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Wolves V Aldershot 1986 – 87 4th Division Play-off Final: A [22/5/87] H [25/5/87]

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  1. Vietnam Wolf

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    The story of the 1986 / 87 Play-off Final cannot be told without putting the entire season in context… Probably the most memorable and eventful season any of us will ever go through?

    In June 1986, having suffered three successive relegations, the dogs of doom were howling through the carcass of Molineux. Only two sides of the stadium were open at that time: The South Bank and the ‘John Ireland’ Stand [now Steve Bull].

    A gentleman named Sammy Chapman guided us through the ignominy of being relegated from the 3rd Division the previous season. Having no funds he was playing the likes of his two sons, Cavan and Campbell, amongst other people who had no business to be wearing the old gold shirt. A 1-1 draw at Molineux against Bury in March 1986 was watched by only 2,205 people [I was certainly not there]. The only positive memories of that appalling prior season were a number of goals from Andy King, and a certain Andrew Mutch joining towards the end of the season [saving us from 24th place by scoring in the final 3 games]. Chapman duly resigned.

    But if we thought that was bad: things were to get much, much, worse. After a disappointing World Cup [our only solace in those grim days] - losing to Maradona's 'Hand of God' in the quarter finals; Wolves fans finally received the news we had been dreading. Wolverhampton Wanderers is being wound up. I shed so many tears that day. I was living in London and away from the rumour mill and took the news literally ... FFS I thought it was the end. A High Court appeal was made in early July 1986 and we had to endure three nail-biting weeks before successfully winning the appeal. A few days later a rescue package was put together by Wolverhampton Council and Asda, to give us enough funds and wherewithal [under a new company Wolverhampton Wanderers 1986 Ltd.] to allow us to be admitted into the 4th Division for 1986 / 1987.

    Brian Little stepped into the breach as caretaker manager with the makeshift bunch of players we had and, to be honest, did an excellent job in the first 10 games, getting 5 wins. I remember being so satisfied after the horror of the previous three years. This [start] included a 2-1 win at the Recreation Ground [Aldershot] in the second fixture of the season. However Little was sacked, in mid October, in favour of Graham Turner; Turner himself having been recently sacked by Aston Villa after taking them down to the second tier at the end of the previous season. At the time I remember being slightly disappointed with Little's sacking, thinking the decision was a poor, and unfair, one.

    Two events then proved pivotal, not only to the season but to the very fabric of the club. In mid November 1986 we played two FA Cup games against Chorley … a side languishing in the depths of non League. Both games ended 1-1. On 21st November Turner made two signings from West Bromwich Albion: Andy Thompson and Stephen Bull. On 24th November we lost 3-0 to Chorley and we became the derogatory headline on the back pages of every National tabloid. This was our nadir.

    Everyone knows the impact Bully made; but I remember the turning point as being in an away game against Burnley on Valentines day, which we won 5-2 I think coming back from behind? [I wasn’t at that game, being newly-wed at the time]. We lost only two games after that [Orient away, and more pointedly Southend away] and won 11 out of the last 12 games. The atmosphere at those away games was immense. We would completely take over the towns we played in. I clearly remember the lunchtime KO at Exeter [3-1] where the whole City was full of Wolves fans singing that song: “Where the Hell are you from? we're from Wol-ver-hamp-erton!”. It was the same in places like Halifax and Peterbrough. But the Friday night defeat at Southend, near the season end, would prove our undoing.

    Despite our fantastic run-in to the end of the season we finished just one point behind those same Shrimpers [Southend] and were consigned to contest in the first playoff lottery in the modern era [prior to 1987 the top four teams in the 4th Div were automatically promoted, and we had finished fourth].

    We started well in the Play-off Semis beating Colchester in a night game away and then drawing at home; enough to get us into the two-legged Play-off Final against Aldershot FC. The same Aldershot that we had beaten 2-1 away and 3-0 at home.

    So on to that Friday night 1st Leg game away at Aldershot on 22 May 1987 …. I’d been thinking of nothing else all week and got to the ground two hours early. I remember standing on the empty terrace with the railway line behind watching the Aldershot fans gathering. It had been raining onto the soggy pitch all afternoon, and I remember fearing how that could be a ‘leveller’ [I was ultimately proven right]. Suddenly I heard the familiar chanting outside the ground, and the terrace started filling up from the back with old gold. Although there were only 5,000 in the ground the atmosphere was huge. After the fantastic end to the year I was so sure we’d score a hatful leaving just a routine celebration at Molineux the following Monday. Tommy Langley was playing for Aldershot, the same Langley who’d played for us a couple of years previously. I can’t remember if he scored. There was also a Bobby Barnes in their side who played on the wing. But this night wasn't to have a happy ending and we lost 2-0. Aldershot is a small family type club and there were sadly some scenes of violence outside the ground which I am still ashamed to have been associated with [not that I participated].

    To be honest I was a little worried, but still confident of a Bully Hat-Trick, in the Bank Holiday Monday 2nd Leg game at Molineux in a lunchtime KO on 25 May 1987. The two remaining stands were packed out and I was in my normal position to the left of the goal half way up the [real] South Bank. A huge attendance of just under 20,000 – good days were back only 10 months after the winding up order. The expectation was enormous. The atmosphere was electric - but maybe that was our undoing? We lost again. Bobby Barnes scored. I must have stayed on the terrace for an hour after the game unable to conceive what we had been through in that turbulent, but highly rewarding, 10 month period. I was moved on by some stewards. We’d lost to a team we’d beaten twice and finished nine points ahead of*. The first of many play-off disasters.

    But the seeds were sown for recovery. And I think that season is the best and most satisfying time I’ve had as a supporter … from despair to elation in 10 months. And to remind us we’re Wolves fans – a sting in the tail …..

    But, of course, that takes us to the away game at Scarborough on the first day of the following season …… another day to remember [though a 1-1 scoreline] …. a tea-urn, amongst other kitchenware, on the pitch; a poor guy falling through the roof; baying Leeds fans to the right. Myself and my missus in the middle of the Scarborough terrace in a picture on the front page of Monday's Express & Star [with 1,000 or so other fans] under the caption 'ANIMALS' [or similar] .... but I'll leave that glorious season of 'milk & honey' for someone else to tell ....


    *Incidentally the irony was that Aldershot FC themselves were wound up two or three years later and sadly no-one was there to rescue them. Like AFC Wimbledon have done recently, they rebuilt from nothing and the side currently in the 2nd Division, Aldershot Town FC, is a new entity which has fought its way up through the non league pyramid..
     
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  2. Saltyjim

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    My memory might be playing tricks with me, but I think the day of the play-off match at Aldershot was pretty dry. Fairly certain that Aldershot had watered the pitch to try and cause us problems and it certainly worked because their first goal was a long shot that skidded off the rain soaked turf.
    Next time we played them at their place a couple of years later was memorable for other, sadder reasons.
    Anyone got any memories of that day?
     
  3. Vietnam Wolf

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    Yes - it was the day of Hillsborough. I remember it well because the London Wolves had a meet with the players after the game and it was a very subdued affair which finished very quicly. I still have a picture of myself with Bully from that day and both of us look shocked in the picture.

    Re the rain in 1987 - yes it had cleared up by the evening; but believe me it had been raining all afternoon which made the watering of the pitch even more outrageous !!!
     
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    Quality story. My first game was the 86/87 season, at home to Cardiff. Pretty sure we lost one nil?? Only thing I really remember from the game was our goalie, can't remember if it was Barrett or bartram, kicked the ball right out if the ground from a goal kick. The next few years were magical.
     
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    Can I thank you Vietnam for the fantastic post - I well remember the 2-sided Molineux but I don't claim to have been 1 of the 2,025 at that Bury game - though I expect many on here say they were there! I well remember the replay day - I was in the RAF working in the Careers Office in Victoria Street and I had was down to do a Careers Fair in Walsall (in a park IIRC?). I couldn't get anyone to swap this duty so I spent the afternoon picking up score flashes as and when I could. One of a long line of massive disappointments in my life time supporting Wolves!
     
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    Cheers for the post. This, and ironically the season before, bring back so many memories. Lincoln away when we were relegated from the 3rd, when there was just a few of us watching in misery, to Scarborough which would deserve a story all of its own.
     
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    I think the day out at Scarboro would definitely make a cracking story. In my case me and the missus travelled up with the London Wolves on the train, so I can only tell a rather bland version of the story [we were in and out of Scarborough an hour before and after the match].

    But I'm sure some of the guys that went up for the full weekend's entertainment have a story-or-two to tell. There must be some of those guys on the 'Mix'.
     
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  8. We were at Aldershot on the day of Hillsborough but it was April 1989.
     
  9. Vietnam Wolf

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    See original question from Salty Jim - he was asking about the next time we played Aldershot which was, as you rightly say, two years later.
     
  10. Black Suit

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    The big puddles on the pitch playeda part in the goals too. Cheating gits! :D

    I was travelling down the M1 with the usual lads and we stopped off at Watforrd Gap Services, and on R5 there was an announcement that the game was in question! The Aldershot people apparently had watered the pitch and then it had rained......(or so we were told later).

    Did anyone see the ruck outside the chip shop afterwards, when those soldier types dragged a lad out of the back of a Transit? Shocker.
     
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    The oddest thing about the Scarborough game which I recall was a bunch of people in our end with Villa tattoos.
     
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    I remember at the time thinking that Brian Little was unlucky to be sacked, but Graham Turner went on to do some great things for us. I live in Fleet which is near Aldershot, so losing to them in those play off was a complete nightmare for me! Still, I am pleased to see the new Aldershot stabilising themselves in League 2.
     
  14. :congrats: great post. That was an unbelievable season, to fight back from the depth's of despair in the summer, managing to field 11 players for the 1st game against Cambridge and then nearly finishing the season with a bit of glory. I still go to the games with the lad who drove us to down to Aldershot and sometimes meet up with a lad from Wednesfield who came with us and we're still talking about THAT game.
     
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    Blimey I went to all those games mentioned by Vietnam and was also in London Wolves at the same time. Used to go to games in my CF Bedford crew bus or with London Wolves on the train.

    Aldershot Away Play Offs. It poured cats & dogs before KO. My cousin drove all the way from Wolverhampton (and back) on his Vespa P125 for the game he was soaked through when he arrived. One of their goals was a big hoof up and instead of bouncing it stuck in the mud and the player just whacked it in the net.
    After the game the police forced us to go on this field at the back of the stand. There was a lot of battles with the police in the darkness. When we got onto the Aldershot streets we then had to contend with the local squadies who were hitting everyone wearing wolves colours.

    Aldershot at home play offs. Was gutted. Mega trouble after the game with the Police and witnessed some brutal scenes. The girlfriend was taking pictures of the coppers hitting wolves fans with battons and a copper snatched the camera off her.

    Aldershot Away day of Hillsborough. Was on the terrace when the news came through via radios. Was worried sick about a Liverpool supporting work colleague who was in the Leppings End, Thankfully he was ok. The London Wolves do afterwards was a very quiet event indeed.

    Bury H 2k crowd. Went up on the night with London Wolves on the train. Never heard the ground so quiet. Only my cousin and me were singing. I stood on the South Bank divide barrier trying to get the crowd going. The Police tried to pull me down to arrest me. But my cousin grabbed my legs and tried to pull me back while the police were pulling my arms. My body was still on the barrier in pain. Eventually half a dozen coppers carried me up the no-man lands section up to the top. Finally the wolves fans started to sing "Loyal Supporter." I got questioned for being drunk. I said I wasn't and explained I was from London and my girlfriend had my train ticket on the South Bank. They let me back on the South Bank.

    Scarborough = We all hate Leeds! Went to all the games we were banned just to make a point. Involved an extra journey to the ground to buy a ticket beforehand. Apart from Cardiff. I turned up without a ticket and stood on a corner for about half an hour asking everybody if they had spares. Managed to buy 2 in the end of a wolves fan!

    We were all wolves and we were all united as one in those days!
     
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    To those of you who attended during those dark days away - did the WMP employ spotters like they do now?
     
  17. Dark days ? Your joking. It was a laugh a minute.
    I don't ever remember WMP having "spotters" but they did go undercover to gather evidence for operation GROWTH. I think the "spotters" came after, maybe to make sure "lads" that were banned weren't attending matches.
     
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    Did the undercover officers ever get found out?
     
  19. I can't remember to be honest. I think most of the 50/60 that ended up in court pleaded guilty, so the undercover's didn't get called as witness's. But i might be wrong.
     
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    Only 25 were charged IIRC.
     
  21. Was it a field at Aldershot ? I'm sure i remember running up a bank through trees but it was mayhem trying to find the car after, we ended up getting one of the doors kicked in. Your right about the home leg some of the worse trouble I've ever seen at a game. I managed to do Notts County, Stockport, Bolton & Man City out of the banned games.Man City being another great night.
     
  22. I found some footage that said "out of 68 arrested 64 were found guilty."
     
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    Then we had the chant of we've got more than 60 hooligans. Went to all the play off games that season and as I was living in Surrey I went to Aldershot to pickup my ticket during the week and it appeared that half the parachute regiment were buying tickets. So when we were let out after the match and some of our lot charged their fans I did think it was going to be a mismatch. The best game was the last game of the season, bully's 1st hat trick, thommo up front and a pitch invasion. Hartlepool I think. Colchester away in their cow shed was pretty special too.
     
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    "You will never ban A Wanderers Fan!"

    "We are not in Jail! We are out on bail"

    Forgot about Colchester we took the complete ground over. I joined Colchesters members club just to get a wolves ticket. They were sending me mail for years later.

    Southend on the Friday nights were good. Go to the match then the Pink Toothbrush night club afterwards.

    Pitch invasions used happen at almost every away ground we went to.

    " Another goal sponsored by - Wolverhampton Windows" Bully scored so many goals he made them bankrupt!
     
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    I was wondering whether or not Wolves fans did this. I was speaking to a Newcastle fan the other day who told me that for their London aways they would go out in London after the game then get some ridiculous time train back in the early morning back up North. Did Wolves ever have an away where they would stop over or hit the town no matter what day the kick off was on?
     
  27. I did the same for Colchester, still got the card somewhere.

    Southend friday night, went on the train from Wolvo. I think the coppers were expecting about 50, they had a bit of a shock when hundreds got off. A mate of mine was so $$$$$$ he slept most of the game while a near riot went on. Did you know the stand we were in was called "The South Bank"

    Crewe away 86 when Wolves fans got told "not to travel" cos the away end had burnt down. We took over the ground. Wolves fans on and off the pitch all game.

    Halifax away 86 pitch invasion after every goal and we scored 4 !!!

    One I didn't do was Torquay 86 but had a few mates that went for the weekend, some cracking stories still being told about that.

    Other pitch invasions I remember at Scunthorpe and Aldershot. The lad being thrown out of the seats at Peterborough. Those nice coppers in Wales ripping the flags down at Swansea.

    Christ, I could go on for ever and I havn't got on to the 87/88 season.
     
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    I can remember going on the coach from The George to Carlisle for a night game on a Tuesday night late 70's and not coming home until Thursday. Does that qualify?
     
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    I used to regularly sleep at stations before or after games or both because of train and pub times clashing. Remember going to Halifax in 87/88 from Surrey. All day to get there, straight to the ground because it was all ticket, got a ticket to the wolves end - a misnomer for Halifax - to the pub, ground, pub and then last train back to London and wait for the underground to start up again and then catch the milk train to surrey. Before the Colchester home leg of the play off slept at euston because It was a silly kick off time meaning I wouldn't make if I travelled on sunday.
     
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    That was a truly surreal couple of seasons when I went to almost all the away games, including the banned ones, which was a bit hairy at times. Nearly always, we had as many if not more fans in the ground than the home team and made much more noise. We often invaded pitches. They were all like cup games away to teams lower down the League, but every young yob in every town wanted to impress his mates by getting a Wolves fan's scalp, because we were a famous club, but tended to back off at the crucial moment. The local cops, all geed up by Thatcher's intention to bring in identity cards and demonise all fans as hooligans, used to take us on long detours around ring roads if they found our coaches. We were treated like scum - we were the new miners. The players Turner brought in responded to us more closely than any I've ever known.

    I saw us once turn up without black shorts and play in white ones instead. The club was threadbare after the Bhattis.

    The landscape to those days can't have been that different to East Germany - some of the old industrial towns we went to, after Thatcher had closed their industries, were like decaying, outdoor, industrial museums; I remember walking though a part of the Potteries to see us away at Vale and I felt I was in a documentary film about the 1760s. Some of the pubs were bizarre, too, including what must have been the most depressing gay bars in the western world in central Barnsley.

    Like I say, surreal! Some of the Football was like that, too - it seemed to most of our away support that there really was an inevitability that Bully would score. It went beyond faith - it was certain to happen.

    Supporting Wolves before and after that time was like doing it in black and white by comparison. It had an intensity and bleak reality which made adjusting to Sir Jack's all-seated Molineux so weird a few years later. Where were all the fences, the barbed wire, the dereliction, why wasn't the rain battering down on your shoulders?
     
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    Yes as a midfielder.
     
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    Me too.

    And Aldershot away, walking through the park.
    Colchester away with the foolproof cards to keep us out !
    York away ? with no cover from the radio-active Chernobyl rain !

    And best of all - training on the car park Friday mornings !!
     
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    That is incorrect Jung.

    82 were lined up for arrests, 66 were charged, 63 pleaded guilty (mainly through lessoning charges via legal bargaining), and 3 were found Not Guilty:embarassed:.

    One of the original 82 (like me), who were said to have committed minor offences (verbal), was infact an off-duty police officer, no charges were brought against him though, he just got a warning.

    That was still the days when Police (in my opinion) were highly corrupt and would literally do anything. As Hillsborough is now highlighting.

    That is not to say the vast majority of lads charged were innocent, but the evidence usually got massively exaggerated back then. Again that is my opinion, but I am sure most police officers would accept that too, looking back with honesty.

    None of this scrutinisation or Police Complaints Authority existed back then.
     
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    The off-duty policeman (A Hatherton member) was subsequently hounded out the force !
     
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    Wonder what he does now?

    To be fair, a few police officers came up to me afterwards and said they were sorry I was ever arrested in that operation, which was good of them. They said that in front of my then-wife who insisted on accompanying me to matches for a while, in case I was fitted up again. I know which particular officer was behind my arrest, a terrible time to be honest.
     
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    This thread is great, remember all of that so fondly, things that happened then would just never happen in this ultra-organised, sanitised and regimented world we live in these days.

    Was lucky enough to have "done" nearly all the games mentioned here and sampled the whole culture of getting to games by hook or by crook, pitching up in The George on the lunchtime of a mid-week away game looking for transport, hiring Wolverhampton Truck Rental vans and photo-copying travel directions, buying and selling spares on trains, swamping never before visited small northern towns, playing cards on the bonnet of the car in the fast lane on the M5 on the way back from Exeter, planning my whole annual leave around the fixture list, starting an away trip off with Thunderbird and orange juice, being on first name terms with Mel in the ticket office, drinking with the players in town when a game had been called off, and somehow making it back to Eve's or The Raglan on a Saturday nightbafter another expedition across the country. My mom never saw me!

    This paragraph from the OP sums it up for me:

    The atmosphere at those away games was immense. We would completely take over the towns we played in. I clearly remember the lunchtime KO at Exeter [3-1] where the whole City was full of Wolves fans singing that song: “Where the Hell are you from? we're from Wol-ver-hamp-erton!”. It was the same in places like Halifax and Peterbrough.
     
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    A great story thanks for posting...did a fair few home games that year including the play off final and like everyone, was gutted. My memory of the previous relegation season down from the old 3rd division was of the last home game against Cardiff IIRC which was the only one I attended that year. I went along for sentimental reasons fearing the club would disappear..the crowd was somewhere around 3,000 I think...
     

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