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Norwich ,monday.Want to beat us badly
30 December 2017 14:35 Post ID: #1566098
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Rested 6 of their players today from their win at brum.
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30 December 2017 14:46 Post ID: #1566103 - in reply to #1566098
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we are def due a win there, always seem to go behind and not recover

but i have seen us win 3-0 there all goals in the first half, weller , possee ripped em apart
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30 December 2017 16:50 Post ID: #1566122 - in reply to #1566098
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I was at the 4-2 victory under Graham. First game of the season after Millwall had gone up & Norwich had gone down. Paul 'Doris' Hinchlewood & Bill Roffey charging down the wings as overlapping full backs like there was no tomorrow.

Norwich then beat Millwall 6-1 at Carrow Road. Their manager saying they had got revenge after Millwall had humiliated them at their place.

Hope history doesn't repeat itself.

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30 December 2017 17:44 Post ID: #1566131 - in reply to #1566122
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Millwalladam - 30/12/2017 16:50

I was at the 4-2 victory under Graham. First game of the season after Millwall had gone up & Norwich had gone down. Paul 'Doris' Hinchlewood & Bill Roffey charging down the wings as overlapping full backs like there was no tomorrow.

Norwich then beat Millwall 6-1 at Carrow Road. Their manager saying they had got revenge after Millwall had humiliated them at their place.

Hope history doesn't repeat itself.



Don't mean to split hairs, Adam, but it was the first HOME game of the season.

The first game was at Huddersfield, a match I am not likely to forget. During the week I had been in Tenerife, scooping The Sun - for nothing - on a story they had paid a small fortune for.

For my front page exclusive my Editor told me that I and the photographer could have a few days In Tenerife at the paper's expense as I had, apparently, sent Kelvin McKenzie into apoplexy. The photographer (who had actually forgotten to load his camera with film, so missed the dramatic moment) couldn't believe his luck and accepted.

Stupid me, on the other hand, said: "Thanks, that's awfully kind - but Millwall start the season at Huddersfield on Saturday so I'm heading back."

And head back I did, to visit for the first time the ground my dad had seen Millwall lose an FA Cup semi-final in 1937. By half time we were 2-0 up, fully justifying my decision.

Final score: Huddersfield 4 Millwall 3....


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30 December 2017 18:05 Post ID: #1566134 - in reply to #1566131
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whiskylion - 30/12/2017 17:44

Millwalladam - 30/12/2017 16:50

I was at the 4-2 victory under Graham. First game of the season after Millwall had gone up & Norwich had gone down. Paul 'Doris' Hinchlewood & Bill Roffey charging down the wings as overlapping full backs like there was no tomorrow.

Norwich then beat Millwall 6-1 at Carrow Road. Their manager saying they had got revenge after Millwall had humiliated them at their place.

Hope history doesn't repeat itself.



Don't mean to split hairs, Adam, but it was the first HOME game of the season.

The first game was at Huddersfield, a match I am not likely to forget. During the week I had been in Tenerife, scooping The Sun - for nothing - on a story they had paid a small fortune for.

For my front page exclusive my Editor told me that I and the photographer could have a few days In Tenerife at the paper's expense as I had, apparently, sent Kelvin McKenzie into apoplexy. The photographer (who had actually forgotten to load his camera with film, so missed the dramatic moment) couldn't believe his luck and accepted.

Stupid me, on the other hand, said: "Thanks, that's awfully kind - but Millwall start the season at Huddersfield on Saturday so I'm heading back."

And head back I did, to visit for the first time the ground my dad had seen Millwall lose an FA Cup semi-final in 1937. By half time we were 2-0 up, fully justifying my decision.

Final score: Huddersfield 4 Millwall 3....




Don't mean to split hairs It's what you do.

Can you name the team & scorers in the 4-2 victory ? I'm 95% of the way there.
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30 December 2017 21:24 Post ID: #1566157 - in reply to #1566098
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The season they went up to the premshit we were 1 up at Carrow Road and only blew it in the last few mins.
We are better now than then, and they are worse, so hopefully we'll do the double over the farmer twats
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30 December 2017 22:37 Post ID: #1566169 - in reply to #1566098
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That's the only worry I've got, tiredness. Looking forward to lunch
and a convincing win.
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30 December 2017 22:46 Post ID: #1566171 - in reply to #1566134
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Millwalladam - 30/12/2017 18:05

whiskylion - 30/12/2017 17:44

Millwalladam - 30/12/2017 16:50

I was at the 4-2 victory under Graham. First game of the season after Millwall had gone up & Norwich had gone down. Paul 'Doris' Hinchlewood & Bill Roffey charging down the wings as overlapping full backs like there was no tomorrow.

Norwich then beat Millwall 6-1 at Carrow Road. Their manager saying they had got revenge after Millwall had humiliated them at their place.

Hope history doesn't repeat itself.



Don't mean to split hairs, Adam, but it was the first HOME game of the season.

The first game was at Huddersfield, a match I am not likely to forget. During the week I had been in Tenerife, scooping The Sun - for nothing - on a story they had paid a small fortune for.

For my front page exclusive my Editor told me that I and the photographer could have a few days In Tenerife at the paper's expense as I had, apparently, sent Kelvin McKenzie into apoplexy. The photographer (who had actually forgotten to load his camera with film, so missed the dramatic moment) couldn't believe his luck and accepted.

Stupid me, on the other hand, said: "Thanks, that's awfully kind - but Millwall start the season at Huddersfield on Saturday so I'm heading back."

And head back I did, to visit for the first time the ground my dad had seen Millwall lose an FA Cup semi-final in 1937. By half time we were 2-0 up, fully justifying my decision.

Final score: Huddersfield 4 Millwall 3....




Don't mean to split hairs It's what you do.

Can you name the team & scorers in the 4-2 victory ? I'm 95% of the way there.


In fairness, Adam, I was being accurate. You say "first game of the season." It wasn't.

Can't remember all the team, but certainly most of it. Robert Wilson who we had signed pre-season from Fulham (I'd done a story on him in his Fulham days when Wilson and his wife nearly died from carbon monoxide poisoning) scored on his home debut. Steve Lovell was outstanding that warm afternoon and scored from the spot. Hinshelwood got one - but the fourth goal beats me.

Sansome in goal. Bill Roffey was the other full back, I think. Centre back was Micky Nutton - can't remember if it was Lindsey Smith or Macca who was the other centre back. Fash was up front with Lovell. Lowndes was on the right wing and tormented them all day. Les I think was also in midfield. Left wing...nope...not coming to me.


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30 December 2017 23:06 Post ID: #1566173 - in reply to #1566098
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My memory has -

Samson

Roffey
Hinchlewood
Nutton
McCleary

Briley
Wilson
Lowndes
Kinsella

Lovell
Fashuna

Scorers for Millwall - Kinsella, Lovell (Pen), Wilson. Can't remember the 4th scorer.

Believe Steve Bruce & Chris Wood were playing for Norwich. John Deehan scored their penalty I think.
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30 December 2017 23:12 Post ID: #1566174 - in reply to #1566098
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Always seems impossible there.
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31 December 2017 08:38 Post ID: #1566195 - in reply to #1566098
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Anyone here remember the away day at Carrot Row in 1972 (2-2)?
Lively to say the least, the trains were full to the brim with our lot.
We seemed to be all over the ground that day, terrific support.
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31 December 2017 09:43 Post ID: #1566201 - in reply to #1566195
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Kryan Bing - 31/12/2017 08:38

Anyone here remember the away day at Carrot Row in 1972 (2-2)?
Lively to say the least, the trains were full to the brim with our lot.
We seemed to be all over the ground that day, terrific support.


yes, remember that one, Possee and Bolland but...........
Bridgo was their tormentor. He is a Norwich boy as a matter of fact.

Edited by bazzwall 31/12/2017 09:45
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31 December 2017 10:10 Post ID: #1566203 - in reply to #1566173
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Millwalladam - 30/12/2017 23:06

My memory has -

Samson

Roffey
Hinchlewood
Nutton
McCleary

Briley
Wilson
Lowndes
Kinsella

Lovell
Fashuna

Scorers for Millwall - Kinsella, Lovell (Pen), Wilson. Can't remember the 4th scorer.

Believe Steve Bruce & Chris Wood were playing for Norwich. John Deehan scored their penalty I think.



Kinyella! Completely forgot Kinsella - that he played and scored.

Back home now with my records. We are both right.

All I can remember about Norwich was that they had just been relegated from the old First Division and that I came away from the game buzzing as we had just put the reigning League Cup holders to the sword.

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31 December 2017 10:21 Post ID: #1566206 - in reply to #1566098
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I might visit the broads on the way. Make a day of it. Are they better than Burgess Park?
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31 December 2017 11:04 Post ID: #1566216 - in reply to #1566201
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bazzwall - 31/12/2017 09:43

Kryan Bing - 31/12/2017 08:38

Anyone here remember the away day at Carrot Row in 1972 (2-2)?
Lively to say the least, the trains were full to the brim with our lot.
We seemed to be all over the ground that day, terrific support.


yes, remember that one, Possee and Bolland but...........
Bridgo was their tormentor. He is a Norwich boy as a matter of fact.


I never knew that, for some reason I thought he was a proper pikey....Great player.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=barry+bridges+millwall&oq=barry+br...
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31 December 2017 12:16 Post ID: #1566225 - in reply to #1566203
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whiskylion - 31/12/2017 10:10

Millwalladam - 30/12/2017 23:06

My memory has -

Samson

Roffey
Hinchlewood
Nutton
McCleary

Briley
Wilson
Lowndes
Kinsella

Lovell
Fashuna

Scorers for Millwall - Kinsella, Lovell (Pen), Wilson. Can't remember the 4th scorer.

Believe Steve Bruce & Chris Wood were playing for Norwich. John Deehan scored their penalty I think.



Kinyella! Completely forgot Kinsella - that he played and scored.

Back home now with my records. We are both right.

All I can remember about Norwich was that they had just been relegated from the old First Division and that I came away from the game buzzing as we had just put the reigning League Cup holders to the sword.



Just found out Steve Lovell is Gillinghams manager. That's a blast from the past.
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31 December 2017 12:22 Post ID: #1566227 - in reply to #1566098
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He's done very well there, Adam. And so far very popular with their supporters.



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