QPR away - Monday 27 November - Sky TV - ko 7:45pm

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Right,I’m in....lower tier ticket purchased!

Meeting in London in the afternoon and the boss has expressed an interest in attending,I am trying to talk him out of it though as I plan to spend the night singing lewd,drunken ditties about Martin Rowlands’ parentage.
 

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Im in the cheap seats, upper tier Y6 ! what a result, cant wait to exchange banter with our neighbours.
 

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Sat in the lower tier, about 10 rows back, behind the goal with the younger youth
 

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I think you may find that the words SAT and LOWER TIER do not normally appear in the same sentence at Loftus Road

Make that:
Stood in the lower tier, about 10 rows back, behind the goal with the younger youth, trying to refrain from too many profanities.
 

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Make that:
Stood in the lower tier, about 10 rows back, behind the goal with the younger youth, trying to refrain from too many profanities.

That lower tier is full of ruffians where profanity is the norm, as long as aimed at the oppo or officials you curse away young man.
I'll be sat with the club ambassadors analysing and commenting like unbiased experts above in the Gold upper seats
 

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That lower tier is full of ruffians where profanity is the norm, as long as aimed at the oppo or officials you curse away young man.
I'll be sat with the club ambassadors analysing and commenting like unbiased experts above in the Gold upper seats

I'm not too bothered by the profanity, it's more my 11 year old brother I'm worried about.
Having said that he's been to GP since the age of 6, and plenty of those songs have gone in. Expect some sort of tweenage swearing.
 

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That lower tier is full of ruffians where profanity is the norm, as long as aimed at the oppo or officials you curse away young man.
I'll be sat with the club ambassadors analysing and commenting like unbiased experts above in the Gold upper seats

the gold upper cage fighting section :eek::D
 

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That lower tier is full of ruffians where profanity is the norm, as long as aimed at the oppo or officials you curse away young man.
I'll be sat with the club ambassadors analysing and commenting like unbiased experts above in the Gold upper seats

I had a far more peaceful experience in the lower tier last season with gentlemen such as Ketteringbee in proximity:)
 

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Lower tier for me although I was tempted by the upper having had several little scrotes land on top of me after we scored the third in the cup game.
 

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Lower tier for me although I was tempted by the upper having had several little scrotes land on top of me after we scored the third in the cup game.

Don't worry, I'll do my best to avoid you next time
 

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Girlfriend's birthday on the Monday so this moving was a bit of a nightmare for me however I have managed to persuade her that we can go for an early dinner in Soho before dashing across on the Central Line to make it in time for kick off :banana:

Marry her
 

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Tickets finally ordered for myself and my cousin. Poor lad tore his ankle last weekend playing football so will be braving it in a cast and on crutches. But refused to miss this one
 

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Would love to be here for this one! Any idea how many tickets we sold so far?
 

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Tickets finally ordered for myself and my cousin. Poor lad tore his ankle last weekend playing football so will be braving it in a cast and on crutches. But refused to miss this one

I'm sure the crutches and cast will come in useful after the game lol
 

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I will never forget the flying crutch in all the TV footage when we beat Fulham away 4-1. Great scenes and I salute whoever that injured man was!!

He's actually a disabled (sorry is that PC apologies if not) bloke I see quite often in NR and also sat near me at the Planning Meeting in Hounslow all those years ago. Was waving his crutches above his head at Fulham that year.
 

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There was a pair of crutches being waved in the air at Peterborough in 1992.
 

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Would love to be here for this one! Any idea how many tickets we sold so far?

About 1,600 sold with 2 weeks to go.
Get a point at Cardiff and beat Burton then this will rise very fast.
Whatever happens, there will be a proper 2,000+ there.
 

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About 1,600 sold with 2 weeks to go.
Get a point at Cardiff and beat Burton then this will rise very fast.
Whatever happens, there will be a proper 2,000+ there.

its qpr's cup final anyway....im sure theyre getting all giddy about it :sorted::cool:
 

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About 1,600 sold with 2 weeks to go.
Get a point at Cardiff and beat Burton then this will rise very fast.
Whatever happens, there will be a proper 2,000+ there.

Can't think why we are struggling to sell this out, TV or no TV.
 

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Maybe the novelty of playing at Loftus Road has worn off

Fourth visit there for new supporters in a short time ??
 

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Maybe the novelty of playing at Loftus Road has worn off

Fourth visit there for new supporters in a short time ??
............'novelty"??????................always want to see a Bees win there..............
 

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How can the novelty wear off?!?!?!

Its bloody fantastic to be playing one of our closest rivals every season.
 

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