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Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt

dicksie3 7:00 Thu Sep 25
Cockney Reds
Does anyone know any of these wankers and their mob from the 70s and 80s?...

What a bunch of embarrassing, glory-hunting fucking wankers...

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The Marsh Mongrel 3:00 Tue Sep 30
Re: Cockney Reds
Sorry, was Coco from Sandon/Danbury?

The Marsh Mongrel 2:21 Tue Sep 30
Re: Cockney Reds
A few memories of my first visit to OT on a cold Tuesday night in 1983.
A geezer on the train up, was selling tickets for the seats in the home end (to the left of the away terrace). we must've looked puzzled and said no thanks. Who sits in the away seats at football matches? I'm sure we were the first.
We were shit, Devo got a consolation as we lost 1-2.
In the escort coming out, one of their loons drove his Puch 90 (I kid you not) at OB sparking mayhem!

On the train home, saw one of our lot from the seats who'd been sussed in the bogs at HT. Dozens of Stanley knife cuts on his face...

No cockney reds on the train btw. I used to see them mid 70's come through Chelmsford for night games on their coach (I was at school there). Always plenty of West Ham around the bus station!

23ad 4:22 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
arsegrapes the goals are shown


dicksie3 3:30 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds

Eddie B 3:06 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
Actually NS, that's how I imagine you talking and looking.

Eddie B 2:56 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
You wanna get involved?!??


Northern Sold 2:04 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
Look at Eerie trying to get involved... Ha Ha ha

Swiss. 1:10 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds

That's because its a c&p from the Hooligan books they are writing.

Eerie Descent 12:49 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
All the proper old school ruckers seem to write in long paragraphs. Not a knock, just an observation.

And the clearest sign that Sold0 definitely WASN’T involved in any tasty stuff back in the day, regardless of his ‘tales’ of yore.

Eddie B 12:38 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
Sorry - 125,001 then.

Far Cough 12:38 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
I was a regular North Banker in those days and the only team that tried to take it was the aforementioned Cockney Reds

Far Cough 12:36 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
No, that I can believe

Eddie B 12:36 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
FC, erm, from my first line don't you think I was deliberately being ridiculous?

ludo21 12:36 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
Well Eddy.... your memory is obviously letting you down, 'cos the action was on the SB!

Far Cough 12:34 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
"Must have been about 125,000 people in the NB that day. "

Don't be ridiculous

Eddie B 12:32 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
I was 4 in 1975, but like everyone else was in the North Bank running the Red Army.

Must have been about 125,000 people in the NB that day.

South Bank Exile 12:21 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds
eswing hammer 9:11 Sun Sep 28

I think we are talking about the same day as I do recall they were in the second division at the time.

As you say, hordes of them. They had massive away support in those days.

Hammer and Pickle 12:09 Mon Sep 29
Re: Cockney Reds

wanstead_hammer 11:53 Sun Sep 28
Re: Cockney Reds
Yep, even all the stallholders in The Queens market were waiting tooled up waiting for em.

cuzoftheeast 11:42 Sun Sep 28
Re: Cockney Reds
I was in the northbank in 75

I couldn't believe what was happening

"Come up the northbank " as they were pushed onto the pitch - I have never seen so many scary hammers as that day

It was as if the east end turned out to welcome they

arsegrapes 11:40 Sun Sep 28
Re: Cockney Reds

This was West Ham v Man Utd at UP 75, it doesn't show anything much apart from the packed crowd, most of the agg went on before the game kicked off, although it didn't stop.

This was definitely retribution for Man Utd taking the piss at UP in 67 and about East End pride, not just the Mile End Mob, but the word must have got around that Man Utd were coming on mass as I swear thousands, anyone who was up for it in the East End that day turned up and got stuck right in, many no doubt had no interest in football, just didn't want the stigma of Northern hooligans taking over their local manor and made sure they would be a hefty price.

Shame they didn't show the goals as it was a great game that we won 2-1.

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