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  1. Last chance to vote this evening. Voting closes at midnight. Vote Here
  2. So, any new contenders for Player of the Year, Champagne Moment etc. after tonight's game? Time to vote, because you've not got round to it yet? No time like the present: VOTE HERE
  3. Talking of which... votes still being taken for Champagne Moment, Player of the Year, etc.: VOTE HERE
  4. Once again the Supporters Club & Trust invites you to vote for your Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year, Champagne Moment and Supporter of the Year. VOTE HERE Voting closes at midnight on 13th April. Who do you think deserves the accolades this year?
  5. Any club with an all-seater stadium is now allowed, like Spurs, to install 'seats incorporating barriers'. Indeed, the official safety advice is now that, in areas where fans stand persistently, clubs should consider doing this to mitigate the safety risks inherent in persistent standing. Legal advice is that failing to do so could leave clubs liable to negligence claims in the event of injuries suffered by fans standing in such areas. I remain in dialogue with BCFC/AGL, but have nothing new to report at this stage. There is still time to do something in time for 2019/20 ... but time is running out fast.
  6. SC&T annual voting process on its way very soon...
  7. @Blagdon Mike has his contact details. I believe. I'll draw his attention to this thread.
  8. Anybody actually go to the Q&A? Anything interesting said?
  9. Nothing new to report. Of course, the club can now fit 'seats incorporating barriers' to enhance spectator safety in any area of the stadium where fans tend to stand (and indeed the Green Guide now suggests that clubs should consider doing so). Any formal green light from the government for such areas to be operated as official standing areas is, however, unlikely to come before STs go on sale.
  10. Give Ecki a ring here: http://blarney-pub.de/ He doesn't have the game listed at present, but has two screens and has put City on for me in the past. Mehringdamm or Platz der Luftbruecke stations. Failing that, I'd try https://www.thelir.de/home Near Bellevue station, with 4 screens, so they ought to be able to put City on one of them for you.
  11. Certainly not just Hertha in Berlin! The 'other' club certainly is 'mad', and proud of it. "Wir sind die Kranken", we sing. "We are the crazy ones!". There's also another club in the city, but a bit like us with the Gas, we don't like to speak its name. Just call it 'the club from Hohenschoenhausen'. Used to win everything in the DDR. Don't any more. Wonder why?
  12. I am Spartacus! PS: You can't be a shareholder in a members' club. It's a CLUB, not a limited company. You can be something much more important: a voting member. Union is a members' club, not the toy thing of a rich owner. We, the members, ARE the club.
  13. A quality club, indeed (my German club). I'd say the OP won't find any ground better among the 92 than he's already got in Berlin: the Alte Foersterei! And, also in Germany, as others have said, the Westfalenstadion is a bit special, especially with 12,000 Union fans in it (5 hours from home on a Wednesday night).
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