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  1. They do indeed, just found the following which may be of use? https://www.bcfc.co.uk/fanzone/supporter-guides/disabled-policy/
  2. @CotswoldRed to me it sounds like OTIB isn't the right place for you to take this forward It sounds like you need to be meeting someone face to face to iron these problems out
  3. Exactly What I find odd, is that before each game the rugby club ask supporters for "themes" of music to be played? So at least they can respond to demand
  4. Agree see no reason to get to my seat any earlier, the music just blares out and kills any atmosphere anyway It's not rocket science to select tunes that are football related that could be played, but then maybe it is to some?
  5. Oh course we can still do it, will we still do it? Who knows, as long as the side that beat WBA turn up Saturday and not the one that turned up against Ipswich etc etc we have a chance
  6. There are a number of ways of getting to the ground, but the most straightforward, if not the shortest in distance is to follow the A2 into London from Junction 2 of the M25. The A2 actually passes the ground. Once you go past New Cross Gate tube station on your right the ground is about a mile further on. The only awkward bit is about half way in-between New Cross Gate and the ground where the road splits into two. Keep to the right following the signs A2 City/Westminster. You will come to the ground on your right. Street parking can be found on the small estate on your left just past the ground, otherwise, be wary of on street parking restrictions around the area of the ground so check lamp posts for signage. There are no sizeable car parks around the ground (typical British Planning!). There is also the option of renting a private driveway near the Den via YourParkingSpace.co.uk. Post Code for SAT NAV: SE16 3LN
  7. I just think LJ will set up to not lose the game rather than go out and try to win it
  8. Will be my first visit to Taunton this summer, hopefully a decent game for the TV
  9. Correct @The Gambler, @29AR I think you misunderstood what I was trying to say. It's only the barca fans getting charged more
  10. For anyone that plays darts, this is an open tournament we hold every year. Bump the family off to the pier for the day and come and take part You also get the misfortune of meeting me lol
  11. Interesting after the last round of matches where United subsidised their supporters paying £102 for a ticket to the Nou camp. I see Barcelona are charging Liverpool supporters £103 per ticket for the semi final, in return Liverpool would normally charge £76, but have announced that they are increasing to £103 to match Barcelona The £27 difference raised per ticket will be used to subsidise the cost of their supporters tickets in Spain We thought prices were ridiculous in our league, it begs the question how much longer will supporters be able to afford to watch their team?
  12. Details now on the club site https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/city-support-mind-to-raise-mental-health-awareness-v-reading/
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    Sorry to be pedantic, but was by mutual consent The Scottish FA said in a statement: "The decision was agreed collectively by the board at its scheduled meeting today and in consultation with Alex. "His assistant coaches, Peter Grant, James McFadden and Stevie Woods, will also leave their roles."
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