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For every 1 of us that can behave we all know 20 other halfwits who cant based on the moronic behaviour at away matches so its a no from me.

I'd say there's a slight chance of this happening, but only whilst we're under Covid restrictions; Reduced home attendances, no away fans, to keep fans from gathering in the concourses. But when

I like a drink as much as anyone and I like a pint before and after the match.  I've never seen the appeal though of being huddled under the stand in winter drinking cold overpriced fizz that's not pa

I like a drink as much as anyone and I like a pint before and after the match.  I've never seen the appeal though of being huddled under the stand in winter drinking cold overpriced fizz that's not particularly good. 

Allow us to attend games from the off please Boris.  In masks if needs be

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38 minutes ago, Rudy said:

When Doyle sticks a 30 yarder in the top bag in the 90th someone is getting covered in ale 

Yep, the lower tiers.

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5 hours ago, Biggish Dave said:

Nothing against the idea but it's not for me. I've tried it for novelty value at a couple of foreign games but i'll stick to supping pre and post match

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Nah, before and after the game is sufficient, that train journey on the way home would be even more carnage on an away day.

Home games, we usually stand up every 30 seconds to let some fucker go past with a weak bladder, this would just escalate it, plus soon as soon as we score, the likelihood is that you're pint will be over some poor fucker in front of you and you will be drenched by someone from the back, unless its a 0-0 or 0-1+ loss, but in most games you're out of the seat for something, penalty, corner, bad foul etc... although that would have been an exception in the Parkinson era were we averaged a goal every 3 games and 2 shots a game, 1 on target (sometimes) and we may have got the odd corner every other game, but we only had 1 up, under Evatt its gonna be raining goals ... innit 😁

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If you can’t last 45 minutes without an ale you’ve got issues. The bar is 60 seconds walk from your seat. 

No from me, I don’t want covering in ale every time We score.

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24 minutes ago, gonzo said:

If you can’t last 45 minutes without an ale you’ve got issues. The bar is 60 seconds walk from your seat. 

No from me, I don’t want covering in ale every time We score.

Nah, just when it’s a last minute winner, and it’s away.

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32 minutes ago, gonzo said:

If you can’t last 45 minutes without an ale you’ve got issues. The bar is 60 seconds walk from your seat. 

No from me, I don’t want covering in ale every time We score.

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40 minutes ago, gonzo said:

If you can’t last 45 minutes without an ale you’ve got issues. The bar is 60 seconds walk from your seat. 

No from me, I don’t want covering in ale every time We score.

A really bizarre way to look at it. Especially from you ha. Stops chugging 2 down in 15 minutes. Drink at own pace. I love a beer with football in any other place I go. Why not the stadium.

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10 hours ago, Super Bock said:

This could be a good opportunity for the club to increase its match day revenue.

If they sold some decent beer instead of the Molson Coors bobbins then people may be tempted to come into the ground earlier and they’d also sell more pints during the game.

Appreciate it’s not as straight forward as that, but surely if the club is selling more beer there is scope to get a better and more bespoke deal with one of the local breweries. 

 

 

If they sold a decent pint, at a decent price in a decent (if plastic) 'glass' and I didn't sit right at the top, in the corner of NSL I would say yes.

Unfortunately by the time I got up to my seat up the big steps I'd have nowt left.

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1 hour ago, tomski said:

A really bizarre way to look at it. Especially from you ha. Stops chugging 2 down in 15 minutes. Drink at own pace. I love a beer with football in any other place I go. Why not the stadium.

I think that's a bizarre way to look at it.

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