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maxipalace Flag in a box 17 Dec 13 12.38am

Quote croydon proud at 07 Nov 2013 6.07pm

Nearly getting done at liverpool when in the first division about 32 odd years ago and having to run into an open door of a house and hiding in front room behind a sofa , hearing a lady chatting to her kids in kitchen, door nearly came off hinges when baying mob were knocking shouting get him out! lady opened door, told them to f,,k off, then popped head into room and said dont worry love, same thing happened against man utd last week! what a star!


Exactly the same thing happened to me ; i may have followed you into the house. I was about 10 and had got a coach up

 

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View aberdeen eagle's Profile aberdeen eagle Flag Houston 17 Dec 13 2.34am Send a Private Message to aberdeen eagle Add aberdeen eagle as a friend

I can remember that Liverpool experience as if it was yesterday!!! Frantically running across Stanley Park and making the executive decision that being in the Kop was a more preferable option than being chased all the way back to the coaches at the end of the game!!!

Closely followed by the ambush at Stoke as we left the ground!

Those are priceless memories.

 

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Quote jamwom1971eagle at 16 Dec 2013 10.53pm

Quote delwboy at 10 Dec 2013 3.28pm


Football hooliganism carries a great deal of responsibility for the likes of Hillsborough and Haysel along with the isolated deaths over the years. Less seriously, it also keeps thousands of fans away from grounds that they would otherwise attend. Meanwhile, many idiots on here look back fondly.

Old soldiers 'look back fondly'at war memories,does that make them idiots!.I was at many of the games mentioned as a youngster (11 at Chelsea 76') and it's been a great trip down memory lane reading these stories.this thread is not about morals,just memories.


Well said jamwom. We all do stupid stuff when we're too young to know better, doesn't mean we can't look back with a chuckle does it?

 


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View elgrande's Profile elgrande Flag bedford 18 Dec 13 8.01pm Send a Private Message to elgrande Add elgrande as a friend

We know it was wrong,but as said we look back in fondness at some of the things that happened.

I make no bones I was a right little s***, but we grow up.

 


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Quote aberdeen eagle at 17 Dec 2013 2.34am

I can remember that Liverpool experience as if it was yesterday!!! Frantically running across Stanley Park and making the executive decision that being in the Kop was a more preferable option than being chased all the way back to the coaches at the end of the game!!!

Closely followed by the ambush at Stoke as we left the ground!

Those are priceless memories.


I was at that game - 2-1 victory in '79? - and in the Palace terrace behind the goal. Got the coach. No trouble at all our end at full time. Did you go by train? Probably left by a different entrance to us where their mob was waiting.

 


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Quote elgrande at 18 Dec 2013 8.01pm

We know it was wrong,but as said we look back in fondness at some of the things that happened.

I make no bones I was a right little s***, but we grow up.


Most of it was just stupid bravado and lots of shouting. surging and wind-milling from memory.

The other bit was sometimes sickening violence and way way over the top. Darts, Stanley knives, etc. Usually scousers though the ICF did knife an Arsenal fan to death in the tube one Saturday afternoon. Some took it just too seriously.

 


Big chest and massive boobs

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Eagles-Mad Flag Romford Essex 19 Dec 13 7.18pm

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Quote Sussex Based Palace at 11 Nov 2013 1.16pm

Lots of talk about QPR away in 1982, just seen this thred on BBS, Some of you may recognise a few faces.


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Edited by Sussex Based Palace (11 Nov 2013 1.17pm)

I can't access the picture because I'm not on the BBS but I take it it's the one taken outside Midland bank.
There's a young me in there maroon cardigan second row, know a few off them.

Edited by kevpofcpfc (11 Nov 2013 6.25pm)


Here y'go...


Recognise T.Elsie in the front with the top around his waste. Is that Clive Flemming behind?


Remember elsie well, last game of that season 81/82 we played Newcastle at home and it kicked off on the pitch after the game.
Elsie was fighting some big Geordie and the old bill went to nick him so he had it on his toes and almost got away but for some c*** of a steward to trip him up with a corner flag.
Last I heard he had gone to live in Australia but that was years ago.
Nice fella and always well turned out him and his little lot.

Monks Hills Lads, Always had a hardcore of Palace fans.


The Selsdon Massive.

 

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Quote aquickgame2 at 08 Nov 2013 4.41pm
Talking about clothes...Parkers,Combies,Ben Sherman or Brutus,Doc Martins,smooths or brogues,silk hankie,Prince of Wales checks,braces...what have I forgotton....I know one thing we all looked the dogs (well we thought we did)


Christ, sounds like the HF at the front of the B Block lol

 


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Quote aberdeen eagle at 17 Dec 2013 2.34am

I can remember that Liverpool experience as if it was yesterday!!! Frantically running across Stanley Park and making the executive decision that being in the Kop was a more preferable option than being chased all the way back to the coaches at the end of the game!!!

Closely followed by the ambush at Stoke as we left the ground!

Those are priceless memories.


I was at that game - 2-1 victory in '79? - and in the Palace terrace behind the goal. Got the coach. No trouble at all our end at full time. Did you go by train? Probably left by a different entrance to us where their mob was waiting.

I'm sure that was the game.... I remember leaving the Botham End and yes I think the train travelers (which I was on) and coaches went in different directions. We passed a grave yard where Stoke fans were hiding and waiting for us (sounds so funny now!!!). There were no police around and I had no wish to ruin my planned night out back in London so it was a head down and run to the station whilst a few brave souls decided to engage!!!! It was 30+ years ago but that's what my memory remembers!!!


 

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that last game of season v newcastle was correct, only i went to help elsie with the geordie, kev ran, i ended up trading blows with the geordie and we both got knicked, taken to norbury police station, cell door opens, and im put in the cell with 3 older geordies including the one i was scuffling with! lucky my one wasnt the main man, he said to the other two thats him! and the leader of the gang said f*** me, hes only a kid, and we chatted like old friends about the days out we had, funny! think elsie got into aus cos he wasnt a bad player himself and there standard wasnt up to much 30 yrs ago!

 

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aintree Flag liverpool 14 Mar 14 8.16pm

Quote croydon proud at 13 Feb 2014 5.52pm

that last game of season v newcastle was correct, only i went to help elsie with the geordie, kev ran, i ended up trading blows with the geordie and we both got knicked, taken to norbury police station, cell door opens, and im put in the cell with 3 older geordies including the one i was scuffling with! lucky my one wasnt the main man, he said to the other two thats him! and the leader of the gang said f*** me, hes only a kid, and we chatted like old friends about the days out we had, funny! think elsie got into aus cos he wasnt a bad player himself and there standard wasnt up to much 30 yrs ago!


Just seen this, im glad you can confirm it was Newcastle at home last game of 81/82 season.
My memory aint what it was.
What an end to a depressing season.
Little did we all know it was gonna get worse, what with mullery, crowds down to 5 grand at home and fighting relegation for the next 3 seasons to Divison 3.
Is elsie still in oz?

 

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IM not sure if hes stil there aintree but i know he was about ten years ago cos i was watching tv one saturday afternoon, just before grandstand or wotever, and a morning tv show was on, something like swapshop or schofield thing, and they went live to sydney on beach, might have been australia day or something, anyway, they were on beach and a motley bunch of aussies were trhere giving it large in the sun, and there was a familiar face , put on weight and had a pair of speedoes on, wasnt a great look! i wasnt realy watching till he said,, im kevin elsie from south croydon in surrey, i looked up and it was our kev! wanted to get my 50 quid fine off him for newcastle game! i know his brothers, nigel and trev, good palace boys to, just havent seen them for years!

 

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