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Iggy Doonican

My one second of Chelsea fame.

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At the very start of this video there are two young (those were the days) geezers that is me and my mate. We are both resplendent in our Sergio Tachini tracksuit tops me in a blue and white one him in a white one. I actually talked to Coe just before this I had no idea there was a camera crew with him. This is from 1984 we played Sheffield Wednesday Mickey Thomas scoring twice on his home debut and becoming an instant cult hero by celebrating with us in Gate 13 of the East Stand.

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Chuchie rosey red cheeks ;)

I was sent a Youtube link of an entirely different nature at Maine Rd along with Mr Eccles.I think May 2001, last match of season when it kicked off  after a 100 or so managed to get in our end over the pitch while throwng chunks of turf and horse shit. Citeh being relegated. Actually had some Milwall come along that day.

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1 hour ago, Unionjack said:

Chuchie rosey red cheeks ;)

I was sent a Youtube link of an entirely different nature at Maine Rd along with Mr Eccles.I think May 2001, last match of season when it kicked off  after a 100 or so managed to get in our end over the pitch while throwng chunks of turf and horse shit. Citeh being relegated. Actually had some Milwall come along that day.

I was at Maine Road in 84 and 89 we completely took the place over our away support in those days was second to none. Eccles at 3.45.

 

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1 hour ago, Iggy Doonican said:

I was at Maine Road in 84 and 89 we completely took the place over our away support in those days was second to none. Eccles at 3.45.

 

That was 2001 Iggy.

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32 minutes ago, Iggy Doonican said:

Yes mate I know I should have said sorry.

 

Excellent clips. Lets hope we show Peps lot a clean pair of heels too. Shaping up tro be game of season. But my moneys on us.

I knew that was 2001 as its the clip I was sent lol Even tho they knew they were relegated the week before it still felt that we had given them a nice send off.

 

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 I was at Maine Road in 90s. It was a really great day. One guy wrote me an essay about this place on essay scorer online ,however, I do not really remember details, but you are welcome to check it on your own as I am gonna upload it.
It is very interesting!

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15 minutes ago, Marvelous said:

 I was at Maine Road in 90s. It was a really great day. One guy wrote me an essay about this place on the essay scorer ,however, I do not really remember details, but you are welcome to check it on your own as I am gonna upload it.
It is very interesting!

mmmm! Maybe the whif of fried SPAM about this!

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6 minutes ago, Unionjack said:

Best spam bit ever

A fried spam sarney with US mustard is luvly. Not deep fried fritter - just fried..

(I'm right tho eh)

Haven't had spam since the 70's mate ha ha. We used to get spam fritters in school which was cold meat covered in greasy batter. Not as bad as the sausages though which looked like roadkill wrapped in a condom.

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12 minutes ago, Iggy Doonican said:

Haven't had spam since the 70's mate ha ha. We used to get spam fritters in school which was cold meat covered in greasy batter. Not as bad as the sausages though which looked like roadkill wrapped in a condom.

Yeah and sometimes the batter wasn't fried enough so it would be gooey under a rock hard crust.

But never made school that often. Would spend my days looking round record shops and stalls or walking round the Dilly buzzing my head off.

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