away days

don1

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i have never being to an away game but would love to go to one soon, i am thinking about going this season just wondering what game ye would think best to go to, as a member i might not get tickets for the bigger games as i think there for sale to season ticket holders only
 

Chatterbox1169

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This season I really want to go back to Villa so that I can sing "4-1, and you f****d it up" as people usually only get to sing it to us!

Want to go to Reading as couldn't get tickets last year. Have done most of the others. Gutted as we wanted to go to Sunderland away - but missed it due to holiday.

If you'd like me to apply for tickets for you as I'm a ST holder - just pm me and we'll arrange something.
 

don1

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This season I really want to go back to Villa so that I can sing "4-1, and you f****d it up" as people usually only get to sing it to us!

Want to go to Reading as couldn't get tickets last year. Have done most of the others. Gutted as we wanted to go to Sunderland away - but missed it due to holiday.

If you'd like me to apply for tickets for you as I'm a ST holder - just pm me and we'll arrange something.
cheers bud:up:
 

nicdic

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When is Reading away? It's pretty close for me so would be good.
 

don1

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3rd may second last game of the league season
 
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Away days are great for me, primarily because there are so many northern teams and it makes the traveling a little easier.

Every year i selfishly hope that the likes of Fulham, Pompey, and Reading get relegated with teams like Preston and Burnley coming up!!

Seriously though, Newcastle is usually a good day out as is all the Northern games. You should just about always get a ticket if you really want one.
 
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Away days are great for me, primarily because there are so many northern teams and it makes the traveling a little easier.

Every year i selfishly hope that the likes of Fulham, Pompey, and Reading get relegated with teams like Preston and Burnley coming up!!

Seriously though, Newcastle is usually a good day out as is all the Northern games. You should just about always get a ticket if you really want one.
The problem with away games to small northern clubs, e.g. Blackburn is that a lot of the northern spurs fans go to them. Listening to some of the accents in the concourses before the matches made me think i'd stumbled into an EPISODE OF FUCKIN' HEARTBEAT!!
 

yiddobrett

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I enjoy going to Wigan. We've taken 4500 and 5500 up there in the two games there so we take the whole end, a big following and make a huge noise. Tikctes can usually be bought on the door and there's a bar under the away end, kind of like a giant indoor gazebo where you can drink and watch Sky Sports on the huge projector screen before the game.
 

Glasseye

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Yeah I enjoy going to the away games as getting tickets and the traveling down for the home games are a bit of a ball ache.

We try to go to most of the games in the North East/West, and its always proper quality time. Also haven't really had any difficulties in getting a ticket for the games that I wanted to go to, well except Liverpool anyway...
 
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Wigan is great for us, the time we packed it out with 5000, when Davids scored, brilliant just brilliant,

super........super ed
 
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