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FA Trophy

Maroon Blue

First XI⭐
Aug 15, 2010
No West Stand, not going. The best way to ensure a low attendance is to not open the West stand. Shot themselves in the foot again.
Not really, those that really want to go and support the club will sit somewhere else. They should understand that it is not worth the club paying out additional wages on stewards & food staff etc when not neccessary. I am sure the club will know that costs saved will negate a very few missing tenners.

To be honest I did not expext the South to be open, just the East like the FA Cup game.


Life President
Jun 16, 2008
I might sit in the South if it is open. I cannot sit in the East seats. They're horrible


Life President⭐
Jan 21, 2007
I might sit in the South if it is open. I cannot sit in the East seats. They're horrible

Anytime I have to go in the east I always get back row so I can stand.

Might pay the £20 or so for a box for a change.