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Old 06-05-2014, 02:15 PM
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Barnsley, 1989, 1-1 apparently - don't actually remember.

Best part of the match? - 6 months later seeing a 'Spot the Ball' entry with a picture of the match, with me and my mate visible in the background.
Couldn't remember where the ball was at the time, so didn't enter that week.
If it was in season 88/89 I got married that day (and still am to Mrs Dan who comes to an occasional game). My best man gave out the result and I think Kevin Taylor was the scorer
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Old 06-05-2014, 02:16 PM
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I know it was a friendly against Gillingham, but have no idea what the score was or even when it was (96 maybe). My uncle took me as I got in free as I was 5.
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Barnsley, 1989, 1-1 apparently - don't actually remember.

Best part of the match? - 6 months later seeing a 'Spot the Ball' entry with a picture of the match, with me and my mate visible in the background.
Couldn't remember where the ball was at the time, so didn't enter that week.
We were at that game. I've got it in me head that it was on Sunday.
Also they had the loudest PA system in the whole wide world.
Courtney was the ref and before ko he was having some banter with us. I hate refs but always liked Courtney. Well him and Kelvin Morton for his comedy value.
And I'm sure one of the Futcher brothers scored for Barnsley but I'm probably wrong.
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Chelsea away 1976 cup run for me, my first league away game was millwall first game of the following season.
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Old 13-05-2014, 07:08 AM
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Barnsley away in 1999 it was a great day we won but can remember score the day was perfect till we come to london st pancreas on way home it was bout 9.00 at night pitch black raining and the fathers friend decided to fall of kerb in to a busy main road and we ended up in hospital til 2am and as I'm a avid collected of pin badges and key rings I lost them so have no memerablia for that game
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Old 13-05-2014, 07:14 AM
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Old 13-05-2014, 08:56 PM
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Probably unusually my first game was an away game: the penultimate game of 1978/79 at Orient.

I asked my dad recently why he took me to that as a first game and he had no idea. He wasn't into football much, though he played Sunday League. I was a first generation Palace fan and had been whining about going for years. It was usually friends who took me after that; my second game was the next one when we were crowned Div 2 Champions. Not bad for a first game at Selhurst. Every crowd ever since has been smaller!

At Brisbane Road he didn't take me in the packed away end, we sat in a stand that seemed enormous, looking down on the seething mass of jubilant Palace fans on our right. I was transfixed. When Swindlehurst scored past Jackson a lot of Palace went up in our stand. I think it was the first time I ever went to the East End.
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Old 13-05-2014, 09:03 PM
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Probably unusually my first game was an away game: the penultimate game of 1978/79 at Orient.

I asked my dad recently why he took me to that as a first game and he had no idea. He wasn't into football much, though he played Sunday League. I was a first generation Palace fan and had been whining about going for years. It was usually friends who took me after that; my second game was the next one when we were crowned Div 2 Champions. Not bad for a first game at Selhurst. Every crowd ever since has been smaller!

At Brisbane Road he didn't take me in the packed away end, we sat in a stand that seemed enormous, looking down on the seething mass of jubilant Palace fans on our right. I was transfixed. When Swindlehurst scored past Jackson a lot of Palace went up in our stand. I think it was the first time I ever went to the East End.
Funny enough that was my first away game too. I remember seeing Brian Moore, the late commentator of the Big Match, and my mate asked him who he wanted to win and he replied " not your lot" !! The presenters didn't like us in those days either....
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Old 13-05-2014, 09:13 PM
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Arsenal away 1969-70 - our 1st season in Division 1 - can not remember the score perhaps a draw? For some unknown reason I went to all the Arsenal away games in those 4 1st division seasons
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Think mine was Old Trafford, November 1990. Lost 2-0.

Me and the Mrs drove up and back in my old company car, a Ford Escort. Keeping it real.
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We were at that game. I've got it in me head that it was on Sunday.
Also they had the loudest PA system in the whole wide world.
Courtney was the ref and before ko he was having some banter with us. I hate refs but always liked Courtney. Well him and Kelvin Morton for his comedy value.
And I'm sure one of the Futcher brothers scored for Barnsley but I'm probably wrong.
I do remember Wright being substituted for Jonny Salako, leaving the pitch on the opposite side to the dug-out. Then walking past the away end.
He wasn't a happy bunny.
Also some issue with their keeper and his hat.
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I remember the third was a break away 2 v 1, Armstrong and Salako, and the whole terrace behind the goal waving for Salako (I think) to square it to Armstrong (again, I think - might have been the other way around) who had an open goal in front of him. He did, and the surge on the terrace picked me up and carried me forward.
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FA Cup 3rd Round, January 1967. Lost 3-0, spat on by Leeds fans and hit by a slow moving car. My momma told me there'd be days like this.

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Fulham away 2004/05. New Year's Day and we lost 3-1. AJ pen and Andy Cole netted a couple if I remember rightly.

Although I do vividly remember my dad chundering at the train station on the way to the game because he'd had a bit too much on NYE
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1980 something or other. Away at the Arse. Just after kick off loads of trouble n strife at the Clock End (i.e. where the Arse fans stood). Thirty or so fans escorted by the old Bill into the Palace away end. Only then to find out they were actually arse fans finding a good way of getting into the Palace end. Much laughter and the odd scuffle or two.
Why do so many fans have fond memories of the flat cap and wippet brigade at Barnsley.
I remember the first match i went there it was that bad i everyone was watching the local football on the pitch behind the away end, or when it rained so much with no where to hid or the not so good memories of Wright n Bright getting some serious anti chanting, they answered them the best way, scoring a few goals for a win away.
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