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    Wasn't it on John Robinson, by the touch line? And someone here me on this thread, that the assault was actually in the regular league game the following season 1991/92.
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      Aldershot away was the following day and we took a good 5000 and played the bullies that day.
      Thanks for confirming, my memory must be better than I thought. Didn't hundreds go on the pitch at the end and break the crossbar?
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      Blimey I had forgotten about that. One of their fans ran out of the stand and did a high kick right in the middle of John Robinson's back!

      Hence the north stand song.. " Robbo ran the millwall, Robbo ran the millwall...la la la laaaa etc"
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      9.30secs into the clip

      Thank you. Crikey wasn't the 'football' shite especially by dirty long ball Millwall. Alex Rae hacking away gets a yellow.
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      We were never angels as the rev and Ernest will testify. We were playing at derby I think it was in the late 70's and we stopped at the first motorway stop, toddington and a van load of Watford fans turned up..not aggro, but just normal fans and about 50 thugs charged the van and tried to turn it over...all I remember was the wheels screeching as it sped off with the back doors open!

      We had some real head cases following us those days...Northampton before the days of sixsmith stadium was really nasty, but as they charged across the ground most of the fans legged it out the ground.

      Funny how things come back...canvey island was like watching apocalypse now...they were all to a man homicidal maniacs and a lot of brighton fans got a kicking that day. To this day I have never been there since...like Luton!
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      What upset them?
      Us They had come to Aldershot earlier that season and played up . The 92/93 was Aldershot Town's first in The Ryman and we won the League at a canter ,taking loads to away always brought the local loons out and quite a bit of bother .
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      Shrewsbury in 2001 wasn't the nicest day out in what was meant to be a celebration
      Sunderland in 1981 after all but sending them down was a bit worrying afterwards
      Newcastle in 1983 at the Cup replay wasn't much fun
      Luton on a couple of occasions wasn't that much fun either
      You haven't mentioned the midweek trip to Grimsby where we came from 2 goals down to beat them 2-4.
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      We were never angels as the rev and Ernest will testify. We were playing at derby I think it was in the late 70's and we stopped at the first motorway stop, toddington and a van load of Watford fans turned up..not aggro, but just normal fans and about 50 thugs charged the van and tried to turn it over...all I remember was the wheels screeching as it sped off with the back doors open!

      We had some real head cases following us those days...Northampton before the days of sixsmith stadium was really nasty, but as they charged across the ground most of the fans legged it out the ground.

      Funny how things come back...canvey island was like watching apocalypse now...they were all to a man homicidal maniacs and a lot of brighton fans got a kicking that day. To this day I have never been there since...like Luton!
      No M25 late 70s first service station was Scratchwood.

      Funny enough I never had any problems at the old Northampton ground which was part of the cricket ground other than the poor views through the fencing
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      We were never angels as the rev and Ernest will testify. We were playing at derby I think it was in the late 70's and we stopped at the first motorway stop, toddington and a van load of Watford fans turned up..not aggro, but just normal fans and about 50 thugs charged the van and tried to turn it over...all I remember was the wheels screeching as it sped off with the back doors open!

      We had some real head cases following us those days...Northampton before the days of sixsmith stadium was really nasty, but as they charged across the ground most of the fans legged it out the ground.

      Funny how things come back...canvey island was like watching apocalypse now...they were all to a man homicidal maniacs and a lot of brighton fans got a kicking that day. To this day I have never been there since...like Luton!
      Got to disagree about canvey island to a degree. It was a good punch up outside the ground, they were a very tight knit West Ham lot (at least that's what they were shouting). Think we got a bit surprised but don't think we got "done".

      Oxford away in the 90's was the best battle I had. Done It 2 miles from the ground at about 3.30, nobody went to the game and we were seriously outnumbered but like to think we got the better.
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      No M25 late 70s first service station was Scratchwood.

      Funny enough I never had any problems at the old Northampton ground which was part of the cricket ground other than the poor views through the fencing

      Scratchwood! Well remembered. Northampton was the fa cup match in 87 I believe. Anyone remember Oxford v Worthing c1981

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