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|Bristol Car Share|
at 06:46 18 Jan 2019
I am driving up to Bristol and parking in a drive I booked online (which I have done before).
I can accommodate three adults plus a child in the middle back seat.
I am aiming to get up there for about 1.00 p.m. and return straight home after the match.
The parking space is about 10 mins walk from the ground.
I live in Neath area so would suit anyone Neath , Port Talbot, East side of Swansea unless you want to park your car at my house and share lift up.
Can also pick up Bridgend, etc on way.
PM me for more details
|The Ethiad Last Night.|
at 09:45 15 Jan 2019
The build up to the game was brilliant and it is a fantastic stadium.
However within a few minutes (before Jesus scored his first) the crowd were on the team's back.
Throughout the rest of the game even though I was at the back of the main stand all I could hear was the Wolves fans. They were brilliant.
Terrible atmosphere and again quite a few empty seats.
Have to say David Silva was awesome though.
Traore was also brilliant for Wolves when he came on
[Post edited 15 Jan 9:50]
|J A ST Memberships for Leeds|
at 11:35 14 Jan 2019
Anyone not going I need two spare ones please.
Got my own, but got two family members want to come with me.
Thanks in advance
|Problems buying tickets for Gillingham|
at 10:36 14 Jan 2019
Tried to buy my ticket today (I am a ST JA membet) system saying I'm not entitled ?
This was after logging in the normal way
Anyone else having problems ? 9
|Stark Comparison of Grounds|
at 08:45 14 Jan 2019
After going to Preston on Saturday, I stayed over and went on a tour of Anfield before going to Goodison to watch Everton v Bournemouth.
The comparison between the two grounds was startling. Admittedly Liverpool's main stand has just been modernised, but what shocked me most was that 30 years on from the Bradford City Disaster, a club like Everton have been allowed to continue using a stadium largely built of wood.
I know they have plans to build a new stadium but they should have been forced to improve their ground for safety reasons years ago. Reminded me of a very poor ground from our 1970's 4th division days.
Both teams, whilst both will survive, were poor yesterday
at 14:48 12 Jan 2019
Were we behind in 1981 at Preston ?
I think it was the one opposite where we are today but not sure
|The Legend Back At PNE|
at 14:42 12 Jan 2019
Easily the best clubman and one of our greatest players ever.
Thanks for the memories Curt
|Bargain tickets - Must sell|
at 21:58 15 Dec 2018
I have tickets for Villa (home) Wigan (home) and Reading (away)
I cannot make any of these games so will sell the two home games for Â£10 each and the Reading game for Â£15
Please PM me ASAP
Edit - home tickets sold
Reading still available - saving of Â£11 on current price (+fees) from T/O)
[Post edited 15 Dec 2018 23:08]
|Reading Away Ticket|
at 16:59 12 Dec 2018
One adult ticket for sale - now Â£15
You can collect or I can post it
Edit - Now Â£15 (Cheaper than the T/O - Â£26 + fees)
[Post edited 18 Dec 2018 10:17]
|Newport Game Tonight|
at 18:01 11 Dec 2018
Anyone know if it's pay on the day ?
Fancy nipping up to see it, but can't finf out whether you can pay on the gate
|Just Watched a Great Movie|
at 15:20 10 Dec 2018
"A Family Man" is about a headhunter who is driven by his work, unexpected turns force him to change the way he lives. Starring Gerard Butler, it is excellent
at 10:20 26 Nov 2018
Many by me thought the round of applause was an attempt to drum up atmosphere at first.
Only when it came on the screens did we realise it was for Jack.
Well done everyone for their efforts and get well soon Jack
|Hull Overnight Trips|
at 17:16 19 Nov 2018
Anyone organising one to stay the Saturday night ?
at 17:11 19 Nov 2018
I know we will only have a handful there, but tickets are Â£10 and Â£12.50 + fees.
No announcement made about that
Those that do go being rewarded with cheap tickets
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