He was equally astounded and delighted at some of the stuff that modern technology could dredge out. It doesn’t matter who the team is, it’s the listening and learning and seeing the joy on their faces as they open up and have a chance to talk about happy times.
Their ire was exacerbated as Andy and I had moved to the rear of the stand, at the front of the grid to get to the bar. His son in the Dons goal had made a good stop from Ryan Prosser before Hendon took the lead six minutes before the break.
Ogo Obi received a ball on the right. He touched it past Webb who clattered into him. Referee Peters consulted with his linesman before pointing to the penalty spot. Hippolyte-Patrick scored despite the best efforts of Webb to atone.
I guess football will always be a game of opinions, some often polarised, but it's all the better for it. What would we have to discuss in the pub or terraces if we all thought the same?