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Mucker1884

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  1. Oh Ok! So how about you take them back for a refund. ... Then, if need be, walk out, do a twirl, then walk back in again, to purchase new tickets. Would they effectively ban you from buying tickets for a match you have already returned and been refunded for? *Just thinking out loud here! EDIT: Just realised (I'm used to using the actual ticket office, living locally) I presume you can still get refunds if purchased on line?
  2. Not ideal of course, but how about buying what's on offer now, keeping an eye on things, and when the block you prefer comes up for sale, exchange the tickets? Would that work? Would they allow an exchange later down the line? Can see why you're miffed though! I guess we Boo Brum for this, as our ticket office can only do as they are told.
  3. Not "in recent years", but I do remember Alan Biley having to hobble/hop around for a good while towards the end of a game, as we had used up our sub(s?). John Middleton (Keeper) had his dislocated finger wrenched back into place by the trainer... in the six yard box... with a close-up on telly!
  4. If that is true, and I've done my sums right, the following points amendments would kick in, (as we stand): Minus 6 points: Sheff Weds, Swansea, Sheff Utd, Leeds, Norwich, Hull, Minus 4 points: Wigan, Preston, Bristol City, Stoke, Minus 3 points: WBA, Brentford, Villa, Fo*est, Blackburn, M'boro, QPR. Minus 1 point: Millwall, Reading, Rotherham, Ipswich. Stay the same: B'Ham, Derby. I don't have time to see how that would affect current league standings, but first glance looks bloody fantastic!! EDIT: Bolton still to play: (At Home): Ipswich, Boro, Villa, Brentford (Away): QPR, Derby, Blackburn, Fo*est.
  5. Cruel! If you're going down, you are going down in style... Tears on Wembley Way! (At least we had the fall-back of a decent season behind us, to soften the blow after the QPR Game!)
  6. Well, I was referring to Rolf (Don't call me Ralph!) actually, due to his "Learn to swim" TV Ads. But now you mention it, there was something relating to the Len Fairclough guy and kids in swimming baths. Don't recollect any outcome regarding those allegations though, to be honest.
  7. Yeah, I'd rather not put my seatbelt on anymore... and I certainly wished I had never learned to swim! (One for the older guys and gals there... well, two, actually!)
  8. ... and whilst we're at it, an extra point (each game) for any team whose first initial matches that of any markings on the pitch! ... Ooh... "D"...
  9. Well, one thing's for certain... It won't be me asking! I'd struggle to word the question right, and certainly wouldn't understand whatever response we get... much like most of this thread! I'll stick to the more important stuff, like asking for a single queue for multiple adjacent kiosk tills, as I'm sick of always choosing the wrong queue! It works in the Ticket office! #makeitfair
  10. I'm pretty certain we did something very similar over here, when Play-Off's were first introduced? There was definitely a higher division team at each level, playing against those from the division below, in the hope of "staying where they were". ...If memory serves?
  11. and if they do, I'd imagine they'd prefer to pay less for an obstructed view, than pay full whack!!
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