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Millwall's FA Cup pedigree
07 January 2018 15:59 Post ID: #1567226 - in reply to #1567182
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but so was Spurs in 67, both games 40k at the Den, Fulham 3-3 then 2-0 in front of 32k.

2004 at Old Trafford, has to be my favorite, but would not put in front of those games of the past.
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07 January 2018 16:08 Post ID: #1567229 - in reply to #1567226
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bazzwall - 7/1/2018 15:59

but so was Spurs in 67, both games 40k at the Den, Fulham 3-3 then 2-0 in front of 32k.

2004 at Old Trafford, has to be my favorite, but would not put in front of those games of the past.


Both Spurs games 40k....? I should cocoa....nearly 60,000 at White Hart Lane replay: 58,189....!!!!
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07 January 2018 16:22 Post ID: #1567233 - in reply to #1567229
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whiskylion - 7/1/2018 16:08

bazzwall - 7/1/2018 15:59

but so was Spurs in 67, both games 40k at the Den, Fulham 3-3 then 2-0 in front of 32k.

2004 at Old Trafford, has to be my favorite, but would not put in front of those games of the past.


Both Spurs games 40k....? I should cocoa....nearly 60,000 at White Hart Lane replay: 58,189....!!!!


yes mate was at both games
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07 January 2018 16:25 Post ID: #1567234 - in reply to #1567215
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Kryan Bing - 7/1/2018 14:48


Although, my mate thinks 0-2 at Everton is up there with some of the best wins. (But, I didn't go to that game).


I was there. The wooden flooring of the stand and being right face to face with their fans, giving them very unexpected shit, was good. They didn’t really turn up & had only about 1/2 filled their seats.
Not a patch on assnil or chelsea.

Remember a game at theirs (Chelsea), when we got done about 5-0?? Went dead quiet in our end for about 5 minutes, then all of a sudden, a fucking big Merrrr, from in the middle of their halfway. Sure I remember the advertising boards, behind us, being set alight?
Kept in for about an hour, but was v lively afterwards still.
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07 January 2018 16:38 Post ID: #1567236 - in reply to #1567182
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Here's a nice stat:

Millwall have played Chelsea 6 times in the FA Cup (including replays) and have never lost.

The two sides having been paired together 4 times. Interestingly (sic) in our 4 wins, 3 have came away from The Den.

1914
Millwall 0-0 Chelsea
Chelsea 0-1 Millwall

1937
Millwall 3-0 Chelsea

1985
Chelsea 2-3 Millwall

1995
Millwall 0-0 Chelsea
Chelsea 1-1 Millwall (4-5)

Even more impressively, in each of those ties Chelsea were a top flight team & in two of them Millwall were in Division Three & in one we were still in the Southern League.

So, perhaps a visit to Stamford Bridge could be good.


Edited by Moody 7/1/2018 16:43
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07 January 2018 16:46 Post ID: #1567237 - in reply to #1567236
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Moody - 7/1/2018 16:38

Here's a nice stat:

Millwall have played Chelsea 6 times in the FA Cup (including replays) and have never lost.

The two sides having been paired together 4 times. Interestingly (sic) in our 4 wins, 3 have came away from The Den.

1914
Millwall 0-0 Chelsea
Chelsea 0-1 Millwall

1937
Millwall 3-0 Chelsea

1985
Chelsea 2-3 Millwall

1995
Millwall 0-0 Chelsea
Chelsea 1-1 Millwall (4-5)

Even more impressively, in each of those ties Chelsea were a top flight team & in two of them Millwall were in Division Three & in one we were still in the Southern League.

So, perhaps a visit to Stamford Bridge could be good.



It is because we have never lost against Chelsea I really don't want us to get them.

I try and avoid my Chelsea season ticket owning brother as much as possible, not least because he has become quite obnoxious and unspeakably boorish since they became sponsored by proceeds of the Russian state.

The one thing I have been saying to him over the years is that Chelsea have never defeated Millwall in the FA Cup. I don't want to lose even that small piece of consolation...

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07 January 2018 17:31 Post ID: #1567242 - in reply to #1567225
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Frank 1960 - 7/1/2018 15:51

At Chelsea 95 was a great night.


Running them down the Kings Road as a mental 20 year old after the game was my personal career highlight. Great night.

Edited by Wippa 7/1/2018 17:34
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07 January 2018 17:48 Post ID: #1567244 - in reply to #1567182
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My mate who I go to games with (much older than me) and drink with in the local was at the 1985 game Stamford Bridge.

He has told me (many a times after a few) that with the score 2-3 to 'wall, Chelsea got awarded a penalty. My mate then had his head in his hands....... a Policeman then turned to him and said

'Dont worry... Chelsea haven't scored a penalty here all season'

Chelsea then missed the following penalty

Is this correct???
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07 January 2018 17:53 Post ID: #1567245 - in reply to #1567244
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Nobby86 - 7/1/2018 17:48

My mate who I go to games with (much older than me) and drink with in the local was at the 1985 game Stamford Bridge.

He has told me (many a times after a few) that with the score 2-3 to 'wall, Chelsea got awarded a penalty. My mate then had his head in his hands....... a Policeman then turned to him and said

'Dont worry... Chelsea haven't scored a penalty here all season'

Chelsea then missed the following penalty

Is this correct???


Don't know about the discussion with the copper.

But Chelsea certainly fluffed the penalty....!!! Speedie sent the spot kick wide with just three minutes to go....




Edited by whiskylion 7/1/2018 18:00
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07 January 2018 18:02 Post ID: #1567246 - in reply to #1567245
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whiskylion - 7/1/2018 17:53

Nobby86 - 7/1/2018 17:48

My mate who I go to games with (much older than me) and drink with in the local was at the 1985 game Stamford Bridge.

He has told me (many a times after a few) that with the score 2-3 to 'wall, Chelsea got awarded a penalty. My mate then had his head in his hands....... a Policeman then turned to him and said

'Dont worry... Chelsea haven't scored a penalty here all season'

Chelsea then missed the following penalty

Is this correct???


Don't know about the discussion with the copper.

But Chelsea certainly fluffed the penalty....!!! Speedie sent the spot kick wide with just three minutes to go....




Cheers whisky......I'm sure the chat with Copper happened

Was just asking about the penalty
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07 January 2018 18:21 Post ID: #1567247 - in reply to #1567242
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Wippa - 7/1/2018 17:31

Frank 1960 - 7/1/2018 15:51

At Chelsea 95 was a great night.


Running them down the Kings Road as a mental 20 year old after the game was my personal career highlight. Great night.



That was down by the petrol garage weren’t it? I thought we was in trouble when their mob came round the corner towards us with hundreds of bods who’d just tried to ambush the singers & straightgoers at Fulham Broadway.

What they didn’t realise though was our much smaller but tight-knit mob contained some seasoned campaigners, Bermondsey, Walworth, Peckham, the Wackers & panorama veterans plus some eager young pups looking to make a name for themselves. It didn’t end well for Chelsea at that particular encounter.
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07 January 2018 18:56 Post ID: #1567248 - in reply to #1567247
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Ilderton Wanderer - 7/1/2018 18:21

Wippa - 7/1/2018 17:31

Frank 1960 - 7/1/2018 15:51

At Chelsea 95 was a great night.


Running them down the Kings Road as a mental 20 year old after the game was my personal career highlight. Great night.



That was down by the petrol garage weren’t it? I thought we was in trouble when their mob came round the corner towards us with hundreds of bods who’d just tried to ambush the singers & straightgoers at Fulham Broadway.

What they didn’t realise though was our much smaller but tight-knit mob contained some seasoned campaigners, Bermondsey, Walworth, Peckham, the Wackers & panorama veterans plus some eager young pups looking to make a name for themselves. It didn’t end well for Chelsea at that particular encounter. :cool:


That's the one! Think I came under the last category

We slipped out of the escort and made our way down through the back doubles. Came across an old wooden bench which got ripped up so loads of ours had bits of wood on them. Came out on to the main road and saw that mob of theirs standing in the middle of the road at the junction. Out numbered us at least 3 to 1, probably more, but as you say we had some proper quality. When I heard that big fat Chelsea fella shouting "stand Chelsea, FACKIN STAND!!" I knew we had them
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07 January 2018 19:13 Post ID: #1567253 - in reply to #1567248
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Wippa - 7/1/2018 18:56

Ilderton Wanderer - 7/1/2018 18:21

Wippa - 7/1/2018 17:31

Frank 1960 - 7/1/2018 15:51

At Chelsea 95 was a great night.


Running them down the Kings Road as a mental 20 year old after the game was my personal career highlight. Great night.



That was down by the petrol garage weren’t it? I thought we was in trouble when their mob came round the corner towards us with hundreds of bods who’d just tried to ambush the singers & straightgoers at Fulham Broadway.

What they didn’t realise though was our much smaller but tight-knit mob contained some seasoned campaigners, Bermondsey, Walworth, Peckham, the Wackers & panorama veterans plus some eager young pups looking to make a name for themselves. It didn’t end well for Chelsea at that particular encounter. :cool:


That's the one! Think I came under the last category

We slipped out of the escort and made our way down through the back doubles. Came across an old wooden bench which got ripped up so loads of ours had bits of wood on them. Came out on to the main road and saw that mob of theirs standing in the middle of the road at the junction. Out numbered us at least 3 to 1, probably more, but as you say we had some proper quality. When I heard that big fat Chelsea fella shouting "stand Chelsea, FACKIN STAND!!" I knew we had them :hihi:


Ha ha As we went toward them the Wackers were turning round to us with their fingers to their lips giving it the ‘ssshhhh’ so Chelsea didnt have a clue what was coming their way. Then all I remember was Leroy god bless him putting on his old leather gloves casual as you like not a care in the world, then at that precise moment one of our loons went sailing into them holding a ‘For Sale’ sign he’d pulled out of someone’s front garden! Made me laugh a few years later in some Chelsea book I read they tried to dress it up as draw, they scattered in all directions the lying fuckers!!
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07 January 2018 19:14 Post ID: #1567254 - in reply to #1567244
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Nobby86 - 7/1/2018 17:48

My mate who I go to games with (much older than me) and drink with in the local was at the 1985 game Stamford Bridge.

He has told me (many a times after a few) that with the score 2-3 to 'wall, Chelsea got awarded a penalty. My mate then had his head in his hands....... a Policeman then turned to him and said

'Dont worry... Chelsea haven't scored a penalty here all season'

Chelsea then missed the following penalty

Is this correct???


Me and my mates were in an Executive Box next to one that had several of the Chelsea players friends and love ones, including David Speedie's Mum who didn't take too kindly to our celebrations
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07 January 2018 19:38 Post ID: #1567257 - in reply to #1567253
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Ilderton Wanderer - 7/1/2018 19:13

Wippa - 7/1/2018 18:56

Ilderton Wanderer - 7/1/2018 18:21

Wippa - 7/1/2018 17:31

Frank 1960 - 7/1/2018 15:51

At Chelsea 95 was a great night.


Running them down the Kings Road as a mental 20 year old after the game was my personal career highlight. Great night.



That was down by the petrol garage weren’t it? I thought we was in trouble when their mob came round the corner towards us with hundreds of bods who’d just tried to ambush the singers & straightgoers at Fulham Broadway.

What they didn’t realise though was our much smaller but tight-knit mob contained some seasoned campaigners, Bermondsey, Walworth, Peckham, the Wackers & panorama veterans plus some eager young pups looking to make a name for themselves. It didn’t end well for Chelsea at that particular encounter. :cool:


That's the one! Think I came under the last category

We slipped out of the escort and made our way down through the back doubles. Came across an old wooden bench which got ripped up so loads of ours had bits of wood on them. Came out on to the main road and saw that mob of theirs standing in the middle of the road at the junction. Out numbered us at least 3 to 1, probably more, but as you say we had some proper quality. When I heard that big fat Chelsea fella shouting "stand Chelsea, FACKIN STAND!!" I knew we had them :hihi:


Ha ha As we went toward them the Wackers were turning round to us with their fingers to their lips giving it the ‘ssshhhh’ so Chelsea didnt have a clue what was coming their way. Then all I remember was Leroy god bless him putting on his old leather gloves casual as you like not a care in the world, then at that precise moment one of our loons went sailing into them holding a ‘For Sale’ sign he’d pulled out of someone’s front garden! Made me laugh a few years later in some Chelsea book I read they tried to dress it up as draw, they scattered in all directions the lying fuckers!!


Lol yeah. We kept really quiet and blended in with all their barmies so they didn't clock us until we was on them.
After the fun and games I slipped off on my own to Victoria to get a train back to Orpington, walked on to the concourse and saw the twins standing outside the Burger King with a couple of other Chelsea lads from Orpington. Done an immediate u turn before they clocked me. Always got on with them in the past but not sure I'd have got a pass that night after the liberties we'd taken. Didn't want to end up in A&E getting stitched up, had work the next day

Haven't seen old Leroy in years. What a character he is. Top top bloke
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07 January 2018 20:03 Post ID: #1567259 - in reply to #1567257
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Wippa - 7/1/2018 19:38

Ilderton Wanderer - 7/1/2018 19:13

Wippa - 7/1/2018 18:56

Ilderton Wanderer - 7/1/2018 18:21

Wippa - 7/1/2018 17:31

Frank 1960 - 7/1/2018 15:51

At Chelsea 95 was a great night.


Running them down the Kings Road as a mental 20 year old after the game was my personal career highlight. Great night.



That was down by the petrol garage weren’t it? I thought we was in trouble when their mob came round the corner towards us with hundreds of bods who’d just tried to ambush the singers & straightgoers at Fulham Broadway.

What they didn’t realise though was our much smaller but tight-knit mob contained some seasoned campaigners, Bermondsey, Walworth, Peckham, the Wackers & panorama veterans plus some eager young pups looking to make a name for themselves. It didn’t end well for Chelsea at that particular encounter. :cool:


That's the one! Think I came under the last category

We slipped out of the escort and made our way down through the back doubles. Came across an old wooden bench which got ripped up so loads of ours had bits of wood on them. Came out on to the main road and saw that mob of theirs standing in the middle of the road at the junction. Out numbered us at least 3 to 1, probably more, but as you say we had some proper quality. When I heard that big fat Chelsea fella shouting "stand Chelsea, FACKIN STAND!!" I knew we had them :hihi:


Ha ha As we went toward them the Wackers were turning round to us with their fingers to their lips giving it the ‘ssshhhh’ so Chelsea didnt have a clue what was coming their way. Then all I remember was Leroy god bless him putting on his old leather gloves casual as you like not a care in the world, then at that precise moment one of our loons went sailing into them holding a ‘For Sale’ sign he’d pulled out of someone’s front garden! Made me laugh a few years later in some Chelsea book I read they tried to dress it up as draw, they scattered in all directions the lying fuckers!!


Lol yeah. We kept really quiet and blended in with all their barmies so they didn't clock us until we was on them.
After the fun and games I slipped off on my own to Victoria to get a train back to Orpington, walked on to the concourse and saw the twins standing outside the Burger King with a couple of other Chelsea lads from Orpington. Done an immediate u turn before they clocked me. Always got on with them in the past but not sure I'd have got a pass that night after the liberties we'd taken. Didn't want to end up in A&E getting stitched up, had work the next day

Haven't seen old Leroy in years. What a character he is. Top top bloke


Yeah, when you think about some of the chaps that used to go Wall that don’t go anymore, for different reasons (some no longer with us), it’s no wonder we built such a reputation around the country. When I was young & pulling into places on the train like Birmingham, Pompey or Stoke knowing the whole city was out for you having proper geezers like Leroy & many others like him around was invaluble. No mass police escorts to hide in them days. I go with my boy these days & it does make me chuckle when I hear some away fans singing ‘you’re not scary anymore’ from the safety of the upper tier in the full knowledge of a safe passage all the way home.
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07 January 2018 21:26 Post ID: #1567265 - in reply to #1567182
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I was only a youngster but I will never,ever forget the Millwall crowd singing
" maybe it's because I'm a Londoner " at Everton. It made the hair on the
back of your neck stand up !
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