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Old 16-02-2007, 02:12 PM
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That was a fantastic day! I remember that once it had all calmed down, Palace fans stormed the pitch again. The players went up into one of the upper tiers to throw their kits down to the Palace fans. I recall seeing a football boot being lobbed down, catching one unaware fan right in the face.

On the way out of the ground three QPR lads tried to get at the Palace fans, one holding only what I can describe as a machete. He was tackled and given a bit of a kicking by a couple of coppers before he got to the away fans.
I managed to get one of the Palace shirts that day. It turned out to be the legendary Jamie Moralee's.
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Most certainly do Having missed about 6 games in the previous 7 years, bar Tottenham away in the August, this was the last time I saw a Palace game in just under 8 years

Of the £591 fine that had to be paid at £20/week from 04/09/1992 (or 7 days inside) to this day £591 remains outstanding. Can't pay for something I didn't do. Found out at Newcastle a couple of years ago (0-0) who the culprit was
Well we met you at Charing Cross and tubed it across to West London. You weren't allowed in the ground and according to you spent the first half in the pub. You got in the ground later in the side bit, probably when they opened the gates. You were then spotted running across the pitch. Think you then got escorted off the pitch. Next thing I heard you had been arrested because of an alleged run in with a police horse I believe.

TBH I am suprised you remember anything Mel!
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What a night the Chelsea cup game in '93 was! where I was in Compound 2, Chelsea definitely got the worst of it - mind you it was hard to tell at times who was who!
One of the best games ever, although didn't realise at the time that it'd be the last time to date that I'd see us beat them. Would of celebrated even more wildly if I'd known. Was about 16 at the time and remember for some reason we travelled up to Victoria beforehand and then got the train back south to Selhurst. Train was packed with wasted Chelsea fans and we got quite a lot of stick, some friendly some not. Their behaviour got to the point that the train driver stopped the train and announced that he wouldn't continue to Selhurst until people behaved themselves. I'd say the Holmesdale was about 1/3 Chelsea that day and it was a hostile atmopshere. Remember some huge neanderthal getting my friend by the throat at the end for daring to sing a Palace song. Coleman's goal with the ball sticking in the mud and nearly not creeping over as he ran away to celbrate and when Townsend scored for Chelsea nearly the whole old stand going up. There were loads of the buggers there that day, no doubt having made the long journey from Croydon and Bromley!

The worst take over of Selhurst though was the Man Utd game later that season, it honestly felt like being at an away game in the home end.
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Re: fan trouble at Selhurst.

We always seemed to have a good ding-dong with Arsenal in the eighties, although we were always well outnumbered. Their fans seemed to be the most obnoxious and arrogant at the time.

One occasion, no idea what year, the Whitehorse mob hid at the back of the Holmesdale, behind the grassy bank at the top, while us regular Holmesdale Enders took up our usual places (acting as bait!). The Arsenal fans arrived as expected and steamed in to the Holmesdale, initially appearing to take over as usual, only to be sent fleeing with their collective tails between their legs as the Whitehorse mob came 'over the hill' and surprised them.

Unfortunately weight of numbers eventually told and they still managed to take over half the Holmesdale, but it wasn't the total capitulation that we normally witnessed against the big London Clubs.
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Re: Re: fan trouble at Selhurst.

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We always seemed to have a good ding-dong with Arsenal in the eighties, although we were always well outnumbered. Their fans seemed to be the most obnoxious and arrogant at the time.

One occasion, no idea what year, the Whitehorse mob hid at the back of the Holmesdale, behind the grassy bank at the top, while us regular Holmesdale Enders took up our usual places (acting as bait!). The Arsenal fans arrived as expected and steamed in to the Holmesdale, initially appearing to take over as usual, only to be sent fleeing with their collective tails between their legs as the Whitehorse mob came 'over the hill' and surprised them.

Unfortunately weight of numbers eventually told and they still managed to take over half the Holmesdale, but it wasn't the total capitulation that we normally witnessed against the big London Clubs.
This incident is mentioned in the book "Hooligans" together with other clashes with Arsenal including the taking of the North Bank and a row at Euston.

With regard to previous posts Chelsea were twatted everywhere in compound 2 the night of that league cup game.
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Re: Re: Re: fan trouble at Selhurst.

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This incident is mentioned in the book "Hooligans" together with other clashes with Arsenal including the taking of the North Bank and a row at Euston.

With regard to previous posts Chelsea were twatted everywhere in compound 2 the night of that league cup game.
Out of interest what does it say about the row at Euston?
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This incident is mentioned in the book "Hooligans" together with other clashes with Arsenal including the taking of the North Bank
Ah now that was a day to remember as well!

They got their own back at Victoria afterwards though.
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This incident is mentioned in the book "Hooligans" together with other clashes with Arsenal including the taking of the North Bank and a row at Euston.

With regard to previous posts Chelsea were twatted everywhere in compound 2 the night of that league cup game.
Did the book mention the use of a fire extingusher at euston ?
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Out of interest what does it say about the row at Euston?
Both teams were playing in the North West. There had been some banter between the two sets of fans in the morning. When CP arrived back at Euston that night Arsenal were waiting. Sadly for Arsenal they received a bity of a pasting including some hit with fire extinguishers. The book mentions that was why they mobbed up in the Holmesdale as mentioned in the post above.
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Did the book mention the use of a fire extingusher at euston ?
See my post. Yes !!

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Birmingham at SP in May 1989 is easily the worst I have seen involving Palace. To watch mounted policemen on horses charge across the pitch from the corner of the main stand/Whitehorse Lane towards the Birmingham 'fans' in the opposite corner has remained long in the memory.

Birmingham fans had come in fancy dress to 'celebrate' their relegation to Division Three and the problem began when three hundred or so of them arrived late and forced their way in. Trouble started after Ian Wright scored out first goal after about ten minutes and game held up for thirty minutes.
This was my first game........I was nine. What a memory.....
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Who was at norwich away some bank holiday many moons ago when it all kicked off before and after the game probaly worst trouble i have seen at a palace game ,
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WBA away 1987 - Brum supporters turned up for Palace in the town centre in retaliation for an 'altercation' on a train the week before.

Seem to remember a barman getting a dart in the neck that day, also one Palace supporter in hospital before the match and also being outnumbered about 10-1 in the town centre with ahail of beer glasses flying through the air....

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Seem to remember a barman getting a dart in the neck that day, also one Palace supporter in hospital before the match and also being outnumbered about 10-1 in the town centre with ahail of beer glasses flying through the air....

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This incident is mentioned in the book "Hooligans" together with other clashes with Arsenal including the taking of the North Bank and a row at Euston.

With regard to previous posts Chelsea were twatted everywhere in compound 2 the night of that league cup game.
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Both teams were playing in the North West. There had been some banter between the two sets of fans in the morning. When CP arrived back at Euston that night Arsenal were waiting. Sadly for Arsenal they received a bity of a pasting including some hit with fire extinguishers. The book mentions that was why they mobbed up in the Holmesdale as mentioned in the post above.
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