Albion and Crawley face Premier League opposition in FA Cup

 Albion and Crawley landed plum home ties in the FA Cup third round draw.


  But Hastings missed out on a glamour incentive to win their replay against Harrogate.


  Albion entertain Newcastle at The Amex for the second season running after knocking them out 1-0 in the fourth round last year with a late Will Buckley goal.


  Crawley's reward for seeing off Chelmsford in round two is a visit from Premier League strugglers Reading.


  Hastings have another long trip to Albion's Championship rivals Middlesbrough if they get past Harrogate in their home replay following yesterday's 1-1 draw in Yorkshire.


  The ties will be played on January 5 and 6.

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3:06pm Sun 2 Dec 12

gusset snatcher says...

I don't suppose gusset will field the reserves for this one then
I don't suppose gusset will field the reserves for this one then gusset snatcher

3:27pm Sun 2 Dec 12

championshipgull says...

Excellent draw. Really enjoyed last years game and we have a stronger squad now.
Excellent draw. Really enjoyed last years game and we have a stronger squad now. championshipgull

3:32pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chi Gull says...

It was bound to be a glamour tie as I am out of the country ... grrrr !!
It was bound to be a glamour tie as I am out of the country ... grrrr !! Chi Gull

3:34pm Sun 2 Dec 12

fratsomrover says...

Great draw, really exciting prospect. Lets hope history is repeated again. Doubt Shola Ameobi will be a transfer target for us now in January. Shame cos I reckon he could be just the forward we are looking for.
Great draw, really exciting prospect. Lets hope history is repeated again. Doubt Shola Ameobi will be a transfer target for us now in January. Shame cos I reckon he could be just the forward we are looking for. fratsomrover

4:07pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Jonathan Mouette says...

In true festive spirit, Ba humbug... Get it...? Oh well never mind. Wonder if Kaz will get a look in - guess it will all depend on the famous injury list.
In true festive spirit, Ba humbug... Get it...? Oh well never mind. Wonder if Kaz will get a look in - guess it will all depend on the famous injury list. Jonathan Mouette

4:31pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Freeloaders says...

Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft
,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.
Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft ,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say. Freeloaders

4:47pm Sun 2 Dec 12

alts1985 says...

Happy, happy, happy. Is it really such a bad time to be a Brighton fan?
Happy, happy, happy. Is it really such a bad time to be a Brighton fan? alts1985

5:30pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Bowmanc says...

Nice home draw for the Reds. We havn't beaten prem oppo in 3 attemps in the last 18 months. Hopefully, with Reading looking for league points we might be able pinch a win on the blind side !
Nice home draw for the Reds. We havn't beaten prem oppo in 3 attemps in the last 18 months. Hopefully, with Reading looking for league points we might be able pinch a win on the blind side ! Bowmanc

6:16pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Albion In Staffs says...

Freeloaders wrote:
Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft

,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.
Careful mate. Calling people "freeloading drunks" could get you into trouble.....
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft ,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.[/p][/quote]Careful mate. Calling people "freeloading drunks" could get you into trouble..... Albion In Staffs

6:20pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Albion fan in London says...

Prob spank them but we aren't winning the fa cup so lets bow out and concentrate on the priority
Prob spank them but we aren't winning the fa cup so lets bow out and concentrate on the priority Albion fan in London

6:33pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Bucket feet Duffy says...

Freeloaders wrote:
Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft

,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.
I didn't notice that in the programme, bit late now as I always pick up a discarded one or two of them and use them for toilet paper, well thay are not worth reading like our award winning publication.
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft ,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.[/p][/quote]I didn't notice that in the programme, bit late now as I always pick up a discarded one or two of them and use them for toilet paper, well thay are not worth reading like our award winning publication. Bucket feet Duffy

7:02pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Freeloaders says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft


,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.
Careful mate. Calling people "freeloading drunks" could get you into trouble.....
Is that a threat?or you just find it a bit to honest.
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft ,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.[/p][/quote]Careful mate. Calling people "freeloading drunks" could get you into trouble.....[/p][/quote]Is that a threat?or you just find it a bit to honest. Freeloaders

7:05pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Freeloaders says...

Bucket feet Duffy wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft


,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.
I didn't notice that in the programme, bit late now as I always pick up a discarded one or two of them and use them for toilet paper, well thay are not worth reading like our award winning publication.
Please lets be honest.The Palace programme is 100% better than the Albions.Plus its just £3.
[quote][p][bold]Bucket feet Duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft ,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.[/p][/quote]I didn't notice that in the programme, bit late now as I always pick up a discarded one or two of them and use them for toilet paper, well thay are not worth reading like our award winning publication.[/p][/quote]Please lets be honest.The Palace programme is 100% better than the Albions.Plus its just £3. Freeloaders

8:37pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Bucket feet Duffy says...

Freeloaders wrote:
Bucket feet Duffy wrote:
Freeloaders wrote:
Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft



,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.
I didn't notice that in the programme, bit late now as I always pick up a discarded one or two of them and use them for toilet paper, well thay are not worth reading like our award winning publication.
Please lets be honest.The Palace programme is 100% better than the Albions.Plus its just £3.
And then it must have won an award then ? Oh yea I forgot the best toilet paper 100% satisfaction better than Andrex and pick em up for free on the Crodon slum of a stadium, that you will say is 100% better than the Amex and cheaper.
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bucket feet Duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: Plz all note there was know sign of Vicente name on the back of yesterdays programme out of 38 players.Or was freeloader Anton Rodgers name there but we still both pay them money.I said at the time Bridge got the injury he would be out for weeks but you all told me i was wrong.Poyet talks out his backside just one or two games he said at first lol.Freeloading drunks like LuaLua,Hammond,Croft ,and Dobbie are all on much more money than Murray & thats just pure FACT im sorry to say.[/p][/quote]I didn't notice that in the programme, bit late now as I always pick up a discarded one or two of them and use them for toilet paper, well thay are not worth reading like our award winning publication.[/p][/quote]Please lets be honest.The Palace programme is 100% better than the Albions.Plus its just £3.[/p][/quote]And then it must have won an award then ? Oh yea I forgot the best toilet paper 100% satisfaction better than Andrex and pick em up for free on the Crodon slum of a stadium, that you will say is 100% better than the Amex and cheaper. Bucket feet Duffy

9:23pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Freeloaders says...

No Selhurst park is a dump but a very good hard working side will be playing prem-league football there next season.Stop looking at things with your blue & white glasses on & watch the game back again if can on player.Watch what happens when we get a free kick,or more to the point how little does happen.You will see Poyet & Oatway do very little work on the training ground.
No Selhurst park is a dump but a very good hard working side will be playing prem-league football there next season.Stop looking at things with your blue & white glasses on & watch the game back again if can on player.Watch what happens when we get a free kick,or more to the point how little does happen.You will see Poyet & Oatway do very little work on the training ground. Freeloaders

9:48pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Bucket feet Duffy says...

Freeloaders wrote:
No Selhurst park is a dump but a very good hard working side will be playing prem-league football there next season.Stop looking at things with your blue & white glasses on & watch the game back again if can on player.Watch what happens when we get a free kick,or more to the point how little does happen.You will see Poyet & Oatway do very little work on the training ground.
Nah you won't be there if you do for long, and I can't watch iplayer, for one just landed in Spain, we are just a decent striker away from the top, you only had one more shot on goal according to stats let's see what happens when 11v11 I think things might be a little more balanced
[quote][p][bold]Freeloaders[/bold] wrote: No Selhurst park is a dump but a very good hard working side will be playing prem-league football there next season.Stop looking at things with your blue & white glasses on & watch the game back again if can on player.Watch what happens when we get a free kick,or more to the point how little does happen.You will see Poyet & Oatway do very little work on the training ground.[/p][/quote]Nah you won't be there if you do for long, and I can't watch iplayer, for one just landed in Spain, we are just a decent striker away from the top, you only had one more shot on goal according to stats let's see what happens when 11v11 I think things might be a little more balanced Bucket feet Duffy

10:43pm Sun 2 Dec 12

VegasSeagull says...

It's true to say that all of us can only work with what we have, the squad has limitations and we wonder why.

The Newcastle game will be a chance to give others a chance whilst calling on the bulk of out regular starting eleven.

Decisions were made to let this player go or bring that player in and in part some of those decisions were guided by the board, wage caps for instance.
Brighton would appear to have three or four decent youngsters, players that I hope get their chance against Newcastle, not for the last twenty minutes but from the get go, we don't, 'have,' to win this game.
I hope that both Gus and the board have learned from the past and have, or will very shortly, signed the young players on a contract good enough to keep them.

You and I are not privy to any conversations that might take place between Gus and the board, neither now or in the recent past. Is it possible that Gus has been told that he can't spend more than a rigid budget given to him, yes. Is it possible that Gus wanted the wage cap raised or lifted for certain players, yes. It is also possible that Gus had a free hand and bought the players he wanted and money was not a stumbling block, but I doubt that.

January is the next opportunity to buy and sell but it's also the opportunity to let the young lads have at it with Newcastle, who knows, we might not need to buy untill the end of the season if the lads deliver..
It's true to say that all of us can only work with what we have, the squad has limitations and we wonder why. The Newcastle game will be a chance to give others a chance whilst calling on the bulk of out regular starting eleven. Decisions were made to let this player go or bring that player in and in part some of those decisions were guided by the board, wage caps for instance. Brighton would appear to have three or four decent youngsters, players that I hope get their chance against Newcastle, not for the last twenty minutes but from the get go, we don't, 'have,' to win this game. I hope that both Gus and the board have learned from the past and have, or will very shortly, signed the young players on a contract good enough to keep them. You and I are not privy to any conversations that might take place between Gus and the board, neither now or in the recent past. Is it possible that Gus has been told that he can't spend more than a rigid budget given to him, yes. Is it possible that Gus wanted the wage cap raised or lifted for certain players, yes. It is also possible that Gus had a free hand and bought the players he wanted and money was not a stumbling block, but I doubt that. January is the next opportunity to buy and sell but it's also the opportunity to let the young lads have at it with Newcastle, who knows, we might not need to buy untill the end of the season if the lads deliver.. VegasSeagull

7:40am Mon 3 Dec 12

Seagull John says...

Albion v Premier League Newcastle Utd in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup. Should be a great match in front of a full house at the Amex. So why am I not excited and filled with 'can't wait' enthusiasm? Is it the cost just after Christmas? Is it the Amex has made matches against big teams no different to any other? Has the FA Cup lost it's magic or does The Championship just matter more?
Albion v Premier League Newcastle Utd in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup. Should be a great match in front of a full house at the Amex. So why am I not excited and filled with 'can't wait' enthusiasm? Is it the cost just after Christmas? Is it the Amex has made matches against big teams no different to any other? Has the FA Cup lost it's magic or does The Championship just matter more? Seagull John

8:34am Mon 3 Dec 12

mark by the sea says...

Seagull John wrote:
Albion v Premier League Newcastle Utd in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup. Should be a great match in front of a full house at the Amex. So why am I not excited and filled with 'can't wait' enthusiasm? Is it the cost just after Christmas? Is it the Amex has made matches against big teams no different to any other? Has the FA Cup lost it's magic or does The Championship just matter more?
Think football is over hyped on tv, we are told every game this player is world class, blah blah, and truth is we don't have a English player that would get a game for Spain, or even Barcelona.. To much football on tv for me,
[quote][p][bold]Seagull John[/bold] wrote: Albion v Premier League Newcastle Utd in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup. Should be a great match in front of a full house at the Amex. So why am I not excited and filled with 'can't wait' enthusiasm? Is it the cost just after Christmas? Is it the Amex has made matches against big teams no different to any other? Has the FA Cup lost it's magic or does The Championship just matter more?[/p][/quote]Think football is over hyped on tv, we are told every game this player is world class, blah blah, and truth is we don't have a English player that would get a game for Spain, or even Barcelona.. To much football on tv for me, mark by the sea

9:33am Mon 3 Dec 12

Willie, Willie Irvine says...

Seagull John wrote:
Albion v Premier League Newcastle Utd in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup. Should be a great match in front of a full house at the Amex. So why am I not excited and filled with 'can't wait' enthusiasm? Is it the cost just after Christmas? Is it the Amex has made matches against big teams no different to any other? Has the FA Cup lost it's magic or does The Championship just matter more?
I suspect we all feel too chastened and dispirited by the weekend's events to get the buzz yet. I'm sure nearer the time that will kick in. It will be another positive opportunity to test the squad against the Premiership standard, and it will be great fun!
[quote][p][bold]Seagull John[/bold] wrote: Albion v Premier League Newcastle Utd in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup. Should be a great match in front of a full house at the Amex. So why am I not excited and filled with 'can't wait' enthusiasm? Is it the cost just after Christmas? Is it the Amex has made matches against big teams no different to any other? Has the FA Cup lost it's magic or does The Championship just matter more?[/p][/quote]I suspect we all feel too chastened and dispirited by the weekend's events to get the buzz yet. I'm sure nearer the time that will kick in. It will be another positive opportunity to test the squad against the Premiership standard, and it will be great fun! Willie, Willie Irvine

9:53am Mon 3 Dec 12

Yorkieseagull says...

er, because it's libellous and there are pretty severe penalties for that in the UK. Your call .....
er, because it's libellous and there are pretty severe penalties for that in the UK. Your call ..... Yorkieseagull

12:14pm Mon 3 Dec 12

pappaK says...

Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check?
Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.
Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose. pappaK

1:27pm Mon 3 Dec 12

VegasSeagull says...

pappaK wrote:
Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.
Pappak.
The Naz-Car race held each year here in Vegas takes about two and a half to complete, maybe two and a half hours if there are a lot of crashes.
Wth drinks and snack food costs added to the ticket price, yes we have bag check too, my total bill in in excess of $400.00.
The deal at the Amex sounds good to me.
[quote][p][bold]pappaK[/bold] wrote: Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.[/p][/quote]Pappak. The Naz-Car race held each year here in Vegas takes about two and a half to complete, maybe two and a half hours if there are a lot of crashes. Wth drinks and snack food costs added to the ticket price, yes we have bag check too, my total bill in in excess of $400.00. The deal at the Amex sounds good to me. VegasSeagull

1:59pm Mon 3 Dec 12

VegasSeagull says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
pappaK wrote: Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.
Pappak. The Naz-Car race held each year here in Vegas takes about two and a half to complete, maybe two and a half hours if there are a lot of crashes. Wth drinks and snack food costs added to the ticket price, yes we have bag check too, my total bill in in excess of $400.00. The deal at the Amex sounds good to me.
an extra thought. It takes about ten minutes to park your car at the race, it takes at least three hours to get out after the race. Public transport to the race is a non starter.I still think you have a good deal at the Amex.
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pappaK[/bold] wrote: Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.[/p][/quote]Pappak. The Naz-Car race held each year here in Vegas takes about two and a half to complete, maybe two and a half hours if there are a lot of crashes. Wth drinks and snack food costs added to the ticket price, yes we have bag check too, my total bill in in excess of $400.00. The deal at the Amex sounds good to me.[/p][/quote]an extra thought. It takes about ten minutes to park your car at the race, it takes at least three hours to get out after the race. Public transport to the race is a non starter.I still think you have a good deal at the Amex. VegasSeagull

2:35pm Mon 3 Dec 12

pappaK says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
pappaK wrote: Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.
Pappak. The Naz-Car race held each year here in Vegas takes about two and a half to complete, maybe two and a half hours if there are a lot of crashes. Wth drinks and snack food costs added to the ticket price, yes we have bag check too, my total bill in in excess of $400.00. The deal at the Amex sounds good to me.
an extra thought. It takes about ten minutes to park your car at the race, it takes at least three hours to get out after the race. Public transport to the race is a non starter.I still think you have a good deal at the Amex.
Bet their main man running it has not got a long nose.Bet he does not tell porkies at press conferences
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pappaK[/bold] wrote: Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.[/p][/quote]Pappak. The Naz-Car race held each year here in Vegas takes about two and a half to complete, maybe two and a half hours if there are a lot of crashes. Wth drinks and snack food costs added to the ticket price, yes we have bag check too, my total bill in in excess of $400.00. The deal at the Amex sounds good to me.[/p][/quote]an extra thought. It takes about ten minutes to park your car at the race, it takes at least three hours to get out after the race. Public transport to the race is a non starter.I still think you have a good deal at the Amex.[/p][/quote]Bet their main man running it has not got a long nose.Bet he does not tell porkies at press conferences pappaK

6:11pm Mon 3 Dec 12

golddene says...

pappaK wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
pappaK wrote: Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.
Pappak. The Naz-Car race held each year here in Vegas takes about two and a half to complete, maybe two and a half hours if there are a lot of crashes. Wth drinks and snack food costs added to the ticket price, yes we have bag check too, my total bill in in excess of $400.00. The deal at the Amex sounds good to me.
an extra thought. It takes about ten minutes to park your car at the race, it takes at least three hours to get out after the race. Public transport to the race is a non starter.I still think you have a good deal at the Amex.
Bet their main man running it has not got a long nose.Bet he does not tell porkies at press conferences
So you think its a good idea to let the team/management you are playing to be forewarned of any injury problems you are experiencing !,strange!!!
[quote][p][bold]pappaK[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pappaK[/bold] wrote: Security check bags when we go in to the Amex,is that a booze check? Saturday cost me 3 tickets £36.00, 2 Pies ,1 Hot Dog ,1 beer,2 Pepsi = £19.00.I will take a pack lunch next time and some pills to stop me feeling sick at the display we put on.At those prices we could afford a coach that does not have a long nose.[/p][/quote]Pappak. The Naz-Car race held each year here in Vegas takes about two and a half to complete, maybe two and a half hours if there are a lot of crashes. Wth drinks and snack food costs added to the ticket price, yes we have bag check too, my total bill in in excess of $400.00. The deal at the Amex sounds good to me.[/p][/quote]an extra thought. It takes about ten minutes to park your car at the race, it takes at least three hours to get out after the race. Public transport to the race is a non starter.I still think you have a good deal at the Amex.[/p][/quote]Bet their main man running it has not got a long nose.Bet he does not tell porkies at press conferences[/p][/quote]So you think its a good idea to let the team/management you are playing to be forewarned of any injury problems you are experiencing !,strange!!! golddene

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