Millwall Cristal Moments

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Walking back to the car afterwards "Daddy you hugged me so hard when Ollie scored I thought you were going to kill me" :D A proper GP memory for my little one to take with her to the new stadium and a flashback moment for me and celebrating many other dramtic goals with my Dad.
 

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PG announcing up-coming fixtures, Swansea,Huddersfield,Reading....Shepherds Bush. The lady poleaxed by a stray shot in the warm up being well looked after by the club.
 

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walking down the ealing road after the game and some bloke exhaled and laiughed and we laughed and exhaled and we all said wtf just happened there? and then we laughed.....
 
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I make almost every game in the season but my mum only makes a couple (can't stand in the Ealing Road end for the whole game sometimes). Probably when we scored the 3rd and I ended up bearhugging her and lifting her up out of sheer joy.

Also as I said on another thread, the blokes in front of me leaving at the 75th... after I'd heard one of them say when Millwall scored the second that they'd bet on 3-2.
 

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Sadly being on holiday in the US and missing this! :-(

My "champagne" moment will be that my ST which was put on the exchange was sold on and that the person taking it up enjoyed the game and will want to come again thus expanding the fan database.:sorted:
 

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As we aren't allowed goals as the CM.
In the first half when Pontus was giving ****well a mouthful.
 

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The incredibly good natured Millwall fans on the dangerously overcrowded train back to Clapham. Had a proper laugh with them and they looked like a right bunch of nutcases. I did feel sorry for the two posh blokes who got on at Putney, wearing Lederhosen, though. rofl
 

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I make almost every game in the season but my mum only makes a couple (can't stand in the Ealing Road end for the whole game sometimes). Probably when we scored the 3rd and I ended up bearhugging her and lifting her up out of sheer joy.

Also as I said on another thread, the blokes in front of me leaving at the 75th... after I'd heard one of them say when Millwall scored the second that they'd bet on 3-2.

Just managed to get the 5.09 to London and it was very full of subdued and shell shocked Millwall fans. We thought it best to talk about something else but the game...
 
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The celebrations for the winner, it’s been a while since I hugged random strangers !
 

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How sh1t must you be, we're winning at home! Not a fan of inane clichéd chants, but used sarcastically to respond to another, no problem at all (Millwall had started with the library stuff in the first few minutes :yawn: and moved on to the "how sh!t" one as soon as they scored).
 

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David Raya running in a circle when the winner went in and then running back to the Millwall fans with his arms spread out.
 

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Marking my birthdays our son came with us, fantastic scenes!
The moment in second half at 0-2 when Jeanvier and Nico roared forward in front of NR, I said to my son ‘if we could just get 1......’
Loved it all, thanks lads
 

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The winning goal from Ollie. Mental scenes. :bound:
 

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There was a little lad with his dad sitting behind us .. when the Millwall penalty was given he was crying his little heart out .. they scored it and he cried and sobbed even more! .. I wish I could have seen his little face when we went 3-2 .. if you’re his dad and reading this .. you have a Brentford super fan on your hands there!
 

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Flat beer moment: For my stag do I took about eight football loving non Bees fans to GPto watch the bees based on everyone's availability.

We chose the Stoke game.
 

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There was a little lad with his dad sitting behind us .. when the Millwall penalty was given he was crying his little heart out .. they scored it and he cried and sobbed even more! .. I wish I could have seen his little face when we went 3-2 .. if you’re his dad and reading this .. you have a Brentford super fan on your hands there!
Did he have a yellow jacket on ?
 

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I’m not sure tbh .. I just glanced round quickly when I heard him sobbing his poor little heart out!
Don’t think it was my lad to be honest but he was fed up when we were losing and then went mad when we started scoring. He was involved in the mental scenes when we scored the winner. We were sat in the new road near the bottom. Some of the away fans will remember him from Preston.
 

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A minor one but when we went 3-2 up Millwall lobbed everyone forward, one particular ball looped up to their lump Cooper on the edge of the box, Pontus clocked this and won a superb header which allowed us to break and see out the time
 

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10 players on the halfway line for a kick-off!
 

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My champagne moment was something in the second half (I think) that made quite a lot of people laugh. Can't remember what it was now but I distinctly remember thinking that's a contender for this thread. :scratch:
 

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It’s a shame the bar was open, these folks only came for the beer, (they will say we were there) sod the football
What are you on about?

You can watch the game and put money in the clubs coffers. I think that’s far better than leaving early
 

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What are you on about?

You can watch the game and put money in the clubs coffers. I think that’s far better than leaving early
Stay inside the ground around the pitch to give the team vocal support, rather than peeing of to the bar
 

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The scenes from our bench. Absolutely mental
Kit man Bob celebrating in front of New Road and slipping arse first on his back, then the kit of cool celebrated on his back like on a sun lounger ‘Charlie George Cup Final’ style.
 

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My champagne moment was something in the second half (I think) that made quite a lot of people laugh. Can't remember what it was now but I distinctly remember thinking that's a contender for this thread. :scratch:
I agree. Those little comical moments are always the best. Especially the memorable ones.
 

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Well done to those who started up the applause on 46 minutes. Caught a few of us out to start with, but we soon caught up. Was only thinking of Hamburger Hill a couple of minutes ago when looking at the Josh DaSilva thread which HH started.
 

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My champagne moment was something in the second half (I think) that made quite a lot of people laugh. Can't remember what it was now but I distinctly remember thinking that's a contender for this thread. :scratch:
When something happens during the game, I think, that's my Champagne Moment, but by the time the thread is opened on here, I've forgotten what it was.
 

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Stay inside the ground around the pitch to give the team vocal support, rather than peeing of to the bar
I spend thousands every year home and away following the club I love, if I want to watch the last 10 minutes of a dreadful game from the bar who the hell are you to tell me I shouldn’t ?
 

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Kit man Bob celebrating in front of New Road and slipping arse first on his back, then the kit of cool celebrated on his back like on a sun lounger ‘Charlie George Cup Final’ style.
Charlie is a great character too!
 

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pontus for some reason coming up to me and planting a sloppy kiss on me cheek......................
 

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My dad passed away late Friday evening. My mum was insistent that I went and gave the Bees a shout for him even though I wasn’t sure.

With 10 minutes to go my daughter says ‘Daddy, wouldn’t it be nice if they could just get one goal for Grandad’. I said words like ‘it won’t be happening today sweetheart’. And then that happened!

There were a few tears when the winner went in - I like to think he had a word with the big man and said that there was no way we could have lost 0-2 yesterday.

My daughter hugging me when the winner went in - priceless 🐝👍
 

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My dad passed away late Friday evening. My mum was insistent that I went and gave the Bees a shout for him even though I wasn’t sure.

With 10 minutes to go my daughter says ‘Daddy, wouldn’t it be nice if they could just get one goal for Grandad’. I said words like ‘it won’t be happening today sweetheart’. And then that happened!

There were a few tears when the winner went in - I like to think he had a word with the big man and said that there was no way we could have lost 0-2 yesterday.

My daughter hugging me when the winner went in - priceless 🐝👍
Love it, well done
 

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My dad passed away late Friday evening. My mum was insistent that I went and gave the Bees a shout for him even though I wasn’t sure.

With 10 minutes to go my daughter says ‘Daddy, wouldn’t it be nice if they could just get one goal for Grandad’. I said words like ‘it won’t be happening today sweetheart’. And then that happened!

There were a few tears when the winner went in - I like to think he had a word with the big man and said that there was no way we could have lost 0-2 yesterday.

My daughter hugging me when the winner went in - priceless 🐝👍
Beautiful to read but tinged with sadness for your, and your families, loss....
 

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My dad passed away late Friday evening. My mum was insistent that I went and gave the Bees a shout for him even though I wasn’t sure.

With 10 minutes to go my daughter says ‘Daddy, wouldn’t it be nice if they could just get one goal for Grandad’. I said words like ‘it won’t be happening today sweetheart’. And then that happened!

There were a few tears when the winner went in - I like to think he had a word with the big man and said that there was no way we could have lost 0-2 yesterday.

My daughter hugging me when the winner went in - priceless 🐝👍
Special moment...great stuff :)
 

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