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View croydon proud's Profile croydon proud Flag croydon 14 Mar 14 9.19pm Send a Private Message to croydon proud Add croydon proud as a friend

thinking about it, its 100 kev if youre feeling guilty!

 

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aintree Flag liverpool 14 Mar 14 10.24pm

Quote croydon proud at 14 Mar 2014 9.18pm

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!


Well at least it sounds like he made a good life for his self.
Good luck to him.
Nice fella.

 

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The old ICF boy Cass Pennant walked past me earlier - he lives right near me. He's old but still f***ing massive.

 


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Quote Penge Eagle at 15 Mar 2014 3.18pm

The old ICF boy Cass Pennant walked past me earlier - he lives right near me. He's old but still f***ing massive.


Didn't he have a sandwich shop or something similar at Penge East Station a few years back ?

 

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View croydon proud's Profile croydon proud Flag croydon 17 Mar 14 4.49pm Send a Private Message to croydon proud Add croydon proud as a friend

yes aintree, was a nice bloke, have you seen the picture on shepherds bush green? lots of the old faces are in it, was just after we came out of the telegraph pub i seem to remember. and think cass did have that sandwich shop in penge, they were a step above i think, we all had some good away days, dont think anyone would touch us on our day, like qpr in quarter final, but the icf had a good turn out most weeks!

 

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View croydon proud's Profile croydon proud Flag croydon 17 Mar 14 4.56pm Send a Private Message to croydon proud Add croydon proud as a friend

mind you, they got hammered in old kent road on way to us in cup, ham got off at new cross where wall had set a trap, two wall walking backwards when about 200 west ham came out looking for them, wall fellas ran into flats where 200 wall waiting with everything u could imagine, they had left them in bins nite before, i went to replay at upton park with a top mile end pal i worked with, he was with another top boy, they had respect, anyway, we werte in jrs at upton park, before game, and all the young west ham came in, under fives, about 200 strong, and i swear that half had plaster casts on there arms, they all paid respect to the two mile end mob i was with, and mumbled about south london c,,,s, then my mate said dont say that, hes one of them! nearly dropped with fright!

 

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to be fair to them, west ham, wall were going to sheffield utd i think the next week and met at london bridge at about 8 am on the saturday, and three transit vans pulled up full of west ham, came at wall with bats and choppers, like i said, they were game, they could have been having a lay in!

 

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Quote kenners46 at 17 Mar 2014 8.28am

Quote Penge Eagle at 15 Mar 2014 3.18pm

The old ICF boy Cass Pennant walked past me earlier - he lives right near me. He's old but still f***ing massive.


Didn't he have a sandwich shop or something similar at Penge East Station a few years back ?


Yeah it was opened by his mate, Frank Bruno. It's closed now. There's a plaque on the wall there. Can't believe the plaque is still there. Must be impossible to take off the wall.

The newsagent and convenience store owned by the same Asian bloke/family coin it in along there now. No Supermarket express store nearby so they get all footfall. Decent chippy/kebabage shop there too.

 


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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 17 Mar 14 5.11pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Saw a DVD called 'Hooligans' via Blockbuster a few years ago. Loads of clips & interviews with 2 West Ham, 1 Spurs, 1 Millwall. 1 of the West Ham was 1 of Pennant's 2 closest pals. The other was a Cockney Joe Pesci lookalike. You'll know his face. Anyway, came out with the story of early '80s, train to Norwood Junction. In those days there were 100 or something 12 year olds getting into it. They get off at New Cross Gate. Millwall are ready for them. He didn't say where but it'd have to be at the pub outside on the fork or the one down the slope on the right. Millwall were tooled up and he and his mate got chased by 1 with an axe onto a bus or something. I think the axe went into 1 head properly. Some E London kids got badly hurt that day. Then the teams met again when Millwall got relegated in '90.

 


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View croydon proud's Profile croydon proud Flag croydon 17 Mar 14 6.03pm Send a Private Message to croydon proud Add croydon proud as a friend

thats same thing rudi, but they wernt 12 year olds, the reason you have that in your memory is cos they were a mob at west ham called the under fives, there were hundreds of them and they were younger than most of the icf but stil a good firm, we met them at east croydon one saturday when we were playing brighton at home,during a scuffle in george st one of ours shouted you brighton c,,,s, and the guy he had on ground said were west ham, come to see wot all the fuss is about! well we all stopped scuffling and the west ham lads teamed up with us in croydon, was always lots of bha walking about and we did bump into them!

 

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aintree Flag liverpool 17 Mar 14 8.12pm

Quote croydon proud at 17 Mar 2014 4.49pm

yes aintree, was a nice bloke, have you seen the picture on shepherds bush green? lots of the old faces are in it, was just after we came out of the telegraph pub i seem to remember. and think cass did have that sandwich shop in penge, they were a step above i think, we all had some good away days, dont think anyone would touch us on our day, like qpr in quarter final, but the icf had a good turn out most weeks!


Yes mate what a day that was.
One the best mobs we ever had that day.
That mob after the game would have took some shifting.
Chelsea played spurs in the other quarter final that day a Stamford bridge and there was more trouble at qpr.
Can you imagine that today ,two London derby quarter finals played in west london at the same time on the same day.
Beggars belief that they suffered it then.

 

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lol, suprised we didnt go on to fulham broadway after, would have been untouchable together, i got chucked out of the game at very beginning and about 10 qpr faces were waiting by gate, they must have been banned and they were straight on me, chased me down a long alley where there were another ten sitting down at end, shouting for them to stop me, the other ten sitting down pretended they couldnt make out wot my chasing pack were howling and let me run thru them, i would have been lynched! it was top boys chasing me, nasty guys from ladbroke grove, ones written a book since, used to wear those deerstalker hats, i went straight back to ground and sneaked into qpr end seats, was behind palace guy in sheepskin waving the fans on to pitch, think he was called pat t!

 

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