Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by Hound » 10 May 2019 11:46

RichTea94 FWIW the steward wouldn't let me store my suitcase anywhere, so I ended up hiding it in a hedge behind the carpark.

Enjoyed myself in the South Stand on Sunday, was significantly louder further up the stand where I went in the second half.


is that bit true? If so, if the police had come across that it'd potentially have caused all sorts of trouble

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by paultheroyal » 10 May 2019 11:51

RichTea94 FWIW the steward wouldn't let me store my suitcase anywhere, so I ended up hiding it in a hedge behind the carpark.

Enjoyed myself in the South Stand on Sunday, was significantly louder further up the stand where I went in the second half.



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by CountryRoyal » 10 May 2019 13:28

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RichTea94 FWIW the steward wouldn't let me store my suitcase anywhere, so I ended up hiding it in a hedge behind the carpark.

Enjoyed myself in the South Stand on Sunday, was significantly louder further up the stand where I went in the second half.


is that bit true? If so, if the police had come across that it'd potentially have caused all sorts of trouble


Yes because everyone knows the best place to put an explosive device at a football game with a large crowd to cause the most amount of harm, is behind a hedge in a car park outside near no one.

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by Hound » 10 May 2019 13:30

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RichTea94 FWIW the steward wouldn't let me store my suitcase anywhere, so I ended up hiding it in a hedge behind the carpark.

Enjoyed myself in the South Stand on Sunday, was significantly louder further up the stand where I went in the second half.


is that bit true? If so, if the police had come across that it'd potentially have caused all sorts of trouble


Yes because everyone knows the best place to put an explosive device at a football game with a large crowd to cause the most amount of harm, is behind a hedge in a car park outside near no one.


except when everyone comes out at the end of the game?

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by CountryRoyal » 10 May 2019 13:35

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is that bit true? If so, if the police had come across that it'd potentially have caused all sorts of trouble


Yes because everyone knows the best place to put an explosive device at a football game with a large crowd to cause the most amount of harm, is behind a hedge in a car park outside near no one.


except when everyone comes out at the end of the game?


Good thing it’s reading and we have no fans anyway :lol:

:oops: it’s been a long week.


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by Forbury Lion » 13 May 2019 15:42

Platypuss As a Dolan ender, the change has been marked.
Never used to hear a peep out of the East Stand (probs acoustics), but now there is some decent atmosphere being gener8d in the South it's even encouraging noise at the other end.
I think part of that is acoustics, I sit in the Lower West near the away end/opposite the Y24 area of the East Stand.
I wouldn't say the noise is louder, but the East Stand is quieter now - probably because a number of them have moved to the South Stand/Club 1871 area..... same noise, just redistributed around the ground.

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by Wallsy » 13 May 2019 19:59

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Platypuss As a Dolan ender, the change has been marked.
Never used to hear a peep out of the East Stand (probs acoustics), but now there is some decent atmosphere being gener8d in the South it's even encouraging noise at the other end.
I think part of that is acoustics, I sit in the Lower West near the away end/opposite the Y24 area of the East Stand.
I wouldn't say the noise is louder, but the East Stand is quieter now - probably because a number of them have moved to the South Stand/Club 1871 area..... same noise, just redistributed around the ground.


Having sat/stood in both sections the noise in the South is considerably louder on a game to game basis. I suspect you may be thinking back to the odd game when Y25/26 was at its best, which sadly doesn’t happen often enough anymore, whereas the South is more consistent in that respect.

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by Wallsy » 30 May 2019 13:14

Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.

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by The Enfield Royal71 » 05 Jun 2019 14:00

Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.


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by Hendo » 05 Jun 2019 14:14

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Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.


Maybe you should give up this place and join their forum as well?

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by The Enfield Royal71 » 05 Jun 2019 14:19

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Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.


Maybe you should give up this place and join their forum as well?


No

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by WoodleyRoyal » 05 Jun 2019 16:10

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Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.


Maybe you should give up this place and join their forum as well?


:lol:

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by Snowflake Royal » 06 Jun 2019 19:03

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Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.

If anything you said was anything but fantasy, this would be great news for all at RFC.


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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by The Enfield Royal71 » 06 Jun 2019 19:21

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Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.

If anything you said was anything but fantasy, this would be great news for all at RFC.


Why would it be fantasy?

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by Snowflake Royal » 13 Jun 2019 08:21

C1871 renewal complete.

Here's to higher than 17th and double figure home wins with a bit of luck.

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by Haag Royal » 13 Jun 2019 08:53

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Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.


On the basis of last season I'd expect the numbers to rise to well over 500 if that were the case. You don't really get it do you....

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by Barney » 13 Jun 2019 09:17

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Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.



Forest Green Rovers. 4th tier. Adult Season Ticket £391.

Reading. 2nd Tier. Adult Season Ticket £375.

You've done well there son :shock:

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by Green » 13 Jun 2019 09:48

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Wallsy Over 500 season tickets sold so far. Decent.


Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.



Forest Green Rovers. 4th tier. Adult Season Ticket £391.

Reading. 2nd Tier. Adult Season Ticket £375.

You've done well there son :shock:

How much is a pint?

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by paultheroyal » 13 Jun 2019 09:54

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Lets see how many of those 500 are still there when we are 22nd after 3 months of the season.

I for one have given up my ST in favour of the mighty forest green rovers.



Forest Green Rovers. 4th tier. Adult Season Ticket £391.

Reading. 2nd Tier. Adult Season Ticket £375.

You've done well there son :shock:

How much is a pint?


£3.50 a pint
£3.50 Quorn pie

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by Green » 13 Jun 2019 09:56

paultheroyal £3.50 Quorn pie


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