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I remember just being a kid at the Man U v Bolton FA Cup match at Old Trafford in the late 80s.

 

There was definitely a Bolton Reds flag on show there that day.

 

Even as a mere boy it made my blood boil.

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Any Bolton fans on here who are from Manchester?

Pato comes from Levenshulme and is a poster, and Ralph Gubbins from Whitefield.

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and Ralph Gubbins from Whitefield.

 

You still working with him?

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You still working with him?

I managed a couple of days with him in Morecambe last week, only because it was a shite job, and he didnt fancy doing it.:D

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I remember just being a kid at the Man U v Bolton FA Cup match at Old Trafford in the late 80s.

 

There was definitely a Bolton Reds flag on show there that day.

 

Even as a mere boy it made my blood boil.

to be fair manc reds piss me off as well

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and Ralph Gubbins from Whitefield.

 

I thought he was from Bongs!! He used to live up Shackerley

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I thought he was from Bongs!! He used to live up Shackerley

He lived at the bottom of Shack Lane on Castle St, lived in Whitefield for over 30 years now though, so i think that qualifies for Mancness.

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Mounts, where were these fuckers when we bounced up chester road in the cup tie.89/90

 

never seen so many manc cunts shit themselves that day. 300+ Bolton marching up chester road is something that will always remain with me.

 

That day I drove to OT and tried to park up 5 minutes from White City, I noticed a right mob walking up the road so thought I would drive past, sure enough it was a good 300 Bolton fans, I promptly parked up and joined in the march to OT, as we got near to the Trafford Inn at the top of Matt Busby way you could cut the atmosphere with a knife they knew Bolton were coming by this time my arse was twitching as we walked into the unknown, to make it worse up went the Munich song as we rounded the corner onto Matt Busby way, the locals were spitting blood the hatred radiated across the road, by this time the Police had funneled us into single file one by one we passed through and we passed a video to record the faces, the police ushered us in dribs and drabs across the road, we were now split up and sitting ducks for the scum fans,I was expecting a good kicking, strangely however it never came and we made it across the car park without the slightest bit of grief. Belting day out and only bettered by the day 50 of us were in the pig and porcupine and were escorted from Manchester town centre via the odd brick and after we had disposed of a few Mancs who had tried to infiltrate our escort to OT and then we went on to beat them.

Edited by Mounts Kipper

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That's why I never went out, I'd be tucking into bread and water round about now

 

 

Actually, last time I spent a night in the cells at Bolton central, I got fish and chips!

 

And washed it down with a cup of coffee!

 

It was a blessing really as I had nowt in the cupboards at home.

 

 

 

:D

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taken yesterday at wembley.

 

LEPERS

 

 

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Surely someone can name and shame them.

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Talking to some red fan in the pub a week or so later and he said Bolton had one of the biggest mobs he had seen around O/T. Mother Macs which was a well known red pub in town at the time was totally taken over by Bolton fans.

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Talking to some red fan in the pub a week or so later and he said Bolton had one of the biggest mobs he had seen around O/T. Mother Macs which was a well known red pub in town at the time was totally taken over by Bolton fans.

Many people move from Manchester to Bolton (well you would want to, wouldn't you?) I don't mind them

 

Those that are from Bolton and support them are the lowest

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I once worked with a lad for a couple of years who I thought was an armchair/occasional Bolton fan.

 

Imagine my shock when he turned up for work with a United top on!

 

To his credit, after a short discussion, he took it off.

 

 

 

:D

Edited by Sir_Francis

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I once worked with a lad for a couple of years who I thought was an armchair/occasional Bolton fan.

 

Imagine my shock when he turned up for work with a United top on!

 

To his credit, after a short discussion, he took it off.

 

Did the discussion include a lighter and petrol?

 

 

:D

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Many people move from Manchester to Bolton (well you would want to, wouldn't you?) I don't mind them

 

Those that are from Bolton and support them are the lowest

 

I just cant get my head round it,coming from Bolton and supporting united or anyone else for that matter. Its the same as being english and fighting for Germany !

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I just cant get my head round it,coming from Bolton and supporting united or anyone else for that matter. Its the same as being english and fighting for Germany !

 

Your right modern day equivalent to Lord Haw Haw.

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That day I drove to OT and tried to park up 5 minutes from White City, I noticed a right mob walking up the road so thought I would drive past, sure enough it was a good 300 Bolton fans, I promptly parked up and joined in the march to OT, as we got near to the Trafford Inn at the top of Matt Busby way you could cut the atmosphere with a knife they knew Bolton were coming by this time my arse was twitching as we walked into the unknown, to make it worse up went the Munich song as we rounded the corner onto Matt Busby way, the locals were spitting blood the hatred radiated across the road, by this time the Police had funneled us into single file one by one we passed through and we passed a video to record the faces, the police ushered us in dribs and drabs across the road, we were now split up and sitting ducks for the scum fans,I was expecting a good kicking, strangely however it never came and we made it across the car park without the slightest bit of grief. Belting day out and only bettered by the day 50 of us were in the pig and porcupine and were escorted from Manchester town centre via the odd brick and after we had disposed of a few Mancs who had tried to infiltrate our escort to OT and then we went on to beat them.

 

Best moment for me was after the match about 20 of us were outside Mcari's chippy when about 30 manc scum came bouncing along and asked us ''where are Bolton'' we replied we are here.

 

the fella who asked us, dropped his arse there and then and turned pale ::lol:: ::lol::

 

A kick up the arse and a slap around the chops soon had them on their way.

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Talking to some red fan in the pub a week or so later and he said Bolton had one of the biggest mobs he had seen around O/T. Mother Macs which was a well known red pub in town at the time was totally taken over by Bolton fans.

 

This is true, many of those ''ITK mancs'' from another site say that the firm Bolton took that day is in the top 5 firms to ever visit the theater of wet dreams.

Edited by Northy

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Being a native of Astley in the 60s, you got loads of Mancs moving in the area, more or less what happened to L/H. Never had any problems with them and turned out to be sound people.

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Being a native of Astley in the 60s, you got loads of Mancs moving in the area, more or less what happened to L/H. Never had any problems with them and turned out to be sound people.

 

 

More likely Salford folk not Mancs, no problems with Salford folk, good people if you dont talk football with them. There again I am biased as my parents and extended family are from Salford.

Edited by Mounts Kipper

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More likely Salford folk not Mancs, no problems with Salford folk, good people if you dont talk football with them. There again I am biased as my parents and extended family are from Salford.

Yes your right MK, most of the kids who moved to our school came from Salford in the 60s. Just a shame it was culture shock when we had to move from the primary school and meet up with all those notrights from Westleigh at St Marys at Astley when you reached 11.

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