sicknote wrote:Rio lower near the centenary but about the 18 yard line would be good as the centenary gets its own atmosphere band two though that
is this not a mirror of where we sit now?
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are the stairs that are about 5 yards away from me the difference between band 2 and band 3, if they are what is the difference in price?
we are a block and a our seats in to band 2
Hope you don't mind me jumping on guys but I'm up for some of this.
Had my first Season Ticket ever this year now the kids are grown up (more money and time) and the atmos in the DMU is so bad. It's been a rude awakening after years away from UP. Some people don't even know how to clap up there. OK they might not want to sing but at least show some enthusiasm.
The away games have been superb this year so to try and find some atmos I've already swopped seats for the Derby and Coventry games. Got one in the Centenery Lower and the other in the DML near the BML.
It's a great idea and I hope it works.
Cheeky git....at ;east I don't wear the cardigans...!!!
I am a spritely 34 years old...hetrosexual, employed, white, English and as such do not qualify for any benifits, deductions whatsoever....
nope dont mind at all. just as long as youre willing to sing away! youre on the list :
greatest cockney rip off
Wanstead + 2 mates
Sicknote + 3 mates
Marky + 1 mate
Anyone else :
Last edited by That's Zamora on Mon Mar 22, 2004 11:56 pm, edited 2 times in total.
We'll have to ask Lost Hammer's mum if it is ok for her little soldier to be singing at the football...wouldn't want to strain his vocal chords...
sorry mate...couldn't resist it..
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