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how long have people been supporting wednesday ?

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Since the early 1970s. I was taken as a baby so I was too young to remember my first game and I can't ever remember a time when I didn't go.

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Im 37 and went to my first match when I was 5, been hooked ever since.Ive seen the good times and the bad ones and this is the first time in my life where im finding my self questioning my faith.

Obviously I love to see us do well but win, lose or draw, as long as we've had a go I can take positives, im struggling to take any positives from the stagnant dross that is getting served up week after week.

The back end of last season was great, we had a bit of quality in the team, we looked good but for me it was a false dawn.The club new what we needed and failed to provide it.

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there's not many young uns posted on here yet

 

don't be ashamed of being young, living at home £20 a week board. all you'v got to spend your money on is wednesday & them birds you pull on facebook ( too easy for em these days )

 

ya jammy little [email protected]

Funniest post all weekend !!

1968 v. wolves, 2-2 draw.

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1955 was my first game with my dad,can't remember much about it tbh only thing that sticks out is being passed overhead down to the front , and my dad running franticly down the gangway to meet me at the bottom ,

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1970 for me. Went to my first proper game in 1967 (QPR v Stoke at Loftus Rd). Then was dragged to the Lane by my Blunt supporting family for a couple of seasons.

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May 1967 v Arsenal. Although my earliest Wednesday memory is my grandfather with tears in his eyes in front of the tele for the 1966 Final.

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1972,Home to Hull City we won 4-2 and i seem to recall Stuart Pearson got sent off.

Hooked from day 1 until now seen really bad times and good times too.

Hopefully i will get to see good times again but not expecting them any time soon.

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Since I was about 10........bl88dy hell, that's 53 years! Been far two many lows but it's in the blood and changing is not an option.

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1959/60 season...had a season ticket since 1980...mind you I'm holding the club back

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1966 v Sheffield United at Hillsborough. 2-2 draw. McCalliog and ford I think. Obviously no idea who got the Blunts goals.

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Over 50 years of chronic depression.

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First game was about 1999, I've still got a long time to go yet. 

 

lol

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Dec 1964 v Blackpool 4-1 to the owls

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Hell, most of you don't know what suffering is. 1946, at the age of 6, when I first went, and I'm still watching the same crap. Who was it said the best thing about hitting your thumb with the hammer is marvellous when you stop? 

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First game was in 1960. Been going ever since. Had a season ticket for last 30 odd years. Best player I've seen play for us in that time is Chris Waddle, and the best 2 strikers were David Hirst and Bronco Layne. Best keeper was Ron Springett and the 2 best central defenders were Peter Swan and Des Walker.

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First game was in 1960. Been going ever since. Had a season ticket for last 30 odd years. Best player I've seen play for us in that time is Chris Waddle, and the best 2 strikers were David Hirst and Bronco Layne. Best keeper was Ron Springett and the 2 best central defenders were Peter Swan and Des Walker.

 

 

You do realise that were holding the club back by being a season ticket holder for 30 yrs...we should be ashamed of ourselves

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so it's the old timers fault Davey , might have known , ;-)

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