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Sound very bitter and quite jealous in some ways, especially regarding our celebrations etc. 
 

They’ll end up in the play offs again... the players know it, the fans know it and everyone else know it. F.uck em.

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2 hours ago, Gargoyle said:

£2.50 in the 80's ?

 

One of us has a crap memory, i turned up for a Tuesday night match in the 80's with a mate, match had just started, offered the gateman a tenner (it was £8 on the Kop), two hat said he had no change it was a tenner or nowt so i said nowt and launched myself over the turnstile, knocking the robbing get back into his kennel.

My mate had to stump up a tenner. (not sure what year but definitely early/mid 80s):mad:

1 started going in 1984 I paid £1.50 on kop 100% and remember it was £2.50 for an adult no idea about north stand etc , it soon started to go up after that . my memory aint great but certain things I remember . saw something on her a few months ago showing what prices were mid eighties and crowds etc I was shocked how low prices were and how small crowds were ,even aston villa some Saturdays only had 8000 in top league and leeds too ,I week you could have 12000 then 50000 nearly if you played Liverpool. 

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1 hour ago, robowl4life said:

Sound very bitter and quite jealous in some ways, especially regarding our celebrations etc. 
 

They’ll end up in the play offs again... the players know it, the fans know it and everyone else know it. F.uck em.

proper funny though listening to there bitter rants , I was stuck in bus que with them when all Wednesday coaches and buses went past the 400 waiting in line ,that was quality . and hearing em on bus saying did you see them at end(us) did they win the league way they carried on. just classic just love beating them ,if they don't go up it be worth buying a  very decent drink to celebrate . 

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2 hours ago, adelphi1867 said:

1975/6, 6,700ish for a home game.

This when the ground held 50k.

Also went to watch Wed's at Newcastlt just before the Keegan era and only 7,500 there.

yer someone put something on here about same thing a few weeks/months ago I was shocked and I looked it up and it was amazing to see the difference from 1 game to the next regards attendance ,there were a lot of factors for that 1 season tickets wernt that popular then it was pay on gate for 90% and there was a lot of trouble back then which kept a lot of families away etc. 

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Toytown Fan doing a bit of Rectal Rimming in this one....

 

 

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Classy club them lot. 

 

Proper toys have come out the pram after that. 

 

You expect it from that spunk trumpet of a fanbase, but low and behold you've got their players mouthing off too. 

 

Describing a fellow pro as a "big lump" and so on. 

 

Quite comfortably one of the most deluded, blinkered clubs/fanbases/cities in the country. 

 

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On 11/01/2020 at 22:59, The Regulator said:


Good view of the away end celebrations in this one.

Is this crack pot wanting to be a politician or summat sound like a dik head lol

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5 minutes ago, SiJ said:

Classy club them lot. 

 

Proper toys have come out the pram after that. 

 

You expect it from that spunk trumpet of a fanbase, but low and behold you've got their players mouthing off too. 

 

Describing a fellow pro as a "big lump" and so on. 

 

Quite comfortably one of the most deluded, blinkered clubs/fanbases/cities in the country. 

 

One of ?

I can safely say they’re a cut above. 

Self entitled.

Arrogant.

Insular.

 

Worked in Leeds / Harrogate for 20 years. Never knew humans could be so thick about football. Majority just seem to want an argument. 

Don’t forget their most common claim...best fans in the country.

 

 :duntmatter:

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I loved walking round leeds yesterday in my wednesday hoodie. It brings a great satisfaction when they saw the badge and just dropped their heads. Couldnt even make eye contact with me .........happy me

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6 hours ago, We'llNeverBeMastered said:

Ben White now claiming that Leeds failed on Saturday because 'they weren't up against a big team' 

 

The most bitter, deluded, scruffiest of cockwombles the world has ever seen.

Given that Wednesday are one of the bigger teams in the Championship, this does not augur well for Leeds' prospects over the rest of the season.

As for calling Nuhiu a 'big lump', what does that make White as he clearly could not handle him even for the last few minutes of the game?

 

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3 hours ago, handworth52 said:

1 started going in 1984 I paid £1.50 on kop 100% and remember it was £2.50 for an adult no idea about north stand etc , it soon started to go up after that . my memory aint great but certain things I remember . saw something on her a few months ago showing what prices were mid eighties and crowds etc I was shocked how low prices were and how small crowds were ,even aston villa some Saturdays only had 8000 in top league and leeds too ,I week you could have 12000 then 50000 nearly if you played Liverpool. 

I'm going to bow to your superior memory, looked at old tickets for sale on E bay and although they are all for stand tickets they are sightly higher than the £2.50 you said for the Kop so you are correct. I paid on the gate and what i said definitely happened, must have been early 90s by which time it was £8 on the Kop.

 

In '91 I picked six tickets up for the South stand for the Man U match and I'm sure they were £20 each (mates wanted a day out). 

Prices didn't half rocket in a relatively short space of time back then:sad:

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7 hours ago, asteener1867 said:

How f.ookin' disrespectful that is to talk about a fellow pro footballer in such a way....................

 

 

what a f.ookin' tw *t!

You can smell the sense of entitlement of their players and fans all the way from here!

 

No wonder everyone hates them!

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On 11/01/2020 at 15:59, The Regulator said:


Good view of the away end celebrations in this one.

Never get tired of watching our fans celebrate a late winner, and this is double bubble!

 

Well done all those who went, you did us proud.

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8 hours ago, bradowl said:

 

I'd go along with this though Man U always had advantage in sheer numbers, this was case when coming to S6 in 74. 

 

Man City were a nasty lot back in them days too. 

Wycombe had a tasty firm, always up for some gratis windmilling.

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On 12/01/2020 at 10:14, Mr Farrell said:

You have to work in Leeds, and be the only Owl there, in charge of 300 of the scrubbers to get the full joy.

 

Words can't do it justice.

 

garymegson


Prison guard?? lol

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3 hours ago, Socialist_Owl said:

Wycombe had a tasty firm, always up for some gratis windmilling.

Well I wouldn't mess with one of their forwards even today. lol

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6 hours ago, Gargoyle said:

I'm going to bow to your superior memory, looked at old tickets for sale on E bay and although they are all for stand tickets they are sightly higher than the £2.50 you said for the Kop so you are correct. I paid on the gate and what i said definitely happened, must have been early 90s by which time it was £8 on the Kop.

 

In '91 I picked six tickets up for the South stand for the Man U match and I'm sure they were £20 each (mates wanted a day out). 

Prices didn't half rocket in a relatively short space of time back then:sad:

Trying to remember but got my first season ticket on the Kop in 82/83. You were deemed an adult at 14 based on your age on 1st June IIRC. I have a figure of 42 quid stuck in my mind but that could have been a season or two after. 

 

We used to judge the value on the number of "free" games you got in what was a 21 game season - so again from memory that was about 7 games 

 

Know it started to get less and then I did not renew when I went to uni in 86/87.

 

The value as much was ticket priority for the semi finals in 83 and 86 - but away games, home cup games.

 

But yep the crowds would fluctuate remarkably and randomly. One week in that era we got 33k on a Tuesday night and 16k on the Saturday 

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1 hour ago, Morepork said:


Prison guard?? lol

 

Feels like it.

 

WTF:

 

 

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11 hours ago, swfcAH said:

Toytown Fan doing a bit of Rectal Rimming in this one....

 

 


A Rotherham fan that keeps going to Leeds game? What an absolute p***k! lol

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First day back at work today since the win (I work in Castleford) cannot wait to give it to them, my mate decided to completely ignore me this weekend after previously giving it the big un on how they were gonna smash us

 

lol :tango:garymegson

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