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Carlisleprogs



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 18, 2021 11:17 am 
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18 January 1947

New Brighton v Rochdale

Division 3 North

A simple 4 page programme with team line ups and a few adverts in the middle. A nice action photo on the back, reproduced from a local newspaper. The photo shows New Brighton’s keeper failing to stop Southport scoring a second goal in the previous match.

Rochdale won this match 2 - 1.



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Games I've attended on this date in history, league & non-league:

League:

Saturday 18th January 1992
Barclays League Division One
Luton Town 0
West Ham United 1
Mike Small for the Hammers
#LTFC #WHUFC

Non-League:

Saturday 18th January 2020
South Midlands League Challenge Trophy
Old Bradwell United 2
Harefield United 0
Ben Green and a Darryl Smith penalty for United
No programme issued so a couple of images instead
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Flashhat - just want to say it’s good to see the items from matches you have attended on each day. I used to keep a note of matches I attended but stopped about 25 years ago. I wish I had kept it up.

Keep the items coming.
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Cheers Carlisle, something I did from being a kid to date
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18th January, 1930

Everton 4 Derby 0

att: 35,436




18th January, 1956

University of London v An Army XI


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Saturday 19th January 1946

Division III South League Cup Qualifying Comp

Crystal Palace 6 (Kurz 2, Reece 2, G Lewis 2), Brighton & Hove Albion 1

Gate: unknown







Some very tempting attractions at the Croydon Empire - "The 5 Cranks" may well have been the Palace forward line in the post-war era.

Easy win for Palace in this fledgling competition in which Palace finished 4th after their 16 games - I'm not sure where Brighton ended up. Two of the Palace goals were scored by Tommy Reece, signed from Wolves just before the war. Usually a half-back, he moved up to inside forward for this cup competition and scored 8 goals in 14 games - whereas at half-back he scored rarely (5 goals in 81 games). He eventually moved back to the Midlands, joining Kidderminster Harriers in 1948 when nearly 30.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 19, 2021 12:42 pm 
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Spurs v Blackpool 19 Jan 1963. Two goals from Greaves gave Spurs a 2-0win. Last year sometime l purchased a large bundle of ephemera for £10 , it was all related to Football League referees. It took me hours to sort through them. The only programme in the box was this Spurs one. The referee for this game was Gilbert Pullin, who was also the ref for the Arsenal v Man Unt game 1Feb 1958 . This was United’s last game before the Munich tragedy. I kept all the items relating to Gilbert Pullin and put the rest in a local auction with some other bits and pieces .Back to the Spurs v Blackpool game. During the game , Spurs burly centre- forward , Bobby Smith, collided with Pullin on the frozen pitch and the ref was badly injured. All the details of the insurance claims and letters of support from other refs for Pullin were with the programme. As far as l know, Gilbert Pullin never took charge of a Football League match again. For anyone interested in the subject, take a look at the case that Man Unt brought against Gilbert Pullin when he was the ref for the Man Unt v West Brom game 15 Dec 1962. It looks like most football history books have got it wrong, when they claim that Pullin retired from the game after the FA decision against him.
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Games I've attended on this date in history, league & non-league:

League:

Tuesday 19th January 1988
Littlewoods League Cup Fifth Round
Luton Town 2
Bradford City 0
Steve Foster & Mick Harford seeing the Hatters through
#LTFC #BCFC

Non-League:

Saturday 19th January 2019
Southern League Premier Division
Banbury United 4
Coalville Town 2
A Giorgio Rasulo penalty, Greg Kaziboni, Ravi Shamsi & Lee Henderson for the Puritans with Alex Dean & Curtis Burrows replying for Town
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19 January 1946

Carlisle United v York City

A 3 - 1 home win and standard 4 page programme


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19th January, 1957

Hull City 3 Clarke 2, Bulless)
Derby County 3 (Ryan, Straw, Brown)

att: 14,543

Gordon Brown, on his debut for Derby, scored within 90 seconds of the kickoff.

Smart cover from the Tigers - just a pity it doesn't include match details.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 9:20 am 
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20/1/73 Divison Four
Cambridge 1 Exeter 3
Victory for the visitors on the day, but at the end of the season it was the hosts who were promoted while Exeter misssed out on joining them by six points.


20/1/82 Friendly
Torquay v Birmingham
Can't find match details for this one, which I assume was arranged to fill a gap in the fixture list due to being an FA Cup week?
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20th January, 1951

Kent Senior Cup

Ashford v Whitstable Town

Interesting stat on the front cover about the average home gate 'dropping' to 1,990. Not bad at all for a Kent League club, I would have thought. Football was very affordable back then.



20th January, 1981

Liverpool res 3 Derby res 2

Lots of annotations but I don't really mind that as it lends provenance to the item. From memory, I think this one belonged to a local journalist who was covering the match.


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Games I've attended on this date in history, league & non-league:

League:

Saturday 20th January 1990
Barclays League Division One
Luton Town 1
Queens Park Rangers 1
The late great David Preece for Town with Mark Falco for Rangers
#LTFC #QPRFC

Non-League:

Saturday 20th January 2019
FA Sunday Cup Fourth Round
AFC Jacks 3
Aylesbury Flooring 4
David Meese, Sean Williams & Kieron Miller for Jacks with Alex Kedzierski, Ty Deacon, Jordan Jenkins & Taylor Collins for Flooring
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21 January 1922

Crystal Palace v Bristol City

Result: 1 - 1




21 January 1933

West Ham United v Port Vale

Result: 5 - 0





21 January 1939

Swindon Town v Crystal Palace

Result: 2 - 2

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Games I've attended on this date in history, league & non-league:

League:

Saturday 21st January 1989
Barclays League Division One
Luton Town 1
Everton 0
Roy Wegerle for Town
#LTFC #EFC

Non-League:
Saturday 21st January 2017
Southern League Premier Division
Banbury United 2
St Neots Town 1
Conor McDonagh with both the Puritan goals with Jevani Brown with the reply for Town
#BUFC #SNTFC





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Manchester United v Tottenahm Hotspur League Division 2 Season 1932-33

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspurs League Division Two Season 1932-33 by Leslie Millman, on Flickr

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspurs League Division Two Season 1932-33 by Leslie Millman, on Flickr

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspurs League Division Two Season 1932-33 by Leslie Millman, on Flickr

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2021 7:59 pm 
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21st January 1967 - a mixed day for the Rams.

Division Two

Derby County 2 Crystal Palace 0 (Billy Hodgson 2)

att: 15,996



Central League

Sheff Weds reserves 1 Derby reserves 0


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Games I've attended on this date in history, league only today, never been to a non league game on this date:

League:

Saturday 22nd January 1994
Endsleigh League Division One
Luton Town 2
Derby County 1
Paul Telfer & Scott Oakes for Town with Mike Forsyth for County
#LTFC #DCFC

Saturday 22nd January 2005
Coca Cola League One
Colchester United 0
Luton Town 0
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22nd January, 1955

Plymouth Argyle 1 Derby County 0

att: 13,529

Derby remain into the relegation zone and would remain there for the rest of a fairly awful season for the club.



22nd January, 1966

FA Cup 3rd Round

Northampton Town 1 (Brown) Nottm Forest 2 (Crowe, Wignall)

att: 17,873



Action shot from the game


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Saturday 23rd January 1965

Division II

Plymouth Argyle 1 Crystal Palace 1 (Smith)

Gate: 15,582





A first league meeting at this level for these 2 clubs ended all square with Keith Smith netting for the travellers.

6 of the listed players showed up at Portsmouth in the early 70's of which four were in the Argyle front line (No's 8-11) plus 5 & 11 of Palace. That's pretty unusual, I'd have thought.
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