville bristol rovers cambridge oxford goldstone old stamford bridge but when you think about it most of the grounds were sh''t oles

The Goldstone was particularly bad in its last couple of years when the East Terrace was closed and grass was growing up through the cracks in the concrete. Mind you, I could see the funny side of it.

Still, the horrors of another one of those out of town trading estates (ToysR Us etc) which was built on the site is even more ugly!!

 

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View Paul67's Profile Paul67 Flag 08 Mar 12 12.50pm Send a Private Message to Paul67 Add Paul67 as a friend

Quote Pete53 at 07 Mar 2012 11.09am

Quote bobby444 at 05 Feb 2012 8.50pm

what about eastville bristol rovers cambridge oxford goldstone old stamford bridge but when you think about it most of the grounds were sh''t oles

The Goldstone was particularly bad in its last couple of years when the East Terrace was closed and grass was growing up through the cracks in the concrete. Mind you, I could see the funny side of it.

Still, the horrors of another one of those out of town trading estates (ToysR Us etc) which was built on the site is even more ugly!!

I'll have to find out whether the seaweed fans i know are still boycotting Toys r us, comet and whatever else is on the old Goldstone retail park.


 

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View Blue'n'red's Profile Blue'n'red Flag Field of Chels (Orpington) 08 Mar 12 1.41pm Send a Private Message to Blue'n'red Add Blue'n'red as a friend

Reading (Elm Park) ... got sold a ticket in the home end (despite being in FULL colours, with a MASSIVE red and blue striped hat), had a Police escort into the away stand ... we won 6-1 ... got lifted in the terraces down 10 steps and back up 10 steps. Fooking great fun!

Barnet (Underhill) ... the pitch is a slope and the away end is basically a concrete block with temporary seats that BOUNCED!!!

Derby (Baseball ground) SOULLESS place - reminded me of a cemetary.

 


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View Kingvagabond's Profile Kingvagabond Flag London 08 Mar 12 2.11pm Send a Private Message to Kingvagabond Add Kingvagabond as a friend

The bank of the Holmesdale before the stand was built. Standing on corregated iron has never been so much fun!

 


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Quote cornwalls palace at 24 Oct 2012 9.37am

He was right!!!...and we killed him!!... poor Orpinton Eagles........

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