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Guys,

Just been reading on a Millwall forum, well trying to read it with such numpties writing on there, this is what was said:

They said that South Bermondsey was closed to Norwich fans and all Norwich fans will have to walk to the ground from New Cross St. with a police escort.

This was one of the replies:

Closed to Norwich fans only, who have to walk without OB escort from New Cross Gate.

Like the old days - ambushes await.

Ha Ha who do they think they are!!

Ian

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[quote user="ChelmsfordCanary"]Guys,

Just been reading on a Millwall forum, well trying to read it with such numpties writing on there, this is what was said:

They said that South Bermondsey was closed to Norwich fans and all Norwich fans will have to walk to the ground from New Cross St. with a police escort.

This was one of the replies:

Closed to Norwich fans only, who have to walk without OB escort from New Cross Gate.

Like the old days - ambushes await.

Ha Ha who do they think they are!!

Ian[/quote]Apparently true enjoy the walk!

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Why are Millwall fans always up for fighting and why cant they enjoy a game of football with their mates without getting f**king lary.

Sorry state of affairs no wonder Millwall never lose their reputation and fans love living up to it,

Alot of Danny Dyers if you ask me.

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South Berm is open by the way so dont worry. Our club is based on its reputation if we didnt have that we would be another Brentford or Orient, i know a we have a lot of idiots who follow us just for the rep but we take so much stick from other teams and the lovely press we have that us against the world mentality. We are the biggest small club in the world!

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[quote user="ChelmsfordCanary"]Guys,

Just been reading on a Millwall forum, well trying to read it with such numpties writing on there, this is what was said:

They said that South Bermondsey was closed to Norwich fans and all Norwich fans will have to walk to the ground from New Cross St. with a police escort.

This was one of the replies:

Closed to Norwich fans only, who have to walk without OB escort from New Cross Gate.

Like the old days - ambushes await.

Ha Ha who do they think they are!!

Ian[/quote]Why do you give a shit about what a bunch of 13 year old wannabe Millwall thugs say on an internet message board? Their just kids FFS.

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[quote user="Madwall"]South Berm is open by the way so dont worry. Our club is based on its reputation if we didnt have that we would be another Brentford or Orient, i know a we have a lot of idiots who follow us just for the rep but we take so much stick from other teams and the lovely press we have that us against the world mentality. We are the biggest small club in the world![/quote]You don''t even have much of a reputation these days not like West Ham and the Yids, the old days of Millwall''s top firm are long gone, all that is left is a bunch of 14 year old chavs who love to give it the bigun. We all know your just pussy cats really.

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As i said its open as usual. They are not 13 year olds though and if you think that you should be very careful tommorow, the youth have no problem going at scarfers they have no morals!

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[quote user="Wembley_Canary"][quote user="Madwall"]South Berm is open by the way so dont worry. Our club is based on its reputation if we didnt have that we would be another Brentford or Orient, i know a we have a lot of idiots who follow us just for the rep but we take so much stick from other teams and the lovely press we have that us against the world mentality. We are the biggest small club in the world![/quote]You don''t even have much of a reputation these days not like West Ham and the Yids, the old days of Millwall''s top firm are long gone, all that is left is a bunch of 14 year old chavs who love to give it the bigun. We all know your just pussy cats really. [/quote]You seen the mob we took to leeds and West ham? The Hampsters only pull in a firm when they play us and the Yids are you for real? they are only a decent firm in their own minds stop reading Tanners books!

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[quote user="Madwall"]As i said its open as usual. They are not 13 year olds though and if you think that you should be very careful tommorow, the youth have no problem going at scarfers they have no morals![/quote]Been to the Den twice in the last 6 years and had no problems at all. and I believe it''s unfair for Millwalls "normal" fans who have to put up with Millwall''s "nasty" reputation when it''s nowhere near as bad as people like to make out. I have genuinely felt more intimidated at places like Hull, Leeds, Wolves and Sheffield than I have at the Den. I''m sure Millwalls under 14 youth firm will give the odd heated exchange or words tomorrow but nothing different than what you get at any other ground in England. Your just lovely little pussy cats really!

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[quote user="Madwall"][quote user="Wembley_Canary"][quote user="Madwall"]South Berm is open by the way so dont worry. Our club is based on its reputation if we didnt have that we would be another Brentford or Orient, i know a we have a lot of idiots who follow us just for the rep but we take so much stick from other teams and the lovely press we have that us against the world mentality. We are the biggest small club in the world![/quote]You don''t even have much of a reputation these days not like West Ham and the Yids, the old days of Millwall''s top firm are long gone, all that is left is a bunch of 14 year old chavs who love to give it the bigun. We all know your just pussy cats really. [/quote]You seen the mob we took to leeds and West ham? The Hampsters only pull in a firm when they play us and the Yids are you for real? they are only a decent firm in their own minds stop reading Tanners books![/quote]Why are you so desperate to make people believe that you still are top firm these days? Your not, get over it!

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[quote user="Wembley_Canary"][quote user="Madwall"]As i said its open as usual. They are not 13 year olds though and if you think that you should be very careful tommorow, the youth have no problem going at scarfers they have no morals![/quote]Been to the Den twice in the last 6 years and had no problems at all. and I believe it''s unfair for Millwalls "normal" fans who have to put up with Millwall''s "nasty" reputation when it''s nowhere near as bad as people like to make out. I have genuinely felt more intimidated at places like Hull, Leeds, Wolves and Sheffield than I have at the Den. I''m sure Millwalls under 14 youth firm will give the odd heated exchange or words tomorrow but nothing different than what you get at any other ground in England. Your just lovely little pussy cats really![/quote]The Den is the safest ground in the country for away fans wonder why?

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Im  not desperate for everyone to believe we are a top firm we are nothing compared to the old days but Spurs and the Vermin are laughable and if you fancy walking round south london telling people Millwall are nothing then mre fool you young man.

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[quote user="Madwall"]Im  not desperate for everyone to believe we are a top firm we are nothing compared to the old days but Spurs and the Vermin are laughable and if you fancy walking round south london telling people Millwall are nothing then mre fool you young man.[/quote]I don''t intend to go looking for trouble, never said I was, just making a point that Millwall''s evil reputation isn''t justified these days, other than the odd fixture against Leeds or West Ham when some of the part timers come out the woodwork at the very sniff of some potential trouble, but other than that there is no big Millwall firm, just a bunch of mouthy council estate chav kids, who are no bother really. So you see, your nice pussy cats really!

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[quote user="Wembley_Canary"][quote user="Madwall"]Im  not desperate for everyone to believe we are a top firm we are nothing compared to the old days but Spurs and the Vermin are laughable and if you fancy walking round south london telling people Millwall are nothing then mre fool you young man.[/quote]I don''t intend to go looking for trouble, never said I was, just making a point that Millwall''s evil reputation isn''t justified these days, other than the odd fixture against Leeds or West Ham when some of the part timers come out the woodwork at the very sniff of some potential trouble, but other than that there is no big Millwall firm, just a bunch of mouthy council estate chav kids, who are no bother really. So you see, your nice pussy cats really![/quote]

I have to agree, i was intimidated at wolves and leeds, also grimsby was crap!

i look forward to shytting myself tomorrow!

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MadwallPlanning on driving to the stadium and parking then getting a tube to LBwhat''s the parking like around the ground ?any suggestionscheers in  advance

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[quote user="Hit Squad"]MadwallPlanning on driving to the stadium and parking then getting a tube to LBwhat''s the parking like around the ground ?any suggestionscheers in  advance[/quote]As said on another thread very dodgy to  many thieving C**ts about the estates, every week we hear of people who have to drive home with no windows i suggest parking well away at another tube station maybe stratford or stanmore, and getting the jubillee line to london bridge about half hour each way (unless you fancy venturing into central london and finding parking there, good luck!) but so much easier when going home and your car wont be knackered.

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[quote user="Madwall"][quote user="Hit Squad"]MadwallPlanning on driving to the stadium and parking then getting a tube to LBwhat''s the parking like around the ground ?any suggestionscheers in  advance[/quote]As said on another thread very dodgy to  many thieving C**ts about the estates, every week we hear of people who have to drive home with no windows i suggest parking well away at another tube station maybe stratford or stanmore, and getting the jubillee line to london bridge about half hour each way (unless you fancy venturing into central london and finding parking there, good luck!) but so much easier when going home and your car wont be knackered.[/quote]Thanks very much for the advice [Y].Definately going to park up over the river and take a tube to London Bridge.

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[quote user="Henry"][quote user="Madwall"][quote user="Hit Squad"]MadwallPlanning on driving to the stadium and parking then getting a tube to LBwhat''s the parking like around the ground ?any suggestionscheers in  advance[/quote]As said on another thread very dodgy to  many thieving C**ts about the estates, every week we hear of people who have to drive home with no windows i suggest parking well away at another tube station maybe stratford or stanmore, and getting the jubillee line to london bridge about half hour each way (unless you fancy venturing into central london and finding parking there, good luck!) but so much easier when going home and your car wont be knackered.[/quote]Thanks very much for the advice [Y].Definately going to park up over the river and take a tube to London Bridge.[/quote]

What''s the tube like getting away from the ground ?Long queue''s ?

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[quote user="Hit Squad"][quote user="Henry"][quote user="Madwall"][quote user="Hit Squad"]Madwall

Planning on driving to the stadium and parking then getting a tube to LB

what''s the parking like around the ground ?

any suggestions

cheers in  advance
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As said on another thread very dodgy to  many thieving C**ts about the estates, every week we hear of people who have to drive home with no windows i suggest parking well away at another tube station maybe stratford or stanmore, and getting the jubillee line to london bridge about half hour each way
 (unless you fancy venturing into central london and finding parking there, good luck!) but so much easier when going home and your car wont be knackered.
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Thanks very much for the advice [Y].

 

Was gonna drive and leave car at redbridge or gants hill.... £1.00 parking all day, but instead have been talked into getting the train!!!!

Definately going to park up over the river and take a tube to London Bridge.
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What''s the tube like getting away from the ground ?

Long queue''s ?
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I would rather go to Millwall than some of the northern grounds,yes they have a reputation but most of the Millwall fans i know are good people and will make ya welcome..........every clubs has its idiots even Norwich.....just go enjoy the day and dont take the P*SS and be respectfull ......that way it shows everyone how to enjoy the day without fists and knives ..........Simples!

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I''ve had moatly positive experiences of Millwall fans. They will be up for a challenge and they may see us as a challenge tomorrow with a big away following and being league leaders. I expect there will be some hotheads.

Norwich fans need to remember the locals know the area much better than they do so stay on the main thoroughfares and don''t invite problems.

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[quote user="Barclay Block E Trucker"]Was gonna drive and leave car at redbridge or gants hill.... £1.00 parking all day, but instead have been talked into getting the train!!!![/quote]

We are parking at Redbridge (which is the best place to park if you are heading in to London on the M11.

Then going for pre-match pint somewhere near London Bridge and tube or train on to the ground.

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