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25 thoughts on “Blackburn Rovers v Aston Villa (1904)”
When was the “Double Stout” stand eventually demolished?
hey dad are you going to add the video of the game we went too? and cheers loved the old vid lol.
ROVERS TILL I DIE XX
not one dive or attempt to con the ref…now thats football!
they played during rain, hailstorm, snow, lightning and thunder (all in one match), whereas nowadays, if there is a little snow the match is called off.
lol @ the crowd atound the ball 0:12 – 0:14…doesnt seem like that was much tactical formation at that time 😉
@PretzelLogic ha ha h ah ahaha you are crazy.
adrian chiles him on the 1 show.not a fan
dennis paxton of banbury loves blackburn
Those shorts make me laugh so, so long. What would they have said to the
80s short shorts!
hahaha dars giggs lol
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I heard big sam is after a few of these players
Thought they removed that hill in the background. To stop people watching for free. In about 1970 i think.lol
No I think he was suspended.
No, but Alex Ferguson was moaning about something or other that week.
That Adrian Chiles must be getting on abit now,
lmao what a guy. i found it funny. i like it
it could have been 3-1
Tugay is probably old enough to have been in this game.
I know – I was trying to be ‘humourous’
Clearly I failed.
this is a 1904 blackburn rovers side, before the first WW
I didn’t see Tugay – was he injured for this game?
To say that we Rovers got beat 0-3,how come it shows us scorig a goal at the end?surely something wrong there anyone got a history bok to confirm the score around circa 1900?
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