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48 minutes ago, bradowl said:

Millwall away when they scored and goal got disallowed, Millwall players didn't realise and carried on celebrating whilst we took a quick free kick and went down other end and Frank Simec scored to give us a very important 1-0 win.

 

To say them Millwall fans were upset was an understatement. :tango:

Wasn't Bullen in the net also - the JP commentary for that was brillant. Loads of Millwall fans offering him out on air - he just told em to fec off.

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59 minutes ago, bradowl said:

Millwall away when they scored and goal got disallowed, Millwall players didn't realise and carried on celebrating whilst we took a quick free kick and went down other end and Frank Simec scored to give us a very important 1-0 win.

 

To say them Millwall fans were upset was an understatement. :tango:

All that plus Lee Bullen in goal and a second half full of "Scotland's No 1" chants. We got a mandatory police escort back to London Bridge station, despite living down the road from The Den...

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Running onto the pitch at the end of the Wycombe game in 2012...to then stand there really awkwardly and not know what to do. 

 

There was footage of it and you can pick me out just standing there like a dozy git, scratching my head. 

 

Met Kivo in the pub later and he'd ripped up some of the turf and put it in his pocket. 

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Remember Burnley away not longer after we'd come out of the premier league when the squad had been decimated and people shouting "who!" As the announcer read the team out.

 

adam muller etc.

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Remember when we got relegated from the Championship in I think 2003. 

 

Only we could go and beat the league leaders (and eventual champions in Portsmouth) away and then get relegated about 7 days later. Better yet we celebrated going to the third tier by hammering Burnley 7-2 at Turf Moor. 

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Sunderland fan getting lamped in front of the North Stand.

 

Bolton fan falling off the upper tier of the Leppings Lane end.

 

The player (Charlton?) who kept waving his arms at the ref in protest to not getting a foul and all the crowd taunting him with 'wey' every time he waived them. He had about 10 goes at it.

 

'Jermaine Johnson is not a right back'.

 

'Would the owner of a Toyota 'Orrace.......'

 

 

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1 hour ago, SiJ said:

Remember when we got relegated from the Championship in I think 2003. 

 

Only we could go and beat the league leaders (and eventual champions in Portsmouth) away and then get relegated about 7 days later. Better yet we celebrated going to the third tier by hammering Burnley 7-2 at Turf Moor. 

 

And not one striker scored that day. 

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Gary Shelton coming onto the pitch at St Andrews for the warm-up sporting a vicious new hairstyle.

 

2000 of us pointing and shouting "Skinhead, skinhead".

 

He took it really well. Big smile.

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7 hours ago, bradowl said:

Millwall away when they scored and goal got disallowed, Millwall players didn't realise and carried on celebrating whilst we took a quick free kick and went down other end and Frank Simec scored to give us a very important 1-0 win.

 

To say them Millwall fans were upset was an understatement. :tango:

 

I was laughing my head off at them,  from the safety of Meadowhalllol

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Not essentially Wednesday related, but a personal highlight was around 2003 when me and some mates had season tickets and were very much in our teenage stoner phase. A quick spliff in the toilets at half time was the highlight of the awful football on show most weeks. You could smoke in the ground in those days so we never got busted.

 

During the second half against Preston (I think) a load of smoke began to billow from behind the Leppings Lane end as something was obviously on fire outside the stadium. My mate, in a very stoned stupor, instantly got incredibly paranoid (which anyone who knows, knows) and legged it down the Kop stairs and to the front and then continued to run off out of the stadium by the North Stand. 

 

Very strange, but it was great viewing. 

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That Oxford United trainer from the 1970s with the very effeminate run. Everybody wolf whistled him when he ran on to treat one of their players.

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Honolulu beach party, watching the stewards trying to get people sat down only to be battered by an inflatable banana..

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Port Vale away in 1976 and the announcer coming over the tannoy requesting "Will the Port Vale fans please evacuate the spion kop" as hundreds of Wednesday fans charged across the pitch towards the home end!

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Graham Couglan heading the ball with a concussion, whilst wearing a vest - before going off injured. 

 

I'm sure he was at Owls In The Park yesterday too. 

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Away at Rotherham last season, I think it was Bannan that chucked his shirt into the crowd. 

 

Some teenage lad reached out to get it and toppled over onto the pitch (on TV).  

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Hirsty's shot knocking off Ozzie Owl's head in the warm-up. 

 

 

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N’Dumbu-N’Sungu’s last act as a Wednesday player before conveniently being shipped out of the club being innocently (not knowing what it was or said) holding up an ‘Allen Out’ sign after the Black Balloon protests.

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Just now, DeeJayOne said:

N’Dumbu-N’Sungu’s last act as a Wednesday player before conveniently being shipped out of the club being innocently (not knowing what it was or said) holding up an ‘Allen Out’ sign after the Black Balloon protests.

 

 

That photo is still controversial to this day due to who was stood with him

 

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18 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

That photo is still controversial to this day due to who was stood with him

 

lol

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