Harry the Dog: The Story of a Football Hooligan Legend, and Millwall’s F-Troop Top Boy
About this deal
when we were crap...Grimsby the seaside town awash with Chelsea .. hull city 18 thou inside 9thou Chelsea ..sheff utd the kop full of Chelsea.... I could go on .. massive away support.....I have been watching the transfer window tonight .an everton fan said we were a small club with no history before abramovich... god that so winds me up
Harry the Dog: The Story of a Football Hooligan Legend, and Harry the Dog: The Story of a Football Hooligan Legend, and
We were finally allowed out with the police clearing and closing off all streets before letting us walk down them. They took us to the train station and that was that. If you are interested in the history of our local area why not sign up to our regular newsletter which contains lots of fascinating historical info.The Shed End Forum relies on revenue to pay for hosting and upgrades. While we try to keep adverts as unobtrusive as possible, we need to show these to make sure we can stay online and continue to keep the forum running. Over the years costs have become very high. Riaz Khan of Leicester’s Baby Squad said: "Being part of a firm gave you that sense of belonging. I was always on the fringes when I was at school. I never belonged to any sub-culture or gang because I was Asian.
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His new work explores football hooliganism through petrifying portraits of the football firm leaders themselves. Fellow Millwall fan, Kevin Downey, 55, knew Tiny since the mid-seventies and said despite his name he was “larger than life”. “He was quite a comedian – “he’d always make you laugh,” he said fondly. “When you walked in the room he’d put a smile on your face.” I was still at school and was the only one of mates who went that day, same as to spuds away a couple of years earlier in a night game where a small group of us went inyo the park lane end (i stayed in there the whole game).IIRC, it was a protest about Jimmy Nicholl, their manager at the time. It was supposed to be a peaceful protest but predictably descended into chaos.