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Thread: Jan 6th, 2002

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    Jan 6th, 2002

    Leeds
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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    One of my favourite days ever.

    there are fascists pretending to be humanitarians like cannibals on a healthkick eating only vegetarians (Roger McGough)

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Morris View Post
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    Still think we should be playing our home games at the 6 January 2002 stadium .

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Great memory; I'd forgotten Robbie Fowler was in the Leeds team that day.

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Still can't believe all the ****ing fuss they made about fans going on the pitch to celebrate. That's what "giant" killing is all about.

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    Still can't believe all the ****ing fuss they made about fans going on the pitch to celebrate. That's what "giant" killing is all about.
    Maybe but it doesn't include idiots throwing coins at the players.

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    Still can't believe all the ****ing fuss they made about fans going on the pitch to celebrate. That's what "giant" killing is all about.
    I could never understand the fuss they made about Sam Haman walking round the pitch, it was no different to what he did at every home game

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    Still can't believe all the ****ing fuss they made about fans going on the pitch to celebrate. That's what "giant" killing is all about.
    It was no biggie, for any other team anyway..... but for the leaders of the Premier League, England's finest, there HAD to be a reason they lost other than being out-battled and on the day outplayed.

    On the news all week it was.

    That was the beginning of the end

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    8th Jan 1977 - city 1 spurs0

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Wow, 15 years ago eh! For me the most memorable game I've ever seen at N.P. (since I was able to be a regular attender from early 1978 on). I thought I was going to have a heart attack towards the end. The win was all the more sweet because of the total arrogance of David O'Leary and the Leeds team itself. What a night.

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    a Cracking day, i remember making my way onto the pitch with my girlfriend at the time ( now wife ) i turned to make sure she was ok, saw fear in her eyes and a horse bearing down on us, she still talks about it today when telling football stories LOL

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    I have a few newspaper headlines in a scrapbook somewhere

    one of the headings in one of the red-tops said " Welcome to the bear pit " , then went on to say that the some of the Leeds players said it as the worse atmosphere they had every experienced

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    They showed this last night on BT Sport 2. Half hour highlights.

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    It wasn't just the win of course, it was the legacy. It got worse for them too after 2005.

    20050115timesdecline.jpg

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    which leeds player said in his autobiography that day was worse that playing in galatasaray ? ? ?

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by blue matt View Post
    which leeds player said in his autobiography that day was worse that playing in galatasaray ? ? ?
    Rio Ferdinand.

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by valleys caveman View Post
    Rio Ferdinand.
    cheers

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Brill
    Oldie, loves my footy and the horses I do

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by Baloo View Post
    It wasn't just the win of course, it was the legacy. It got worse for them too after 2005.

    20050115timesdecline.jpg
    Brill
    Oldie, loves my footy and the horses I do

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by Vindec View Post
    Maybe but it doesn't include idiots throwing coins at the players.
    They were just bitter at losing, biggest over reaction ever on our fans, looking back it was biggest upset I saw us do, and we can't celebrate???

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    Re: Jan 6th, 2002

    Quote Originally Posted by Llanedeyrnblue View Post
    Brill
    Lost to us and lost it all.....no wonder they hate us so much...lol

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