Most intimidating ground
As you admit,you were not actually inthe ground during the match,so you did not experience several hundred p-ssed up neathandials charging around the pitch in an attempt to have the match called off.Did you not have bricks hurled at you onthe way back to New Cross Gate after the match?So the Millwall lot started on the people sitting in the stands which was really brave of them.As I said I was locked out and not allowed back in and didn't see it. Sheff Utd, where every home fan seems to want a punch up if you make eye contact with them.Even after they'd thrashed us 3-0 back in 1991, I remember getting tw*tted by some random Blade after the game.And Tranmere wasn't a nice place to be after we beat them in the FA Cup up there in the 90s sometime.Got let out at same time as the home fans in to absolute chaos outside, lost my mates and spent the next hour avoiding injury, including a nutter with a baseball bat who wanted a 'chat' with me!
What chance have officials got in keeping 40,000 restless natives happy?
Sir Ian Mc Geechan Ellis Park, Johannesburg I don't like the word intimidating, I prefer "atmospheric", and with that criteria in mind the ground for me is Ellis Park, Johannesburg.
You are definitely taking on the crowd as well as the Springboks when you play there.
How many times do you follow your team, bold and brash all coloured up until you reach within a ¼ of a mile from the ground and the old zipper goes up on the coat?
You walk into a pub and suddenly your accent mysteriously changes?
I remember watching it afterwards on telly and all they did was attack the innocent season ticket holders who were left sitting in the stands and invaded the pitch.