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Alan Ramage 4 EVA

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  1. Never heard of Paul Emerson ?? Paul Emson Left winger I remember him
  2. Pleased you made a few quid I enjoyed the day, friendly locals in the Grey Horse before the game
  3. Indeed you did must be a world record and probably illegal .Did you spike her dandelion and burdock or cherryade ? You seem to have led quite a colourful childhood .Womanising and discoing with Mummy as an 8 year old .On the picket lines with Daddy at 14 .Next you`ll be telling us you led the commandos at Goose Green as a 12 year old LOL . Anyway keep up this Walter Mitty and Billy Liar stuff I find it VERY slightly amusing (only very slightly )
  4. Blimey O Riley ! That still gives me goose bumps whenever I think of him slotting it past Budgie in front of the packed away end I was jumping up and down all the way back to Pond street that day ! We also used to take large numbers to Hillsborough I recall going on a football special train and getting off at Herries road near the stadium walking up to the ground and into Leppings lane end when the terraces were open ,going down the notorious tunnel .Seem to think we were going down to division 3 and wendies were going up division 1?
  5. Must have been a junior disco according to your previous posts you were 8 years old in 1978 (Did your Mummy take you ) LOL­čśÇ­čśü
  6. Northern rails Saturday strike Replacement bus from Blackburn
  7. Yes they did take away fans that way but before there was another station near the BBG used for away fans
  8. You might be correct we used to catch a bus on the bridge on Osmaston road just before Litchurch lane there used to be some gents toilets there .The away fans used to be escorted down Osmaston road away from town so towards Cotton lane (would the escort go down Cotton Lane to the station ) I have been trying to find out about these "legends " One died a few years ago But I have found the other on F B I will try and do some tactful digging
  9. A little story from the 70s I was about 13 so in 1973 or roundabouts that year . Derby played leads at home on a Saturday,the following Monday rumours started to circulate. Two school mates who both had older brothers that occasionally dabbled in the then common practice of football hooliganism. The two lads brothers had attended the match and after the game . Driven down Osmaston road ? in a mark 2 Cortina rather quickly, one held the passengers door open with his feet as they drove very closely past the leads fans under escort back to Pear tree station. When they got to the other side of the police escort the door was SO buckled and bent it would NOT shut ! Wish I had a Mark 2 Cortina now !
  10. Ohhhhh Matron I`d like to see his BIG Knockers !
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