Bishop Auckland Soccer Hooligans.. B.A.S.H.. late 1980's
Peter Walsh reports on the increasing outbreaks of hooliganism plaguing non-league football. ... the rampage by Bishop Auckland thugs which stopped the game for 20 minutes and left three police ...
Football violence occurs at all levels of the game. Bishop Auckland supporters recently staged pitch invasions and fought with police during an FA Trophy game against Burton Albion. At the other end of the scale, recent violence from England fans, most notably in Marseilles and Charleroi, shows hooliganism is a Europe wide problem.
A self-confessed former football hooligan before turning his hands to better use as a writer and comedian, Eddy has written a host of amusing anecdotal books, penned and hosted a top three selling video ‘Teargas and Tantrums’, and is also a regular “talking head’ for numerous radio and TV shows on subjects as diverse as football, dodgy ...
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Everyone at Bishop Auckland Football Club are very sad to hear that, over the weekend, ex Two Blues player John Fenwick has unfortunately passed away, aged 78. John played in the team (pictured), which was an excellent side, and one of the greatest sides that the Club has seen. We also saw quite a bit […]
Judge slams football hooligans. ... Newton Aycliffe, and Hamilton, of Waldron Street, Bishop Auckland, with respective unpaid work of 160 and 80 hours and costs of £300 and £100.
Bishop Auckland. Bishop Auckland Football Club is a football club based in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England. They are one of the most successful amateur sides, having won the FA Amateur Cup ten times and reached the final on a further eight occasions. Nicknamed 'The Bishops' or 'The Two Blues', they are rivals with West Auckland Town .
Bishop Auckland / ˈ b ɪ ʃ ə p ˈ ɔː k l ə n d / is a market town and civil parish in County Durham, north east England, 12 miles (19 km) northwest of Darlington, 12 miles (19 km) southwest of Durham and 5 miles (8 km) southeast of Crook, at the confluence of the River Wear with its tributary the River Gaunless.
February 11 2020: teeth into Tinmouth. Posted on. February 12, 2020. February 12, 2020. Denis Weatherley, my enlightened old headmaster at Bishop Auckland Grammar School, was a Seaham Harbour lad and an internationally renowned singer. After retirement he moved to Darlington, where occasionally we’d bump into one another.