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Good game but it ruined the pitch.

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1Good game but it ruined the pitch. Empty Good game but it ruined the pitch. on Wed Jul 02 2014, 14:00

Guest


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I like a spot of Egg Chasing, always have.

Did anybody else go to this game?

I stood on the Manny Rd terrace that day.

My abiding memory is of Wigan Full-Back Steve Hampson nailing somebody at full pace right in front of me and both players hammering into the railings then just getting up and carrying on with the game.

Proper hard men.

2Good game but it ruined the pitch. Empty Re: Good game but it ruined the pitch. on Wed Jul 02 2014, 14:17

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Remember this game well. I was just about to move to Warrington so I thought I'd check the game out. Proper hard men is right. Check out these aussie rules nutters.

3Good game but it ruined the pitch. Empty Re: Good game but it ruined the pitch. on Wed Jul 02 2014, 14:37

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Guest
To keep a brawl going for that length of time takes the type of real effort and commitment so lacking in modern footballers.

Impressive stuff.

4Good game but it ruined the pitch. Empty Re: Good game but it ruined the pitch. on Wed Jul 02 2014, 16:13

Numpty 28723

Numpty 28723
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
I was recently talking to someone who's a Salford rugby club fanatic and he was telling me about the cup final back in 1969 against Castleford when one of their players got smacked in the face straight from kick-off. You can see it here at the top of the screen - it's only about 4 seconds into the video.

5Good game but it ruined the pitch. Empty Re: Good game but it ruined the pitch. on Wed Jul 02 2014, 22:07

Soul Kitchen

Soul Kitchen
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
You can't beat a bit of "biff", try this one.
https://youtu.be/mjLC_vqhfZ0

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