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Block W

Rayleigh boy

Nov 1, 2006
Very dissappointing to see some shaken up looking Dads leading their young kids away from Block W when the unpleasantness broke out -

It seems the clubs sells Block W to latecomers and newcomers meaning if you are new to Roots Hall or bringing kids for the first time you are going to be dropped right in at the deep end with the more boisterous support, the drum and the "banter" with the away fans.

Might suit some but might be a bit much for others -

Not brilliant - and perhaps the good that can come out of this is the clubs changed arrangements for ticketing block W next year means that perhaps they look at this.

And also do something for the "walk up" on the day supporters -

suggestions -?