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Old 14-03-2012, 12:15 PM
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Great photos, quick teaser for you.
Who is the ex Palace player in the 2nd Blackpool photo?
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People moan about the state of the place now.If it rained back then and you were not inthe old stand you were cattle trucked.In the last picture why is someone walking across the penalty area in front of Jacko while a game is going on? Obviously security was a lot laxer in bygone days.
It looks like the pre match warm up and that's probably Mr Collect the Track Suit Tops man (looks like the opposition were just running out, no sign of any of them except one in the corner of the pic).

Then again it might be a streaker who though it was too cold to get his clobber off.
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Hope this works as I have never attached pictures before.

I have attached a picture of the Whitehorse Lane on 7 May 1983 v Derby, and two pictures of a packed Selhurst when we played West Ham in the FA Cup in 1984 (I think)

Note there is no over-the-top segregation in the Arthur Wait
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Hope this works as I have never attached pictures before.

I have attached a picture of the Whitehorse Lane on 7 May 1983 v Derby, and two pictures of a packed Selhurst when we played West Ham in the FA Cup in 1984 (I think)

Note there is no over-the-top segregation in the Arthur Wait
28k V West Ham and barely a copper or deranged steward in sight.

Where did it all go so wrong?
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Youngsters today have no concept of the buzz in a swaying packed Holmesdale terrace and the added excitement when it was frosty. Hopefully they will get the same lifelong addiction as we did though when they hear the crowd getting behind 'our' team
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Got this from the official site, the 'Arthur Wait' in 1939.

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I have attached a picture of the Whitehorse Lane on 7 May 1983 v Derby
What is the bloke in the pale blue shirt doing against the back wall?

He looks like he's being frisked by an invisible copper.

Maybe he just crucified himself having to watch that shit back then.

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The previous season Palace had sold probably their best player, Alan Stephenson to West Ham for ₤100,000, this money was being used to fund the building of the Park Road Stand (Which would later became known as the Arthur Wait Stand). The estimated cost was an incredible ₤158,000, and was expected to be complete by February ’69.
I am not sure that newspaper report is correct. Bert Head always said that the sale of Alan Stepenson, which was not well received by most Palace fans of the time -in my view he was the best Centre Half we have ever seen in a Palace shirt- allowed him to sign the players who were the missing pieces from the promotion jigsaw, they were much like the sort of buys we see from Dougie today:

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Hope this works as I have never attached pictures before.

I have attached a picture of the Whitehorse Lane on 7 May 1983 v Derby, and two pictures of a packed Selhurst when we played West Ham in the FA Cup in 1984 (I think)

Note there is no over-the-top segregation in the Arthur Wait
How much did the AW originally hold as it looks immense in that picture .
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I,m pretty sure there was 27,000 at Selhurst for that West Ham day!!
Yep, the replay was played only 3 days later and also drew 27,000.

Our next home game v Middlesbrough drew a massive 4,819...(thanks to Ian King and his book for the info )
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Remember the Blackpool match as the coldest match I've ever attended. Have probably been to colder venues since but have been dressed more accordingly. I had just turned 10 and my brother was 8 and we realized after about half an hour that we weren't going to survive the whole match. We reluctantly left and decided on the way home that if we said we were too cold, we wouldn't be allowed to go again. So we agreed to tell our parents, who didn't follow football, that the game had been abandoned. You can imagine our surprize an hour later, when sitting by the fire the results came on, and when they came to Palace announced, match abandoned after 43 minutes. Often wondered why the ref never waited the extra two minutes. Great pic's lads.
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"Saturday 28th December 1968 - London’s only League game was abandoned by the referee at half time in the second Division encounter between Cyrstal Palace and Blackpool. The Seasiders re-visited Selhurst Palace on January 25th on another very cold day finding themselves a goal down at the interval when Kember scored for the home team, but a second half rally by Pool goals from Craven and a penalty from Johnstone gave Pool a 2-1 win in front of 17,003 crowd."

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The re-arranged game v Blackpool was the last defeat Palace suffered that season, we did not lose again until the 3rd game of the following season 1-2 at Everton after being 1-0 up.

Those of us who braved that freezing December afternoon of the abandoned match did not even get a refund. No idea what the ref was playing at the game should never have started!
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Remember the Blackpool match as the coldest match I've ever attended. Have probably been to colder venues since but have been dressed more accordingly. I had just turned 10 and my brother was 8 and we realized after about half an hour that we weren't going to survive the whole match. We reluctantly left and decided on the way home that if we said we were too cold, we wouldn't be allowed to go again. So we agreed to tell our parents, who didn't follow football, that the game had been abandoned. You can imagine our surprize an hour later, when sitting by the fire the results came on, and when they came to Palace announced, match abandoned after 43 minutes. Often wondered why the ref never waited the extra two minutes. Great pic's lads.

Great idea for a thread, what is your coldest palace game.

Mine must been a Norwich home game rally jan in the early 80s. 0 0 and absolutely freezing.
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