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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by OedipusTex, Aug 22, 2016.
They never get old!
Might see if I can find the highlights of the 4-3! Those were the days.
1974, last time we beat them wasn't it? Time we scalped them again.
"And I'll tell you, honestly, I will love it if we beat them. Love it."
Long may we continue to defy gravity!!!
2-0. Mally Lord and Waggy.
That was when Man U had a cricketer playing for them in defence. Yorkshire's Arnie Sidebottom.
I remember watching the 4-3 on the big screen at the KC, along with the 2-2 draw at Liverpool. I don't think they've shown any games on the big screen since then, which surprises me as they were both pretty well attended.
Yer I was at that. Some lads in the concourse chanting Fish out Dolan out
Would absolutely love it if you thrash those flashy bastards.
If Davies could elbow Ibrahimovic's nose back into shape that'd be most enjoyable.
I went to that. Never seen out like it. How many did they bring?
I was there, and there were thousands of them. All kempton and the north stand, seemed to be everywhere else too.
I was there but don't have any specific memories of the game like I do for some others of that period. I remember being pleased that Mally Lord scored based on the fact that his wife worked in the bank that my mate's Dad was the manager of.
Was that the time they invaded bunkers ?
I was on Bunkers Hill but I kept well away from that wooden wall the yobs came over.
Not as many as Sunderland brought not long after.
And OPE reds took part in fighting with city fans
Really? Just seemed to be millions of them to my 10year old eyes. Went to the sunland game too.
I remember running for my life at the final whistle!
Man Utd crowd was 14,000 more than the previous home game, Sunderland game was 16,000 more. It is a fair bet that the extra 14,000 included a fair few folks who had gone just to see Man Utd while we the extra ones for the Sunderland game won't have included any Hull people there just to see Sunderland.