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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by originallambrettaman, Jul 17, 2020.
Absolute car crash.
Imagine. Someone who reads the MSM being better informed than SW3 ChelseaTiger who gets his information from social media.
Hull City captain Richie Smallwood and emerging talent Callum Jones are to take part in an exclusive Q&A session with Members this Friday (tomorrow).
In a year that has seen reduced opportunities for players and supporters to mix, we’re opening up the chance to meet ‘virtually’ during a Zoom session hosted by the Tigers this Friday, 27th November, from 7pm-7.45pm.
Entry to the session is for Members only, with 50 to be selected from those that apply to take part.
For your chance to take part, simply complete the form which is available to fill in online by clicking here. The form also includes a section for you to submit your question to either Richie or Callum, with the best to be put to the player on the night.
Fans are being allowed in for our next away game at Oxford, interesting to see how the team reacts to playing in front of a crowd.
Only 2k max but that'll nearly fill Oxford's stadium.
Oxford are doing a 1K max for our game as a test, if it works well then they are going to increase to 2K. They can hold 12,400 in the Kassam.
Great news! Though I actually thought the rule was that you’re not allowed to attend if you’re visiting from a tier 3 area? Is that not the case?
No away fans are attending games.
Oxfords owner is nicknamed Tiger.
Go on make us an offer.
If they're all playing it like Chelsea seem to be doing, it's not worth brushing up on your out of town accents etc. £75 ****ing quid...
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It's the thought that counts.
Yep, after great deliberation and thought, I think they can **** right off.
Does he own shoes or bags?
****ing hell disgraceful
Chelsea fans now have an insight on how away fans feel when getting shafted by this shower of **** of a club.
Last time we were there many 'away' fans weren't bothered. The Chinese tourists took their photo's and cleared off shortly after half-time.
Not surprised at the prices they charge to sit in the worse corner of the ground surrounded, back and front by meat head stewards. I'm talking the bottom section which should be half price because of the view.
I didn't like being sat amongst the Chinese tourists either, if Chelsea want the tourists money so badly then sit them in the home stands. But there probably already full of tourists too.
Chelsea don't sell the seats in the away end, the away team does, so any Chinese tourists got their tickets from us (unless we gave the tickets back to them because we couldn't sell them, in which case they can't be flogged to home fans).
You're pissing on lots of bonfires this morning.