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Geofftheref
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Dec 2, 2018, 10:38 PM

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I love posts like this. How about these for my first few grounds: Feethams, Durham City (Old Ferens Pk), Roker Park, St James Park (could revisit that I suppose, some may say its a tick given none of the ground I first went to in 1975.


I too remember Feethams (Darlington). I think houses are built on the football pitch now. Whilst trying to get my Class 2 for football refereeing I ran the line there for a pre season friendly between Darlington and Rochdale.
But getting back to grounds that ?I have never been back to I went to watch Darlington away at Crewe’s Gresty road in the second round of the FA Cup in 1966/67. They lost 2-1 and we never saw the Darlington goal as when a steam engine went past the smoke drifted over the pitch. I make that just over 52 years.
They also got to the quarter finals of the league cup during my team supporting days. Read a book on football grounds once for the football league clubs which described the facade that you went through from Victoria Road as the twin towers....the only twin towers that Darlington would ever see........the author was wrong on that one. Went past the old ground just last week and the twin towers are still there.


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Post edited by Geofftheref (Ballboy/girl) on Dec 2, 2018, 10:57 PM


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