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On this day in history...3rd April

On this day in history...3rd April



A look back at this day in history, and what was happening with Pompey courtesy of our sister site PompeyRama.

Sun 3 Apr 2005
PL Fulham A 1-3
Lua Lua
Att:20,502
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Sat 3 Apr 1999
Div 1 Wolves A 0-2
Att:23,262
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Sat 3 Apr 1993
Div 1 Millwall A 1-1
Chamberlain
Att:12,921
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Sat 3 Apr 1982
Div 3 Carlisle Utd A 0-2
Att:3,919
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Tue 3 Apr 1979
Div 4 Scunthorpe Utd A 2-2
Garwood 2
Att:1,535
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Mon 3 Apr 1972
Div 2 Watford H 2-2
Hiron, Wilson
Att:7,909
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Sat 3 Apr 1971
Div 2 Millwall H 0-2
Att:9,668
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Sat 3 Apr 1965
Div 2 Bolton H 3-0
McClelland 2, Portwood
Att:11,214
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Mon 3 Apr 1961
Div 2 Sheffield Utd H 1-2
Saunders
Att:21,987
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Sat 3 Apr 1954
Div 1 Preston NE A 0-4
Att:17,000
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Sat 3 Apr 1953
Div 1 Wolves H 2-2
Froggatt, Harris
Att:39,770
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Sat 3 Apr 1948
Div 1 Wolves H 2-0
Froggatt 2
Att:29,000
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Writer:pompeyrug/PompeyRama
Date:Saturday April 3 2010
Time: 8:00AM

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I was at the last three home games - 65, 71 and 72!! A lot of Wolves games on this date.
eastneydave
03/04/2010 09:25:00
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All the homes games were before my time but I did go to Cold Blow Lane for our away game with Millwall in '93. Yes it was as scary as it gets but got in & out safely, if only just. We should have won it. We missed plenty of chances. Chambo scored a blinding long range effort. From memory we were third & they were 6th or 7th.
storagematt
03/04/2010 19:56:00
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