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Photo Gallery: Portugal 1 (Porto), November 2002

Portugal 1 (Porto) - Portugal 2 (Braga & Match)

Aye, aye, cap'n Rich standing to attention. Of course we can't show that on a family website, so her's his face. Dance, bitch, dance David, dancing, apparently
Beige and brown - the new black, apparently Helen, Rich and David upstairs in Ryan's Irish Pub
It's oh so quiet The Estadio Prof Dr. Vieira de Carvalho, taken from the Wimpy doorway. Spot the England shirt Inside the Wimpy
A statue A monument in the Stadium gounds shiny, shiny The trophy room, under the stand.  We shouldn't have been down here, but they did let us take the photo.
Love is... Helen and Paul outside the ground. The loneliness of a non-league football fan Paul inside the ground.  Packed, isn't it?
Over heeeeeere Helen and David inside the ground (back row) and the NATA flag (on the fence) The travelling Rio Ave army The view of the Rio Ave fans from our seats
A-one, a-two, a-one-two-three... The Rio Ave hardcore, complete with horns, drums and teddy bear Fc Maia 2 Rio Ave 1 An action shot from the first half
Eat too many liquorice allsorts and this could be YOU Paul modelling his pride and joy - a Corinthian Casuals shirt.  Jimmy Hill is the chairman, which probably explains quite a lot! FC Maia 2 Rio Ave 1 Second-half action.
Two little boys Pretty in pink
A church, in the dark The church in the square outside the hotel A hotel The Holiday Inn Garden Court in Porto
Porto on the Sunday The Sunday night crowd, complete with embarrassed Portuguese girl who changed her mind about being in the photo... Porto on the Sunday ... and without.
Mark, Rich and Brian Rich, Mark and Brian in the bar with the male strippers Barrels, in the dark Inside Taylor's Port House (very dark, but then that's how it was)
Porto Porto, from the terrace at Taylors Porto Another shot of Porto
Helen (and Porto) And another, with a Helen in the way Porto A close-up of Ribeira, showing the promenade and the square.
An Azulejo An "azulejo" - Portugal's famous painted ceramic tiles The Boavista bar Sue, Ally, Helen, Rich and David in the Boavista bar
Where's the sink? Inside the gound (just inside the turnstiles, not the toilets) Boavista's ground The Estadio do Bessa
Boavista 0 Gil Vicente 1 Gil Vicente on the attack Draughty, isn't it? Paul as an ultra (or is it a penguin?)
Nothing to celebrate The Boavista fans in the stand opposite Something to celebrate The Gil Vicente fans celebrate the only goal of the game.
Ally and Sue, and pizza Continuing a long tradition of photographing Ally and Sue in pizzerias, here's Ally and Sue, in Pizza Hut It really was as green as this The weirdness never stops at the Bar Vulcao
Two little boys Machar and Kellas in the Porto porn bar Look at the flash reflecting off that well-buffed pate Craig McDowall in tartan shocker (and it's not burberry either!)
"Quick, let's get back to the hotel..." Ally and Sue make their excuses... " we can catch the end of the film!" ... just as things get interesting on the telly.

Added Photos (Nov 2003) - Courtesy of The Ladies Man

Courtesy of The Ladies Man Paul and Mark Torrance show their moves on stage Courtesy of The Ladies Man Rich and Inverness David (he needs a shave)
Courtesy of The Ladies Man Rich at the Estadio Das Antas, Porto Courtesy of The Ladies Man Waiting for the Garth Crooks interview
Courtesy of The Ladies Man Rich at Boavista Courtesy of The Ladies Man Rich with a big... you know the rest!
Courtesy of The Ladies Man Ally, Sue, Helen and Paul at the Boavista game


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