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  1. Trouble starts at 45:50 in the video and Archie MacPherson sporadically comments on it over the next ten minutes or so ("Mayhem..battle in the background"), with snippets of footage, until the English fans have been punted out of the stadium via the ramp where the pipe band are standing. You can see the pipers amonsgt the NF guys at 52:40.
  2. I was a wide eye school kid in section N, where most of the trouble was centred. The picture looks like section O, next door. A lot of the National Front guys climbed that fence to escape to the safety of the running track. A slapstick tug-of-war broke out when one of them got stuck on top of the fence, with his mates trying to pull him to safety, and a horde of tartan japesters (successfully) dragging him back on to the terracing where he was engulfed. All this was going on while an absolute fortune in loose change was raining down on the scene from above, with coins ricocheting off the crush barriers, etc. I never saw a sniff of trouble outside that day. It was all inside the ground. Pishing down all day long as well
  3. McAveety is Phil, who is the brother of former MSP Frank McAveety, according to a guy I worked with who was taught by Frank when he ws a teacher.
  4. There's no way that guy is getting a free header for Aberdeen's second if Brown doesn't throw that deliberate block on Fraser at the line of scrimmage.
  5. Someone who writes for a living at the BBC seemingly baffled by the concept of holding your head high / hanging your head in shame.
  6. Cummings squaring up. A terrifying prospect.
  7. I caught the very tail end of Danny McGrain's career, when he had morphed from a world class talent into a guy who was quite litererally breaking players legs to compensate for his diminishing skills. Hiya Charlie Adam!
  8. It's done this before but they're cutting it fine for kick off this time.
  9. He was probably a descendant of that c**t who licked William Wallace's wife's face. It was all good on the train where there was safety in numbers. We didn't realise we were the only Scotland fans who were going to get off at Green Park.
  10. Since the peak days of English hooliganism I've been listening to a narrative from the media that young guys+bevvy must inevitably =trouble. I just don't buy that. I've been on too may drink soaked Tartan Army trips, where drink is the number one theme, and you see guys who are absolutely blootered for the whole duration, but without the slightest sniff of trouble. Over and over again. You need dickheads to be part of that equation too.
  11. Just reading Danny Baker's Twitter. He's not far wrong I'd suggest. Including about the crowd tonight. This Engand run has had a whif of Emperor's New Clothes about it, for me.
  12. Right up ye to the guy who called me a sweaty sock at Green Park station after the Euro 96 game.
  13. Police sirens ringing out in the background on the live BBC News report from outside Wembey.
  14. Those Scotland player of the year t-shirts now officially out of date.
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