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On this day in history...27th January



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

Tue 27 Jan 2009
PL Aston Villa H 0-1
Att:19,073
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Sat 27 Jan 2007
FA4 Manchester Utd A 1-2
Kanu
Att: 71,137
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Sat 27 Jan 2001
Div 1 Grimsby Town A 1-2
Bradbury
Att:4,128
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Sat 27 Jan 1996
Div 1 Millwall A 1-1
Burton
Att:7,710
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Tue 27 Jan 1981
Div 3 Burnley A 3-1
Tait, Bryant, Hemmerman
Att:6,683
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Tue 27 Jan 1976
FA4R Charlton Athletic H 0-3
Att: 31,722
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Sun 27 Jan 1974
FA4 Leyton Orient H 0-0
Att: 32,838
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Sat 27 Jan 1973
Div 2 Sheffield Wednesday H 1-0
Jennings
Att:9,705
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Sat 27 Jan 1968
FA3 Peterborough Utd A 1-0
Hiron
Att: 16,907
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Sat 27 Jan 1962
Div 3 Coventry City H 3-2
Dodson 2, Gordon
Att:13,405
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Writer: pompeyrug/PompeyRama Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 27 2011

Time: 8:02AM

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Probably the last home game when a Heskey strike was enough to beat us. The Tony Adams era was slowly & painfully coming to an end.
storagematt
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27/01/2011 09:45:00

Time to count - Peterborough in 68, Wednesday in 73, Orient in 74, Charlton in 76 and Villa in 09. That makes five on all. The Orient and Charlton cup games have two things in common - both attrcted over 30,000 to the Park and in both games Pompey were c**p!! At least we beat Orient after two replays.
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