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Boro take a sightly different look at the two sides past history

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It was Steve Whitton who relegated them, not Nigel Pearson. And we appear to have got to both cup finals last year...

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Very good effort, not sure about some of it, but still.  A novel twist and not something we're going to get on any other teams website.

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I would have thought that Saturday 20 April 1974 would have been a high point for them - it was one of my low's as a lad them thrashing Wednesday 8-0!  ;-)

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I was at that game in 88/89 when we sent them down, they were in the North and on the triangle on the Kop.

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What an absolutely brilliant pile of crap

 

Love it

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Palin supports the blades as well? really?

 

Yes I thought he said he supports both, He mentions both in his travel TV series.

 

Also was Rising Damp set in Sheffield? I always thought it was London.

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Quite a good read. This fact interested me from that article;

 

Historic Cup Moment: Wednesday lost the 1966 FA Cup final after dropping their centre-half, who was so peeved he left for a team at the bottom of Division Three, one John Hickton.

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Yes I thought he said he supports both, He mentions both in his travel TV series.

 

Also was Rising Damp set in Sheffield? I always thought it was London.

 Rising Damp was never really set in a specific town. There are numerous Northern references mentioned such as the Pennines, M62 and yorkshire Traction buses.

 

Rigsby was 100% Leeds United, though. Gives them a warm mention about Leeds European Football.

 

My favorite comedy, btw.

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Quite a good read. This fact interested me from that article;

 

Historic Cup Moment: Wednesday lost the 1966 FA Cup final after dropping their centre-half, who was so peeved he left for a team at the bottom of Division Three, one John Hickton.

load of old tosh that is .....

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