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  1. Interesting debate other side of the severn

    No one cares what you think.
  2. Favourite chants over the years?

    Something wrong with people in the head if they want to be referred to as “shitheads”
  3. There’s no way Man City would sell 5000 away tickets for this, they had no interest in the home leg let alone the away leg.
  4. Fantastic. Hopefully everyone gets the message. Thanks Matt.
  5. @Matt Parsons BCFCSLO Does that mean people can stand where they wish? As long as there is no overcrowding and people don’t stand in the aisles?
  6. If this decision isn’t overturned, I expect the FSF will be made aware on the grounds of child safety alone.
  7. Wouldn’t it be good if everyone could stay in the concourse till 15 minutes before kick off. All 1200 go in at the same time.
  8. Surely it’s a SAG decision, or fans feedback etc? Why can’t the club be honest .
  9. Or, if the club want to make sure they make the extra £3000. Split that cost between all tickets sold in that area, and keep the 10% spare. Surely that makes sense?
  10. Matt. Don’t you understand that the feedback from the fans you mentioned, the clubs manner of this now will make the situation even worse. I fully expect if you go that fan, and now say what is going on they will say that isn’t what they meant. There was friction as fans wanted to stand in their normal spots , with stewards trying to stop them. So instead of trying to help the situation in regards to your fans feedback, you have gone and made the situation a hell of a lot worse. If you don’t think there is going to be friction on Tuesday than the club are mad, stark raving mad. Do you genuinely think, that people being away from mates and family members is suitable? I predict absolute chaos on Tuesday night, all of which is the clubs doing. (Sorry by you, I mean you as Bristol Sport, not you personally)
  11. In my case, I logged on the first day of sales, picked a random seat as it’s unreserved...... I expect that is what 99% of people did. All this for an extra £3000......
  12. The problem is jacki, the club probably expect it is fine, they are still so out of touch. Your not in a tough position, do you go and hope you can stand together , or pack it in for the night? All as the club have handled this stupidly badly, all they had to do was announce when tickets were on sale and let people book next to each other. I genuinely want to know the reasons behind this. Not just “we have feedback” , what feedback, just saying that is as bad as the faceless SAG.
  13. Matt Does the club genuinely expect, a young son and father to be split up during the game? Also what feedback have you actually received? Shall we be honest here and say it’s likely to be a club/security/sag issue? I would like to know exactly what feedback you have got, and how this has changed the clubs view on enforcement,
  14. What are you blabbering on about? It’s the way the club has handled it, if the club said at the start of the season this might happen so book tickets with your family and friends it wouldn’t be an issue. would you be happy leaving your son to sit on his own next to strangers? I have no idea what anyone’s thoughts of others being super fans have anything to do with it.