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Hoopspur

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Some ST holders from block N next to me have had new cards delivered today putting them in block A in the upper tier. No apparent reason - just moved their seats. Anyone else had this? My post arrived and no change for me today. Strange.
 

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Some ST holders from block N next to me have had new cards delivered today putting them in block A in the upper tier. No apparent reason - just moved their seats. Anyone else had this? My post arrived and no change for me today. Strange.
were they complaining about people around them standing?
or standing and getting complained about by boring old codger sitters?
 

Hoopspur

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were they complaining about people around them standing?
or standing and getting complained about by boring old codger sitters?
I asked him that and he said no. I sit next to him though and haven’t been moved. So I don’t know what’s going on. They’re complaining to the ticket office. We’re not even on the touch line so it’s not to do with European games
 

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I'm row 5 in 528 which was £745, and I honestly don't think I would swap my seat for any in the stadium under about £1200. It's the perfect position to be able to overlook the whole pitch and truly be able to assess the action.

Plus, the atmosphere for the Liverpool and Madrid games was amazing, even there.
Totally agree mate. I’m row 10 in block 523 and the view is great from there as you can appreciate all the movement and see just where the space is and therefore where the ball should be played.

My mate is in block 121 and he want to move up to where we are and he ain’t even bothered about getting any money back but just wants that better view. His seat was about £440 more than mine
 

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were they complaining about people around them standing?
or standing and getting complained about by boring old codger sitters?
I had my seat moved for precisely this reason. Originally bought one in block 135 as the club had advised people who wanted to 'contribute to the atmosphere' i.e. Park Lane equivalent to buy in 132 - 136. A load of moaning Paxtonites who ignored this and bought tickets in 135 complained to the stewards every game when they weren't moaning about the game. For some reason the stewards reacted to this but you'd never see anyone being told to sit down in 134. At the Swansea game one of the moaners literally threw a guy down the stairs between blocks because he'd been standing and things had escalated.

I emailed the ticket office asking to move. Initially they tried to fob me off saying that the whole of the lower tier was sold out to season ticket holders. After telling them that there were different people in the same seats at every game and therefore there must be seats available to general sale they relented and moved me to block 134. It's a bit further forward but the view's fine, but most importantly people there stand and actually sing and I don't have to put up with 'siddaaaaahn' all game.
 
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I had my seat moved for precisely this reason. Originally bought one in block 135 as the club had advised people who wanted to 'contribute to the atmosphere' i.e. Park Lane equivalent to buy in 132 - 136. A load of moaning Paxtonites who ignored this and bought tickets in 135 complained to the stewards every game when they weren't moaning about the game. For some reason the stewards reacted to this but you'd never see anyone being told to sit down in 134. At the Swansea game one of the moaners literally threw a guy down the stairs between blocks because he'd been standing and things had escalated.

I emailed the ticket office asking to move. Initially they tried to fob me off saying that the whole of the lower tier was sold out to season ticket holders. After telling them that there were different people in the same seats at every game and therefore there must be seats available to general sale they relented and moved me to block 134. It's a bit further forward but the view's fine, but most importantly people there stand and actually sing and I don't have to put up with 'siddaaaaahn' all game.
I had to take a season ticket up in level 5 as they said all on the ground level were sold out - there are always tickets available on ground level for members/general sale, so much for allowing all the singing fans to stick together as were spread all over the stad & as it is so big most of the noise just evaporates into the sky !
 

manic041

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I had my seat moved for precisely this reason. Originally bought one in block 135 as the club had advised people who wanted to 'contribute to the atmosphere' i.e. Park Lane equivalent to buy in 132 - 136. A load of moaning Paxtonites who ignored this and bought tickets in 135 complained to the stewards every game when they weren't moaning about the game. For some reason the stewards reacted to this but you'd never see anyone being told to sit down in 134. At the Swansea game one of the moaners literally threw a guy down the stairs between blocks because he'd been standing and things had escalated.

I emailed the ticket office asking to move. Initially they tried to fob me off saying that the whole of the lower tier was sold out to season ticket holders. After telling them that there were different people in the same seats at every game and therefore there must be seats available to general sale they relented and moved me to block 134. It's a bit further forward but the view's fine, but most importantly people there stand and actually sing and I don't have to put up with 'siddaaaaahn' all game.
To be fair I think the 'paxtonites' you mention are those that were relocated to the park lane for the final season. I used to sit in 55/56 and was moved to park lane for the final season. Was originally allocated 134 at Wembley but moved to sit near some mates who were in 105.

I agree though they should have moved them over to the North-West Corner or the opposite end but at least it's only for this season
 

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My seat at Wembley was based on where I sat at the Lane to hopefully it puts me in the middle of the Park Lane Kop.
 

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I sit pretty much right in the middle of what would have been the front centre of block E in the old East Upper. Best view in the house for me, and I really hope I get it at new WHL.
 

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after the great job that @LukaMotion did on this thread I was wondering if there are any plans to complete one for the new ground seeing as season tickets are being purchased now?
 
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