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coys200

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#41
Im not sure on number of 90k allowed I think it’s 9 Before we have to go to council. We are already committed to 5. They may just be looking at worst case and keeping 90k for NLD Chelsea united and CL 16.
 

buckley

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Also one of the reasons we have in general had crowds of over 70K is that an open top tier for games like Cardiff huddersfield etc is the it allows for the sale of cheaper tickets such as £20 to £15 for adults £10 children and £30 family tickets two adults plus two children this is among the prices I have seen for the upper tier.familys in general can't afford £50 for adults £25 for children .
I know the prices are not exact but a ball park guess
 

buckley

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Myself for one do not object to the sale of cheaper seats anywhere in the stadium even tho I have to pay full whack .
For me it helps fill up the stadium for lesser games and brings in new young potential fans.
Even when we play top teams I would rather see tickets sold at a cheap rate as a full stadium can only be good for the atmosphere.
I know some say why should I pay £60 and someone else pay half or less.
I can truly say this does not bother me what someone else pays is none of my business if they can pay less good on them COYS
 

riggi

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#44
Myself for one do not object to the sale of cheaper seats anywhere in the stadium even tho I have to pay full whack .
For me it helps fill up the stadium for lesser games and brings in new young potential fans.
Even when we play top teams I would rather see tickets sold at a cheap rate as a full stadium can only be good for the atmosphere.
I know some say why should I pay £60 and someone else pay half or less.
I can truly say this does not bother me what someone else pays is none of my business if they can pay less good on them COYS
It doesn't bother me if I'm lower and they're on the top tier. I'd rather watch it in the pub than be up there..

... actually id rather not go atall
 

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It doesn't bother me if I'm lower and they're on the top tier. I'd rather watch it in the pub than be up there..

... actually id rather not go atall
Strange comment. Do you go to watch the football, if so then you get a great view. I've always made sure I'm on the halfway line, front of the east upper... perfect view for the game.

Surely that's better than an intermittent internet stream?
 

NinjaTuna

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Strange comment. Do you go to watch the football, if so then you get a great view. I've always made sure I'm on the halfway line, front of the east upper... perfect view for the game.

Surely that's better than an intermittent internet stream?
I was up in the gods for the Barca game. Didn't mind at all - got a very good view of the formations/tactics in play
 

riggi

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Strange comment. Do you go to watch the football, if so then you get a great view. I've always made sure I'm on the halfway line, front of the east upper... perfect view for the game.

Surely that's better than an intermittent internet stream?
I meant I'd rather watch it at home than go to Wembley full stop. I just don't enjoy it. I see watching it live as a day experience rather than just about watching the game itself.
 
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