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More oldies from the past

Discussion in 'City Gallery and nostalgia Images' started by Bronco, Jan 10, 2021.

  1. bantam65

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    You opened your wallet and offered to buy a round?
     
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  2. Bronco

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    Cheeky upload_2022-3-10_14-8-40.png
     
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    Scramble to use the new hand dryer in the upper kop
     
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  4. Bronco

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    It happend at an away game during season 1968/69
     
  5. Bronco

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    The Kop at Valley Parade. 1976 anyone remember which game it was ?.
    Beaten by what should have been a disallowed goal by Jim McCalliog
    , after Ernie Hunt scored against Everton with a similar free kick in 1970 which was banned for the ball not covering traveling it's circumference.
     
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    The night we beat Darlington at their place and the wall collapsed and the police had to move City fans round to the other end of the ground.
     
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    Yep, certainly was. Remember running across the cricket pitch Dave?
     
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    You two showing your age there chaps.
     
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    Another for the older members of the forum City team photo 1963/64 season several legends but Rodney Green was one of my favourites, one of the few players to square up to Jimmy Scoular and finish the games with his legs in tact.

    City .jpg
     
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    Lots of familiar faces there! Was at Belle Vue with Dave Roper. Barry Webster was a favourite of mine. Rod Green used to come in to Norman's Cafe and have his breakfast, pre-training,wearing the same corduroy jacket every day. I used to spend more time in Norman's and the Venezia than I did at school.

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    That song has brought back lots of good memories. Happy days.
     
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    Match would be abandoned these days……
     
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    Thank goodness they have learnt from the past as you'll know for many years it was common practice for fans to change ends to which end their team were attacking second half, but I do believe the word had been put out that that Friday night the Darlington home end was ours for the night, then the clubs brought in segregation and fans had to stay in the area where they bought tickets, hence we now have teams preferring to attack one end, in our case the Kop second half, there would be little point attacking the Bradford End with no home fans in it, back in the day it was very vocal in the Bradford End and that was just amongst ourselves :joy:.
     
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    Who the player on the left, second left is that Steve Ingle, then our manager at the time Willie Watson and Stafford on the far right.
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