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Trying to think of any others. In the era when Salopian sports stars represented all the home nations except for England (cf Sandy Lyle, Ian...
Hello (hello) again to the 'Dee.
With the (in)famous oak tree just out of shot.
I remember the 1990 World Cup took place shortly after the publication of the final Taylor Report, and everyone raved about Italian stadia.
Some of the seat prices seem suspiciously low. I remember seats going at a premium of 50-100% in the mid to late 1980s when I started going....
I suppose it is a less painful way of being relegated than taking regular stuffings or losing to last minute goals.
Shrews win at home with a 95th minute winner!
Still going down though.
1) I don't live in Shropshire.
2) If I did, are Wolves seriously not going to sell me a ticket if I come from the same place as a large % of their...
Apologies for the double-post, but Saturday's attendance was the largest at a league game involving Shrewsbury Town since 19 January 1972, when...
I did go to Maine Road in the 1990s, sat in the main stand behind a real-life Paul Calf type. He figured about halfway through...
Colchester to win 3-0. Shrewsbury to go on a losing run from here and finish bottom with 37 points.
Not selling tickets on the turnstiles on matchday. And then getting to the front of a half hour queue at the ticket-office, having to give your...
Was incognito among the Wolves fans. What a pain in the arse buying tickets on matchday is nowadays. Arrived in plenty of time, nearly missed...
Tom Eaves was John Gayle awful today. I was hoping he would get substituted after coming on as sub.
Why didn't he square it Taylor at the end?
A lot of the "good" things on here (no fences, better atmosphere, facilities) held true in the mid-1990s.
I have a "big" club who are my second...
Some ex-league grounds (still standing):
Jew trumps black in the victim-card stakes.
Is it pay on the day? Nothing on the Wolves website suggests otherwise.