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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby b4life » 19 Mar 2013, 22:48

Gary Capsey on the left?

Re the Tea Hut, the sausage rolls were legendary!
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby Golf Delta » 19 Mar 2013, 23:12

...and whilst nibbling on my cheese roll, I used to watch this chap destroying the opponents! :D
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby amberforever » 19 Mar 2013, 23:27

" As a small child in the early 70's, the highlight of the week was my dad taking me to footy and treating me to a crusty cheese roll at half time from the tea hut. It's funny how memories like this can be so powerful."
Thats right Golf. Wern't they crusty yet sort of flaky on the outside??! Even with the watery tea they tasted great together. Matter of fact...I will get in some crusty flaky rolls for the Wycombe game and treat myself at half time when we are 3-0 up! ( and safe?)
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby Reckless » 19 Mar 2013, 23:29

ccollis_869 wrote:Can i just ask ask as someone born in 1990 are you sure that the picture two above is Underhill? or is that the old East Terrace?


It is the North West Terrace.
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby Golf Delta » 19 Mar 2013, 23:37

Now this was a great team. Just a shame that they didn't perform against Stafford at Wembley.

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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby Golf Delta » 19 Mar 2013, 23:47

Now this was a great team, just a shame they didn't turn up at Wembley against Stafford.
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby Devon_Bee » 20 Mar 2013, 00:20

ninestein wrote:Nice to see the old clubhouse before it got mysteriously burned down


On information from my Dad, the old clubhouse was built by a certain semi-professional bricklaying goalkeeper, turned manager.

Anyone?

Kevin Blackwell.

I do hope my Dad's right, otherwise I've put my head above the parapet ready to be shot at! :laugh:
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby torontobee » 20 Mar 2013, 00:24

Devon_Bee wrote:
ninestein wrote:Nice to see the old clubhouse before it got mysteriously burned down


On information from my Dad, the old clubhouse was built by a certain semi-professional bricklaying goalkeeper, turned manager.

Anyone?

Kevin Blackwell.

I do hope my Dad's right, otherwise I've put my head above the parapet ready to be shot at! :laugh:



Your dad is spot on! :y:
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby ccollis_869 » 20 Mar 2013, 00:50

Reckless wrote:
ccollis_869 wrote:Can i just ask ask as someone born in 1990 are you sure that the picture two above is Underhill? or is that the old East Terrace?


It is the North West Terrace.


ah thank you very much, looked at the lines on the pitch thought was the half way line, I can see now that its the area
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby PBBee » 20 Mar 2013, 16:37

ccollis_869 wrote:Can i just ask ask as someone born in 1990 are you sure that the picture two above is Underhill? or is that the old East Terrace?


IT's the North West Terrace isnt it?
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby icarus » 20 Mar 2013, 17:21

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Firstly sorry it's sideways on, if I spin it it's too wide and gets cropped so a lot would be missing.

This is a picture I took and developed myself from back in the early 70's. Never did find out who we're playing against but at least the action is in their area! Love the old chap leaning on the fence opposite in mac and trilby.

I thought I was the only one that remembered those cheese rolls - love the bit about the top being flaky yet crusty that is so accurate. I think I will take one for the last game too, remembering the massive slab of cheese in the middle of course!

Anyone remember either of these events?

1. Johnny Barr rescuing a cat from the field of play and having to sprint back to his goal sharpish, carrying said feline, as opposition started an attack?

2. Gordon Ferry losing one or both contact lenses and the whole team walking slowly in line trying to find it/them after the game
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby Golf Delta » 20 Mar 2013, 17:38

The great man himself. Sublime touch, vision and an unerring knack to score beautiful goals. Was adored by thousands of Barnet fans, a true Barnet legend. The other bloke in the picture getting tackled is Nicky Evans I believe, who sponsored the hoarding in the background for his favourite two fans. We know they start juicing up at the very thought of his name judging by some of their embarassing comments on here! The guy on the right, heading for the Underhill exit swiftly is Rob Johnson.
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby Reckless » 20 Mar 2013, 19:11

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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby 0008158 » 20 Mar 2013, 19:46

I will always remember the tea hut as it nearly got a game abandoned on a cold still evening against romford i think,the smoke or steam from the hut hung over the pitch the more they served the thicker the mist come fog decended.Also in the days of the old yellow and black programme the one with the adverts all around the two teams. i think it was a herts senior cup against ware town the programme had ware's colours as blue and blue stripes.also the early games in the f a trophy....happy days
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Re: Underhill Photo Memories

Postby let_it_bee » 21 Mar 2013, 12:55

Golf Delta wrote: The guy on the right, heading for the Underhill exit swiftly is Rob Johnson.
I always wondered what happened to him. Came in I think for the first couple of games of our fist league season, seemed to do ok, then just vanished.
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