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Ian    3

Yeh, is for me :D

 

I have always hated Sunday kick offs, I like the good old fashioned 3 oclock kick offs, enough time to get rid of the hangover and enough time to get ready for going out :D

 

But due to work Sunday kick offs are a blessing, saves me spending 300+ on a season ticket that I cannot use most weeks!

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Pat    2

Tiz a catch # 22 to euro qualification, progression(We Hope) + Man City hosting the Uefa cup final appar.

 

A buggar for the Traditionalist & regular match goer to get a routine.

 

However, another spin off is the likely hood of more Tv apprerances -> Thus becoming a pleasing spin off 4 the distant & no doubt non regular match goers.

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Zed    1
Tiz a catch # 22 to euro qualification, progression(We Hope) + Man City hosting the Uefa cup final appar.

 

A buggar for the Traditionalist & regular match goer to get a routine.

 

However, another spin off is the likely hood of more Tv apprerances -> Thus becoming a pleasing spin off 4 the distant & no doubt non regular match goers.

 

I cant imagine who you mean <_< <_<

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However, another spin off is the likely hood of more Tv apprerances -> Thus becoming a pleasing spin off 4 the distant & no doubt non regular match goers

 

Well I'm a non regular match goer...6-8 home games if I'm lucky....Sundays no good

for me!.....The mid-week games,the Sunday and the games where I can't get a ticket

limit's the amount of matches long distant(some)fans can attend.....Yeh TV's ok and

it is another game watched.I would have thought Sunday games are a pretty good

option for the local fan!

 

What kind of % does anyone think watch at home or down the pub,when they could

in fact make the match?.......surely a pub and a couple of pints and saving about

£20 must come into it.

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What kind of % does anyone think watch at home or down the pub,when they could

in fact make the match?.......surely a pub and a couple of pints and saving about

£20 must come into it.

 

Im sure it does, but being a season ticket holder, ill be the one fucked around as usual while the fat lazy cunts with their sky remotes will be happy

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Ian    3
Im sure it does, but being a season ticket holder, ill be the one fucked around as usual while the fat lazy cunts with their sky remotes will be happy

 

and the season ticket holders working on saturdays :D

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What kind of % does anyone think watch at home or down the pub,when they could

in fact make the match?.......surely a pub and a couple of pints and saving about

£20 must come into it.

 

not for me really, im a season ticket holder.

i go the match, between us parking costs £1 each (or nothin if we park in the street sometimes)

i get a pint when i get in, and maybe a sausage roll. call that £5.

programme £3.

then off to the pub after the game with the lads. add a quid or two for fuel.

call it £10 i spend before i get to the pub (probably about 6 o'clock)

season ticket works out about £25 a match.

£35.

 

then a game in the pub.

if its a 3 o'clock KO then maybe get there for 2ish.

thats about 4 hours earlier than if i go to the game.

maybe 3/4 pints an hour at £2.50 (rounded up a few pence)

at least £25. throw in some pub food (i got to eat, im a hungry lad!) maybe £6

i'll still have someone pick me up a programme £3.

£34

 

im a sad twat, cant believe i just did that!

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