Premier Ressie Fixtures

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Premier Ressie Fixtures

by Turns8 » 12 Jul 2006 08:46

See that all the ressie fixtures next season will be evening kick-offs....

I wonder if ST will still be able to get in FOC or will the club now start to charge!

They have initially said they will open Lower West as per ressie games in the past...Do you think more than 3000 will attend!

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by Stranded » 12 Jul 2006 08:54

They could prove quite popular this year, esp due to the cost of Premiership football and availability of tickets. Could prove a big hit with families with football mad kids esp as some big name players could well be involved.

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by MartinRdg » 12 Jul 2006 09:32

As far as attendance goes I would assume it would not only depend on the opposition but who would be playing for the opposition. If a player like Michael Owen was returning from injury (maybe sometime next season!) then that would push up attendance.

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by Wycombe Royal » 12 Jul 2006 09:37

MartinRdg As far as attendance goes I would assume it would not only depend on the opposition but who would be playing for the opposition. If a player like Michael Owen was returning from injury (maybe sometime next season!) then that would push up attendance.

If you're going to use an example at least use one who is in our reserve league. :wink:

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by wehateoxford » 12 Jul 2006 09:47

i wouldnt object going to watch teams such as chelsea or liverpool reserves, i would expect good quality football at half the rates


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by fridays child » 12 Jul 2006 09:59

Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal, Fulham, Watford, Portsmouth, West Ham, Aston Villa, Charlton.

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by Scarface » 12 Jul 2006 10:15

wehateoxford i wouldnt object going to watch teams such as chelsea or liverpool reserves, i would expect good quality football at half the rates



Be warned, the big clubs very very rarely play any first team sqaud members in the reserve teams, so in effect it's youth football.

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by papereyes » 12 Jul 2006 10:35

They'll play one or two, usually players recovering from injury or a player that they can't get rid of.

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by Turns8 » 12 Jul 2006 10:37

You do invariably get injured stars playing to gain match fitness though...Maybe Youth football, but it's still highly talented kids...afterall several of the Arsenal kids who played in the Carling Cup against us were regulars for the Arsenal ressies last year...


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by URZZZZZZZZ » 12 Jul 2006 15:11

Its a bit sad, but some of the away matches caught my eye too. Spurs away at Stevenage (near where my Dad lives) stood out, along with Chelsea at Aldershot and Arsenal at Barnet.

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by Farnborough Royal » 12 Jul 2006 15:41

Do Chelsea still play at Aldershot?

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by Stranded » 12 Jul 2006 15:49

Farnborough Royal Do Chelsea still play at Aldershot?


Yes.

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Farnborough Royal Do Chelsea still play at Aldershot?


Yes.

And now?


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