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    Millwall 1985

    Posted by Mad dog on 6/4/2021, 17:29:12

    To Luton fans what was your experience of the match and the crowd on that day.

      Re: Millwall 1985

      Posted by Muckingfuddle on 7/4/2021, 8:11:01, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

      As a 15 yr old, I was sat in the Bobbers reading my programme before the game...Wasnít touched because of my age I presume. All about the result and my seat being replaced for the next home game.

        Re: Millwall 1985

        Posted by RickyH on 6/4/2021, 22:01:58, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

        Travelled up from London on train. Felt like the Wild West with Millwall smashing up the town, no police I could see. Headed for Oak Road some lads from the pool hall were being chased, I didnít have ticket but I heard the turnstiles were being stormed so I got in the Kenny with The Millwall scum. Bit tense to be fair but was elated when Stein scored, just kept quiet, couldnít leave anyway. Just wanted us to win to be honest. Hated them with a passion ever since.

          Re: Millwall 1985

          Posted by Kurious oranj on 6/4/2021, 19:54:25, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

          Got dropped of at top of Farley Hill. Remember the cue for the Oak Road went miles up Maple road. Walked to the front of the queue and got straight in. Millwall fan was being carried out on an advertising board covered in blood. Stayed to the end in the Oak Road. Thought about leaving every 30 seconds but saw it out to the end. Oak Road was 1/3 empty. Menace in the air. I was 14. Got back to Farley Hill and my older brother and his mate couldn't get in. Oh for a mobile phone in those days....

            Re: Millwall 1985

            Posted by Bab on 6/4/2021, 21:21:43, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

            Near on the same as my night.
            Got the train in, stayed in the oak till the end, went to my brothers on Farley hill whilst my mates who were in the bobbers left after half an hour.
            My brother showed concern but I had a feeling he felt he missed out!😉

            Re: Millwall 1985

            Posted by Man on 6/4/2021, 19:32:26, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

            Oh what a night

              Re: Millwall 1985

              Posted by Mahatma Gander on 6/4/2021, 19:16:15, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

              There was a match too that night?

              Did we win?

                Re: Millwall 1985

                Posted by luton thug on 6/4/2021, 18:53:14, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

                great night especially when we ran 200 millwall down dallow road

                  Re: Millwall 1985

                  Posted by Old Black & White on 6/4/2021, 18:42:05, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

                  I was on the wrong shift that night so missed it ( thank god )... my oppo went, saw him the next day, and he said it was the first game he actually feared for his life...

                    Re: Millwall 1985

                    Posted by Zzzzzzzzzzz on 6/4/2021, 17:47:08, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

                    Zzzzzzzzzzz

                      Re: Millwall 1985

                      Posted by SAHB on 6/4/2021, 17:46:38, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

                      I saw a lad of about 15 get thrown through a window in Byry park by four guys they swung him holding hands and feet.

                      In the Maple triangle it was carnage.

                      It truly was a crazy night.

                        Re: Millwall 1985

                        Posted by Poole Hatter on 6/4/2021, 17:48:21, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

                        🤔🙄😐

                        Re: Millwall 1985

                        Posted by RADSB on 6/4/2021, 17:35:53, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

                        My seat was in the Bobbers near the KR end, then it was on the halfway line then in the penalty area.

                        Plod came along the Bobbers asking where everyone lived so they could throw the Millwall out - they were saying Smith Street etc. We muttered our address and they left us alone. We left after 20 odd minutes when they invaded the pitch.

                          Re: Millwall 1985

                          Posted by Bootin on 6/4/2021, 17:31:15, in reply to "Millwall 1985"

                          Good crack. Loved it.

                            Re: Millwall 1985

                            Posted by JK on 6/4/2021, 18:32:23, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

                            The only match I have ever left early, fighting
                            going on near us in the Bobbers. A millwall fan,
                            threatened to stab me - that was it for me.

                            We walked up to the Eastern Electricity Club, Thorn hill road and listened to the radio coverage of the game. We must have watched 1hr of the game, but due to the game being stopped a few times due to fans on the pitch - we got to the Electricty club for halftime.

                            A night I will never forget

                              Re: Millwall 1985

                              Posted by Blockhead on 6/4/2021, 19:19:25, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

                              Pussy!

                                Re: Millwall 1985

                                Posted by Luton Guy on 6/4/2021, 20:08:25, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

                                Hi Guys its me again. I was still a young man living in California in 1985 but these Millwall supporters sound like they are tough guys?

                                  Re: Millwall 1985

                                  Posted by barreloflaughs on 6/4/2021, 20:51:22, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

                                  i will never forget the sound of the seating being ripped out - sounded like a shooting gallery

                                    Re: Millwall 1985

                                    Posted by Father Ted on 6/4/2021, 21:16:32, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

                                    I wasn't there but every Millwall fan I've met over the years was. Even those not born.

                                      Re: Millwall 1985

                                      Posted by Deshat on 7/4/2021, 11:00:31, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

                                      We were in the nick Owen pre match they locked the doors luckily could hear fighting above went out to watch the game Millwall everywhere

                                        Re: Millwall 1985

                                        Posted by F on 7/4/2021, 19:22:13, in reply to "Re: Millwall 1985"

                                        I was in the Main stand with my dad, ducking coins being thrown from the pitch......bonkers night ! We stayed til the end though

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