Harry the Dog: The Story of a Football Hooligan Legend, and Millwall’s F-Troop Top Boy
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Not someone who was active, but was at most of the games when it went off big time and was inadvertently involved sometimes. Went with other German Blues to the match and were surrounded by little rats of them (aged 15 or 16) with stanley knives and other tools.
The A-Z of Half Man Half Biscuit: Harry the Dog
but the thrill of turning up at some town un-escorted by Señor plod, going into the local pubs and having all the "banter", walking to the ground and thinking that our numbers were massive. As clashes between police and striking miners becoming increasingly bitter, football hooligans across the country were fighting it out with unprecedented ferocity.As well as the Millwall hooligans and those belonging to Luton's firm the MIGs, many of the 31 fans arrested after the violence were identified as being from Chelsea's Headhunters firm and West Ham United's Inter City Firm.
‘Tiny’ - lionised by next generation Millwall fans
There was fighting inside and outside the ground during the game between both sets of supporters, with one Millwall fan sustaining a broken jaw. When asked if Kevin was aware of Tiny ever being on the receiving end of any racism, Kevin said: “They wouldn’t dare say it to his face or to anyone else’s who knew him.
He escaped the furious crowd by using a female left-wing activist as a human shield, according to witnesses. The anti-fascists didn't care about Crane's sexuality, but were concerned that the gatherings might have a political objective. Loved the line about moving women and babies out of the way before the ruck commenced,not like those bastards from Chelsea.