Joined 8 years ago from England Last activity 4 weeks ago
I grew up in Islington, North London, and at the age of 16 became part of the developing Skinhead scene. I’m not particularly proud of the battles we had, either with other gangs of football fans, or the clashes with the Hells Angels on those Bank Holidays at Clacton, Brighton or Southend. Never the less, these things happened, and are now part of history. I’m not here to justify or glorify what happened, but to tell it as it was. The violence was just a small part of it. It was more about the fashion, the music and last but not least, the Skinhead Girls. Late 1968 to mid 1971, ‘The Best Years of my Life’. I now work as a distributor, selling Health and Beauty Products.
5 years ago
The current rising success of the English Premier League seems to be unstoppable. It is widely renowned as the most attractive league in the world, and it is without doubt the most profitable. Earnings from tv deals (the latest lasts for another 4...
3 years ago
1982 and an English football (soccer) match was not always a pleasant event to attend. It was a couple of years before Maggie Thatcher's clampdown on the activities of Soccer Hooligans and the gangs were becoming more vicious and more willing to use...
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