Kids Bless em

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  1. bluemc1

    bluemc1

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    Was out yesterday and got talking to 2 young blues 17 and 18 really nice pleasant lads ( brothers ) I'm 35 and my dad is 67 so one of them said to us "so were you going watching in the 70s and 80s ?" my dad said "i was going in the 50s and 60s mate" so he asked how we managed to still be alive with all the violence during those times, they both been reading all these old hooligan books and now truly believe you couldn't go to a game without having a fight.
    i told them well we used to drive to the game, park up, walk to the ground, watch City get beat, then drive home. also we had both only ever had 1 fight each at football and both times it was with other blues.
    think they were disappointed and wanted stories of me and my dad taking the Chelsea train at the Full Members cup final
     
  2. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    I've been goin' since the 50s and 60s and I've never seen owt but blue on blue, and that was the other week!
     
  3. Closest I came to violence was when I caught my todger whilst wanking in the Kippax toilets
     

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  4. lancs blue

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    It's barm so STFU.
    There was plenty of violence in those days but with a bit of luck and common sense you could skirt round the edges of it most of the time, although coach windows being put through and the escort back to the station getting attacked tended to be a routine part of the "awayday experience".

    I got chased a few times at aways without getting caught (I was a lot slimmer!) and was jumped once at Leeds by two of their idiots but they were so drunk they could only throw those comedy haymakers you see in the movies, easy enough to dodge.

    And yes, I've also come closer to a real punch-up with other Blues than with opposition fans - something to do with me liking Edghill. ;-)
     
  5. Bill

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    ladies or mens?
     
  6. Body in men's, todger half way between the men's and women's :-)
     
  7. Blue Mist

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    and to be fair it is better than pissing in the sinks, that is sooo yesterday.
     
  8. That's just being silly that mate, no need.
     
  9. ancoats

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    many of times outside the kappax waiting to get in you would get the away fans giving large and rushing the city fans most just stood and give it back
    until the police horses who would run over anybody in there way they was the most hated thing at the game
     
  10. pluto

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    Only hassle I had was at a pre season friendly at Bolton. Never liked bolton since
     

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