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Home end- Notts forest

Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by londonwolf, Apr 2, 2015.

  1. londonwolf

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    Couldn't get any tickets for the away end! Anyone going undercover in the home end? Me and a few others are so just wondering!
     
  2. JW

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    Didn't you need a previous history?
     
  3. londonwolf

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    Did not ask for it when we booked it!
     
  4. WalsallWolf

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    At one point it was an option for one of my lads mates. However I rung up and asked Wolves whether they could put him on the reserved list for any returns, more in hope than anything. To my surprise on Tuesday I had a call and got the ticket. FairPlay to Wolves on that occasion and I would recommend that to anyone who misses out on sold out allocations initially.
     
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    What do you plan to do when Wolves score, londonwolf?

    Let your emotions takeover..Yeeeeeeeeeeeeees?:D
     
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    Four of us went in Forest home end in 1976, missed ist Wolves goal didn't cheer the next two, but forgot ourselves and went ballistic when pearce saved a penalty !
     
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    Need a ticket, but not sure weather to risk going and getting one. Tickets for the home end on sale at the ticket office, but understand you need a history or member number to get one. Maybe hope for a spare going in the away end. Dunno what to do!
     
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    Five of us. Not together. We had a couple of Forest mates that got us tickets. It wasn't until someone on here told me that you needed a previous purchase history, so I'm really grateful Ive got a ticket. Unless you do the same, I'm not sure where you'll get tickets from.
     
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    Actually the home end, rather ironically was probably the safest. It is the most dangerous match I've ever been to. Their so called nutters were to busy smashing the $$$$ out of Wolves fans as they came through the turnstiles in the terrace adjacent to the open end. To top it all another load of Forest nutters smashed their way out of their end and lay siege to Wolves coaches as they arrived.

    When Wolves went 2-0 up, what Wolves fans that remained were attacked in the open end and forced onto the pitch. Hardly a copper in sight. Game held up as Clough helped Wolves fans ushered out of the ground. I've never experienced anything like it.

    The return fixture at Molineux was repay time. Thank god those days are over!
     
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    Your going in the Trent end!!!!!!! You brave lad, best of luck :goodnight:
     
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    Isnt their Trent End a bit like the Wolves North Bank these days? Still not adviseable but most of their lads go in the side stands (either side).
     
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    Oops that's what I did, a mate let me have his Dad's ticket and I forgot myself when we scored.....there was I standing with a one arm Stevie Bull salute shouting get in...then I realised I was the only one standing :eek:

    My mate explained the situation to those around had to sit quietly on my seat whilst it was continually shaken for the rest of the match....love it :D
     
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    Went in the Brian Clough stand in 02/03, Dad wasn't particularly subtle about it when we scored!
     
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    I was telling my son about that game today.

    The coaches arrived 15 minutes after kick off and the windows got smashed as you say.

    We went to the turnstiles and there was the usual scrum to get in, but as we approached the Wolves who had got in were hastily climbing back out over the turnstiles.

    We went back to the coach, missed the game, but at least we got home in one piece.

    The only comparable game was at Burnden Park around the same time when we were buying burgers through the smashed out coach windows on the way out of the car park.
     
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    It was absolute madness. We went by car, their were five of us. When we witnessed Wolves fans being attacked as they went through the turnstiles, without a copper in sight, and the coaches being attacked by Forest fans that had smashed their way out of the ground, it was too much for three of my mates, they said sod it were going down the pub.

    Just two of us left we braved it in the open end. The second goal went in and we were blitzed and ended up on the pitch, about 50 of us. The game stopped, we were unable to get back onto any part of the terracing because the Forest nuts could navigate themselves all around the ground.

    Brian Clough had one Forest fan in a head lock as we were led out of the ground.

    Those weren't the days my friends
     
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    It wasn't too bad. I was in the Cloughie Stand and they soon cottoned on around me when the guy who got us tickets came to say hello. Bloody gobbie $$$$e!!!! Lots of banter both before and after Afobe scored but soon got a bit tense when Sako popped in from the spot...so i kept quiet after that :) Needless to say, when they were deserting the sinking ship at 80-85 minutes, there were a few choice words spat in my direction. All in a fun day out!!!!
     
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