Whats your funniest experience at a saints match

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  1. saintkitch

    saintkitch Well-Known Member

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    hi bored at work so i thought i would try and cheer myself up a bit just wondered what was peoples funniest moment at a saints match whether it be an on pitch incident or something that happened in the stand or even in the pub before or after the match.

    Mine has to be the Zenith data systems cup final in 1992 i was only a young lad back then and went to wembley with my uncle and his 2 mates we went to the pub before the match then me and my uncle's 2 mates went to the match my uncle said he would catch us up, any way 10 mins into the second half and my uncle appears in style tripping up and falling down the stairs stopping perfectly for his seat, he then sat down and fell asleep. He taught me everything i know today.
     
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  2. MMJ

    MMJ Well-Known Member

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    home to mk dons, there was a drunk bloke behind us absolutely loving life. we were 2 down and everyone was a bit depressed but he ran around (as there were a few empty seats behind) sining his heart out. he pissed a few people off, but i like to think he inspired the team to victioy. he also came out with a few great songs, such as 'i only sing when i'm drinking' and 'i want a banana' (to the tune of the adam lallana song) <ok>
     
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  3. saintkitch

    saintkitch Well-Known Member

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    Lmao, that is brilliant
     
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    saintlyhero Well-Known Member

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    When I was a junior saint I went to some event held on a September day with Alan Shearer & Tim Flowers signing autographs and handing out little prizes. Shearer looked up and asked "Anyone not won anything?". To which one of the mum's replied with a little venom "You haven't!" - Shearer to his credit laughed off the comment with the rest of the room, but I know more than ever that ladies frustration at another poor start to a season.

    On the pitch, will always remember that little chav kid doing a pitch invasion against Norwich in the JPT semi final penalty shoot out and Papa Waigo picking him up and letting him watch Wayne Thomas take us through. Miss old Papa, great character
     
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  5. Piebacca

    Piebacca Well-Known Member

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    Man U changing shirts at HT.
     
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  6. Beddy

    Beddy Plays the percentage

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    Picture the scene it was in the 60's Easter Monday boiling hot day I have just managed to get home on leave in full Naval uniform. I had been met at the Railwaystation having just flown home from Cyprus via Malta and Gibralter on military aircraft and flying into Brise Norton. Some 20 hours in total on the go . Totally shattered to be met by my wife we walked up passed the Dell just as everyone was coming out. The traffic at the traffic lights was Bumper to bumper in all directions with a bobby in the middle getting more and more Frustrated. He called us pedestrians across the road as it was obvious nothing was moving we crossed the road diagonaly as we got next to the Bobby my wife let out a little scream. Her elastic in her nickers had just broke and she was standing next to the Bobby with her legs crossed and her knickers just showing below her dress around her knees. She calmly let them fall to the ground....lent on the bobby to collect them and proceeded to put them into my burberry pocket to all the cheers of the Saints fans. As we walked away she turned and waved at the Bobby, he took off his helmet and gave her a big bow, again to all the cheers of the Saints fans.
     
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  7. Andoversaint

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    mine is this season,
    my mate when to the toilet at half time, came back with two coffee's, i looked over as he was walking up to his seat, he slipped on about ten step up, fell all the to the bottom, but one coffee was ok, as he finally sat down, he spilt his coffee all down him, i laughed all the way though the second half. that was his first saints game, lol funny night,

    COYR!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111
     
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  8. The Based God

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    I just laugh at the amount of stupid people who go to games
     
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  9. AdamBanana20

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    when i was at the saints v yeovil match and a group of saints fans in front of me were waving some celery around and singing "Celery,celery!"=crazy!
     
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  10. - Doing The Lambert Walk

    - Doing The Lambert Walk Well-Known Member

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    Was this near the back row of Northam block 40/41 ?
     
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  11. - Doing The Lambert Walk

    - Doing The Lambert Walk Well-Known Member

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    I was behind people doing this in Row T (they were) at the Walsall game.
     
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  12. CBK

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    The fighting nuns at Derby in 1991 always sticks in my mind.

    Fancy dress at the last away game was a pretty new thing to do back then. Was probably more than a dozen saints lads dressed as Nuns, who got into a scrap with the DLF (who were pretty handy back then). Probably shouldn't find fighting at football funny, but it was such a bizarre sight.
     
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    I also recall about the same time going to Maine Road to see us play Man City. At half time I was having a pee in the massive bogs they had in the away end and to everyones amazment.... in walked a police horse, trotted all the way through the bog and out again.
     
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  14. RedandWhiteManofKent

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    St Marys 29.1.2005 FA Cup - Peter Crouch scores injury time penalty to beat Pompey 2-1.

    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh loved it. still smiling about it as i type this.
     
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    Sitting in the Millwall end, at Saints vs Millwall and listening to the names the Millwall fans called their own players. And half jumping up when saints scored but managing to cover myself by placing my hands which I had thrown into the air onto my head and looking down at the ground.
     
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  16. AdamBanana20

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    LOL!wasn't the guy wearing glasses and a lambert t-shirt?
     
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  17. Wisescummer

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    The guy behind me at the MK Dons match who, when Forte was brought on, shouted 'Oh not Forte, he's only scored five goals in two years! Useless!'. And the rest is history
     
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  18. KingslandKate

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    Wisescummer, I said something very similar when Forte came on and I'm happy to say he make me look stupid! Long may that continue (I think!)

    My Dad seems to be forever putting his foot in it - I remember him saying (can't remember who or when but we were drawing 0-0 in the last minute) "A point's ok. We've kept a clean sheet which is good." Yep, you guessed it, 30 seconds later we went 1-0 down.
     
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  19. Lord Duckhunter

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    Saints V QPR in the Branfoot days. Branfoot comes out of the tunnel and the boos ring round the ground, then from the stands comes a flying orange, lobbed at Branfoot . I was with my mate and his wife, who he never took to football. She said " are they like this with all the away teams?" to which we pointed out that he was our Manager

    I remember another QPR game a couple of years later, but still at The Dell. Ian Hollowhead was their sub and he was warming up down by where I used to sit (it had become all seater by then). There was always a guy there every week who sat in the front row and spent every game abusing the lino or the away subs warming up. His language was terrible, every single week. He started on Hollowhead calling him all sorts, but it was just along the lines of "you ****ing bald ****" and "Rangers tosser" . Everytime the bloke swore at him Hollowhead came back with a funny quip. One I remember was "did you attend Oxford or Cambridge?" the more Hollowhead took the piss out of the bloke, the more the bloke swore at him and lost his rag. It must have gone on for about 5 mins and everyone was laughing at the bloke 'cause Hollowheads quips were making him look a right chump.
     
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  20. CBK

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    Probably only me that found this funny, but I scored a goal for Saints against Weymouth in a friendly in the late 80's. Was a messy messy day with all sorts going on with saints fans round town, but the game itself descended into farce with fans on the pitch every time we scored. I admit to being on that pitch and nicking the ball off a Weymouth player before smacking it into the net from all of 2 yards.

    How they never abandoned that game was beyond me.
     
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