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Why millwall,?
09 August 2017 13:14 Post ID: #1546615 - in reply to #1546590
Supreme MO
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being a deptford boy, no other club to choose,
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09 August 2017 13:23 Post ID: #1546616 - in reply to #1546516
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Born and bred Walworth
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09 August 2017 13:35 Post ID: #1546617 - in reply to #1546516
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if i was a nonce then obviously i would support charlton
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09 August 2017 13:39 Post ID: #1546618 - in reply to #1546617
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kevrelles - 9/8/2017 13:35

if i was a nonce then obviously i would support charlton :rotfl:


Where do you want the scarf sent?
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09 August 2017 13:47 Post ID: #1546620 - in reply to #1546516
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Brought up around the borough in the old flats dirty shit hole like the old den so perfect suit . Also remember getting stick as a kid playing football as the strip I wore was as they said boring bukta . Not like the snobs admiral umbro adidas
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09 August 2017 13:49 Post ID: #1546622 - in reply to #1546618
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Guernsey Wall - 9/8/2017 13:39

kevrelles - 9/8/2017 13:35

if i was a nonce then obviously i would support charlton :rotfl:


Where do you want the scarf sent?






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09 August 2017 14:59 Post ID: #1546629 - in reply to #1546516
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send it to a bradford fan
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09 August 2017 15:10 Post ID: #1546634 - in reply to #1546629
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kevrelles - 9/8/2017 14:59

send it to a bradford fan :grin:


Touché, mon brave

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09 August 2017 15:41 Post ID: #1546642 - in reply to #1546551
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silverlion - 9/8/2017 07:01

My grandad took my Dad when he was two and he took me when I was two.



Sounds unlikely, Silver: Millwall go back only as far as 1885....
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09 August 2017 16:02 Post ID: #1546647 - in reply to #1546642
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whiskylion - 9/8/2017 15:41

silverlion - 9/8/2017 07:01

My grandad took my Dad when he was two and he took me when I was two.



Sounds unlikely, Silver: Millwall go back only as far as 1885....


Well Whisky, a strange bit family history. My mum was born in 1918, been gone some years now, her father my grandfather who I never met (obvs) was 60yrs old when she was born. That was 1858, 27 yrs before Millwall were formed, bizarre for me to think one grandfather was born 159 years ago.
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09 August 2017 16:38 Post ID: #1546648 - in reply to #1546516
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As a kid my nan lived in rolt street deptford every Saturday we used to go to her house where my old man and his brother used to leave us and go to the den me and my cousin used to play football in the garden and listen to the roar as a 5 year old I was taken to my first game the only 2 things I remember were Stepney was in goal and we drew 0-0 I'm almost sure it was against Middlesbrough from then on that was me done I had a season where the old man stopped going and my mates were all trainspotters so the only game I went to was at the valley when they played us the impression it made on an 11 year old when Millwall just walked in and took the place over was unreal even 2 of my mates were so amazed at the support they became wall fans and still are 40 odd years later so for me it all really began by just supporting Millwall with all those thousands of incredible people it was one of the best life changing decisions I ever made I don't go often now I fell out of love with football but I've never fell out of love with Millwall and outsiders just don't understand us and I hope they never will
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09 August 2017 16:40 Post ID: #1546649 - in reply to #1546647
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Moved to London from Aberdeen in 75. In a hostel so we floated around checking out all teams: Arsenal boring, Spurs moany, W Ham racist and unappreciative ( we saw Rodney Marsh destroy them for M City), QRR were good but not sense of belonging, Charlton empty, Chelsea, wannabe posers, Fulham - nice chaps, Palace/Wimbledon- hardly.

I just remember arriving at the Den, going up the CBL stairs towards the half way line and thinking i was home before I even saw the park. Saw the 78/9 FA Youth cup and was sure we'd be trophy hunting forever.....

Millwall man City


England GK Peter Gleasure
England GK Paul Sansome
England DF David Martin
England DF Phil Coleman
England DF Ian Gale
England DF David Gregory
England DF Paul Roberts
England DF Paul Robinson
Republic of Ireland MF Andy Massey
England MF Chris Dibble
England MF Dave Mehmet
Republic of Ireland MF Tony Kinsella
Republic of Ireland MF Kevin O'Callaghan
Scotland FW Alan McKenna
England FW Dean Horrix

Happy days
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09 August 2017 17:23 Post ID: #1546663 - in reply to #1546516
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I have no connections but My old man and his mate worked for a company in London in 70s which moved out so they relocated with it . My old mans mate lived on Galloway road . Old man was from Camden Town . I got taken to the den in 95 and 1st away game in95 away to palace . The game a few fire works thrown on pitch .loved it been going ever since
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09 August 2017 17:27 Post ID: #1546666 - in reply to #1546516
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No choice , grandad, dad uncles all Millwall would have disowned me if i had supported anyone else, first taken as a 2 year old , no going to lie and say i remember anything then, first game i remember Preston 71/72 last game of the season ,Preston formed a tunnel of honour as it looked like will would go up to the old 1st division, ending up coming 3rd and nothing in them days only the top 2 went up with no play off's .Next season they changed it to the top 3, by then 8 years old any totally hooked.
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09 August 2017 17:47 Post ID: #1546675 - in reply to #1546516
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I nearly always get asked this when people find out who I support.

My dad came from Deptford and he and my mum used to go regularly to the Den. My first game was 1976, can't remember who we played. Kitch was playing but my favorite was always Trevor Lee.

Occasionally you used to see a ring form in the spectators opposite, he told me there was two people in the middle having an argument...which was true...sort of. He also told me the blokes wearing the white balaclavas were in the Navy.
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09 August 2017 18:00 Post ID: #1546678 - in reply to #1546516
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born and bred mudlark on the Thames, swam ashore at Greenland Pier , after a short walk found i was on Rotherhithe Low Road, the rest is history.

Seriously ,family of dockers all the way back to the move across the river and possibly before that.
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09 August 2017 18:01 Post ID: #1546679 - in reply to #1546516
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As a yank, tired of following the Premier League where the same 4 teams win it every season, wanted to explore the thrill of lower league football. The passion of Millwall supporters is known even over here, looked into the club half a decade ago and been on board ever since. Also helps that a good friend is West Ham for some stupid reason.

Made my first eurotrip a few months ago at age 24, didn't make it to London but think my next eurotrip is just going to be a Londontrip where I take in as many Wall games as possible
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