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Remember the keeper at Brackley getting loads of stick when we played them in the play off final and when he went to get his losers medal he still got it but didn't jump into the crowd

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Was that when bags of white powder got chucked?

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9 minutes ago, Wilder Bollox said:

Some people on here would go to Glastonbury just so they can throw bottles on piss onto the stage when they don't like the noise

What other reason is there to go!

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2 minutes ago, chrisbo61 said:

Was that when bags of white powder got chucked?

It was sugar

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1 minute ago, eddie said:

It was sugar

And a fabulous wind up for a goalie who was/is a first class prick. 

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7 minutes ago, chrisbo61 said:

What other reason is there to go!

When's your next gig ?

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8 minutes ago, eddie said:

It was sugar

One or two of ours probably threw the real thing by mistake

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8 hours ago, AFC Halifax said:

One of the funniest moments in my time watching The Shaymen. Turley managed to clear them all up and the game restarted and straight away even more came into the pitch!!! Loved it when he flashed the old V at the Town fans during the presentation!!!! 

Much classier than the American one fingered salute. 

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8 hours ago, Wilder Bollox said:

When's your next gig ?

Are you desperate?

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56 minutes ago, chrisbo61 said:

Are you desperate?

The bottle is full and waiting

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Only seen this sort of behaviour once at the Shay.

At the end of the game in about '58 against QPR, there winger, Mark Lazarus, who must have received serious baiting, as soon as the final whistle blew he sped to the barrier near the dug out and got half way over before being dragged back by.  

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There's 'getting angry' at football matches and there's personal abuse. Not read any of the detail on what actually happened here but to say "we've all got angry at a game" is beside the point. I get angry with a ref's decision, with a cheating opposition player, and yes I swear. I may even have been known to call them a tw*t, kn*b or d*ckhead, amongst other jolly names. But that is wholly different to racist/sexist/whatever else related personal abuse, which I see no reason why any fan should ever engage in.

And for the record, if the workman next door was acting in such a manner, I would also call him a tw*t, kn*b or d*ckhead, without fail.

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Football League
Third Division
Season 1958–59
Champions Plymouth Argyle (1st title)
Promoted Hull City
Relegated Doncaster Rovers,
Notts County,
Rochdale
Stockport County
Matches played 552
Goals scored 1,733 (3.14 per match)
Top goalscorer Jim Towers (Brentford), 32 [3]
 1957–58 (North)
1957–58 (South)
1959–60 
Pos Team Pld   W D L F A   W D L F A   F A GA GD   Pts
1 Plymouth Argyle 46   14 7 2 55 27   9 9 5 34 32   89 59 1.508 +30   62
2 Hull City 46   19 3 1 65 21   7 6 10 25 34   90 55 1.636 +35   61
3 Brentford 46   15 5 3 49 22   6 10 7 27 27   76 49 1.551 +27   57
4 Norwich City 46   13 6 4 51 29   9 7 7 38 33   89 62 1.435 +27   57
5 Colchester United 46   15 2 6 46 31   6 8 9 25 36   71 67 1.060 +4   52
6 Reading 46   16 4 3 51 21   5 4 14 27 42   78 63 1.238 +15   50
7 Tranmere Rovers 46   15 3 5 53 22   6 5 12 29 45   82 67 1.224 +15   50
8 Southend United 46   14 6 3 52 26   7 2 14 33 54   85 80 1.063 +5   50
9 Halifax Town 46   14 5 4 48 25   7 3 13 32 52   80 77 1.039 +3   50
10 Bury 46   12 9 2 51 24   5 5 13 18 34   69 58 1.190 +11   48
11 Bradford City 46   13 4 6 47 25   5 7 11 37 51   84 76 1.105 +8   47
12 Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic 46   12 9 2 40 18   5 3 15 29 51   69 69 1.000 ±0   46
13 Queens Park Rangers 46   14 6 3 49 28   5 2 16 25 49   74 77 0.961 –3   46
14 Southampton 46   12 7 4 57 33   5 4 14 31 47   88 80 1.100 +8   45
15 Swindon Town 46   13 4 6 39 25   3 9 11 20 32   59 57 1.035 +2   45
16 Chesterfield 46   12 5 6 40 26   5 5 13 27 38   67 64 1.047 +3   44
17 Newport County 46   15 2 6 43 24   2 7 14 26 44   69 68 1.015 +1   43
18 Wrexham 46   12 6 5 40 30   2 8 13 23 47   63 77 0.818 –14   42
19 Accrington Stanley 46   10 8 5 42 31   5 4 14 29 56   71 87 0.816 –16   42
20 Mansfield Town 46   11 5 7 38 42   3 8 12 35 56   73 98 0.745 –25   41
21 Stockport County 46   9 7 7 33 23   4 3 16 32 55   65 78 0.833 –13   36
22 Doncaster Rovers 46   13 2 8 40 32   1 3 19 10 58   50 90 0.556 –40   33
23 Notts County 46   5 9 9 33 39   3 4 16 22 57   55 96 0.573 –41   29
24 Rochdale 46   8 7 8 21 26   0 5 18 16 53   37 79 0.468 –42   28

Just look at the teams in Division 3 58/59 season.

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18 hours ago, Shaytrev said:

Keeper must be banned. Players should not ever end up on the terraces to confront fans at any ground. It could lead to serious disorder. Would he have done it at Millwall?

friend of mine is a Birmingham ST holder, goes away, and said you will struggle to have a safer day out than Millwall these days. Ridiculous police presence, tunnels to the away end from the tube, insane amount of stewards. 

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Funnily enough, that 1958/59 season looks like it gave one of our highest ever finishes.

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2 hours ago, greg45 said:

There's 'getting angry' at football matches and there's personal abuse. Not read any of the detail on what actually happened here but to say "we've all got angry at a game" is beside the point. I get angry with a ref's decision, with a cheating opposition player, and yes I swear. I may even have been known to call them a tw*t, kn*b or d*ckhead, amongst other jolly names. But that is wholly different to racist/sexist/whatever else related personal abuse, which I see no reason why any fan should ever engage in.

And for the record, if the workman next door was acting in such a manner, I would also call him a tw*t, kn*b or d*ckhead, without fail.

Why do some people always bring race and/or sex into an argument that has nothing to do with it?

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Calling someone a nonce would appear to have sexual inference, we'll probably never really know if any of the sledging was racist

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1 hour ago, Shaytrev said:

Why do some people always bring race and/or sex into an argument that has nothing to do with it?

Because I assume if he was called a nonce that is related to his sexuality - and I don't think there can be any argument against my small reference to racist/sexist behaviour not being acceptable - unless you care to give one. Wasn't suggesting this instance had anything to do with racism and as I said, I've not read the full detail of it anyway.

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15 hours ago, eddie said:

Remember the keeper at Brackley getting loads of stick when we played them in the play off final and when he went to get his losers medal he still got it but didn't jump into the crowd

I and a mate shook hands with him after the game he couldn't have behaved any better showed dignity and wished us all the best, 

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4 hours ago, Steve Lanzarote said:
Football League
Third Division
Season 1958–59
Champions Plymouth Argyle (1st title)
Promoted Hull City
Relegated Doncaster Rovers,
Notts County,
Rochdale
Stockport County
Matches played 552
Goals scored 1,733 (3.14 per match)
Top goalscorer Jim Towers (Brentford), 32 [3]
 1957–58 (North)
1957–58 (South)
1959–60 
Pos Team Pld   W D L F A   W D L F A   F A GA GD   Pts
1 Plymouth Argyle 46   14 7 2 55 27   9 9 5 34 32   89 59 1.508 +30   62
2 Hull City 46   19 3 1 65 21   7 6 10 25 34   90 55 1.636 +35   61
3 Brentford 46   15 5 3 49 22   6 10 7 27 27   76 49 1.551 +27   57
4 Norwich City 46   13 6 4 51 29   9 7 7 38 33   89 62 1.435 +27   57
5 Colchester United 46   15 2 6 46 31   6 8 9 25 36   71 67 1.060 +4   52
6 Reading 46   16 4 3 51 21   5 4 14 27 42   78 63 1.238 +15   50
7 Tranmere Rovers 46   15 3 5 53 22   6 5 12 29 45   82 67 1.224 +15   50
8 Southend United 46   14 6 3 52 26   7 2 14 33 54   85 80 1.063 +5   50
9 Halifax Town 46   14 5 4 48 25   7 3 13 32 52   80 77 1.039 +3   50
10 Bury 46   12 9 2 51 24   5 5 13 18 34   69 58 1.190 +11   48
11 Bradford City 46   13 4 6 47 25   5 7 11 37 51   84 76 1.105 +8   47
12 Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic 46   12 9 2 40 18   5 3 15 29 51   69 69 1.000 ±0   46
13 Queens Park Rangers 46   14 6 3 49 28   5 2 16 25 49   74 77 0.961 –3   46
14 Southampton 46   12 7 4 57 33   5 4 14 31 47   88 80 1.100 +8   45
15 Swindon Town 46   13 4 6 39 25   3 9 11 20 32   59 57 1.035 +2   45
16 Chesterfield 46   12 5 6 40 26   5 5 13 27 38   67 64 1.047 +3   44
17 Newport County 46   15 2 6 43 24   2 7 14 26 44   69 68 1.015 +1   43
18 Wrexham 46   12 6 5 40 30   2 8 13 23 47   63 77 0.818 –14   42
19 Accrington Stanley 46   10 8 5 42 31   5 4 14 29 56   71 87 0.816 –16   42
20 Mansfield Town 46   11 5 7 38 42   3 8 12 35 56   73 98 0.745 –25   41
21 Stockport County 46   9 7 7 33 23   4 3 16 32 55   65 78 0.833 –13   36
22 Doncaster Rovers 46   13 2 8 40 32   1 3 19 10 58   50 90 0.556 –40   33
23 Notts County 46   5 9 9 33 39   3 4 16 22 57   55 96 0.573 –41   29
24 Rochdale 46   8 7 8 21 26   0 5 18 16 53   37 79 0.468 –42   28

Just look at the teams in Division 3 58/59 season.

I never knew that Bournemouth were called and Boscombe too. Cheers Steve.

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I agree with F E A S shook hands with quite a few of our fans and lets face took a lot of stick that day.

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1 hour ago, dj funky said:

I agree with F E A S shook hands with quite a few of our fans and lets face took a lot of stick that day.

Still a coke head!

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1 hour ago, Erik Everhard said:

I never knew that Bournemouth were called and Boscombe too. Cheers Steve.

I followed the leagues through for the next few years, and in 1991 you came 2 from bottom but had the 'golden boot' winner with 35 goals?! Is that genuine or an error? Remarkable if so.

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