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Mole

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  1. Mole

    Last day for 1867 tomorrow

    I thought Groundhog day was last week?
  2. He won relegation in 2003.
  3. Mole

    Millwall sold out?

    You missed the lovely surroundings and welcoming locals.
  4. Mole

    DC

    Yes, it's true. My parents were on the official coaches and she told me they'd been given a free packed lunch.
  5. Mole

    SWFC Opponents

    Bradford?
  6. Haven't ever seen one. First one i'm aware of is 88/89
  7. It really makes me laugh, seen quite a few posts on here and social media about how they wouldn't swap places, give me the championship every week etc etc, what a load of nonsense! If you don't want the premier league 'experience', switch to supporting Hallam FC, much cheaper prices, no priority points required for an away game, and it's a regional league so you don't have to spend a month's wages on a pint in that London. I want to see Sheffield Wednesday playing against the best teams, and hopefully beat them now and again, like we used to frequently in the 90s. All this "i'd rather stay in the championship" is laughable. Those tuesday night games at home to the likes of Bolton and Millwall really get the juices flowing!!
  8. Was in the home end behind the goal, so opposite end to most wednesday fans. In fairness they were singing quite a bit where I was, mainly about hating Spurs, or Spurs' lack of trophies recently. Towards the end there was a chant of "you've had your day out, now f**k off home" which made me chuckle. Could see Tango's moobs from 100 yards away.
  9. Remember that one, he took a right beating. After about 40 seconds of the match
  10. Following on from the thread when we've sat in the home end at away grounds, does anybody have any tales of opposing fans in the home stands at Hillsborough? I can remember an odd one, we were at home to Gillingham, and there were three Gills fans next to me in the North Stand. It just seemed quite odd as there were about 300 in the away end, so it wasn't sold out! Also one was a woman, so I can't imagine they were a bunch of banned hooligans! Just seems very odd that you'd actively choose not to sit with your own fans. They did score too, and it was a sort of mumbled 'yes' from them. Weird!
  11. Mole

    In the home end

    3-3 at Brentford. We were 3-1 up with 10 minutes to go. Was sat next to the world's biggest Brentford fan, who kept asking me about players, formations etc. Managed to blag it with a mockney accent until the equaliser went in, all the Brentford fans around me were in hysterics. In the home end on Sunday!
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