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On this day in history...26th March

On this day in history...26th March



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

Sat 26 Mar 1994
Div 1 Nottm Forest H 2-1
Creaney, Hall
Att:12,578
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Sat 26 Mar 1988
Div 1 Queens Park Rangers H 0-1
Att:13,041
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Sat 26 Mar 1983
Div 2 Bristol Rovers H 1-0
Tait
Att:17,828
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Sat 26 Mar 1977
Div 3 Northampton Town H 2-1
Gilchrist, Kemp
Att:9,195
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Tue 26 Mar 1974
Div 2 Nottm Forest A 0-2
Att:14,040
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Sat 26 Mar 1960
Div 2 Bristol City H 2-0
Harris H, Chapman
Att:15,697
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Sat 26 Mar 1955
Div 1 Everton A 3-2
Gordon, Harris, Henderson
Att:30,087
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Mon 26 Mar 1951
Div 1 Arsenal H 1-1 Mundy
Att:38,189
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Sat 26 Mar 1949
FASF Leicester City A 1-3
Harris
Att: 62,000
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Fri 26 Mar 1948
Div 1 Preston NE H 1-0
Reid
Att:34,913
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Another feature, again courtesy of our sister site PompeyRama, sees us look at those Pompey personalities - past or present - who have a birthday on this day...

26/3/1921: Ted Platt

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Writer:pompeyrug/PompeyRama
Date:Saturday March 26 2011
Time: 8:18AM

Comments

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Cobblers, Brissel Rovers and the R - just the three. 1949 the day our hopes of winning the double were dashed by second division strugglers Leicester who were led by a then unknown Don Revie!!
eastneydave
26/03/2011 11:05:00
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What can I say Mick Tait my main man
MickTait
26/03/2011 11:26:00
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The last 2 home games in 1988 & 1994, very much in my youth. As Dave said & well before my time. the chance to become the the first team to win the double after the war, blown by a lowly Div 2 side Leicester. We have a habit of losing to them when it really matters.
storagematt
26/03/2011 22:12:00
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