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Discussion in 'Championship' started by JOHN COSH, Jul 30, 2022.
It is yeah, in league games anyway.
Argyle sold out 2,500 at our place for a midweek game after the international break
Doubt the OB will give them any more.
Rotherham away sold out now. Only 2.2k, swear they used to give more than that.
Possibly in L1 but looking at their crowds and capacity, i'd guess the home ends are close to being full most weeks.
We've been given an extra 240 tickets.
sold out again already
Sold over 1,000 in 48 hours for Leicester. Wednesday night, no trains home and £30 a ticket. Very surprised at our away support this season so far but I suppose our start helps!
we’ve only got 2.2k currently, presume we’ll get more if needed? @JimJams @Jimmy Skitz
We got a maximum allocation of over 3k so I'd have thought you will yeah
Full of fair-weather bastards like you mate
@tiltontrev any idea how many you’ve sold for tomorrow? Trying to make a crowd prediction haha
Plymouth have been given 3,400 for tomorrow and sold the lot.
Genuinely amazed our OB have allowed that but should be lively.
We've had lots of big followings at AG already this year, Baggies Blues and Plymouth have all sold out.
Around 1800 sold I believe, with POTD, be no more than around 2k. I’m having a drive up, parking suggestions for a quick get away will be well received Tom
Was a heavy heavy day at Watford on Saturday, even for our lot, got a bit silly, I was supposed to be on the nutty bus for tomorrow but I’m going to have a night off and have a couple of quiet sensible beers somewhere..
The side streets off Deepdale Rd are usually your best bet for free parking. Plover, Linnet, and Goldfinch Street.
The Gentry Bar has opened at Deepdale now, on the corner of the away end. I'm guessing away fans are allowed in, but not sure. Better option than Meadow Street for a couple of pints.
Alternatively you could park at St Gregory's club, which you'd have to pay for but you're still in walking distance of the ground and you have a pretty straight run to the motorway.
Sounds like you're getting old Trev...
I'm not getting old, Joshua, I AM old!!!
Part of the problem of being old though, once you've had a few beers you tend to forget about it
Decent Plymouth following tonight, deserved better than what they saw.
3,300 of us heading to Leicester on Saturday which should be a good day out, other than the result I should think.
Sold 1,000 for Leeds on the 7th too to STHs, if we do alright between now and them I think we may get close to selling our 2k allocation there but won't be requesting anything further.
Leicester away is a good day out, should be lively one to, been to Leicester a few times, and had a good day out, got a feeling u might just nick a point as well, good luck and enjoy your day out.
Top man mate, hope you’re keeping well.
Will do my research in work Friday before I leave but do you have any pub recommendations for it? We’ll avoid the pubs on away days guide or the Wetherspoons where most our fans will end up and see what we can find.
There is one near the train station, i think it's called the parcel yard, a good size pub, with a pool table if i remember correctly. Also another pub we went to was the counting house, which had a mixture of home and away fans, i went last time in a cup game on a wednesday night, when Clough was our gaffer so around 10 years ago, also went in our promotion season under wee Billy Davis around 2006, it was a saturday and we drew 1-1, was in a right state lol,.
All good thanks mate, a bit of a slow start for us Rams, but plenty of time to improve.
How has Jason Knight settled in. All the best for the season.