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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by Oliver's Army, Mar 23, 2023.
Now Sunday 1200. And its Liiiiiiivvvvvve
****e but we’ll still go. Sky love us like.
No point planning away trips early is there.
With the Burnley game included next week that will be 3 of our last 4 league matches live on Sky
I wish they would **** off with these early kick offs
Hoping to get to this one - are we expecting a decent allocation?
We’re on about going down the Saturday and staying over, possibly a bit further out. Any recommendations?
I'm hoping to get to this one as well. Hopefully we get most of the stand behind the goal. About 4k maybe?
Cool. Midday KO bit of a pisser. 8 hour round trip
I can understand its annoying especially for the lads who plan their trips well in advance with travel, accomodation etc but its still good publicity for the mighty SAFC. They love us and hopefully if it continues its due to our continued success
Is there any consistency to how early the change for TV is announced? You'd think people would be aware by now if so
Another early start and probably a reduced allocation taken as a result
Nothing as far as im aware but there should be something concrete put in place as part of the fan led review. Games shouldnt be moved within, say, 2 weeks of the original KO date and time for TV reasons. Power needs taking away from Sky.
Thanks for this. I'm over for the game and had been hanging on for booking my train ticket.
Why? We’ll sell out any possible allocation at WBA imo.
I have no doubt we’d sell out, all I mean is that there will be less demand to what there would be for a 3pm Saturday game so the club might take a reduced allocation of tickets. Add in travel disruption an early kick off and it being on sky.
We took a reduced allocation at Norwich and sold out, this wasn’t a dig at the wonderful fans who travel up and down the country every week btw.