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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. 13:44 - May 17 with 2965 viewscharmr

Stoke away when Bircham was doing his thing for starters, winning 1-0
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 14:09 - May 17 with 2305 viewsPlanetHonneywood

Newcastle away October 1993.

1,800 Rfosi if memory serves. Whatever the number, we took a large and loud mob for a belting away day.

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 14:23 - May 17 with 2263 viewsHayesender

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 14:09 - May 17 by PlanetHonneywood

Newcastle away October 1993.

1,800 Rfosi if memory serves. Whatever the number, we took a large and loud mob for a belting away day.


The walk back to the station was interesting that day

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 15:43 - May 17 with 2177 viewsBoston

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 14:23 - May 17 by Hayesender

The walk back to the station was interesting that day


Collecting pieces of the old Roman Walls was it?

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 15:47 - May 17 with 2150 viewsBoston

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 15:43 - May 17 by Boston

Collecting pieces of the old Roman Walls was it?


..if they're Roman that is?

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 17:14 - May 17 with 2069 viewsqpr_1968

west ham away, 2004/05....never shut up all game, great turnout.

even my west ham mates tipped a hat to us that day.

god knows what it would have been like if we'd had won.
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 17:23 - May 17 with 2046 viewsbarbicanranger

The Bircham at Stoke game is a good shout.

I remember a win away at Bradford in the late 90s - I think we won 0-3 and it was freezing but the away turnout was amazing - there were two small tiers and it was rocking.
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:04 - May 17 with 1904 viewsHayesender

Ipswich away early 90's, the one where Devon White scored in a 1-1 draw.

Midweek, and there must have been a good couple of thousand of us in the town by mid afternoon.

Remember speaking to one of the met old bill. QPR had told Ipswich to expect 1000 to 1500 of us.

Well over 3000 turned up, and they had to move home fans out of their seats

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:09 - May 17 with 1867 viewsqpr_1968

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:04 - May 17 by Hayesender

Ipswich away early 90's, the one where Devon White scored in a 1-1 draw.

Midweek, and there must have been a good couple of thousand of us in the town by mid afternoon.

Remember speaking to one of the met old bill. QPR had told Ipswich to expect 1000 to 1500 of us.

Well over 3000 turned up, and they had to move home fans out of their seats


yeah, was at that one, 92/93. good turnout, got up there pretty early, and got home about 2 in the morning. work was a blur the next day.
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:14 - May 17 with 1855 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:04 - May 17 by Hayesender

Ipswich away early 90's, the one where Devon White scored in a 1-1 draw.

Midweek, and there must have been a good couple of thousand of us in the town by mid afternoon.

Remember speaking to one of the met old bill. QPR had told Ipswich to expect 1000 to 1500 of us.

Well over 3000 turned up, and they had to move home fans out of their seats


Remember that one well, Hayes.

Cracking night.

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:21 - May 17 with 1826 viewspaulparker

Watford 98 about 6k, steve slade scored
Bury 2001 about 1500 there that day Bruce scored the winner with a free kick
Northampton 2001 league cup, big queues outside and the home fans had to give up their seats
Spurs 89 Trevor Francis scored two but we lost , we had a good few there that day and took up 3 pens
Port vale lost 2-0 fat boy Griffiths
Coventry away bloody eion Jess

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:09 - May 17 with 1719 viewsqueensparker

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:04 - May 17 by Hayesender

Ipswich away early 90's, the one where Devon White scored in a 1-1 draw.

Midweek, and there must have been a good couple of thousand of us in the town by mid afternoon.

Remember speaking to one of the met old bill. QPR had told Ipswich to expect 1000 to 1500 of us.

Well over 3000 turned up, and they had to move home fans out of their seats


I remember this as well - wasn’t Roger Mullet Milford the ref and got untold abuse throughout? Brilliant night, we used to bring random hordes a far bit back then
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:12 - May 17 with 1706 viewsDWQPR

The game against Fulham when we first went up and lost 6–0. The only R that left the ground early was Taarabt but the rest of us stayed and sung until the end and applauded the team off. Neil Warnock always referred to that match in terms of the support.

And who can forget the support given away at the Filth just after New Year 2013. Twenty minutes of “Ashley Cole, you’re John Terry’s bitch”. And walking back down the Kings Road afterwards. Rangers everywhere.

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:21 - May 17 with 1673 viewsdaveB

Wrexham away midweek in the Holloway promotion season, support was superb that night
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:33 - May 17 with 1633 viewspaulparker

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:12 - May 17 by DWQPR

The game against Fulham when we first went up and lost 6–0. The only R that left the ground early was Taarabt but the rest of us stayed and sung until the end and applauded the team off. Neil Warnock always referred to that match in terms of the support.

And who can forget the support given away at the Filth just after New Year 2013. Twenty minutes of “Ashley Cole, you’re John Terry’s bitch”. And walking back down the Kings Road afterwards. Rangers everywhere.


Actually the turnout for Fulham in 99 was massive , we took over everywhere
I’ve never seen so many Rangers take over an away ground like that

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:34 - May 17 with 1634 viewsdenhamhoop2

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:21 - May 17 by daveB

Wrexham away midweek in the Holloway promotion season, support was superb that night


I think Marcus Bean scored in that one
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:36 - May 17 with 1625 viewsdistortR

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:04 - May 17 by Hayesender

Ipswich away early 90's, the one where Devon White scored in a 1-1 draw.

Midweek, and there must have been a good couple of thousand of us in the town by mid afternoon.

Remember speaking to one of the met old bill. QPR had told Ipswich to expect 1000 to 1500 of us.

Well over 3000 turned up, and they had to move home fans out of their seats


yeah, well oiled I wandered in the home end as there were massive queues at the one turnstile they had seemingly opened for us. steward stopped me going for a piss at half time - "I can't stop you sitting here, but I won't let you go in there"! Luckily a copper overheard, berated the idiot steward before it got over-heated and asked if i wanted to be escorted into the away end, which I duly was.
Same game I believe, Joe Young told me he was giving out and a copper asked if he could help, and sort out who had upset him. He pointed out Tony Roberts, who had let one slip through his legs
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 21:09 - May 17 with 1559 viewsstowmarketrange

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:34 - May 17 by denhamhoop2

I think Marcus Bean scored in that one


16th September 2003 and we won 2-0.I only remember it so well because it was my birthday and we’d moved to suffolk the day before.I went to our village pub to celebrate our win,only to find out that I just made last orders.
I know Rowlands got 1 goal,but I can’t remember who got the 2nd.
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 21:19 - May 17 with 1522 viewsdaveB

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:34 - May 17 by denhamhoop2

I think Marcus Bean scored in that one


He did. Rowlands scored in the last minute after Kevin McCleod was sent off and Chris Day made an incredible save at 1-0
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 21:45 - May 17 with 1462 viewsQPRBrian

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 14:09 - May 17 by PlanetHonneywood

Newcastle away October 1993.

1,800 Rfosi if memory serves. Whatever the number, we took a large and loud mob for a belting away day.


Would this be the Allen/Ferdinand/Stjeiskal one......with the trumpet player??!
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 23:16 - May 17 with 1327 viewsloftboy

Derby away, 12:00 KO two days before Christmas and we filled the away end at the baseball ground.

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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 07:39 - May 18 with 1166 viewsMistication92

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 19:21 - May 17 by paulparker

Watford 98 about 6k, steve slade scored
Bury 2001 about 1500 there that day Bruce scored the winner with a free kick
Northampton 2001 league cup, big queues outside and the home fans had to give up their seats
Spurs 89 Trevor Francis scored two but we lost , we had a good few there that day and took up 3 pens
Port vale lost 2-0 fat boy Griffiths
Coventry away bloody eion Jess


That Northampton one was dumb. Unreserved tickets and loads turned up on the night. I remember being walked round the pitch with my Dad while the game had already kicked off!
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 09:23 - May 18 with 1063 viewsngbqpr

Chesterfield Dec 2001.
First time there for 90% of those present I'd wager.
Dull first half, manic second.
They go one up from a pen, we then get 3 in 7 mins, they get one back, Big Dan sent off, we hold on for the last 10.
Filled both seats & terracing.
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 09:39 - May 18 with 1040 viewsPeterHucker

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 21:19 - May 17 by daveB

He did. Rowlands scored in the last minute after Kevin McCleod was sent off and Chris Day made an incredible save at 1-0


That's right. It was a great night.
We were upstairs behind the goal where Rowlands got the late winner.

Some other away trips I can particularly remember some great away support...

Blackpool away, Langley hat-trick ("we're not going home")

Everton, first away game back in the Premier League, Tommy Smith scored.

Spurs away, mid-90s. Sinclair scored and Sheringham equalised straight away. Then Sinclair got the winner right at the end. It was the last game of the season and we had nothing to play for but even so the away end went nuts.

Another last game of the season away at Pompey in the blazing sunshine. Gallen & Langley scored great goals, Gallen's last game of his 1st spell with us. Even Sammy Koejoe scored.

Plymouth away in the season we got to League 1 playoffs, 1-0 Richard Pacquette scored.

Walsall away in Gerry's 2nd spell with us, 2-0 down, we won 3-2 Kiwomya got the winner.

Grimsby away, Eric Sabin's only goal

Villa away League Cup, Damion Stewart header
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 11:51 - May 18 with 947 viewsM40R

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 20:12 - May 17 by DWQPR

The game against Fulham when we first went up and lost 6–0. The only R that left the ground early was Taarabt but the rest of us stayed and sung until the end and applauded the team off. Neil Warnock always referred to that match in terms of the support.

And who can forget the support given away at the Filth just after New Year 2013. Twenty minutes of “Ashley Cole, you’re John Terry’s bitch”. And walking back down the Kings Road afterwards. Rangers everywhere.


Yes, they are two that stick in my mind. I think it was because it was Fulham for the first time in years that we had to brave it out. Shame we couldn't keep it up for a few months later at Milton Keynes in the cup.

The support at the Chelsea one that night was immense with Adel's false 9 masterclass, especially as we had lost 6-1 the previous year.
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Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 12:29 - May 18 with 896 viewsEsox_Lucius

Best and most Solid away support at a regular game. on 14:09 - May 17 by PlanetHonneywood

Newcastle away October 1993.

1,800 Rfosi if memory serves. Whatever the number, we took a large and loud mob for a belting away day.


I went up on the LSA coaches with my brothers and I remember the police holding us for a while in the car park but once we did start home we were given a, possibly illegal high speed, motorcycle escort all the way to the A1 It was indeed a noisy away following that day.

The grass is always greener.

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