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oliver trigg

  1. Enjoy your football and those you watch it with

    I don't often post on ShrimperZone, so I hope you don't mind me adding this story ahead of Bristol Rovers visit on Saturday. To be honest we've all been a bit down what with the Blues results of late. Hopefully, we've turned the corner following Tuesday's win at Bramall Lane. Nevertheless...
  2. RobM

    If the new stadium ever happens, what would you like it to be called?

    Not what do you think it'll be, what would you like it to be? I'd choose Oliver Trigg Stadium. Our obsession is, after all, his fault! 2-0 to us today!
  3. Shrimperstrust

    Committee Corner - Website Blog - 4th September 2014

    The next edition of our Committee Website Blogs for the 2014/15 Season is now online. Written by Richard Coxell it delves into the 'heritage' of SUFC including pieces on The Blue Boar, David Jack and Oliver Trigg. The blog can be found by clicking here.
  4. The Final

    So after 2 months of trying not the spam the forum, the final two are here. Winner of Tie 1 V Winner Of Tie 2. MK Shrimper - Eastwood freekick against Manchester United v davewebbsbrain - Ian Benjamin goal that put Southend into the second tier for the first time...
  5. Round Of 16 - Tie 5

    Winners of Group 5 V Runners up of Group 6. davewebbsbrain - Ian Benjamin goal that put Southend into the second tier for the first time. V Drastisc Sturgeon - Oliver Trigg in the Blue Boar, 19 May 1906
  6. Yorkshire Blue

    SZ's Southend United Hall of Fame - 4th round of nominations

    It's time for the fourth round of nominations. Rules and guidelines are here. Basically each poster gets one nomination per round, so use your nomination wisely, and individuals need five nominations to go forward to a ballot. So far Chris Powell, Sid Broomfield, Stan Collymore, Ron Pountney...
  7. Yorkshire Blue

    SZ's Southend United Hall of Fame - 3rd round of nominations

    It's time for the third round of nominations. Rules and guidelines are here. Basically each poster gets one nomination per round, so use your nomination wisely, and individuals need five nominations to go forward to a ballot. So far Chris Powell, Sid Broomfield, Stan Collymore, Ron Pountney...
  8. Yorkshire Blue

    SZ's Southend United Hall of Fame - Oliver Trigg

    Oliver Trigg was the man who kicked it all off. Literally. The time was six pm on 25 August 1906. Southend 'A' versus Southend 'B' at Roots Hall, the first practice match, in aid of the Victoria Hospital. Trigg was given the honour of 'kicking off' in his capacity as chairman of The Southend...
  9. Xàbia Shrimper

    Southend United Hall of Fame

    SUFC founder Oliver Trigg has won the poll for the most influential person in the opening decade of the history of the club and quite rightly so; it would have been an absolute travesty if he hadn't won it and there really was no reason for the poll. The nominations for the period 1916-1926...
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