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season 84-85
13 October 2008 23:45 Post ID: #243005 - in reply to #242543
GeroniMO
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I remember that season well, just turned 18. Went to all home and most away games, except the Chelsea cup game which i always regreted. One of the best seasons to follow the Lions. I thought Les Briley was the best signing that season being a good midfielder and a great captain.
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14 October 2008 03:06 Post ID: #243032 - in reply to #242543
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in away that game at the bridge was the best ever, my older bro at the time got in with a lot of hes mate and become a chelsea fan,
we got tickets and ended up in the east seats, there was all chelsea apart from a bout 50 wall,
when lovell flicked the header in which imo was the best ever goal ive seen only a hand fall of us stood up, my old man being the worse,
I could see the fire and it kick off on the way out.... I was 15 and its up there with the first time i got my end away
ive never let the wa#ker of an older bro forget it
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14 October 2008 07:44 Post ID: #243041 - in reply to #242679
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Andover_Lion - 13/10/2008 15:03

Showoff - 13/10/2008 13:31

As for the burgers Andover, they were fukcing horrible. A pint in the Crown before the match was my Saturday start - or P&M at Arments.


I used to get one at the back of the CBL, or a jumbo sausage with onions. I thought they were alright.....maybe you got yours from the Hot Doggy Doggy Man outside. :wink:


I never bought anything in the CBL as I went to the halfway line. You're right it was that cutn outside with the black fingers and white burgers.
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14 October 2008 09:33 Post ID: #243074 - in reply to #242543
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Bristol City away the saturday just before Luton was my favorite from that season, a proper day out for the boys, then on the monday i lost my appeal after getting nicked against Chelsea earlier that season, but had my 200 quid fine reduced to a 100, but had to pay court costs of £80 and then Luton on the wednesday.

Anyone remember Derby attacking the Rose Inn earlier in the season?
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14 October 2008 10:11 Post ID: #243090 - in reply to #242543
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Remember the Plymouth game very well; great goal from lowndes, cut in past two players and fired into the far corner. Did the pikeys, too (2-1 I think).

Wish we had a Lovell-Lowndes combination now, even though they hated each other.
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14 October 2008 10:19 Post ID: #243094 - in reply to #242543
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Bristol City was a class day out, all sorts of rumours about people dying, getting run over, that pub with the skittle alley, Millwall in their seats and the OB opening the gates at the same time as they let them out,...oh and their baldy keeper getting dogs abuse all day long.

Chelsea in the cup , another great night, took the pish all night long.

Leicester, was one of the best atmospheres I can remember at The Den, I was hoarse for days afterwards.

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14 October 2008 10:24 Post ID: #243097 - in reply to #243094
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As everyone has said Chelsea was unreal and the Leicester performance was brilliant against one of the best sides in the country at the time. Remember Bolton away all too well - fkin freezing and pissing down

Was the Bristol City game that year the one with the pool balls being donated?

Lowndes, Lovell. Anton, Fash, Dean Neal, Cusack happy, happy days
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14 October 2008 10:33 Post ID: #243100 - in reply to #242543
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"was the Bristol city game that year the one with the pool balls being donated"

Yes mate and some seats, friendly chaps.
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14 October 2008 10:39 Post ID: #243107 - in reply to #243100
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Equally nice of us to hand them back in the park/cemetry? outside the away end after the game
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14 October 2008 10:48 Post ID: #243113 - in reply to #242543
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bristol home and away were top days, also remember the old boy who was in the mob of wall in gillinghams end when we beat them 4-1 and he got a huge cheer when he was escorted to the away section
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14 October 2008 13:38 Post ID: #243272 - in reply to #242543
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I was at the blackhorse pub at bristol city which got demolished, but fair play to them, a van drove straight through us knocking over 3, 1 guy went about 20 feet up, windscreen went through and his tax disc fell out,
your knicked !! but the guy got off as the millwall geezer never showed in court. in the park outside was like cowboys and indians, we stayed the weekend and it kicked off big time on the city centure
cityv rovers and us, never had a weekend like it
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20 November 2010 12:17 Post ID: #661006 - in reply to #242543
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Great season, promotion, cup giant killers! I was 11, Lowndes and Fash were my favorites, great team throughout though and we had great cover. Cusack was legendary and Outlakowski seemed to win a penalty every game towards the end of the season, getting those two from Southend was one of the best deals we've ever done. The only spoiler was Luton, if they had dealt with that properly Hillsborough may never of happened. I saw a quote from Reg Burr on here yesterday(I know Thorne was chairman at the time), something along the lines of, "Millwall is a conveinient peg for the sport to hang its ills on." I vividly remember news coming through about the Bradford fire on the last day of the season, they were a good side that season which made thrashing them at home very memorable. One of the best seasons ever, only the promotion season to the old first division tops it for me.
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23 November 2010 13:17 Post ID: #662492 - in reply to #242543
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I've just found out Millwall is releasing a new Official History DVD celebrating 125 years of Millwall. I'm so excited. I heard its being released right at the beginning of December in the club shop :) anyone know any exciting gossip about it???
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23 November 2010 20:48 Post ID: #662728 - in reply to #242543
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Yeah plenty of sex ,violence and strippers, but no football you will love it

Edited by pspencer 23/11/2010 20:53
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