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Old 04-08-2007, 04:03 PM
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I had forgot about that! It came as a bit of a shock to see us take so many away!
Then we lost 5-0. Bloody typical!!
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Then we lost 5-0. Bloody typical!!
One of the few times where Palace fans ran riot after a game. Also remember the Oxford fans running away after a few Palace tried (and failed) to get on the pitch!
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Old 04-08-2007, 04:34 PM
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One of the few times where Palace fans ran riot after a game. Also remember the Oxford fans running away after a few Palace tried (and failed) to get on the pitch!
To cold to bloody fight!!! Couldnt feel my hands or feet!
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Old 04-08-2007, 05:15 PM
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Apart from the amount of Palace there I can't remember too much bar a few 'incidents'. There was a fair amount of trouble in the Palace end I think with the police, on the way back to the station a load of Palace smashed a pub up on the corner and when we got to the station the police telling us where we should expect the train to be bricked. They were spot on with that We lost 1-0 I think to a retaken penalty.
Certainly more than the usual share of piss artists at this one,.I remember after the game the police were all down one side of the escort.About a hundred palace took off down a side road on the right.Couldnt believe their luck that they were not followed by the boys in blue.Unfortunately the road was a horseshoe and they rejoined the escort about 200 yards further on.
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What about Middlesborough in '87???Simod cup quarter final.Only about 50 of us travelled that day.I think most Palace fans were at Selhurst to cheer on Kettering v the chavs in 4th round of the F.A Cup.We won 3-2 that day.Loads of trouble after the game....We even got bricked at Darlo station(after a good few at the local hostelery)!
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Certainly more than the usual share of piss artists at this one,.I remember after the game the police were all down one side of the escort.About a hundred palace took off down a side road on the right.Couldnt believe their luck that they were not followed by the boys in blue.Unfortunately the road was a horseshoe and they rejoined the escort about 200 yards further on.
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What about Middlesborough in '87???Simod cup quarter final.Only about 50 of us travelled that day.I think most Palace fans were at Selhurst to cheer on Kettering v the chavs in 4th round of the F.A Cup.We won 3-2 that day.Loads of trouble after the game....We even got bricked at Darlo station(after a good few at the local hostelery)!
More than 50 on the terrace plus the lot in the seats, your right though trouble after the game.
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Old 06-08-2007, 06:17 PM
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More than 50 on the terrace plus the lot in the seats, your right though trouble after the game.
Sorry,I meant to say about 50 on the special.
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1-on our way back to the battle ground that was euston station on the special trains and hearing that there was going to be millwall,pompey and cockney reds and whoever else specials pulling in at a similar time to us.I was always glad to get back to Bromley South unscathed.

2-exactly 63 of us up at Shrewsbury one tuesday night

3-one season where every bloody away game I went to we seemed to lose 1-0,above shrewsbury game was one of them.

4-beating brum 6-0 away

5-us taking over loftus road In the FA cup quarter final in 1982

6-leaning over the wall at the front of the away end at loftus road and peeling up their plastic pitch layer by layer and having my fingers trodden on by a fascist steward.

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What about Middlesborough in '87???Simod cup quarter final.Only about 50 of us travelled that day.I think most Palace fans were at Selhurst to cheer on Kettering v the chavs in 4th round of the F.A Cup.We won 3-2 that day.Loads of trouble after the game....We even got bricked at Darlo station(after a good few at the local hostelery)!
Great day indeed. Anyone remember they were chucking golf balls at us from the seats! Now that's what I call preparation.

Most Northern games - always being asked the time coming away from the ground. Getting very good at Lancashire and Yorkshire accents depending on where we were.

Wizz holding back about 200 Bolton fans' at the top steps of the station. Someone must have the story of him giving the Half Time team talk on the pitch at Peterborough!!

Budgie Burridge getting drop kicked at Loftus Road in the League game by 'a fan'. Then, in the Cup game, people using lighter fluid to try and set fire to their plastic pitch. Never mind the Clowns, that was a proper rivalry back then - always pitched battles in the streets outside Loftus Road...don't think my feet touched the terrace floor in the Quarter Final: 24,000 that day. Good atmosphere the following year at West Ham in the Replay too.
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Great day indeed. Anyone remember they were chucking golf balls at us from the seats! Now that's what I call preparation.

Most Northern games - always being asked the time coming away from the ground. Getting very good at Lancashire and Yorkshire accents depending on where we were.

Wizz holding back about 200 Bolton fans' at the top steps of the station. Someone must have the story of him giving the Half Time team talk on the pitch at Peterborough!!



Budgie Burridge getting drop kicked at Loftus Road in the League game by 'a fan'.

Then, in the Cup game, people using lighter fluid to try and set fire to their plastic pitch.

Never mind the Clowns, that was a proper rivalry back then - always pitched battles in the streets outside Loftus Road...don't think my feet touched the terrace floor in the Quarter Final: 24,000 that day. Good atmosphere the following year at West Ham in the Replay too.
Does anyone know if Wizz has finished his government course yet?
I was standing next to the bloke who drop kicked Budgie, as I remember he was actually a spurs fan but got emotionally caught up in a 'Palace of passion'.
He just said " it watch this " and off he went.
Bloody lino just would not catch light, I tried.
I always thought at the time that QP ha were a bunch of pussies tbh, but we really did always used to go there on mass.
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Does anyone know if Wizz has finished his government course yet?

He was still 'on it' in 2004.


I was standing next to the bloke who drop kicked Budgie, as I remember he was actually a spurs fan but got emotionally caught up in a 'Palace of passion'.
He just said " it watch this " and off he went.

Err, think he's always been solidly Palace - does sounds like you had your leg pulled...Budgie however nearly had his leg pulled off.


Bloody lino just would not catch light, I tried.



I always thought at the time that QP ha were a bunch of pussies tbh, but we really did always used to go there on mass.

Always been a good away day.
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Recall Nottingham Forest away mid-80's and their infamous 'POW holding-pen'. The train station had two entrances; one for the general public and one for us riff-raff getting off the football-special. Then you were held in a pen built with enough chicken-wire that probably meant some local company did their entire year's takings in one order ... there was even chicken-wire over our heads. No way out unless you had a pair of wire-cutters.

To round it off the local Constabulary then made everyone sit down on the freezing cold-concrete. Nice. When you were good and cold and riddled with hypothermia (it was November/December-ish), the Police then gave you a nice long escorted walk to the ground crossing back and forth over the Trent perhaps half a dozen times.

Very surreal and very far removed from these sanitised times ... miss it though to be honest
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Recall Nottingham Forest away mid-80's and their infamous 'POW holding-pen'. The train station had two entrances; one for the general public and one for us riff-raff getting off the football-special. Then you were held in a pen built with enough chicken-wire that probably meant some local company did their entire year's takings in one order ... there was even chicken-wire over our heads. No way out unless you had a pair of wire-cutters.

To round it off the local Constabulary then made everyone sit down on the freezing cold-concrete. Nice. When you were good and cold and riddled with hypothermia (it was November/December-ish), the Police then gave you a nice long escorted walk to the ground crossing back and forth over the Trent perhaps half a dozen times.

Very surreal and very far removed from these sanitised times ... miss it though to be honest
Think this used to happen over at stoke as well,certainly remember the old bill hold us back at the staion.
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Great day indeed. Anyone remember they were chucking golf balls at us from the seats! Now that's what I call preparation.

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I was a regular on Coach One from 1973 until 1994 and have many great memories as I went to nearly every game.

I remember our regular coach breaking down on the way to Selhurst to take us up to Blackburn and we ended up travelling in a luxury double-decker coach complete with imitation flowers on the tables.
You should have seen the locals faces when we were dropped off at Blackburn as they thought that we must have been loaded.

On a trip to Oldham we only realised that we had left our mate behind at the ground once we were on the motorway back to London, as his jacket was on the back seat.
It was pouring down and the police had to get him back to London.

We had a snowball fight against the police on another trip to Oldham and as there were about 400 Palace fans to about 10 coppers they ran for cover as we were trying to knock their helmets off.

The worst trouble was at Chelsea on the North Bank when we beat them 3-2 as a third division side and the crowd was 54,000.

One of the worst trips was Newcastle where they pelted us with cutlery and lighted Newcastle Brown Molotov cocktails which exploded on the terrace.

At Wolves they pelted us with potatoes with razor blades stuck in them, but after the game Palace ambushed them and trapped them in a tunnel,
I left to leave them to their fate, whatever they got was fully deserved after the potato throwing incident in the ground.

Thankfully these days football is much safer due to the advent of CCTV and I would never condone violence although a lot of trouble from my experience has been caused by over-zealous stewarding and policing especially when we visited Northern teams and I can even remember our coach being boarded by police before a match and them referring to us as Cockney Scum which was well out of order.
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Setting off late for a cup game over at the O's, in the back seat of the twins' ford capri and taking the bend around the victoria park turn at 80mph thinking we'd never make the game.

The football match at the services away at Shrewsbury (20 a side) in the car park and Maskell telling us to all get back on the coach or they were turning us around back to London.

Catching the 75 bus to Charlton , getting off at the top of Vanburgh Park only to find every pub full of Palace.

The trip to Derby when Denny chinned someone in the main stand and we got ambushed on the way out.

QPR away 6/3/1982 Palace everywhere and we got done by Palace on the way back to Shepherds Bush Stn. (my 21st party that night)
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The trip to Derby when Denny chinned someone in the main stand and we got ambushed on the way out.
This is one of the funniest football stories I've ever heard when told - shame it's reduced here to just a line. Love to see it fully told in all its glory here. (Not funny that you got 'done' by the way, but please retell the events wth background of the whole day if you do get the chance... )
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Great day indeed. Anyone remember they were chucking golf balls at us from the seats! Now that's what I call preparation.

So they had stopped chucking darts by then?
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So they had stopped chucking darts by then?
Yep and there was a big bloke with a shot put but I didn't hang about to find what that was about.

Got held in for ages, but it was a real high...to think - we were in the SEMI Final of the Zenith Data Systems Trophy / Cup.

Super Al was 'born' that day.
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