Roughest grounds you've been too and biggest scraps!

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  1. Manchester33

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    I'm bored in work so does anyone have any good stories?

    The best story I've heard so far was my mate getting a dart thrown and stuck in his head by a Leeds fan and only realising when he got home! Roughest place I've ever been was probably Sunderland! All their fans were knobs!
     
  2. billfromthehill

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    Villa ,can't say why ,they are the worst cunts you can come across.
     
  3. Never Mind The Pollocks

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    Absolute bollocks. Should have put that in the 'Porky Pies' thread.
     
  4. Tbilisi

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    Leeds away 75,walking to the station was like Zulu.14 years old.

    Also,Boro away 1980,2 -2,nightmare.Stood out as City fans as we were the only ones who didnt have tattoos on our necks or faces!
     
  5. BringBackSwales

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    St James Park in the FA Cup about 1977 I think, we won 3-1 and it was the first big following we took to St James Park after taking the place over in 1968 (which I was too young to have been at) - there was an overflow from the Gallowgate end so the coppers in their infinite wisdom let some young Geordies into our end - cue the masses of hard blokes (and I do not mean that sarcastically) pouring into our end and kicking fuck out of us. Worst violence inside an away ground I can remember. First ever police escort for me was after that match - we fucking needed it, it was murders. Think it was third round, early Jan, freezing - you could spot us Blues, we were all wearing coats, the Geordies just had short sleeved Newcastle tops on
     
  6. Why Always Ste

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    As for Roughest ground/biggest scrap.... Never seen anything significant in all my days of watching Footy.
    See ALOT worse most weekends out in town.
     
  7. Manchester33

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    If you knew the guy you wouldn't be surprised. Not all there in the head.
     
  8. Cheadle Blue

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    Stoke im sure it was 1999, the britannia was fairly new, mid week game.

    A ballsup fro mthe start, was a last minute thing, my mate rang and said ive got a spare for stoke do you want to come, his dad drive us down, dropped us about a mile away from the ground

    As we walked up to the ground, every cab we asked to take us home told us to politely get stuffed

    It was pretty moody in the ground, lots of stoke fans basically seemed to spend the whole game throwing things / gesturing at the city fans, and i mean ALL GAME

    Wiekens scored late on, i think, which promted a large section of the yobbos from stoke to leave the ground, only for them then to appear to the right, where the road slants down, there is a gap between the stands, and they were making cut throat gestures etc.

    Full time whistle goes, no way of getting home, we make our way outside

    NExt thing, the stoke fans stormed the city fans, as there was only temporary fencing seperating us (like you find surrounding a building site), police dogs off leads, horses on the motorway etc

    We got ushered onto a double decker bus, and the stokies were trying to tip it over...nice

    It took us to the station, we got there before anyone else, more blues started to come through, and i remeber a lad appearing on the oposite side, looked well up for a scrap, acting dead cocky - more stokies then turn up, verbals exchanged across the track

    This lad then unzips his coat, to reveal a city shirt! it goes right off, stokies running under the track to get to our side, it was mental
     
  9. Como Cat

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    Ninian Park in the FA Cup was the worst I've seen although I was at the Den when we were locked inside for about an hour whilst the Londoners had a riot outside.
     
  10. Churchill123

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    Fucking hell, sounds like a pretty eventful mid week evening out that mate!! - Did you get home in once piece or did you take a bit of a kicking?<br /><br />-- Mon May 20, 2013 10:42 am --<br /><br />

    I've been to villa the last two seasons and never had any trouble, or seen any trouble...
     

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