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Wasn't that the same day as the SAS storming the embassy and I think the world snooker championship final was also the same day. I remember thinking what an action packed day
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Wasn't that the same day as the SAS storming the embassy and I think the world snooker championship final was also the same day. I remember thinking what an action packed day
I always associate that day with George Graham's testimonial v Chelsea, or it may have been Jim Cannon's first one?

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It was George Graham's 05/05/80.

My first away game was at Highbury. It was on my 11th birthday, March 1980. I went with my Dad and Grandad, we drew 1-1, Liam Brady for them and a Gerry Francis penalty for us.

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I always associate that day with George Graham's testimonial v Chelsea, or it may have been Jim Cannon's first one?

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It was George Graham's 05/05/80.

My first away game was at Highbury. It was on my 11th birthday, March 1980. I went with my Dad and Grandad, we drew 1-1, Liam Brady for them and a Gerry Francis penalty for us.
Francis missed that penalty late on. Kenny scored for us that day - I was there with my Grandad as well!
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Old 20-05-2014, 09:08 PM
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Francis missed that penalty late on. Kenny scored for us that day - I was there with my Grandad as well!
It's was a double exciting game for me. My first away game and also my birthday

I remember Francis taking the penalty, I thought he scored it, but now you come to mention it Sansom's name and scoring is vaguely coming back to me. Not bad for 34 years ago! I still have the programme. My Grandad made me a massive football pitch birthday cake.
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1974 Delboy....... the day Don Rogers left as part of the deal with QPR, I would have said it was a Friday night game packed with Palace in front of one of the stands as well as at one end. Taylor was great that night but think it was Chatterton that scored, interesting train journey back into London

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It was the 1-0 '74 I was referring to as my first. I was in with the southend! I was also at the 2-1 as well. I was 15 :-)
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Orient away, 1979. Won 1-0 I think.
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1980 Nottingham Forest away, we lost 4-0 and Trevor Francis broke his leg
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lol Francis was playing for them, next game was Manchester United away lost 2-1 in the league cup, got there late and missed all the goals
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lol Francis was playing for them, next game was Manchester United away lost 2-1 in the league cup, got there late and missed all the goals
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shrewsbury away, the game after we missed all the pens against Brighton, what a shit hole. the man in the boat fishing the ball back was interesting
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Was that the game where it absolutely poured down ,and they let all the plebs on the terraces into the stands to get out of it?
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