Discussion in 'Pure Football' started by Andy Reids Love Chil, Jul 2, 2011.
Just found this shite on a link that was posted earlier.
Have we ever attempted a take of one of there ends in the past??
Oh and 20 pages
Wow. Where to begin?
I predict that Rivera was there and has a good few stories to tell
Did I mention that it was all utter shite.
i dont remember owt like that, few scuffles but he's makin it sound like a full on war
I do remember it, approx 200 thugs punching out at grandads and kids unexpectedly. If they were that hard why didnt they do it in their groups of two or three on the way to the ground instead of keeping their heads down.
Like most thugs they can only fight in large groups against people not expecting or wanting it, one to one they brick it and run.
They spelt 'Fulwell' wrong.
They also knew exactly where the "lads" were and didn't go near, when they started to get a bit off aggro back from the lads coming in and moving along, they scarpered.
I posted this a while back...
I was in the Fulwell that day. Soon after the kick-off, about 150 mags began chanting “United”. They were to the right of the back central section as you looked at the pitch, surrounded by a load of bemused looking middle-aged blokes and kids, who cleared away leaving them stood in a circle on their own. There was a stand-off for about 10 seconds (the red fence ran down the terrace between them and the middle section) before the police took them out, although they hardly looked reluctant to leave.
That is from a bloke nearing 50 - tosser.
Passed the mainstand eh?
NME eh, i started to dislike them when they published a music magazine.
Newcastle Mainline Express.
"someone asked for and actually got 100(tickets)". Superb fabrication
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