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View Pav's Profile Pav Flag Crystal Palace 16 Apr 03 12.49pm Send a Private Message to Pav Add Pav as a friend

kav,

yah, yah... definitely... na zdorov'e!

 


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Sorry,my Russian`s not up to scratch.Tsar anyway though.

 


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View EEAAGGLLEESS's Profile EEAAGGLLEESS Flag 16 Apr 03 1.28pm Send a Private Message to EEAAGGLLEESS Add EEAAGGLLEESS as a friend

This post has been merged from a topic called 'Going to Millwall - on a serious note' by Penge Eagle

Ive read what other people have been saying about going to Millwall on Monday, and quite frankly, have become a little worried.

I have never been to Millwall away before, and so I dont know what to expect.

Is it really not safe to go?

Surely the police presence there would be enough to prevent any trouble occuring around the ground, and at particular spots, such as local train stations?

Just as a precaution I would not be wearing club colours.

 


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This post has been merged from a topic called 'Going to Millwall - on a serious note' by Penge Eagle

Quote EEAAGGLLEESS at 16 Apr 2003 1:28pm

Ive read what other people have been saying about going to Millwall on Monday, and quite frankly, have become a little worried.

I have never been to Millwall away before, and so I dont know what to expect.

Is it really not safe to go?

Surely the police presence there would be enough to prevent any trouble occuring around the ground, and at particular spots, such as local train stations?

Just as a precaution I would not be wearing club colours.

Is it really not safe to go? No, not in my opinion. The New Den is one of the grounds I've never had a problem with and last time I had to walk from Surry Quays, through THAT estate and into the Cold Blow Lane end.

It's the same as any football ground/street/pub etc, if you want a fight, you'll get one, if you don't, you won't.

 


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"If you aint fly you cant play with my yo-yo".

I'm sure you'll agree.

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View pint of mild's Profile pint of mild Flag Now back in lovely sunny Bromley 16 Apr 03 2.10pm Send a Private Message to pint of mild Add pint of mild as a friend

This post has been merged from a topic called 'Going to Millwall - on a serious note' by Penge Eagle

The best way to go is get a train from london bridge to south bermondsey & also on the way back!!

If you are looking for trouble you will find it but like most of us Palace fans it is so easy to avoid it!!

I really can't see it being that bad anyway since last season there is so much police presence
millwall can not allow anymore trouble...

 


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it was an inspired run...

All for the greater Good!!!

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View monkey's Profile monkey Flag Made in Bromley 16 Apr 03 2.31pm Send a Private Message to monkey Add monkey as a friend

seagulls4dinner-Not every palace fan lives In South Norwood!!!! some of us,In fact, a bloody lot of us live a lot more than 6 miles away!!!

I've been to Millwall away plenty of times over the years,but I just don't fancy this one!!

If me thinking It's just a waste of a good bank holiday makes me a bad supporter In some peoples eyes then so be It, because quite frankly I don't give a monkeys!!!

I'm a stripey Nigel and those millwall fans burp and fart and shout rude things at us!!

 

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Jake d'Eagle Flag in the section labelled 'shirts', ... 16 Apr 03 3.16pm

I'm going to the Rotherham game, but I really can't justify two 300 mile trips on Bank Holiday trains in 3 days.

It wouldn't matter whether we were at home, Leicester was my nearest fixture, and they've gone up now.

I won't go to Milwall for one simple reason, I won't put any money into their club. Every club has a 'troublesome' element, (Wolves and Rotherham spring readily to mind), but no other club celebrates it like they do.

Decent clubs and supporters detest thuggery and violence, all Milwall has done is banned theirs from home games (for how long ??), which expalins why their home attendance is so low, but their away support is disproportinately high.

 


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View kav's Profile kav Flag The Helicopter View 16 Apr 03 3.18pm Send a Private Message to kav Add kav as a friend

Exactly!No bloody table manners AT ALL!Good point about distance though.Although I personally don`t see the point in justifying myself to seagulls4dinner considering my earlier post.Contradictory and all that.

 


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View cranes park eagle's Profile cranes park eagle Flag surbiton 16 Apr 03 3.49pm Send a Private Message to cranes park eagle Add cranes park eagle as a friend

Jamesy has this right. Millwall fans still wait outside to sort out visiting fans. Nobody seems able to sort this out. I wonder how many of these thugs go to the game now. Fear of being done in by these people I am sure outweighs worries about how our team might go on the pitch. Millwall must lose a fortune out of this. Ps from october to february I reckon I missed one game so I can be arsed thankyou very much

 


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View Boyce Boi's Profile Boyce Boi Flag Hookey Street 16 Apr 03 4.12pm Send a Private Message to Boyce Boi Add Boyce Boi as a friend

The round this discussion of for once and for all I think the following is adequate:-

Seagulls4dinner, you're a twit for starting this.

All those that go, enjoy !.

All those that don't, enjoy whatever you do.

Were all palace fans and shall remain so whether we go or not.

And as previously stated

I SHALL BE MOSTLY SINKING MY NUTS !

Edited by Boyce Boi (16 Apr 2003 4:21pm)

Edited by Boyce Boi (16 Apr 2003 4:21pm)

 


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Quote Boyce Boi at 16 Apr 2003 4:12pm

The round this discussion of for once and for all I think the following is adequate:-

Seagulls4dinner, you're a twit for starting this.

All those that go, enjoy !.

All those that don't, enjoy whatever you do.

Were all palace fans and shall remain so whether we go or not.

And as previously stated

I SHALL BE MOSTLY SINKING MY NUTS !

Edited by Boyce Boi (16 Apr 2003 4:21pm)

Edited by Boyce Boi (16 Apr 2003 4:21pm)

Thanks, BB. And while you're busy sinking your nuts, would you be so kind as to....

Stick a pony in me pocket etc.

 


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View Jamesey's Profile Jamesey Flag Wandsworth 16 Apr 03 4.52pm Send a Private Message to Jamesey Add Jamesey as a friend

Quote matt_the_eagle at 16 Apr 2003 1:50pm

Is it really not safe to go? No, not in my opinion. The New Den is one of the grounds I've never had a problem with and last time I had to walk from Surry Quays, through THAT estate and into the Cold Blow Lane end.

It's the same as any football ground/street/pub etc, if you want a fight, you'll get one, if you don't, you won't.

I wasn't looking for a fight when I left the away supporters end at the Den in 1996(?) when we thumped them 4-1, Matt. Even though I was well over 50 even then, on my own and not wearing any colours, the neanderthals were waiting and indiscriminately attacking anyone who walked out of the Palace section. The police sat on their horses and watched. I was sincerely glad to get away from that in one piece and, apart from a few summer friendlies, have never been back. Echoing what has already been said on this thread, no football fan should have to suffer that sort of behaviour.

 


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