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Do we know what parts of the ground will be open? Is £12 to sit or stand? Taking a Jevu and an Espanyol fan so doing my bit to bring a friend (x 2):sorted:
 

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Hello Bliss, you should try living in London, feeding the kids, dog, rabbit and pigs and giving the wife a life of happiness and taking the local orphans to Griffin Park every other week. Times are tough, hey but I can still afford the odd bet and plenty of boozelol

I will be going to Kevin O'Connors testimonial after all, rude not tolol
I know westwing..I always wanted to live in London...:confused::confused::confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:
 

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Do we know what parts of the ground will be open? Is £12 to sit or stand? Taking a Jevu and an Espanyol fan so doing my bit to bring a friend (x 2):sorted:
Can you bring an Atleico Madrid one too? That would be a right laugh :sorted:.
 
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ChinaBee - I do not know the answer to your question but am pretty sure I know someone who will - Will hopefully post answer tomorrow.
 

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Im doing my bit.

Bring 3 mates down from Bedford - a Newcastle fan, a Cobbler and a mutual fan (i think that might mean gay. is Ealing Road going to be open?

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Do we know what parts of the ground will be open? Is £12 to sit or stand? Taking a Jevu and an Espanyol fan so doing my bit to bring a friend (x 2):sorted:
Decided to treat them to the Vice Presidents lounge stuff, all for a good man :kingkev:
 

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For a player that has stayed with us through thick and thin......i'd be happy to pay £20 for the ticket. So £12 is fine for me.


Super Super Kev!
 

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For a player that has stayed with us through thick and thin......i'd be happy to pay £20 for the ticket. So £12 is fine for me.


Super Super Kev!
For a player that hasn't had any better offers through thick and thin lol. Nah, I know what you're saying - I would have thought twenty quid was fair enough. Twelve's a bit too cheap.

I still don't see why we couldn't open a few special voluntary twenty quid gates for those who want to contibute that much? I suggested this earlier in the thread but nobody bit. Anyone agree? Surely it would be easy enough to arrange :shrug:.

It was before my time, but didn't we do something along the same lines during the 1967 crisis, called 'The Golden Gate', where supporters paid a bit more if they wanted to to help the club? Or did I dream that? :confused:
 

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Fair play to the fella - he's served the club very well while he's been here and deserves his gold watch. I'm very fond of him but I ain't sticking a halo on his head just because it never happened for him :rolleyes:.[/QUOTE]

both sides nicely put, but I can't ever remember thinking get rid of him like some players along the way :eek:. AND after the World Cup Final, £12.00 to see some grass roots footie suits me - roll on tomorrow :sorted:
 

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