Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Notts Royal » 06 Feb 2020 13:02

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Haha for 5 games - going off his Sheff Wed career, and prior 3 months for us, he was lazy as hell. I’m not sold that he’s the answer tbh, but happy to be proved wrong


Have you watched us in the last month at all? It is painfully obvious that we were set up to play with someone like Joao and it is no coincidence that our form has dipped since he got injured.

Lazy? Is Notts Royal labelling him "lazy" as it is a ridiculous racial stereotype perhaps?


Rinomhota isn’t lazy, Moore isn’t lazy, McCleary isn’t lazy, Meite isn’t lazy, no racial stereotypes there!

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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Zammo » 11 Feb 2020 12:13

Storm Denis heading to Sheffield this Saturday. FML.

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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Stockport Royal » 11 Feb 2020 12:20

In x 2

In x 2 for Leeds

In x 2 for pot noodles for dinner for the next fortnight to cover costs.

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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Elm Park Kid » 12 Feb 2020 09:55

I live very close to Hillsborough but i'm out at £33.

£20's plenty
£30's dirty.

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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Lower West » 13 Feb 2020 09:05

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Only works if you're coming from Reading or the surrounding area though, quite understandably I might add.


I travel a few miles to get the Madstad


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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Old Man Andrews » 13 Feb 2020 14:05

Elm Park Kid I live very close to Hillsborough but i'm out at £33.

£20's plenty
£30's dirty.

Good god................

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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Elm Park Kid » 13 Feb 2020 15:27

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Elm Park Kid I live very close to Hillsborough but i'm out at £33.

£20's plenty
£30's dirty.

Good god................


I appreciate that everyone has their own views - but I just think that unless fans refuse to pay ridiculous prices that they will never change. £33 is clearly too much to watch championship football.

I live in the area but unfortunately have had to miss most of the local ties because (for some reason) all of them are charging £30 or more.

What if it goes up to £40 next season, £50 the one after that? At what point do you say enough is enough?

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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Green » 13 Feb 2020 21:19

I'm with you EPK. It reaches a point where it's not worth it.

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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by Old Man Andrews » 14 Feb 2020 08:40

Elm Park Kid
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Elm Park Kid I live very close to Hillsborough but i'm out at £33.

£20's plenty
£30's dirty.

Good god................


I appreciate that everyone has their own views - but I just think that unless fans refuse to pay ridiculous prices that they will never change. £33 is clearly too much to watch championship football.

I live in the area but unfortunately have had to miss most of the local ties because (for some reason) all of them are charging £30 or more.

What if it goes up to £40 next season, £50 the one after that? At what point do you say enough is enough?

I don't disagree with your basic point but I just do not see the point in moaning about it anymore, some clubs are just horrendous robbing bastards.
Non-league clubs are reasonably bad too. To me it is ridiculous that National League clubs are charging £22 for tickets, who the hell is going to pay that for the quality of football on offer? When you consider they are getting away with charging that price for that level of football can you really blame Sheffield Wednesday for charging £33?


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Re: Sheffield Wednesday (A) Saturday February 15th

by John Smith » 14 Feb 2020 09:52

Old Man Andrews Non-league clubs are reasonably bad too. To me it is ridiculous that National League clubs are charging £22 for tickets, who the hell is going to pay that for the quality of football on offer? When you consider they are getting away with charging that price for that level of football can you really blame Sheffield Wednesday for charging £33?

I agree - I remember a few years back on an international weekend considering going to see Aldershot until I saw they were charging more than Reading do. Scandalous!

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