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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Tam, 18 May 2017.
Plenty of porridge for breakfast the following morning:-)
Just think how much better they'd look if you didn't have the distraction of mowing your lawn!
was a good 1500-2000 of us there one game when away fans were banned, behind one goal and down one side, may have been when we snatched a 2-2 drasw near the end?
Memory could be failing me though.
10 of us hired a box down the side in the name of a conservative association.
It happened to be next to the mid Beds conservative box which was funded by Evans.
Pre match the came in to say 'hello' to some of Dentons finest.
MAYHEM. They didn't know what hit them,literally. It was a one way food fight.
When we equalised at the end the dividing wall went down & we 'joined' them for afternoon tea.
PS....the TVs came home with us too
Who says we have no history !!
This is that game, Reid's first officially as manager, you can see him waving at the City fans in that corner section at the start of the vid.
LOL at Luton.
- Ives you orrible little scrote :)))
Yeh it was - just checked it out - David White scored. Remember to buses laid on to escort us from & to the train station - not a panel left it them on the way back.
Only read as far as page one so sorry if repeated.
David Evans was not only Luton's chairman but also a tory MP and a thatcherite
Full credit to a group of Luton fans who bought membership cards with the aim of selling them on to away fans
The fanzine Blue Print urged City fans going to the game to set off a blue balloon just before kick off as away of letting the team know there were City fans in the ground. Piccadilly Radio's reporter confirmed jut on kick off that hundreds of blue balloons blew across the pitch
My favourite ever away kit