Fulham (A)

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Re: Fulham (A)

by Kitsondinho » 06 Apr 2018 20:04

Rea Ding wrote:IN! too close an away game not to go even at those prices. Could be a bloodbath

Unlike the league game there last yea......oh... :wink:

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Re: Fulham (A)

by Pepe the Horseman » 07 Apr 2018 10:45

Been offered free tickets in either the Hammersmith end or Putney end. Is Putney end the neutral stand? I'm 50/50 at the mo.

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by CountryRoyal » 07 Apr 2018 11:56

Pepe the Horseman wrote:Been offered free tickets in either the Hammersmith end or Putney end. Is Putney end the neutral stand? I'm 50/50 at the mo.


Has this sold out? oxf*rd sake I might have had a mare here.

NVM just got off the phone with the ticket office, we've only sold 700 :shock:

IN.

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Re: Fulham (A)

by Pepe the Horseman » 07 Apr 2018 13:11

CountryRoyal wrote:
Pepe the Horseman wrote:Been offered free tickets in either the Hammersmith end or Putney end. Is Putney end the neutral stand? I'm 50/50 at the mo.


Has this sold out? oxf*rd sake I might have had a mare here.

NVM just got off the phone with the ticket office, we've only sold 700 :shock:

IN.

Someone at work lives round the corner from craven cottage and has been offered tickets as a gesture of goodwill for putting up with their rowdy fans all season. Wondering if I can just go in the neutral end and hope the nice stewards will let me into the away end. They're right next to each other aren't they?

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Re: Fulham (A)

by CountryRoyal » 07 Apr 2018 17:07

Pepe the Horseman wrote:
CountryRoyal wrote:
Pepe the Horseman wrote:Been offered free tickets in either the Hammersmith end or Putney end. Is Putney end the neutral stand? I'm 50/50 at the mo.


Has this sold out? oxf*rd sake I might have had a mare here.

NVM just got off the phone with the ticket office, we've only sold 700 :shock:

IN.

Someone at work lives round the corner from craven cottage and has been offered tickets as a gesture of goodwill for putting up with their rowdy fans all season. Wondering if I can just go in the neutral end and hope the nice stewards will let me into the away end. They're right next to each other aren't they?


They are but depending on the game will separate them with stewards and do ticket checks at the relative entrances. That being said I’ve never had a problem either sneaking myself or someone else into the away bit if they’ve had a neutral ticket.

Tbh though they gave Leeds both sections and considering the low attendance for Tuesday I’d be surprised if they’re overly stringent.


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Re: Fulham (A)

by Lower West » 07 Apr 2018 19:11

CountryRoyal wrote:NVM just got off the phone with the ticket office, we've only sold 700 :shock:

IN.


How many away performances have you witnessed this season. :roll:

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Re: Fulham (A)

by John Smith » 09 Apr 2018 09:52

Pepe the Horseman wrote:
CountryRoyal wrote:
Pepe the Horseman wrote:Been offered free tickets in either the Hammersmith end or Putney end. Is Putney end the neutral stand? I'm 50/50 at the mo.


Has this sold out? oxf*rd sake I might have had a mare here.

NVM just got off the phone with the ticket office, we've only sold 700 :shock:

IN.

Someone at work lives round the corner from craven cottage and has been offered tickets as a gesture of goodwill for putting up with their rowdy fans all season. Wondering if I can just go in the neutral end and hope the nice stewards will let me into the away end. They're right next to each other aren't they?

Last year for the playoff semi there was no segregation in the 'concourse area' so you could have walked right up to the far gate. I think it's just up to steward checks but you should know you can breeze past them if you pretend to be on your phone or appear to know where you're going

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Re: Fulham (A)

by John Smith » 09 Apr 2018 09:58

Also, I have 1 ticket for sale in the away end. Meet in Reading area this eve.

£20

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by LWJ » 09 Apr 2018 10:06

Pepe the Horseman wrote:Someone at work lives round the corner from craven cottage and has been offered tickets as a gesture of goodwill for putting up with their rowdy fans all season. Wondering if I can just go in the neutral end and hope the nice stewards will let me into the away end. They're right next to each other aren't they?

For the playoff semi I got tickets in the 'neutral' section then just walked through the concourse and blagged it with a steward saying I had literally just walked past him how can you forget me.


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Re: Fulham (A)

by jd82 » 09 Apr 2018 11:19

i'm quite excited about this now!

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Re: Fulham (A)

by John Madejski's Wallet » 10 Apr 2018 13:48

Paid £60 for two tickets but I've f*cked my back up so ain't going

....bet we f*cking win now :evil:

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Re: Fulham (A)

by KDRF » 10 Apr 2018 14:00

Anyone got any spare tickets for tonight? I may be able to go now but not feeling paying £35 on the gate.

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Re: Fulham (A)

by genome » 10 Apr 2018 14:16

Erm, I think JMW has one


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Re: Fulham (A)

by biff » 10 Apr 2018 14:45

Had sold 900 by yesterday afternoon. Not too bad all things considered.

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Re: Fulham (A)

by Green » 10 Apr 2018 16:26

jd82 wrote:i'm quite excited about this now!

Looking forward to a couple of beers with Accra Royal but pretty :| about the prospect of sitting through 90 minutes of football TBH.

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