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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2015 11:19 pm 
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Never seen that Palace cover before, Pete.

It's stunning.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2015 11:27 pm 
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Much as I loved the old Ram newspaper, it's hard not to envy Hammers collectors and those pocket-sized issues.
Not just a ton of information on the club but so easy to store!

43 years ago and Kevin Hector scores both goals in a 2-1 win


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2015 1:21 am 
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19th November 1938

Football League, Division III South

Att: 17,898

Crystal Palace 2 (A.Dawes 2) Cardiff City 0



Albert Dawes (again - see 15th October!)

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2015 10:41 am 
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derby1884 wrote:
Much as I loved the old Ram newspaper, it's hard not to envy Hammers collectors and those pocket-sized issues.
Not just a ton of information on the club but so easy to store!

43 years ago and Kevin Hector scores both goals in a 2-1 win



So very missed. WHU, in their last season at the Boleyn Ground are issuing match day programmes with retro covers. This very season artwork shown here adorned the issue v Norwich on 26th September, so very nostalgic
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2015 9:57 pm 
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85 years ago and one of those "2-in-1" issues that Villa often put out over the years.

The game covered on Nov 19th is for Villa v "The Army F.A. Eleven"

The Army side is mostly made up of Corporals and Lance-Corporals but the two wingers are both Privates. The only ones in the team.

The Army team were also allowed to name two reserves. Unusual for those days.

2.40pm kick-off on a Wednesday afternoon so perhaps there would have been more at the match on the 15th which was against Derby.


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20th November 1943

Football League South

Att: 7,000 (est)

Southampton 2 (Whittingham 2) Crystal Palace 2 (Smith, Robson)



Albert Robson



Two questions - was Saints' goal-scoring skipper Whittingham related to Guy? And did anyone reading this ever drink a pint of Coopers?
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20th November 1948 Derby 1 v 0 Portsmouth 1st Division. Att: 34,042.

The scorer for Derby was Billy Steel 46mins.







Derby's Scottish International Billy Steel.
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A few extra item re the derby v pompey match.




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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:46 pm 
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I like those autographed items, Pete!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:51 pm 
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Same day Pompey were at the Baseball Ground, our reserves were up in the North East.

Home team won 2-1.



oh - and best of luck to the Cobblers in their struggle to survive.
50 years ago, things were a bit different.


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21st November 1953

FA Cup, 1st round

Att:- 8,944

Great Yarmouth Town 1 Crystal Palace 0



Palace were knocked out of the Cup in 3 straight years by non-league opposition, and this game at Great Yarmouth was the filling in their sandwich of humiliation. Palace remains GYT's only league scalp and 8,944 their record gate. In the photo below, the hero of the day, the home keeper Canning, fumbles a cross but still denies the lurking Palace forwards Bob Thomas and (right) Ernie Randell. That superb stand still dominates Wellesley Rec.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 21, 2015 5:26 pm 
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Pete’s Picture Palace wrote:
20th November 1943

Football League South

Att: 7,000 (est)

Southampton 2 (Whittingham 2) Crystal Palace 2 (Smith, Robson)



Albert Robson



Two questions - was Saints' goal-scoring skipper Whittingham related to Guy? And did anyone reading this ever drink a pint of Coopers?



Peter
Coopers were taken over in 1943 by Watney Coombe & Reid but brewing continued until 1950's.

How come you always put your articles on aftermidnight?
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"Coopers were taken over in 1943 by Watney Coombe & Reid but brewing continued until 1950's"

Aha - became cat's pi## then like the rest of them. Sherlock

"How come you always put your articles on after midnight?"

If I did them before midnight, they'd be on the wrong day! Laughing

Nah, just like to be the first up every day - if I have one to show anyway.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 22, 2015 12:06 am 
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62 years ago.

The 5-2 win here put the Rams top of the Central League - watched by the club's new manager Jack Barker.


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Hamburg 0 - 0 Aberdeen, European Super Cup 1983. One of Aberdeen's greatest results and I'm a big fan of the 80's style German programmes and tickets.



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40 years ago today.
I guess the front cover is showing Mike Bailey holding aloft the Daily Express 5-a-side trophy which had been played for 17 days earlier.

Wolves 0 Derby 0
att: 26,690


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 23, 2015 1:51 am 
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23rd November 1959

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Crystal Palace 4 Sutton United 2



No idea on scorers, but here's Dave Sexton

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:43 am 
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Pete’s Picture Palace wrote:
21st November 1953

FA Cup, 1st round

Att:- 8,944

Great Yarmouth Town 1 Crystal Palace 0



Palace were knocked out of the Cup in 3 straight years by non-league opposition, and this game at Great Yarmouth was the filling in their sandwich of humiliation. Palace remains GYT's only league scalp and 8,944 their record gate. In the photo below, the hero of the day, the home keeper Canning, fumbles a cross but still denies the lurking Palace forwards Bob Thomas and (right) Ernie Randell. That superb stand still dominates Wellesley Rec.



Cheers Pete, great stuff. That stand at Great Yarmouth is claimed to be the oldest stand in the world.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 23, 2015 9:56 pm 
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Bit of an off day for the club all round.

While the first XI were getting hammered 5-1 at Burnden Park, the reserves were losing this match 2-1.

Two points of mention - when the teams took the field, there were no fewer than 11 changes to the lineups printed in the programme.

And Jack Nicholas, Derby's FA Cup-winning skipper, who had basically retired by this time, turned out at the, unusual for him, position of right-half (3 days short of his 36th birthday)

After a couple of emergency appearances for the first team and a few more reserve games to help out, he became the club's chief scout towards the end of the 46/7 season.

Allegedly as hard a player as any who have played the game.




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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2015 1:48 am 
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25th November 1961

FA Cup, 2nd Round

Att: 6,045

Bridgwater Town 0 Crystal Palace 3 (Smillie, Heckman 2)



Andy Smillie

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