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Not the easiest figure to work out as some sections of the ground show a sold out message ( West Stand Upper) and East Stand Upper when you look at the plan of the ground , and these sections are always only half full even when there's 27000+ in so I've chosen to ignore the "sold out" sign and taken it that no seats have been sold at all in those areas.  I wanted to find out the Lampard effect on Season tickets so from the beginning of June I had a count up and have been monitoring the sales over the last few weeks.

When I started my little experiment I reckon we had sold about 20870 and since then we have risen by another 460 to 21330- so the appointment of the new manager has not had a dramatic effect . These are not bang on accurate but should be close and certainly show the difference between then and now. 

A bit of a geek I know but I take an interest in these things and as a retired member of society I have the time to do it.

 

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9 minutes ago, SEAO said:

Not the easiest figure to work out as some sections of the ground show a sold out message ( West Stand Upper) and East Stand Upper when you look at the plan of the ground , and these sections are always only half full even when there's 27000+ in so I've chosen to ignore the "sold out" sign and taken it that no seats have been sold at all in those areas.  I wanted to find out the Lampard effect on Season tickets so from the beginning of June I had a count up and have been monitoring the sales over the last few weeks.

When I started my little experiment I reckon we had sold about 20870 and since then we have risen by another 460 to 21330- so the appointment of the new manager has not had a dramatic effect . These are not bang on accurate but should be close and certainly show the difference between then and now. 

A bit of a geek I know but I take an interest in these things and as a retired member of society I have the time to do it.

 

Do you not have plants to water? 

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10 minutes ago, philmycock said:

Do you not have plants to water? 

artificial grass for the lawn - just a few plants takes 5 minutes - play golf as often as I can.  This retirement lark quite suits me - been at it 13 years now .

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9 minutes ago, SEAO said:

artificial grass for the lawn - just a few plants takes 5 minutes - play golf as often as I can.  This retirement lark quite suits me - been at it 13 years now .

Like your style 👍 I want to retire!

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32 minutes ago, SEAO said:

Not the easiest figure to work out as some sections of the ground show a sold out message ( West Stand Upper) and East Stand Upper when you look at the plan of the ground , and these sections are always only half full even when there's 27000+ in so I've chosen to ignore the "sold out" sign and taken it that no seats have been sold at all in those areas.  I wanted to find out the Lampard effect on Season tickets so from the beginning of June I had a count up and have been monitoring the sales over the last few weeks.

When I started my little experiment I reckon we had sold about 20870 and since then we have risen by another 460 to 21330- so the appointment of the new manager has not had a dramatic effect . These are not bang on accurate but should be close and certainly show the difference between then and now. 

A bit of a geek I know but I take an interest in these things and as a retired member of society I have the time to do it.

 

As an actuary and hence numbers bloke, I can simultaneously relate, be in awe of, and appreciIate the analysis.

but like as not it’s wrong!

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