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Discussion in 'Grounds Guide' started by wwe12465, Jan 6, 2013.
Linfield vs Cliftonville in 2006, Cliftonville got a shock 3-0 win
Athlone Town, September 2005. Season we won the First Div, it was a terrible 0-0 draw.
I was at Scunthorpe during the 2003/04 Division 3 campaign. We lost 6-2 that day. I don't remember much. The first away game I have memories of is the same season, away at York. We won 2-0 with both goals coming in the last 2 minutes of the game. I mostly remember the fence caging the fans in. Not being able to move an inch without bumping into somebody.
Port vale away 1998 danny mills went down in the box and clive mendonca scored from the spot kick winning 0-1 that day that we didn't deserve port vale played well and hit the wood work twice and should have took something from the game..
Coventry City's Highfield Road on Easter Monday 05/04/99
Lost 1-0 from a breakaway from a corner we had, Paul Jones had made a good save but the rebound was put home by George Boateng.
I remember everything was sky blue even the toilet piping, a certain Saints great Gordon Strachan was Cov's manager that day with us then being managed by Dave Jones.
A couple of weeks later I went away again to watch us play Wimbledon at the renamed "Dell"hurst Park where 9,000 Saints fans travelled up to watch us win 2-0 with Pahars scoring the 1st ad Le Tissier getting the 2nd straight from a corner.
"Great Escape 1999"
Six Fields (Northampton) in 96. Won 0-1, Darren Bazeley with a good goal. Such an odd place to have a stadium.
Blackpool away 2011, When they were in the Premier League. Even now I have no idea how my dad managed to get tickets to that game, Kieran Richardson scored for us and we won 1-2. Adam scored a penelty for them, just before he left for Liverpool.
The best atmosphere I had experienced, the stand was shaking! & we stood all game much to dads disgust
Ipswich in about 2002 I think. Lost 1-0.
Gillingham away, 1996, won 3-2. They got two penalties. A load of us congregated behind the goal, telling our 'keeper Tim Carter he could keep them out. He looked round and shook his head with a look of panic in his eyes. Correctly as it turned out, as he was sent the wrong way both times.
Ah, cherished memories...
QPR, lost 1-0 with Dexter Blackstock (yes him) scoring, was in the lower tier Row B so meant I saw nothing of the game
Middlesbrough this season, in the family stand, my mate is a Boro fan.
I can't actually remember for sure, even though it was only a couple of years ago!
Fairly sure it was a 3-0 win at Craven Cottage.
Not been yet, I'm only 16 like.
Bolton away in the FA Cup in 1996. We won 1-0 through a Rod Wallace goal.
This one, from March 2001: http://www.bufc.drfox.org.uk/N170301.html
My memory's a bit sketchy but there was some sort of deal where transport was cheap (maybe a fiver) if you had a couple of vouchers from a programme and the local paper. It was a cracking game, even though we lost, on what was an enormous pitch at Belle Vue.
First away match i went to was probably the best away day ive done
Feb 2002: beat sheff wed at Hillsborough 2- 1 with a 94th minute winner to send about 6000 millers go wild, unforgettable away day, and the same thing happened the season after aswel, same scoreline, same time we scored the winner 94th minute, but a different goal scorer.
FA Cup semi-final against Leeds Utd, Hillsboro 1972. We were torn apart that day.
Chesterfield at Saltergate with Stockport in 2007, drew 1-1, atmosphere was pretty loud, especially when county got the equaliser!
Aston Villa away in 2006, our first ever away game in the top flight.
Millwall away 1984 first game of the season aged 14 yrs old we went up on the offical supporters bus me with my best my mate we told our parents we were going to the beach and sleeping over in each others houses (life was easy and simple back then plus parents didn't care) about 100 Swansea City fans went into the Millwall end and all hell broke out for the rest of the game with 2 full on pitch invasions by both sets of fans and the Police kept us in after the game for over an hour and was reported on the 9 o clock news ...spoke to a few Millwall fans over the years since that game who were there that day and laugh couldn't believe the cheek of Swansea City fans went into the Millwall end that day