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On this day in history...27th November



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

Thur 27 Nov 2008
UEFA 2:2 AC Milan H 2-2
Kaboul, Kanu
Att: 20,403 Click here for match details

Sat 27 Nov 2004
PL Bolton A 1-0
De Zeeuw
Att:25,008
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Sat 27 Nov 1999
Div 1 Bolton H 0-0
Att:10,431
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Sat 27 Nov 1993
Div 1 West Bromwich Albion A 1-4
McLoughlin
Att:13,867
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Sat 27 Nov 1982 Div 2
Doncaster Rovers H 2-1
Aizlewood p, Webb
Att:9,474
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Sat 27 Nov 1976
Div 3 Grimsby Town A 0-1
Att:3,836
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Sat 27 Nov 1971
Div 2 Luton Town A 2-3
Reynolds 2
Att:9,910
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Sat 27 Nov 1965
Div 2 Wolves A 2-8
Hiron, 1og
Att:17,199
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Sat 27 Nov 1954
Div 1 Chelsea A 1-4
Henderson
Att:40,358
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Sat 27 Nov 1948
Div 1 Arsenal H 4-1
Froggatt, Barlow, Phillips, Clarke
Att:42,500
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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...

27/11/1981: Matthew Taylor
27/11/1966: Mark Kelly
27/11/1931: Rodney Henwood

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Writer: pompeyrug/PompeyRama Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 27 2011

Time: 9:12AM

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The last 2 home games for me. Bolton 0-0 in 1999 & another boring draw against some Italian small town outfit a few years ago. Happy birthday to Matt Taylor, a great player for us, just a shame we sold him before we won the FA Cup. I'm sure we still would have won it with him.
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27/11/2011 12:11:00

What a strange date this is - yes the Milan game but add to that the Golden anniversary win over Arsenal in 1948 the game that started the run to the league title with Monty there as well. On the obverse there was the 8-2 thrashing at Moilneux wasn't there but remember it only too well - John Milkins still has nightmares about that I gather. Milan and Donny Rovers for me.
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