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    Default Old ticket stubs.

    I was just clearing out a drawer and came across some old ticket stubs, thought it might rekindle some pleasent memories for some of the older posters on here.
    Liverpool-Forest wed. 22nd March 1978, Leauge Cup final replay at Old Trafford.
    Anderlecht-Forest, Mercredi 25th April 1984. UEFA Cup semi-final.
    West Ham-Forest, Tues. 4th December 1979, Leauge Cup fifth round.
    Olympiakos-Forest, 11th August 1994, friendly game.
    Manchester United-Forest, Sat 18th March 1989, FA Cup quater final.
    Forest-Hamburg, 28th May 1980. Real federacion Espanola De Futbol. European Cup final.
    Liverpool-Forest, Sun. 7th May, FA Cup semi Final at Old Trafford ( Hilsborough replay).
    FK Crevena Zveda (Rea Star Belgrade)-AS Roma, 1st Dec. 2005, UEFA Cup.
    Some bloody good memories there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmygordonshat
    I was just clearing out a drawer and came across some old ticket stubs, thought it might rekindle some pleasent memories for some of the older posters on here.
    Liverpool-Forest wed. 22nd March 1978, Leauge Cup final replay at Old Trafford.
    Anderlecht-Forest, Mercredi 25th April 1984. UEFA Cup semi-final.
    West Ham-Forest, Tues. 4th December 1979, Leauge Cup fifth round.
    Olympiakos-Forest, 11th August 1994, friendly game.
    Manchester United-Forest, Sat 18th March 1989, FA Cup quater final.
    Forest-Hamburg, 28th May 1980. Real federacion Espanola De Futbol. European Cup final.
    Liverpool-Forest, Sun. 7th May, FA Cup semi Final at Old Trafford ( Hilsborough replay).
    FK Crevena Zveda (Rea Star Belgrade)-AS Roma, 1st Dec. 2005, UEFA Cup.
    Some bloody good memories there.
    Now you've gone and mentioned the "Anderlecht" word there, haven't you..!!!

    ManU-Forest FA cup 1989 - I was there, jammed up in the top corner, getting a better view of some things on the TV sets in the Boxes behind us..

    Abiding memories of the day were that it rained.
    A steady, heavy, incessant downpour, before, during and especially after.
    If I recall correctly, we were under the cosh for most of the game, and a typical away smash-and-grab saw Garrry Parker scramble the only goal of the game right below us.

    In the rain.

    Cue the typical ManuMeatHeads after the game behaving as per type. In the rain.
    Really got to appreciate how bloody scary a police horse charging at you could be...one such went straight past me, scared the shit out of me, and caused the ManU'tards to scatter.

    And it rained.

    A lot!

    Great set of tickets there - a number of games I wish I'd been to...

    Cheers!

    By "relegation battle", do you mean 7th, 12th or 14th?

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    [quote='Sir' Flagman ]
    Now you've gone and mentioned the "Anderlecht" word there, haven't you..!!!

    ManU-Forest FA cup 1989 - I was there, jammed up in the top corner, getting a better view of some things on the TV sets in the Boxes behind us..

    Abiding memories of the day were that it rained.
    A steady, heavy, incessant downpour, before, during and especially after.
    If I recall correctly, we were under the cosh for most of the game, and a typical away smash-and-grab saw Garrry Parker scramble the only goal of the game right below us.

    In the rain.

    Cue the typical ManuMeatHeads after the game behaving as per type. In the rain.
    Really got to appreciate how b****y scary a police horse charging at you could be...one such went straight past me, scared the s**t out of me, and caused the ManU'tards to scatter.

    And it rained.

    A lot!

    Great set of tickets there - a number of games I wish I'd been to...

    Cheers!
    [/quote
    For me that soaking wet day at Old Trafford ranks has the best away following i have ever been involved in has a Forest fan. Would you agree Flagman?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Sir' Flagman
    Now you've gone and mentioned the "Anderlecht" word there, haven't you..!!!

    ManU-Forest FA cup 1989 - I was there, jammed up in the top corner, getting a better view of some things on the TV sets in the Boxes behind us..

    Abiding memories of the day were that it rained.
    A steady, heavy, incessant downpour, before, during and especially after.
    If I recall correctly, we were under the cosh for most of the game, and a typical away smash-and-grab saw Garrry Parker scramble the only goal of the game right below us.

    In the rain.

    Cue the typical ManuMeatHeads after the game behaving as per type. In the rain.
    Really got to appreciate how b****y scary a police horse charging at you could be...one such went straight past me, scared the s**t out of me, and caused the ManU'tards to scatter.

    And it rained.

    A lot!

    Great set of tickets there - a number of games I wish I'd been to...

    Cheers!
    was at the game mate a classic, still have the highlights on vhs remember a big roar on the way out and a police horse or two charging down the road. happy daze


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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmygordonshat
    For me that soaking wet day at Old Trafford ranks has the best away following i have ever been involved in has a Forest fan. Would you agree Flagman?
    It was pretty good - passionate and plenty of "banter" (read hate & pies) , though the semi-final at Villa Park '91 that ran out 4-0 beats it for atmosphere combined with joy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Sir' Flagman
    It was pretty good - passionate and plenty of "banter" (read hate & pies) , though the semi-final at Villa Park '91 that ran out 4-0 beats it for atmosphere combined with joy!
    yea another classic. forest fans were brill but the west ham fans were awesome that day. good old days.


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    Slightly better than the ones i've got lying around
    I've got:
    Forest v Tranmere 2-0
    Forest v Bristol Rovers 1-1
    Forest v Doncaster 0-0 i think last season
    Forest v Southend 4-1
    Forest v Hartlepool 2-1
    plus some others from L1 and this season
    but in pride of place Forest v Yeovil from 3rd May




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    Hope Glen doesnt post HIS list - it'll take up 200 pages


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    [quote=jimmygordonshat ]
    Quote Originally Posted by 'Sir' Flagman
    Now you've gone and mentioned the "Anderlecht" word there, haven't you..!!!

    ManU-Forest FA cup 1989 - I was there, jammed up in the top corner, getting a better view of some things on the TV sets in the Boxes behind us..

    Abiding memories of the day were that it rained.
    A steady, heavy, incessant downpour, before, during and especially after.
    If I recall correctly, we were under the cosh for most of the game, and a typical away smash-and-grab saw Garrry Parker scramble the only goal of the game right below us.

    In the rain.

    Cue the typical ManuMeatHeads after the game behaving as per type. In the rain.
    Really got to appreciate how b****y scary a police horse charging at you could be...one such went straight past me, scared the s**t out of me, and caused the ManU'tards to scatter.

    And it rained.

    A lot!

    Great set of tickets there - a number of games I wish I'd been to...

    Cheers!
    [/quote
    For me that soaking wet day at Old Trafford ranks has the best away following i have ever been involved in has a Forest fan. Would you agree Flagman?
    Was in the stretford end that day. soon got moved after the goal though


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    memorable one of many I have saved


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    Quote Originally Posted by Annesley Red
    memorable one of many I have saved

    oooh very nice! Wish I had one of those. Bit too young I'm afraid...

    I had to get permission to stay up late and watch that game on telly. Bloody brilliant!! Crackly commentary, like it was coming down a phone line (cos it was) ... and the rest is history. :-) Happy days!


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    Found this one my first away game, we won 3-1 I think
    I am a bit of a geek for saving tickets


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    Quote Originally Posted by Annesley Red
    memorable one of many I have saved
    SAme block as my dad he was in U 1722!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Annesley Red
    Found this one my first away game, we won 3-1 I think
    I am a bit of a geek for saving tickets
    For the younger viewers, that price (6/6) six shillings and sixpence translates to 27-and-a-half pence in today's money...

    ...so the cost of football has gone up 10000% in 40 years. Anyone know what the comparative rise in average wages has been in the same period, please?


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    Average footballers wages? Probably about the same


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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Sir' Flagman
    For the younger viewers, that price (6/6) six shillings and sixpence translates to 27-and-a-half pence in today's money...

    ...so the cost of football has gone up 10000% in 40 years. Anyone know what the comparative rise in average wages has been in the same period, please?
    Sorry to be pedantic but it is actually 32 and a half pence (5 new pence to the shilling)

    Interesting though - I wonder how many of the forum users can remember Bramhall Lane as a three sided ground for playing football and cricket. I was there at that game as well!


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    For once, and with some relief, I am to young to have been there!


 

 

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