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    Senior Member Colin Wilkinson's Avatar
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    One event that anyone interested in football always remembers is their first football match. I was a late-starter, being 13 before I went along to watch the famous Spurs double team of 1961 play Sheffield United.The match passed by in a blur but my abiding memory was being jostled in a huge crowd – mainly [...]


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    It looks like a 1930s soup line.

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    Barking up the wrong tree


    It works out to about £1.85 for the Kop and £4.76 for the stands in todays money

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    Great picture thanks

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