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On this day in history...13th September

On this day in history...13th September



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

Sat 13 Sep 2008
PL Middlesbrough H 2-1 Defoe 2
Att:19,425
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Sat 13 Sep 2003
PL Arsenal A 1-1
Sheringham
Att:38,052
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Sat 13 Sep 1997
Div 1 Crewe Alexandra H 2-3
Aloisi 2
Att:9,505
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Sat 13 Sep 1986
Div 2 Blackburn Rovers H 1-0
Kennedy Att:8,773
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Tue 13 Sep 1983
FLC1:2 Hereford Utd H 3-1
Biley, Webb, Dillon p
Att: 8,363
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Sat 13 Sep 1980
Div 3 Walsall A 0-2
Att:5,738
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Tue 13 Sep 1977
Div 3 Colchester Utd H 0-0
Att:11,757
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Sat 13 Sep 1975
Div 2 Carlisle Utd A 1-2
McGuinness
Att:7,316
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Sat 13 Sep 1969
Div 2 Queens Park Rangers H 1-3
Hiron
Att:21,969
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Fri 13 Sep 1968
Div 2 Bury H 1-2
McCann
Att:18,317
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Wed 13 Sep 1967
FLC2 Port Vale H 3-1
McCann 2, Jennings
Att: 16,960
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Tue 13 Sep 1966
FLC2 Swindon Town A 1-4
Kellard
Att: 7,784
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Wed 13 Sep 1961
FLC1 Barrow A 2-0 Middleton, Chapman
Att: 3,630
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Sat 13 Sep 1958
Div 1 Blackpool A 1-1
Harris P
Att:26,035
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Sat 13 Sep 1952
Div 1 Liverpool A 1-1
Gordon
Att:49,771
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Sat 13 Sep 1947
Div 1 Liverpool H 1-0
Reid
Att:33,000
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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...

13/9/1967: Warren Aspinall

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Writer:pompeyrug/PompeyRama
Date:Tuesday September 13 2011
Time: 8:44AM

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Lots of memeories here. Home to Blackburn in 1986, a bit of a grudge match in those days, the wonderful Mick Kennedy with the winner. The horrow show of losing at home to Crewe in 1997, time to wake & smell the coffee, we were in a bad way. The win over Boro in 2008, FA Cup Winners, European games round the corner, oh what a life, what could go wrong!!! Thouigh the game I wasn't at was the 2003 match at the mighty Arsenal. Our first huge game in the prem. We cheekily take the lead with Teddy's header, Shaka keeps us in the game & Pires takes a dive & wins a penalty. Of course Arsenal went on to win the league & remain unbeaten, oh what might have been!!!
storagematt
13/09/2011 12:31:00
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Lots of memeories here. Home to Blackburn in 1986, a bit of a grudge match in those days, the wonderful Mick Kennedy with the winner. The horrow show of losing at home to Crewe in 1997, time to wake & smell the coffee, we were in a bad way. The win over Boro in 2008, FA Cup Winners, European games round the corner, oh what a life, what could go wrong!!! Thouigh the game I wasn't at was the 2003 match at the mighty Arsenal. Our first huge game in the prem. We cheekily take the lead with Teddy's header, Shaka keeps us in the game & Pires takes a dive & wins a penalty. Of course Arsenal went on to win the league & remain unbeaten, oh what might have been!!!
storagematt
13/09/2011 12:31:00
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Port Vale, Bury, QPR, Colchester, Hereford, Blackburn and Boro. But the game I remember most I was not at - Arsenal in 03. We took the lead through Teddy and the Pires dive. At Matt says what if? Of course we also took the lead in the return at FP the only team to do that against the Invincibles that season - lead both games.

Did not read's Matt bit until almost complete but how strange.
eastneydave
13/09/2011 13:39:00
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Port Vale, Bury, QPR, Colchester, Hereford, Blackburn and Boro. But the game I remember most I was not at - Arsenal in 03. We took the lead through Teddy and the Pires dive. At Matt says what if? Of course we also took the lead in the return at FP the only team to do that against the Invincibles that season - lead both games.

Did not read's Matt bit until almost complete but how strange.
eastneydave
13/09/2011 13:39:00
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