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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

Briano 9:56 Sat Mar 26
Harry the dog
1977 some of you older chaps will remember this documentary.


Travelling across town was dangerous on a Saturday, even worse for a midweek game if they jumped on your tube carriage late on

What was your worst experience?

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normannomates 12:33 Mon Mar 28
Re: Harry the dog
BW still wears polo necks.
Nice fella as it goes..had a few jars with him and few other old school Wall chaps before a gig at Hammersmith Apollo few yrs ago.

paulon 10:37 Sun Mar 27
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That Bobby the Wolf is still around, lives up Brentwood

Whitester. 9:59 Sun Mar 27
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An alcoholic who died in a shop doorway.

That's about right.

WHU77 8:55 Sun Mar 27
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But unfortunately the coach broke down ! Bwahaaa now that was funny...shame

Takashi Miike 3:36 Sun Mar 27
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some of the F-Troop used to drink in my Aunt's pub in Mile End

South Bank Exile 3:33 Sun Mar 27
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Sometime around 1968 me and a mate decided to go over the Den one Saturday afternoon to watch them play Norwich.

We were standing on the Ilderton Rd End minding our own business when this little group of scruffy kids came along the terrace, picked us out and started asking a lot of questions. They had clearly decided we were not Millwall.

At half time my mate went to the bog and was confronted by these 11- 12 year olds, one of which laid the nut on him and broke his nose.

Years later I realised that these kids, dressed in short trousers, braces and hobnail boots were what was to become the so called F-Troop and a little Harry the Dog was there too.

Millwall had a fearsome mob in those days lead by a bloke who went by the name of Bomber. But there were many others. These kids were just apprentices and part of the production line.

Crassus 7:57 Sat Mar 26
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Remember all that bollox about the Millwall brick?

Some kind of origami effort to convert The Daily Mirror into an offensive weapon as opposed to an offense to newspapers

swindon hammer 7:54 Sat Mar 26
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Loved that documentary.

Them travelling to Bristol Rovers at the old Eastville stadium brings back memories as I travel to Bristol occasionally for work and often pass IKEA where Eastville once stood.
Seems weird to think there was once a football stadium there.

Also seems strange that Tottenham are often referred to as their main rivals that year although funny they were in the 2nd division.

Northern Sold 7:41 Sat Mar 26
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Dag.... geezer with sun glasses?? Pint Pot is his name

Dagenhammer 7:24 Sat Mar 26
Re: Harry the dog
Thanks for posting that link. Enjoyed the trip down memory lane.

Used to drink in a couple of pubs south of the water, one of which was Harry the Dogs local, cant remember the name of the pub now but it was a music pub - and although they played great stuff in there, it was like a time bomb, just waiting for the smallest thing for it to kick off.

Thought the fella on the coach going to Bristol was a bit of a card - talking about the northerners disrespecting him - Love the oh so BBC commentary and I bet they were frightened to tell them that Bristol is not really the north!

Northern Sold 7:08 Sat Mar 26
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Glos.... good that

This reminds me of Boaty and Cromwell

Fans don’t know who they are any more. We came from manor’s that had communities, born an’ bred. Now its’s all abaht the moo-lah. Premier league, moolah an’ politics. All the corporate bullshit has killed the game. Foreign players, foreign money an’ fuckin’ telly. You can’t fuckin’ swear, you can’t stand up, you can’t have a go wiv a propah sing song, not like the good ol’ days. Abusive? Wot’s that all about. I mean, it’s a sad day wen you get families goin to football. Families? I ask ya! All the youngsters dressed up in coloured ‘ats carryin’ balloons an’ eatin’ ice cream. Where are they gonnah learn to ruck? When do they evvah get to ‘ave a row?!

Timmy Breacker 7:01 Sat Mar 26
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Uncle Harry was a pal of my old man.

I went to football with him and my dad a few times when i was about 5 or 6 (86/87 season) - he really was a fucking lunatic!

Gloucester Iron 11:51 Sat Mar 26
Re: Harry the dog
Informative interview with said Mr Dog can be found here...

theaxeman 11:36 Sat Mar 26
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We all agree harry the dog is a poodle!

Pub Bigot 11:33 Sat Mar 26
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All I know about Harry is that he's dead.

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