Block 302 row 61 for me, got in nice & easy, selected the seat with no issues.
After payment went through, an error message popped up saying “unfortunately we cannot confirm your purchase at this time”.
Half hour phone call to confirm that it’s a system fault that doesn’t link the client...
As we know, transfer fees aren't the only factor. Why would highly sort after players like Tyrone Mings (£8m) and Callum Wilson, along with a host of players coming from the Prem join a team that finished 11th in the champo the previous season?
I like that Bournemouth are in the Prem, mainly...
Not exactly true, when they got promoted to the championship, they had the highest spend in league one, dwarfing everyone else.
When they were in the championship, they were only outspent by Notts Forest, 'Boro & Leeds, but they also had far less income to net off against. Leeds & Forest were...
Can only echo the vast majority of posts already made. The effect he had on our club in the 3 years he was with us will be felt for many years to come, and for that I'm truly thankful.
RIP Ugo, we're all proud of what you achieved
So on that basis, someone with less loyalty points than me could potentially get a ticket because they are willing to sit in West Upper?
I chose based on my preferred seats, rather than price. Might have to change my application
Pretty sure I know the answer, but hoping someone has had this situation and can confirm for sure.
If I apply for 2 tickets, and one has enough LP's and the other doesn't...the one with enough still gets a ticket, right?
I'm on 181 LP's so it's twitchy bum time I think!
In exactly the same situation, work 2 mins from Watford junction...can't decide whether to go from Watford Met or the junction.
Am swaying towards getting the overground to Wembley Central from WJ and walking from there to The Torch
Something from Fiorentinas fan site Violanation.com.....
Not sure what to make of this, seems like it's been written by a gooner on the wind-up....serious? or just tongue in cheek?
Fuck cashing out!
What will be will be....whatever happens this season won't have been a complete disaster. We're punching well above our weight, what with experience, staff, wages, stadium size, turnover etc etc.
Got the news today that a Watford supporting friend went to the Wolves game on Saturday, and has yet to return to his family home. He was attacked on his way to the station and is now in a coma.
Wherever I've travelled with Spurs, the thought of not getting home safe & well has never crossed...