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Cambridge utd v Sheffield Wednesday 1991 FA cup

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Was anyone else there that day.i was on way back to car when I heard a little cheer and thought well at least we got a goal back. Put radio on and it was their 4th being cheered lol

 

 

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Yes.

 

One of the most horrific experiences as a Wednesday fan ever.

 

We got absolutely bullied that game.

 

And the parking was shyt.

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2 minutes ago, WatfordOwl said:

Yes.

 

One of the most horrific experiences as a Wednesday fan ever.

 

We got absolutely bullied that game.

 

And the parking was shyt.

We was in that big field at back of away fans end.

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1 minute ago, EXCALIBUR said:

We was in that big field at back of away fans end.

I remember it well.

 

That field was in a better state than the pitch at least.

 

 

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1 minute ago, WatfordOwl said:

I remember it well.

 

That field was in a better state than the pitch at least.

 

 

Yep and had the tiniest little humpback bridge I'd ever seen for people to walk over.

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Yes and i was stood in there end because we'd sold out

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I was there, strange day, went for a curry and a gallon of lager at the everest at Heeley afterwards. 

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the one and only time where I bunged the gateman to let me in …...  …with hindsight I shouldn't have bothered. 

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2 minutes ago, torryowl said:

the one and only time where I bunged the gateman to let me in …...  …with hindsight I shouldn't have bothered. 

Didn't know we had sepp blatter on forum. Welcome aboard ;-)

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Yes. Barry Neville with his scratch card in the pub redrawing the winner as the genuine winner was a Cambridge fan. The performance was shocking and saw our fans having some pretty fierce arguments with themselves behind the goal.

 

We got done by an and coming striker by the name of Dion Dublin.

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3Dr0k4YPMEhD4&ved=2ahUKEwjS8r2HqsrdAhXJasAKHVDrBngQwqsBMAB6BAgIEAU&usg=AOvVaw1ZL1VlwX1WAwhNWEB_9Xk4

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1 minute ago, Ronnie Starling said:

Yes. Barry Neville with his scratch card in the pub redrawing the winner as the genuine winner was a Cambridge fan. The performance was shocking and saw our fans having some pretty fierce arguments with themselves behind the goal.

 

We got done by an and coming striker by the name of Dion Dublin.

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3Dr0k4YPMEhD4&ved=2ahUKEwjS8r2HqsrdAhXJasAKHVDrBngQwqsBMAB6BAgIEAU&usg=AOvVaw1ZL1VlwX1WAwhNWEB_9Xk4

John Taylor I think was his strike partner who went to Watford I think. 

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11 minutes ago, EXCALIBUR said:

John Taylor I think was his strike partner who went to Watford I think. 

They were very effective. Cambridge werent pretty but played to their strengths. You couldnt play football on that pitch.

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3 minutes ago, Ronnie Starling said:

They were very effective. Cambridge werent pretty but played to their strengths. You couldnt play football on that pitch.

Didn't they have a midfielder that day too who went on to make a good career in the top flight. 

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Yes , I regret to say that I was there, bloody awful game.

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I was there too. One of the rare if not only times we didn’t turn up that season. 

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Me and a few mates went on their end because we couldn’t get tickets,really bad day we were rubbish.

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1 hour ago, EXCALIBUR said:

Didn't they have a midfielder that day too who went on to make a good career in the top flight. 

Who could forget our old friend Steve Claridge.

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11 minutes ago, Ronnie Starling said:

Who could forget our old friend Steve Claridge.

No.not him another player 

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I was in the home end. It wasn't fun. To be fair Cambridge had a good side and an awful pitch. Alan Kimble played left back, he went on to play for Wimbledon in the premier league.

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