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  1. just by bottles from the little window.
  2. Mabels Tavern is where the London Owls all head. Annoyingly its full of office tail tugging tuggers on a friday night - but by the time the match starts they have usually realised theyre not welcome!
  3. north stand - bang centre. brilliant seats (still get a bit of sun in yer eyes in the late afternoons) south stand has no legroom!
  4. https://www.facebook.com/mabelstavern/
  5. big games attract a big crowd - small games less so (obviously) but there's usually a few shirts kicking around. Went with my parents for the game against Huddersfield and had a nice bit of lunch (as a treat for me mum) and watched the game (as a treat for me!) The only complaint is the coffee machine hasn't worked for months - but they let you go to Pret and buy hot drinks from there and drink them inside. I think the bar manager lass has worked out that its an important pub for Wednesday fans - for a while she kept putting the "other" game on half the TVs - WTF LOVE!
  6. i like this thread. Beats the poo out of those terrible story pre match build up posts. Short and sweet please - this is the millennial attention span generation
  7. as some have said - id just retire from football. Perhaps pick up a liking for some spoiled premiership team - maybe go to the odd SheffieldFC game. a reborn Wednesday wouldnt be the same.
  8. this looks like the likeliest route. Minimal away fans - all the home fans milling about on Penistone road
  9. If it’s like the ones they have a cricket - they work elsewhere that has a radio broadcasting on that channel (other stadiums? Other sports)
  10. AAA copies https://www.topjersey.ru/2019-2020-sheffield-home-red-amp-white-thailand-soccer-jersey-403_p10974.html
  11. The trees mark the river. The house is still there - depending on the lenses the cameras used far off objects might appear nearer.
  12. 8/7/66: Swiss "sex scandal" in Sheffield Sheffield formed an industrial backdrop to something of a scandal, or as close as Swiss football has got to one. Players Leo Eichmann, Kobi Kuhn and Werner Leimgruber broke curfew after two local girls drove them around the city: “The five of us were squeezed into this Mini,” Kuhn recalled, “the two women in the front and the three of us crammed into the back. We could barely move.” The Swiss press broke the story, players’ wives hotfooted it from the Alps and the Swiss FA banned the trio for life; they took legal action and the ban was overturned. Kobi Kuhn even managed the national team at the 2006 World Cup, and presumably warned his players never to clamber into a Mini. Read more at https://www.fourfourtwo.com/gallery/33-amazing-unseen-images-behind-1966-world-cup-scenes#h73fbxfrs0SYuAis.99
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