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Ashtonboy

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  1. What brainless **** decides to throw a flair in front of the only section that cannot escape the smoke.i saw at least one elderly chap in a wheelchair distressed, holding a cloth in front of his face being wheeled out. Disgraceful.
  2. The gardens (back yards) are about 15/20 feet in that part of Ashton Rd, used to live in 61.
  3. Lou Peters, Tony Ford and Jantzen Derrick are there circa 1968 perhaps.
  4. Ok Monkeh, no need to shout! my point is that this is not a unique situation. Football is unique in that far more tolerance is given to "companies"in this situation. A retailer would now be closed and history. A way out will be found even if Bolton have to take the pain of several steps backwards.
  5. We were on our arses in 1982, yet youth and hope got us through, as has dozens of clubs since.
  6. Out of contract, no offers from anywhere else, like hundreds of pro players this summer! The will get players.
  7. Difficult to judge with all your mates around. But from afar it looks like there's plenty of space. Many of my friends in other parts of the ground have also said that expanding S82 seems a strange idea. Also stroll along to S23/24/25 and see the average age of the supporter's
  8. I would also question the need for expansion yet. From S23 it appears to be under used on many occasions last season, even when supposedly sold out, even allowing for the 10% reduction for standing.
  9. RIP Alan. Fond memories.
  10. PM your address and I'll pop around and give you a quote!
  11. Ashtonboy

    Fammy

    The post or Fammy?
  12. Why does there have to be a "worst"? The seat was as comfortable as my seat in the south stand, the same pasties were available and the beer identical. I was also a lot closer to the action, and although the stand is not that old it felt a little more "old school". Personal choice and all that and that's not to say I don't think the stadium revamp is not superb.
  13. Don't agree. I would go back to my Atyeo stand seat behind the goal if given the chance.
  14. Nothing stopping you before the match and at half time having a beer in the concourse. If you want to sit near each other during the match, just wait until KO and there will be hundreds of empty seats in the south stand. Always are despite being a sell out.
  15. The keeper brought the club, the manager and the game into disrepute.
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