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Good memory of the shed - running down to pick up coins which had missed their corner taking target and fell short of the fence.

 

Bad memory of the shed - getting skelped on the back of the head with a coin because there was another corner after I ran down.

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3 hours ago, GinRummy said:

Good memory of the shed - running down to pick up coins which had missed their corner taking target and fell short of the fence.

 

Bad memory of the shed - getting skelped on the back of the head with a coin because there was another corner after I ran down.

 

:rofl:

 

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5 hours ago, GinRummy said:

Good memory of the shed - running down to pick up coins which had missed their corner taking target and fell short of the fence.

 

Bad memory of the shed - getting skelped on the back of the head with a coin because there was another corner after I ran down.

I bet the young you, (I'm assuming you were young :D ), didn't go down in a Lennonesque fashion.

 

I'd rather have been hit by a coin than the pie that hit me one time, when Davie Cooper went to take a corner.

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4 minutes ago, Lemongrab said:

I bet the young you, (I'm assuming you were young :D ), didn't go down in a Lennonesque fashion.

 

I'd rather have been hit by a coin than the pie that hit me one time, when Davie Cooper went to take a corner.

Aye quite young, mid 40’s or so. Only kidding I was about 12 I’d think. I don’t think I went down like Lennon but then again it hit me square on the head. A glancing skiff on your jacket like Lennon got must’ve smarted a bit. 
 

😀 never been hit by a pie (yet).

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On 06/12/2015 at 07:38, 1953 said:

Don't remember any of that except when Rangers and Celtic came through they took over the centre line area and we were pushed into the corner. I also remember going to Stirling Albion in the 70's and we did the same to them, albeit on a smaller scale.

I remember in the 60's when both Glasgow teams came through there was always bother at the half way line when we changed ends, but never saw much stuff inside the ground .  Outside was different however 

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I remember getting showered with broken green glass when a bottle of pomagne was thrown from somewhere just in front of the refreshments and smashed against a pillar right above my head at the game against Dundee in the First Division 77/78 season. Lost a shoe a couple of years later in about the same location when Frank Liddell scored in the last minute to win the league - good times 🙂

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I remember stood in the shed, towards the front, and a line of kids walked along the bottom 2 steps. Pringles and staypress. The entire shed ripped the shit out of them. 

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1 minute ago, A Shoreditch Heart said:

I remember getting showered with broken green glass when a bottle of pomagne was thrown from somewhere just in front of the refreshments and smashed against a pillar right above my head at the game against Dundee in the First Division 77/78 season. Lost a shoe a couple of years later in about the same location when Frank Liddell scored in the last minute to win the league - good times 🙂

I remember painting hearts colours onto hard hats, just so you could stand in the shed without worrying about darts and golf balls 

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Dirkdiggler77

Afternoon- I am new on here so i can't create a post myself but this topic may be relevant enough to ask

 

About Hearts support- I read a lot that you have the best support in Scotland and i have seen the video's ect to back it up

 

But i wonder where does the support come from? because from what i understand and read about Edinburgh is that it is very Affluent and also the kind of city that is so multi national that you struggle to find many people who are actually Born and bred Edinbronian (is that a word)

 

so it's quite an anomaly it seems to have such a loyal passionate fanbase

 

Anyone care to enlighten me?

 

Thanks

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On 06/12/2015 at 13:56, Deodato said:

Putting the video up here. 

 

 

What was the foul for , for first goal, nothing changes eh, was there was 12 went with my Dad and Uncle and cousin, he got punched by a couple of them , can't remember what happened, missed the coach home and had to get a taxi, we got in for nothing as they had to open the gates in the Celtic end as it was heaving with people pushing.

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46 minutes ago, TypoonJambo said:

I remember painting hearts colours onto hard hats, just so you could stand in the shed without worrying about darts and golf balls 

ha, yeah I remember those - there were a quite a few of 'builders white hats' with the crest in the shed late '70's and early eighties 

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1 hour ago, garybwick said:

Always at the corner of the shed, seemed to be where all the crazy ones were.

Under the Refreshments stall was pretty bad too.

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1 hour ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

Afternoon- I am new on here so i can't create a post myself but this topic may be relevant enough to ask

 

About Hearts support- I read a lot that you have the best support in Scotland and i have seen the video's ect to back it up

 

But i wonder where does the support come from? because from what i understand and read about Edinburgh is that it is very Affluent and also the kind of city that is so multi national that you struggle to find many people who are actually Born and bred Edinbronian (is that a word)

 

so it's quite an anomaly it seems to have such a loyal passionate fanbase

 

Anyone care to enlighten me?

 

Thanks

Tell me Dirk, from where do you hail? 

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2 minutes ago, TypoonJambo said:

Tell me Dirk, from where do you hail? 

 

Bristol England

 

I'm sorry for being nosey but i am interested in fan bases

 

I really like weird ones that don't make sense like say Burnley where they have only 80000 people but 20 odd thousand season ticket holders

 

But Middle Class areas like say Fulham while they might get numbers it's not what you would call a hardcore support

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16 minutes ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

 

Bristol England

 

I'm sorry for being nosey but i am interested in fan bases

 

I really like weird ones that don't make sense like say Burnley where they have only 80000 people but 20 odd thousand season ticket holders

 

But Middle Class areas like say Fulham while they might get numbers it's not what you would call a hardcore support

Well, believe me, Dirk, Edinburgh fans come from all social classes. The lads from Niddrie, Drylaw and Muirhouse would disagree with the "Affluent" classification. 

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4 minutes ago, TypoonJambo said:

Well, believe me, Dirk, Edinburgh fans come from all social classes. The lads from Niddrie, Drylaw and Muirhouse would disagree with the "Affluent" classification. 

 

I am not making a judgement i am only going by what i have read

 

And it does make sense given that Edinburgh is one of Europe's most grand city's looks wise the elite schools and such

 

I don't doubt there are rough pockets but generally speaking it is usually hard up working class scoundrels who are known for having a boisterous Fan base

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19 minutes ago, TypoonJambo said:

Can't believe i bit😭

 

Do you think i am on a wind up?

 

Edinburgh is posh is it not? widely regarded so in fact

 

All i am saying is it's rather impressive that such a place produces such a support, its rare

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7 minutes ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

 

Do you think i am on a wind up?

 

Edinburgh is posh is it not? widely regarded so in fact

 

All i am saying is it's rather impressive that such a place produces such a support, its rare

Yes very posh here , I was just saying to my friends Findlay and Crawford on the way back to Niddrie how wonderful it is to have a well behaved and understanding support 

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2 hours ago, garybwick said:

What was the foul for , for first goal, nothing changes eh, was there was 12 went with my Dad and Uncle and cousin, he got punched by a couple of them , can't remember what happened, missed the coach home and had to get a taxi, we got in for nothing as they had to open the gates in the Celtic end as it was heaving with people pushing.

 

Ma erse hadn't even made contact with the seat before that first one went in.

 

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2 hours ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

Afternoon- I am new on here so i can't create a post myself but this topic may be relevant enough to ask

 

About Hearts support- I read a lot that you have the best support in Scotland and i have seen the video's ect to back it up

 

But i wonder where does the support come from? because from what i understand and read about Edinburgh is that it is very Affluent and also the kind of city that is so multi national that you struggle to find many people who are actually Born and bred Edinbronian (is that a word)

 

so it's quite an anomaly it seems to have such a loyal passionate fanbase

 

Anyone care to enlighten me?

 

Thanks

 

Hearts support comes from as you say "affluent" Edinburgh but also the mining communities of Lothian and Fife.

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2 minutes ago, Seaside jambo said:

Yes very posh here , I was just saying to my friends Findlay and Crawford on the way back to Niddrie how wonderful it is to have a well behaved and understanding support 

Yep, farguar and i were just promulgating over the very same point. Do we get smashed in the Gunner or carry on our travels into the back waters  of the area of the Norhet. Perchance there we could meet the leser backed drunken pisedoothisheedoannarcotics type local before bending a sharp right into Cramond. 

Away and write yer thesis somewhere else. We've got life to deal with. 

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2 minutes ago, TypoonJambo said:

Yep, farguar and i were just promulgating over the very same point. Do we get smashed in the Gunner or carry on our travels into the back waters  of the area of the Norhet. Perchance there we could meet the leser backed drunken pisedoothisheedoannarcotics type local before bending a sharp right into Cramond. 

Away and write yer thesis somewhere else. We've got life to deal with. 

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7 minutes ago, J.T.F.Robertson said:

 

Ma erse hadn't even made contact with the seat before that first one went in.

 

yeah, was there too and have watched 'the highlights' a few times on you tube since. Just looked at the footage again on here for the first time in years and never noticed the 'foul'.  Eh what - the foul in the first 20 seconds - what an absolutely bleedin' shocking decision - aaaargh!

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1 minute ago, been here before said:

Im that posh Ive been known to remove the dishes from the sink before having a pish.

 

Thats just showing off!

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1 minute ago, been here before said:

Im that posh Ive been known to remove the dishes from the sink before having a pish.

Class, i dreamt of meeting a burd that classy. You fron Celermiston? 

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9 minutes ago, been here before said:

Im that posh Ive been known to remove the dishes from the sink before having a pish.

Known as night heads in the Navy. Nice one 😂

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1 hour ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

 

Bristol England

 

I'm sorry for being nosey but i am interested in fan bases

 

I really like weird ones that don't make sense like say Burnley where they have only 80000 people but 20 odd thousand season ticket holders

 

But Middle Class areas like say Fulham while they might get numbers it's not what you would call a hardcore support

:gok:

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Edinburgh 

 

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Glasgow

 

Why are you trying to pretend that you are just an average town?

Are you embarrassed that you have it better than everybody else and playing it down

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1 minute ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

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Edinburgh 

 

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Glasgow

 

Why are you trying to pretend that you are just an average town?

Are you embarrassed that you have it better than everybody else and it's not as cool or what

Edinburgh is nicer than Glasgow. I don’t think that point ever needs to be made but I’ve no idea what you’re banging on about. You’re genuinely surprised that people support hearts because Edinburgh’s a nice place?

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34 minutes ago, TypoonJambo said:

Class, i dreamt of meeting a burd that classy. You fron Celermiston? 

 

My butler is from Clermiston.

 

Im from Bristol.

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Dirkdiggler77
1 minute ago, GinRummy said:

Edinburgh is nicer than Glasgow. I don’t think that point ever needs to be made but I’ve no idea what you’re banging on about. You’re genuinely surprised that people support hearts because Edinburgh’s a nice place?

 

Yeah kind of

Usually the big loud fanatical support bases of the world are poor working class cities

Naples, Buenos Aries, Newcastle, Liverpool, Seville, Marseille

 

I am not saying Hearts are in their league but it did strike me as a bit unusual that's all

 

Like i said i'm just curious i am not trying to wind people up i know people get touchy over their Cities but it's just and honest question from an observation 

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Don’t think we are trying to pretend anything. Like many cities we have affluent areas and not so affluent ones . What we do have that no one else has , is Heart of Midlothian football club , a club with a history like no other, the best supporters in the land . please don’t take offence by my reply 

ALWAYS HEARTS ONLY HEARTS 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

 

Yeah kind of

Usually the big loud fanatical support bases of the world are poor working class cities

Naples, Buenos Aries, Newcastle, Liverpool, Seville, Marseille

 

I am not saying Hearts are in their league but it did strike me as a bit unusual that's all

 

Like i said i'm just curious i am not trying to wind people up i know people get touchy over their Cities but it's just and honest question from an observation 

Edinburgh is like a lot of other cities. With a population of 500,000 plus lots of outlying regions before you reach another city, the fan base of hearts is from a vast and very diverse group of people. London is a very rich city but it doesn’t mean Chelsea struggle for fans. 

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Dirkdiggler77

See this is why i ask these random things, they are good

 

Next time i am out and about and someone say's to me 'Ah Edinburgh,Full of pretentious rich *****' 

 

I can say no they aren't actually 

 

And it's purely because of the Football that singled them out for me to want to even ask the question

 

 

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4 minutes ago, GinRummy said:

Edinburgh is like a lot of other cities. With a population of 500,000 plus lots of outlying regions before you reach another city, the fan base of hearts is from a vast and very diverse group of people. London is a very rich city but it doesn’t mean Chelsea struggle for fans. 

Yes but how many are from the Heart of Hearts and how many from the fringes

 

Fringes don't count

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I’ve mentioned this before but it still riles me to this day, therefore you are getting this reminder of the scum , imagine the scene ,thin blue line between us and the shist then known as rangers   As a 15 year old , wearing my scarf covered with every badge in our history that was possible to have ,the SHED,was our haven, standing ,chanting and very very proud ,one of these little beauties thought it was time to see what between the nice young policemen’s feet, the copper nearest actually saw this and nodded for me to go pick it up , not such a good idea in hindsight, the boots came flying through the coppers legs , blood everywhere, the first tooth I lost in anger👍👍👍👍👍     🤮

never lost the love for the SHED ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.    ❤️

 

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9 minutes ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

Yes but how many are from the Heart of Hearts and how many from the fringes

 

Fringes don't count

At the average game there are about 4000 from Edinburgh city centre, 1000 from Clermiston, 1000 from wester hailes, 1000 from Niddrie, 1000 from south queensferry, 1000 from balerno/Currie, 1000 from West Lothian, 1000 from East Lothian, 1000 from Fife, 1000 from Midlothian, 1000 from oxgangs, 1000 from longstone, 1000 from leith and the rest are made up of Chinese tourists and rangers fans out to cause trouble and bring hearts a bad name. 

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Just now, GinRummy said:

At the average game there are about 4000 from Edinburgh city centre, 1000 from Clermiston, 1000 from wester hailes, 1000 from Niddrie, 1000 from south queensferry, 1000 from balerno/Currie, 1000 from West Lothian, 1000 from East Lothian, 1000 from West Lothian, 1000 from Midlothian, 1000 from oxgangs, 1000 from longstone, 1000 from leith and the rest are made up of Chinese tourists and rangers fans out to cause trouble and bring hearts a bad name. 

A few fi portobello 

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29 minutes ago, been here before said:

 

My butler is from Clermiston.

 

Im from Bristol.

😂😂

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Weakened Offender

I remember Hearts fans scrapping with each other, mainly Livi v Saville Travel v The Shed. The support was very territorial in the first division days and wee flare ups were common. 

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41 minutes ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

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Edinburgh 

 

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Glasgow

 

Why are you trying to pretend that you are just an average town?

Are you embarrassed that you have it better than everybody else and playing it down

we're from the capital.....................................

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13 minutes ago, GinRummy said:

At the average game there are about 4000 from Edinburgh city centre, 1000 from Clermiston, 1000 from wester hailes, 1000 from Niddrie, 1000 from south queensferry, 1000 from balerno/Currie, 1000 from West Lothian, 1000 from East Lothian, 1000 from Fife, 1000 from Midlothian, 1000 from oxgangs, 1000 from longstone, 1000 from leith and the rest are made up of Chinese tourists and rangers fans out to cause trouble and bring hearts a bad name. 

I do hope that Cleri figure doesn't include Drummies.

A totally separate breed! 

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1 minute ago, Willie Hamilton genius said:

I do hope that Cleri figure doesn't include Drummies.

A totally separate breed! 

For statistical purposes I’ve had to lump them in with the fifers. Not an exact science this.  

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Willie Hamilton genius
Just now, GinRummy said:

For statistical purposes I’ve had to lump them in with the fifers. Not an exact science this.  

How dare you!

🙃

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