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On this day in history...2nd September

On this day in history...2nd September



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

Sun 2 Sep 2007
2007 PL Arsenal A 1-3
Kanu
Att: 60,114
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Sat 2 Sep 2000
2000 Div 1 Preston NE A 0-1
Att: 13,343
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Tue 2 Sep 1997
1997 Div 1 Norwich City H 1-1
Turner
Att: 10,577
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Sat 2 Sep 1995
1995 Div 1 Millwall H 0-1
Att: 8,023
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Sat 2 Sep 1989
1989 Div 2 Bradford City A 1-1
Fillery
Att: 8,425
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Tue 2 Sep 1986
1986 Div 2 Hull City A 2-0
Quinn 2
Att: 7,706
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Wed 2 Sep 1981
1981 FLC1:1 Southend Utd A 0-0
Att: 4,087
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Tue 2 Sep 1980
1980 FLC2:2 Oldham Athletic H 1-0
Laidlaw
Att: 18,548
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Sat 2 Sep 1978
1978 Div 4 Crewe Alexandra H 3-0
Hemmerman 3
Att: 7,429
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Sat 2 Sep 1972
1972 Div 2 Burnley H 0-2
Att: 11,701
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Wed 2 Sep 1970
1970 Div 2 Leyton Orient H 1-1
Hiron
Att: 15,218
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Sat 2 Sep 1967
1967 Div 2 Cardiff City H 3-1
Smith, Pointer, Jennings
Att: 17,308
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Sat 2 Sep 1961
1961 Div 3 Queens Park Rangers A 1-0
Saunders
Att: 12,856
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Wed 2 Sep 1959
1959 Div 2 Lincoln City H 1-2
Saunders
Att: 18,827
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Wed 2 Sep 1953
1953 Div 1 Chelsea H 3-2
Harris 2, Gordon
Att: 29,571
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Sat 2 Sep 1950
1950 Div 1 Newcastle Utd H 0-0
Att: 43,244
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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...

2/9/1971: Mickey Ross

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Writer:pompeyrug/PompeyRama
Date:Friday September 2 2011
Time: 8:10AM

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Cardiff, Leyton Orient, Burnley, Crewe and Oldham. Two facts on crowds for that day.
1. The Cardiff gate of 17,308 was the lowest of the season!! Largest was 35,038!
2. The Oldham crowd was large for a league cup game because we had started the season so well and Oldham were from the League above. The tie was won on away goals and the Cup run went on eventually ending at Anfield on a very famous night.

All that an a Hemmerman hat-trick, too much for this old man to cope with.
eastneydave
02/09/2011 13:35:00
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Cardiff, Leyton Orient, Burnley, Crewe and Oldham. Two facts on crowds for that day.
1. The Cardiff gate of 17,308 was the lowest of the season!! Largest was 35,038!
2. The Oldham crowd was large for a league cup game because we had started the season so well and Oldham were from the League above. The tie was won on away goals and the Cup run went on eventually ending at Anfield on a very famous night.

All that an a Hemmerman hat-trick, too much for this old man to cope with.
eastneydave
02/09/2011 13:35:00
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