We are not famous anymore.

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Re: We are not famous anymore.

Postby NottinghamWhite » 18 Oct 2013, 14:07

Me and a couple of thousand others at Tranmere at the 1st game of the season after relegation.


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Re: We are not famous anymore.

Postby Malcolm Stark » 18 Oct 2013, 14:47

Are you the one in the brown striped t-shirt?
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Re: We are not famous anymore.

Postby NottinghamWhite » 18 Oct 2013, 14:51

Malcolm Stark wrote:Are you the one in the brown striped t-shirt?



No Mate I'm the 6' shaven headed fella that's hard to make out. Mind 6' and shaven headed just about sums up half our support :D
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Re: We are not famous anymore.

Postby Malcolm Stark » 18 Oct 2013, 14:54

beige jacket? :thumbup:
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Re: We are not famous anymore.

Postby 1964white » 18 Oct 2013, 18:03

NottinghamWhite wrote:
There was many low points in those 3 years Hereford away springs to mind and a 3-0 home beating by Swindon. The icing on the cake though was Histon away which was mine and many others point in all the time we had been supporting the club.


The lowest ebb in my 50 years of support & in the history of LUFC.....not ashamed to admit I shed tears that day as I did at the final whistle of the tense nail-biting Bristol Rovers game, emotional for different reasons of course
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Re: We are not famous anymore.

Postby Mellor » 18 Oct 2013, 19:06

Thankfully I drank before Histon :thumbup: My clothes are still drying out mindst. I learnt my lesson though. At Kettering I was able to stand under a tree :D

-15 was one heck of a season.

The pits for me was Sunderland at the so called Stadium Of Light. Becks and Kandol up front before Becks learnt to play. Took my nephew. His face and our inability to control the ball - oh dear. Kavannagh plays we lose by the way. Should sign him, even now.
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Re: We are not famous anymore.

Postby 1964white » 18 Oct 2013, 21:22

Mellor wrote:Thankfully I drank before Histon :thumbup: My clothes are still drying out mindst. I learnt my lesson though. At Kettering I was able to stand under a tree :D

-15 was one heck of a season.

The pits for me was Sunderland at the so called Stadium Of Light. Becks and Kandol up front before Becks learnt to play. Took my nephew. His face and our inability to control the ball - oh dear. Kavannagh plays we lose by the way. Should sign him, even now.


Enjoyed Kettering (replay was more interesting) & the -15 season :thumbup:

Fortunately I missed the Mackems game
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