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Two stand out for me, getting clouted after celebrating warhursts last min equaliser stood on the derby terrace 93 (not clever. Id kept calm first two goals)

 

second having to sit quiet as we scored SEVEN away at burnley. Chuff me not like that happens every century :duntmatter:

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21 minutes ago, robowl4life said:

Sat in Hudds end twice, beat them both times. Just grinned.

 

Sat in Preston end once think it ended up 0-0 but Chris Brunt scored... Wednesday end went wild so stood up but managed to contain it and just clapped. Got a bit of abuse but nowt major. Ended up being offside anyway lol 

How funny if you got spannered for a disallowed goal:tango:

 

 

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Sat in the John street stand at the Sty with a couple of mates. Behind the Blunts Bumming Club. Hirsty scored and all the Blunts were going apeshit at him. I joined in shouting "Oi Hirsty you pit rat.......put another f@cker in". It got a little uncomfortable after that.

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1 hour ago, marconi said:

Leeds when we beat them 3-2 three good goals from Tudgay, Brunt, and JJ.

Very hard trying to look disappointed as they flew in, espescially Brunt's beauty.

 

Same for me, last minute decision, went with a couple of leeds fans who had a ticket spare

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In the early eighties my first job after uni was in Kent. I went to see us at Stamford Bridge and walking up to the away end I was asked by a policeman where I lived,

Rochester I replied and was turned away. I watched from the Shed. Didn't make a peep when Banno gave us the lead. They won though, Walker crossed to Droy

I think. Miserable day!

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45 minutes ago, steelowl said:

millwall 

 

I win 

Done that too. Night match in 70's stood bang on the half way line just below where their main mob were singing. Saw Harry the dog one of their main idiots, thought ffs don't ask me the time or owt about players. As luck would have it we lost. Also stood on the shed end purposefully as we knew our fans would be kept in for up to an hour after the game and we would have to leave the escort to get to the car making it obvious who we were.

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Sat in the away end at Bournemouth when we drew 1-1, I think it was Heckingbottom that scored in the 94th minute to equalise. Got a few angry looks but nothing tricky.

 

Also Ipswich away when Nigel Pearson scored the winner, think it was the season we won the league cup. I'd backed Pearson at 50/1 to score the first goal, 2 quid on. A decent return in those days. Anyway, Ipswich fans didn't mind us celebrating. 

 

Also been in Forest home end with a Forest supporting mate. We won 1-0 and I think I stood up when we scored , got a few looks but nothing happened. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, bigrbuk said:

Lower John Street with the BBC as a 12ish year old. My dad didn't think twice about lifting me up to celebrate us scoring.

Three of us somehow ended up on there for the game in the early nineties when we lost 2-0. Pretty unpleasant experience surrounded by their Orcs and to cap it all had to watch Bradshaw walking towards us kissing the badge.

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Was in Forest end when we won 3-0 a couple of seasons ago. We played some great stuff that day and Forest couldn't handle us at times. Managed to keep in in until the 3rd when i stood up, fortunately a few forest fans did as well to have a go at them. 

After the match I stayed to watch the team walk off and as they approached the tunnel there were a fair few clapping them off and cheering them, so suppose there was a few Wednesday in there that day. 

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3 hours ago, oz_owl said:

Leeds away in '96 when we won 2-0.  Had driven up straight from work on a whim and got tickets in the main stand.

 

https://www.11v11.com/matches/leeds-united-v-sheffield-wednesday-20-august-1996-22564/

Same for me and sat in the same place either the year before or after when we won again.

i was the only Yorkshireman around me. Bloke whose guest I was, he was Scottish, Norwegians, Irish and all sorts everywhere.

think it was fairly obvious who I was supporting but I didn’t feel particularly threatened ( I had had a couple).

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