departing players and those yet to be offered contract

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Re: departing players and those yet to be offered contract

Post by jackknife » Thu May 16, 2019 9:08 am

tigerfeat wrote:I've not seen it put anywhere how many tickets for Anfield we've sold id guess we would take 1200 -1400 about 3,000 down on the last two years which would tie in with the gate for the last home game
I know there are all different things to factor in but that's a alarming drop of support in such a short space of time
I saw a table of which fans had sold the most we were 7th with Wakey Salford Catalan London n Huddersfield behind us
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Re: departing players and those yet to be offered contract

Post by SREGITSAC » Thu May 16, 2019 9:11 am

There’ll be two less at Anfield from my house but that’s nothing to do with our performances, it’s location and the fact we have plans that weekend.

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Re: departing players and those yet to be offered contract

Post by Tamworth Tiger » Thu May 16, 2019 10:51 am

tigerfeat wrote:I've not seen it put anywhere how many tickets for Anfield we've sold id guess we would take 1200 -1400 about 3,000 down on the last two years which would tie in with the gate for the last home game
I know there are all different things to factor in but that's a alarming drop of support in such a short space of time
Venue makes a massive difference and for anyone stopping accommodation wasn’t that easy to find months ago
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Re: departing players and those yet to be offered contract

Post by Keithy » Thu May 16, 2019 12:31 pm

Newcastle was spot on for a festival of rugby league. Fantastic stadium in a city centre location with plenty of things to do.

if you didn't want to be trapped in the ground all day you could nip into the centre, have a bite to eat and a couple of beers and then back into the ground for more rugby. Have a great night out and then back for more on the Sunday.

At Anfield if you don't want to watch a game I suppose you could go for a walk around the houses surrounding the ground because there's nothing else to do. Stuck in the ground paying inflated prices for a beer and eating poor food.

That's why I'll be sat in the Green Dragon in Ponte watching with my feet up.

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Re: departing players and those yet to be offered contract

Post by Scoopage » Thu May 16, 2019 2:33 pm

Keithy wrote:Newcastle was spot on for a festival of rugby league. Fantastic stadium in a city centre location with plenty of things to do.

if you didn't want to be trapped in the ground all day you could nip into the centre, have a bite to eat and a couple of beers and then back into the ground for more rugby. Have a great night out and then back for more on the Sunday.

At Anfield if you don't want to watch a game I suppose you could go for a walk around the houses surrounding the ground because there's nothing else to do. Stuck in the ground paying inflated prices for a beer and eating poor food.

That's why I'll be sat in the Green Dragon in Ponte watching with my feet up.
I’m a massive Liverpool fan and only reason I aren’t going is the location.nothing around anfield like there is at Newcastle.newcastle was perfect and I’d gone for the last 3 years.heard rumours of spurs new stadium next season for magic of true it will be another I don’t attend

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