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I'm planning on doing boats for Charlton and Fulham away next season (and Orient if they beat Rotherham).

I'll also look at possibility of boats for Millwall

Details will follow on here and via the BIAS website
 

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Able seaman Benn awaits your instructions Captain Jim
Start scrubbing the decks, they need to be spotless for the new season! ;)
 

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How about a fleet of double decker buses to QPR?
 

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The F**ham boats will go from Putney i guess ?
 

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The F**ham boats will go from Putney i guess ?
I think Jim said, he'd come and pick you up first, then have the trip back to Putney down the river taking in all the delights of London ;)
 

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I think Jim said, he'd come and pick you up first, then have the trip back to Putney down the river taking in all the delights of London ;)
Excellent, see you at Tilbury, friday evening cap'n Jim
 

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I know this is meant to be tongue in cheek.

Is there not a pier at Kew anymore?
Yes, that's where we departed from for the Chelsea game.
 

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Richmond might be better as it'll give everyone a bit more drinking time......... Could be quite amusing seeing hundreds of Bees sunning themselves on the riverside if it's a very early season away trip.
 

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Richmond might be better as it'll give everyone a bit more drinking time......... Could be quite amusing seeing hundreds of Bees sunning themselves on the riverside if it's a very early season away trip.
Yes I suppose it depends on pier space, Richmond is quite well used, although we may be OK in the morning.

Anyway this is Captain Jim's job and I'm sure whatever is arranged will be fantastic!
 
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Yep, Kew is a possibility. It generally depends on time/tides/pier availability. The boat company tend to prefer Putney but, subject to other considerations, will go from whichever pier you want.

The intention for Fulham will be to depart from Kew or Putney down river for an hour or so, then back up river to Putney and the march on craven cottage.
 

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Pub crawl down the Thames for the Fucham game.
 

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Me and Voice said exactly the same yesterday.
A cold Tuesday night will not make any difference to our numbers and lots will knock off early.
Reminded me of Tuesday 27 November 1990. Fulham away in the Leyland Daf (or whatever it was called in those days). Three men and a dog. Freezing cold. Only remember it because we came out to find John Major had won the Tory leadership election :eek:
 

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Reminded me of Tuesday 27 November 1990. Fulham away in the Leyland Daf (or whatever it was called in those days). Three men and a dog. Freezing cold. Only remember it because we came out to find John Major had won the Tory leadership election :eek:
We had a decent turnout there, Benstead was like Gordon Banks that night iirc
 

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I'm planning on doing boats for Charlton and Fulham away next season (and Orient if they beat Rotherham).

I'll also look at possibility of boats for Millwall

Details will follow on here and via the BIAS website
defo do the millwall one.....you can dock at either tower bridge or bermondsey pier even better.....then march to the den.....that will put the cat amongst the pidgeons ;) will also sort out the wheat from the chaff and the 'milwall flu' no shows lol
 

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defo do the millwall one.....you can dock at either tower bridge or bermondsey pier even better.....then march to the den.....that will put the cat amongst the pidgeons ;) will also sort out the wheat from the chaff and the 'milwall flu' no shows lol
i have work that day i think Voice.
 

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you take control of the front of the march and i'll keep it tight at the back Colonel........sunnyjim will probably want to hide in the middle ;)

i know their 'chaps' pubs near southwark park too....we could go that way and really upset em lol
 

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you take control of the front of the march and i'll keep it tight at the back Colonel........sunnyjim will probably want to hide in the middle ;)

i know their 'chaps' pubs near southwark park too....we could go that way and really upset em lol
Ehmlol
 

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