Date: 15th February 2018 at 4:40am
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A look back at this day in history, and what was happening with Pompey courtesy of our sister site PompeyRama.

Sat 18 Feb 2017
League Two Barnet A 1-1
Chaplin
Att:4,571
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Sat 18 Feb 2012
Championship Barnsley A 0-2
Att:9,336
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Sat 18 Feb 1995
Div 1 Sunderland A 2-2
McLoughlin, Doling
Att:12,372
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Sat 18 Feb 1989
Div 2 Walsall H 1-1
Quinn
Att:7,310
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Sat 18 Feb 1984
Div 2 Leeds Utd H 2-3
Morgan, Hateley
Att:13,911
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Tue 18 Feb 1975
Div 2 Aston Villa H 2-3
Mellows p, Graham
Att:13,355
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Sat 18 Feb 1967
FA4 Tottenham Hotspur A 1-3
Tindall
Att: 57,910
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Sat 18 Feb 1961
Div 2 Charlton Athletic H 1-1
Harris
Att:12,400
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Mon 18 Feb 1957
Div 1 Aston Villa A 2-2
Harris, Henderson
Att:10,000
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Sat 18 Feb 1953
Div 1 Aston Villa A 0-6
Att:15,000
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Sat 18 Feb 1950
Div 1 Wolves A 0-1
Att:40,000
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Sat 18 Feb 1939
Div 1 Preston NE H 0-0
Att:24,699
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Wed 18 Feb 1931
Div 1 Manchester City H 1-1
Easson
Att:6,766
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Sat 18 Feb 1928
Div 1 Sunderland H 3-5
Smith J 3
Att:23,955
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Sat 18 Feb 1922
Division Three South Charlton Athletic A 2-1
Cherrett, Mackie
Att:9,000
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Another feature, again courtesy of our sister site PompeyRama, sees us look at those Pompey personalities – past or present – who have a birthday on this day.

18/2/1912: Harold Crawshaw
18/2/1934: Derek Rees
18/2/1992: Kal Naismith

From the Ed



Happy birthday to Harold Crawshaw, Derek Rees and Kal Naismith – the Pompey players from the Blues’ past born on this day.

Crawshaw and Rees were both well before my time. Naismith is of course still at Fratton Park now with him a player that I like, not sure he will be here this time next year mind?

Now onto the games previously played.

Played – 15
Won – 1
Drawn – 7
Lost – 7

Nothing for me today, on a poor day, as I’ve not previously managed a game.

What are your memories of Crawshaw – too early for anyone, Rees – probably before most – and/or Naismith from their Pompey days? Also have you taken in any of the games previously played today – if so what are the memories from them too?

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One Reply to “On this day in history…18th February”

  • 89,84&75…Another winless day!! Hateley scoring in 84 & 75’s game I remember buying a Stevie Wonder cassette that afternoon in Weston Hart’s…the things you remember eh…Only Naismith of the B’days

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