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at 19:20 15 Feb 2019
Not sure why sales finished today at 2pm but 1343 is the final number of tickets sold by Brentford. I would have thought there would have been ticket sales on the day like for the away fans in the the Gillingham match.
|Brentford on Sunday - Massive Match for Potter and the Lads|
at 17:35 13 Feb 2019
I wasn’t going to go because I do begrudge our so called owners getting their hands on any of my money, but I have had a change of heart. The match being played on the Sunday at 4pm is sh*tty. My Zeelo bus is not even being run to the match. However, I need to support Potter and the lads, especially after the match v Millwall, the sense of achievement and joy was there for all to see.
SUPPORT THE TEAM BUT NOT THE REGIME!!!
Brentford have 12 free coaches bringing some of their supporters to the match.
"BIAS are delighted that due to extra demand, the Club have secured 2 additional coaches and will be running 12 free coaches for our 5th round FA Cup tie with Swansea on Sunday 17th February.
"Whilst all of the coaches have now been filled, we understand that the Club have been able to replace a number of these with larger 60 seat coaches which should enable those fans currently on the waiting list to be allocated a coach ticket. This will be confirmed by the club shortly, as they are currently working through the waiting list with a view to issuing all remaining coach tickets today in plenty of time for Sundays game."
I think they have sold around the 1,000 mark so far...
at 23:07 8 Feb 2019
That is the exact number of tickets sold by Millwall. Therefore filling one whole section of the 2 available sections in the away end. Should make for a cracking atmosphere. Police numbers will be really high tomorrow, a combination force of SWP, BTP, Dyfed/Powys and The Met. The most police seen at the Liberty since we last played Cardiff I would say.
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|Danny Back Training?|
at 22:41 4 Feb 2019
So was our Danny back in training today after his weekend off in Yorkshire and specifically Humberside?
[Post edited 4 Feb 23:14]
|Trouble at Bristol|
at 15:27 2 Feb 2019
Lots of fans still being marched to the stadium. And trouble in the ground.
Bubble next year? Hope not!
|Bony, Fer, Montero and James all on Deadline Day for Season Ticket Prices|
at 17:41 31 Jan 2019
So today all those players are leaving and the club have a cheek to keep announcing deadline day (on their social media) for season ticket’s at the lower rate. They are having a f*cking laugh! This is much worse than the summer. Bony everyone agrees can do one, Fer I could live with if a like for like replacement is coming in. But losing Montero and James is down right lunacy.
|The Official Swansea City v Sheffield United Match Thread|
at 17:01 15 Jan 2019
Swansea manager Graham Potter admitted, "We are some way off
being a top-six side still" after seeing his team share the spoils in
a 1-1 draw with Preston last weekend. Courtney Baker-Richardson
finished a superb team move to give the Swans a slender
advantage they merited, before North End hit back from the
penalty spot only five minutes later. Preston had the best chance
to find a winner before Earl's dismissal, but Erwin Mulder made a
double save to deny them. Bersant Celina was Swansea's most
likely threat in forward areas and played a key role in the opener,
although the youngster was unable to create any further
opportunities of note despite the hosts being reduced to 10 men
Post-match, Potter said: "You need to survive key moments and
be a bit more clinical. We gave the ball away too easily and did
not do enough to score more than one." The Swansea boss will
now look forward to the return of top goalscorer Oli McBurnie
from illness here, while midfielder Tom Carroll has returned
to training after three months out injured.
Sheffield United move into automatic promotion places
David McGoldrick scored his 10th goal of the season as
Sheffield United beat QPR to move into the Championship's
top two. The Irish international scored the winning goal before
half-time, heading Ollie Norwood's cross home as the Blades
produced a solid, if unspectacular, performance to
edge what was largely an even contest at Bramall Lane.
John Egan came close to making it 2-0 late on when he nodded
wide at the far post, but United were rarely seriously threatened
by the Hoops as they bounced back from their shock FA Cup Third
Round defeat to non-league Barnet with their fourth successive
league win. Victory, coupled with dropped points for Norwich,
saw the Blades move into second.
January signings Gary Madine and Kieran Dowell started on the
bench last Saturday and are expected to play a role as a
substitute on Saturday once more. Chris Basham returned from
suspension to start against QPR and should line-up on the
right-side of defence in Sheffield United's preferred 3-5-2
system. Leon Clarke and Paul Coutts are hoping for recalls.
Tickets: there are still lots of tickets available in most parts
of the stadium. Most of the blue areas have sporadic seats
available. The North West and South West Corners have some
rows of seats situated together.
Sheffield United will be bringing over 1,000 fans on Saturday.
[Post edited 18 Jan 22:51]
|FAO - Gillingham Fans Visiting PS|
at 23:20 7 Jan 2019
The match day prices for this match will not be £30 as mentioned on one of your message boards. Most probably something like £10 for season ticket holders and £15 for non season ticket holders of each club.
You will be entitled to around 15% of 21,000 - 3,300 tickets which is the whole of our North Stand. I predict we will give you an initial allocation of 1,100 tickets, followed by another 1,000 at most. But if the demand is there (say for instance the tickets are really cheap and your chairman offers free transport to the match, etc) and they are required another 2 lots of roughly 600 ticket can be offered in the North Stand corners (which are usually home sections).
I would predict right now a crowd of around 10 to 12,000. This game might also be chosen to be shown on BBC Wales and the match will be maybe moved to a Friday Night, Saturday Night or early on a Sunday. Whenever it can be played without clashing with a BBC or BT Sport 4th Round Match.
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