Was spotted plenty of times during our year at Sixfields when I stood on the hill. Every week there were different cameras there, including one week a bunch from the Netherlands who filmed a documentary for their equivalent of BBC 2. Was actually a really decent documentary which followed Coventry, FC United and Portsmouth fans about our different problems.
I also remember a Tuesday night game in January where there was about 15 of us standing up there in the pouring rain and the top sports correspondent for the Guardian turned up to interview us all.
I sit next to one of the entrances in the Medway Stand at home games (the side the camera faces), so it's pretty easy to spot myself most weeks. Aways are trickier, but I do recall being fairly clear on tv away at Arsenal in the early 2000s just after Marlon King scored.
I was on Sky Sports news when I was about 10 in the late nineties at a Lancashire one day game.
Whoever was batting had just hit a 4 and all the crowd were there waving there '4' signs and there was me like a tit jumping around with a '6' sign. They zoomed right in on me aswell the bastards just to take the piss.
Not as such, but I was behind the goal when George Best scored against the Blades at Old Trafford ( Scoreboard End) in 1971. It was October and newly promoted Sheffield United were unbeaten and top of the old first division. In about the 75th minute fucking Best scored and the goal was shown on MOTD during the introduction music for years and years. Whenever Best is shown or discussed on TV it's always that fucking goal they show. There is huge crowd surge and I am in the middle of it cursing the long haired bast***