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He not been for about 2 seasons now due to his dementia. He first went in 1938 and up until he had to stop going he was at nigh on every home game including being on the embankment on the day of the d

Different worlds and very different atmospheres as I suspect you know. Having been on that train back from Preston and also going to union games I certainly do.

Just been watching old video from road runner videos with Dave higson. We played Preston week after getting beat by Munich when Hughes scored. Away end at deepdale crampacked. They opened up a side te

Lost two more players (defenders) to long term injuries tonight whilst losing to Villa, no win in 5 games

Mates a PNE fan and was saying they were struggling for a fit centre back even before the game

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That's got me scratching my swede- if it wasn't for geography it wouldn't be a derby would it?

Lostock was alluding to the fact that tensions maybe high and form goes out of the window due to normally high intensity of a your traditional 'Derby' match, with passions riding high. Burnley/Blackburn style.

 

This is just two local teams playing that don't give a fuck about each other.

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Is that because we've just not played each other much recently?

 

Remember watching us stuff them on their plastic pitch. Away end proper rammed. Cracking atmosphere.

 

In all fairness Blackburn and utd are my top derbies, but still enjoy trying to get one over on them.

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Is that because we've just not played each other much recently?

 

Remember watching us stuff them on their plastic pitch. Away end proper rammed. Cracking atmosphere.

 

In all fairness Blackburn and utd are my top derbies, but still enjoy trying to get one over on them.

I was excited by the prospect of playing them again a couple of seasons ago especially by the Saturday night away fixture, but had no real dislike for them...

 

Until their utter delight at adding another nail into the relegation coffin with a win at ours later that season. Fuck em.

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Aye. Never been mithered with Preston but we had always had it our own way against them going back to 93 and maybe before. Didn't enjoy that defeat against them. Still on the day ill hate them day after meh

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Lostock was alluding to the fact that tensions maybe high and form goes out of the window due to normally high intensity of a your traditional 'Derby' match, with passions riding high. Burnley/Blackburn style.

 

This is just two local teams playing that don't give a fuck about each other.

 

How things have changed then. This used to be one we looked on the fixture list for as soon as it came out. I can remember utter carnage at their place both in the 'bouncy end' and also on their Kop for Roger Hunts debut.

 

Preston nick was a busy place when Bolton were in town!

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I remember when leaflets were handed out in Bolton telling everyone to go to preston too kick it off with their lads. I think the game was postponed but loads turned out anyway

The game there in 85 was tasty to say the least.

 

We lost 1-0.

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