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by bobby1413
26 Sep 2007 10:33
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Away Fans in the wrong end
Replies: 61
Views: 5712

Saw a few liverpool shirts in the concourse in the East stand as well. I suppose it's A LOT more hassle throwing them out, than just letting them watch the game. As long as they are not causing problems, what's wrong with them being there? At least 1 bloke with a Liverpool shirt on got removed from...
by bobby1413
26 Sep 2007 08:59
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Away Fans in the wrong end
Replies: 61
Views: 5712

Saw a few liverpool shirts in the concourse in the East stand as well. I suppose it's A LOT more hassle throwing them out, than just letting them watch the game. As long as they are not causing problems, what's wrong with them being there?
by bobby1413
25 Sep 2007 16:32
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: New members question
Replies: 4
Views: 955

Thanks guys.

I phoned twice, and twice was in queue position 49. As I'm off today I went down to the stadium, a bit of queue outside, but after waiting for 25 minutes I got the card re-printed.

Not sure what happened to the original though!
by bobby1413
25 Sep 2007 12:16
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: liverpool sellout
Replies: 17
Views: 1811

Re: liverpool sellout

sam158_uk wrote:liverpool have managed to sell out their away end 4k! thats good for a midweek game


I wonder how many of the 4K actually live in Liverpool? I think you would find that they will probably be from the local area/London.
by bobby1413
25 Sep 2007 12:15
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: New members question
Replies: 4
Views: 955

New members question

My friend bought his first RFC member card as previously he had always used mine/a friends. He bought his member card when he bought his Liverpool ticket. This was on the 13th of September (12 days ago), and he has not received a member card in the post yet. I had a thought this morning that maybe h...
by bobby1413
21 Sep 2007 14:25
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Porstmouth Tickets
Replies: 94
Views: 9362

If I can get a ticket for my friend then I think I'll be going. He's only got about 30 points as he only got his own membercard recently as he was using a different one before. I'll have to wait till thursday to find out. Also, is anyone planning on getting the train for this match? If so, which one...
by bobby1413
21 Sep 2007 13:43
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Porstmouth Tickets
Replies: 94
Views: 9362

I was really looking forward to this match, but not entirely sure if I'm going now. The price is over the top in my opinion, £34 is a lot of money. I'm still trying to recover from last seasons spending.

May still go though if temptation gets the better of me.
by bobby1413
07 Sep 2007 18:26
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Porstmouth Tickets
Replies: 94
Views: 9362

RoyalMatt wrote:They've announced tickets will cost £34 for adults


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by bobby1413
07 Aug 2007 23:40
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Tickets for Chelsea...
Replies: 34
Views: 3316

Re: Tickets for Chelsea...

I am amazed that tickets are still available by the bundle for this game in 3 different stands. However - trying to get two more tickets using the online service is proving to be a mare!! The link system where you match up two member cards appears not to be working. Looks like yet another phone cal...
by bobby1413
03 Aug 2007 22:18
Forum: The Team
Topic: wolves game..
Replies: 86
Views: 17174

I just phoned the MadStad ticket office to report my ticket had not arrived - due to a postal strike I assume. Anyway, it seems they've only sold a couple of hundred tickets, so we are going to be a lonely bunch of Rs in Molineux tomorrow. :shock: Yea, probably less than 250ish. The only good thing...
by bobby1413
03 Aug 2007 17:55
Forum: The Team
Topic: wolves game..
Replies: 86
Views: 17174

I just phoned the MadStad ticket office to report my ticket had not arrived - due to a postal strike I assume. Anyway, it seems they've only sold a couple of hundred tickets, so we are going to be a lonely bunch of Rs in Molineux tomorrow. :shock: Yea, probably less than 250ish. The only good thing...
by bobby1413
18 Apr 2007 09:14
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: How many ST renewals?
Replies: 41
Views: 3419

Dirk Gently wrote:- It's still a lot of money and some peoples' circumstances may have changed.


That's my reason for not getting one.
by bobby1413
10 Apr 2007 09:01
Forum: The Team
Topic: Another match...another penalty decision against us
Replies: 4
Views: 1002

Re: Another match...another penalty decision against us

How much more of this? The facts speak for themselves. We are the cleanest, fairest side in the league but have "conceded" six penalties and been awarded only two. There's something wrong here. Referees' bias against us, knowing we won't complain and even if we did we're a small club with...
by bobby1413
10 Apr 2007 08:54
Forum: The Team
Topic: I'm officially bored of travelling away with Reading
Replies: 274
Views: 25394

Anyone here starting to think relegation might not be such a bad thing? - less money spent on tickets - lose a hell of a lot of day trippers - less "glamour" and bullsh*t involved - probably - in all honesty - a more exciting league, with absolutely no idea who will win it or get relegated.
by bobby1413
09 Apr 2007 13:14
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Scousers in the home end
Replies: 213
Views: 21380

My girlfriend couldn't make it to the game today as something came up at the last minute so my liverpool supporter mate came along in her place. Ok so we sit in the south stand away from the nutters of the east stand but if he was stupid enough to cheer their goals and wear his colours I'd expect i...
by bobby1413
03 Apr 2007 09:30
Forum: The Team
Topic: I'm officially bored of travelling away with Reading
Replies: 274
Views: 25394

but when we sing that song, almost 95% of the stand join in. I've never seen 95% of home support or away support stand up singing that song. You get the majority, but there is still some who don't. When at arsenal, we had just went 2-0 down. The song started on one side of the stand, and started sp...
by bobby1413
27 Mar 2007 12:46
Forum: The Team
Topic: Leicester - one year on
Replies: 67
Views: 7417

kitsons_hair wrote:Town was fanastic that night


It really was. Probably the only good night out I've had in Reading. The atmosphere in town was just brilliant, even for days after it seemed special. There was something indescribable about that day that I'll never forget.
by bobby1413
16 Mar 2007 00:33
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Stadium Expansion
Replies: 1746
Views: 182769

This discussion about standing is a complete waste of time. I am 90% certain that no premiership club will allow/encourage standing in their stadiums. I am 100% certain that RFC will not allow/encourage standing in their stadium. And no, I wouldn't pay an extra £50 a season or something similar to ...
by bobby1413
08 Mar 2007 18:29
Forum: The Team
Topic: Real Premiership Players
Replies: 43
Views: 7187

I'm willing to see Kitson not up to his normal standard for a couple of games.

He had nearly 6 months off (or more?) so he's bound to be a bit rusty. Theres only so much you can do on a training pitch.
by bobby1413
08 Mar 2007 15:16
Forum: The Team
Topic: Real Premiership Players
Replies: 43
Views: 7187

Am I confused, or does anyone else agree that Hunt is a good player who on several occasions ruffles feathers, boosts the team and goes for every ball.

I can't understand why some people don't rate him.
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