Towards the end of the 1991-92 season the paper storm really started to take a hold on City fans.
Every game, as City made it into the play-offs was accompanied by more and more people spending the minutes approaching kick-off tearing paper up into small pieces ready to chuck into the air when the team came out of the tunnel.
This got to the point where this blizzard would get into your eyes and mouth and when you took your clothes off at night there would be bits of paper all over your carpet.
Then chief exec Barrie Pierpoint told supporters to stop it because it was difficult to tidy up and was a fire hazard in the old wooden stand.
Surprisingly, and a bit shamefully, the City fans obeyed this directive and the paper storm died over night.
Another nail in the coffin of supporters’ spontaneity…