Albion fans first with chance to watch away game at the Amex

Albion fans can watch tomorrow night's match at Leeds in the Heineken Lounge at the Amex

Albion fans can watch tomorrow night's match at Leeds in the Heineken Lounge at the Amex

First published in Sport by , Chief sports reporter

Albion fans are the first to benefit from the chance to watch at the Amex their team playing midweek away matches as part of a new broadcasting initiative by the Football League.

Games can now be beamed back to grounds, live in HD, at a fraction of the previous cost via the installation of a fibre-optic network.

Albion have signed up to the deal, which is currently available only to Championship clubs but will also be available to League One clubs during the season and to League Two clubs next season.

The Seagulls are the first club to trial the new system for the game at Leeds tomorrow night.

The match is being screened in the Heineken Lounge at the Amex and all proceeds will go towards the treatment of Dick's Bar manager Debs Lumley's 28-year-old daughter and mother-of-two Sam, who has been diagnosed with advanced cervical cancer.

The Football League’s Chief Executive Shaun Harvey said: "While our overriding priority will always be to get as many people as possible to attend matches in person, we also have to recognise that a huge number of fans are simply unable to make long journeys during midweek to watch their team."

Clubs will only be permitted to broadcast matches played at 3pm on Saturday in exceptional circumstances, as they fall within the ‘blocked hours’ under UEFA regulations.

The Heineken Lounge is limited to 300 supporters. To book call the 1901 Club team between 10am and 4pm today and tomorrow on 01273 878278, quoting the name and Fan Number of each supporter requiring a seat.

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10:34am Mon 18 Aug 14

Sheil says...

Nice idea & the proceeds going to charity!

Well done BHA.
Nice idea & the proceeds going to charity! Well done BHA. Sheil
  • Score: 14

10:45am Mon 18 Aug 14

brighton bluenose says...

Great idea - can't get to Leeds so suits me down to the ground!
Love Heineken (top) too so happy days!!
Great idea - can't get to Leeds so suits me down to the ground! Love Heineken (top) too so happy days!! brighton bluenose
  • Score: 4

10:49am Mon 18 Aug 14

franckiep says...

Any chance of it being `streamed` any body Know?
Any chance of it being `streamed` any body Know? franckiep
  • Score: -14

10:52am Mon 18 Aug 14

dazzler1983 says...

Great idea and hopefully a shot in the arm for these clubs bleeding fans dry with outrageous ticket prices! The more fans that do this will hopefully force ticket prices down,let's get it back to a working class game again,power to the fans,without us the game would be nothing.
Great idea and hopefully a shot in the arm for these clubs bleeding fans dry with outrageous ticket prices! The more fans that do this will hopefully force ticket prices down,let's get it back to a working class game again,power to the fans,without us the game would be nothing. dazzler1983
  • Score: 10

11:11am Mon 18 Aug 14

Grendel says...

dazzler1983 wrote:
Great idea and hopefully a shot in the arm for these clubs bleeding fans dry with outrageous ticket prices! The more fans that do this will hopefully force ticket prices down,let's get it back to a working class game again,power to the fans,without us the game would be nothing.
Yes, 300 people watching it in the Heineken Lounge is really going to force ticket prices down, isn't it. And very working class!
[quote][p][bold]dazzler1983[/bold] wrote: Great idea and hopefully a shot in the arm for these clubs bleeding fans dry with outrageous ticket prices! The more fans that do this will hopefully force ticket prices down,let's get it back to a working class game again,power to the fans,without us the game would be nothing.[/p][/quote]Yes, 300 people watching it in the Heineken Lounge is really going to force ticket prices down, isn't it. And very working class! Grendel
  • Score: 5

11:30am Mon 18 Aug 14

hannover seagull says...

Yes ,good idea and a nice touch helping this young Mum through a difficult illness
We wish you well
UTA......
Yes ,good idea and a nice touch helping this young Mum through a difficult illness We wish you well UTA...... hannover seagull
  • Score: 16

11:31am Mon 18 Aug 14

pjwilk says...

You mean sit and watch them loosing with everybody groaning at least we could all get p****d and cause a riot.Changing topic,i think we need a big strong hold up man in the mould of Asongbalonga,and give the fans some excitement.
You mean sit and watch them loosing with everybody groaning at least we could all get p****d and cause a riot.Changing topic,i think we need a big strong hold up man in the mould of Asongbalonga,and give the fans some excitement. pjwilk
  • Score: -18

11:33am Mon 18 Aug 14

JeffLomer says...

I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 25

11:42am Mon 18 Aug 14

JeffLomer says...

dazzler1983 wrote:
Great idea and hopefully a shot in the arm for these clubs bleeding fans dry with outrageous ticket prices! The more fans that do this will hopefully force ticket prices down,let's get it back to a working class game again,power to the fans,without us the game would be nothing.
Shame all Brighton fans don't live in Sussex then like you obviously do, any more good ideas!!
Up the Albion!!
[quote][p][bold]dazzler1983[/bold] wrote: Great idea and hopefully a shot in the arm for these clubs bleeding fans dry with outrageous ticket prices! The more fans that do this will hopefully force ticket prices down,let's get it back to a working class game again,power to the fans,without us the game would be nothing.[/p][/quote]Shame all Brighton fans don't live in Sussex then like you obviously do, any more good ideas!! Up the Albion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: -4

11:51am Mon 18 Aug 14

Rhodes Seagull says...

If you can do that for supporters who can get to the ground why not for those who would be prepared to pay a yearly subscription as I do for Seagulls players and let us watch games on-line?
Before anyone jumps in with TV coverage rights, I am an Albion fan and could not care less about what BBC, ITV or especially SKY as they do not seem to give our club a fair crack of the whip when it comes to showing games and as an example we finish two seasons in the top six and are we on TV?
If you can do that for supporters who can get to the ground why not for those who would be prepared to pay a yearly subscription as I do for Seagulls players and let us watch games on-line? Before anyone jumps in with TV coverage rights, I am an Albion fan and could not care less about what BBC, ITV or especially SKY as they do not seem to give our club a fair crack of the whip when it comes to showing games and as an example we finish two seasons in the top six and are we on TV? Rhodes Seagull
  • Score: 6

12:07pm Mon 18 Aug 14

hannover seagull says...

JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
[quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA hannover seagull
  • Score: 1

12:13pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Sweetmanattheamex says...

hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
That's dirty leeds all over!
[quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]That's dirty leeds all over! Sweetmanattheamex
  • Score: 3

12:28pm Mon 18 Aug 14

JeffLomer says...

hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
[quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 0

12:28pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Jonathan Mouette says...

I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are...
http://www.whoscored
.com/Articles/DViIVW
CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg
This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to...
OMG GBO UTA

GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)
I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are... http://www.whoscored .com/Articles/DViIVW CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to... OMG GBO UTA GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!) Jonathan Mouette
  • Score: -6

12:35pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Jonathan Mouette wrote:
I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are...
http://www.whoscored

.com/Articles/DViIVW

CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg
This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to...
OMG GBO UTA

GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)
Do you really think it was a choice between a beamback of the match and signing a new player? Do you think David Burke has been working on this instead of recruitment? There are more than three employees at the club, you know.
[quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are... http://www.whoscored .com/Articles/DViIVW CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to... OMG GBO UTA GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)[/p][/quote]Do you really think it was a choice between a beamback of the match and signing a new player? Do you think David Burke has been working on this instead of recruitment? There are more than three employees at the club, you know. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 5

12:52pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Sweetmanattheamex says...

Hearing sunderland have put an £8 mill bid in for sam byram and hes having a medical today? Hopefully he'll miss the match tomoz nite. UTA
Hearing sunderland have put an £8 mill bid in for sam byram and hes having a medical today? Hopefully he'll miss the match tomoz nite. UTA Sweetmanattheamex
  • Score: 4

1:04pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Jonathan Mouette says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Jonathan Mouette wrote:
I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are...
http://www.whoscored


.com/Articles/DViIVW


CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg
This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to...
OMG GBO UTA

GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)
Do you really think it was a choice between a beamback of the match and signing a new player? Do you think David Burke has been working on this instead of recruitment? There are more than three employees at the club, you know.
From this it appears you honestly believe he has been working on recruitment. I would like to apply the term Dyck Head but I don't know to whom I should apply it...!!!
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are... http://www.whoscored .com/Articles/DViIVW CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to... OMG GBO UTA GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)[/p][/quote]Do you really think it was a choice between a beamback of the match and signing a new player? Do you think David Burke has been working on this instead of recruitment? There are more than three employees at the club, you know.[/p][/quote]From this it appears you honestly believe he has been working on recruitment. I would like to apply the term Dyck Head but I don't know to whom I should apply it...!!! Jonathan Mouette
  • Score: -4

1:09pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Cap'n Pugwash says...

Jonathan Mouette wrote:
I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are...
http://www.whoscored

.com/Articles/DViIVW

CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg
This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to...
OMG GBO UTA

GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)
According to that site we released Upson and he subsequently went to Leicester. Ulloa's departure was known in May? I don't think I'll be using whoscored.com for my Albion updates.
[quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are... http://www.whoscored .com/Articles/DViIVW CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to... OMG GBO UTA GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)[/p][/quote]According to that site we released Upson and he subsequently went to Leicester. Ulloa's departure was known in May? I don't think I'll be using whoscored.com for my Albion updates. Cap'n Pugwash
  • Score: 3

1:12pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Jonathan Mouette wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Jonathan Mouette wrote:
I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are...
http://www.whoscored



.com/Articles/DViIVW



CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg
This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to...
OMG GBO UTA

GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)
Do you really think it was a choice between a beamback of the match and signing a new player? Do you think David Burke has been working on this instead of recruitment? There are more than three employees at the club, you know.
From this it appears you honestly believe he has been working on recruitment. I would like to apply the term Dyck Head but I don't know to whom I should apply it...!!!
If you're struggling for a target, try a mirror.

Of course Burke has been working on recruitment. Grow up and leave the snark to others.
[quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are... http://www.whoscored .com/Articles/DViIVW CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to... OMG GBO UTA GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)[/p][/quote]Do you really think it was a choice between a beamback of the match and signing a new player? Do you think David Burke has been working on this instead of recruitment? There are more than three employees at the club, you know.[/p][/quote]From this it appears you honestly believe he has been working on recruitment. I would like to apply the term Dyck Head but I don't know to whom I should apply it...!!![/p][/quote]If you're struggling for a target, try a mirror. Of course Burke has been working on recruitment. Grow up and leave the snark to others. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 6

1:14pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Cap'n Pugwash says...

Jonathan Mouette wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Jonathan Mouette wrote:
I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are...
http://www.whoscored



.com/Articles/DViIVW



CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg
This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to...
OMG GBO UTA

GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)
Do you really think it was a choice between a beamback of the match and signing a new player? Do you think David Burke has been working on this instead of recruitment? There are more than three employees at the club, you know.
From this it appears you honestly believe he has been working on recruitment. I would like to apply the term Dyck Head but I don't know to whom I should apply it...!!!
From this it appears you you honestly believe he hasn't been working on recruitment. WTF do you think he does with his time? I am not a big fan of Burke but he clearly DOES try and get players in-go back and see who he has bought to the club since he's been here.

Did you write that nonsense in whoscored.com?
[quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are... http://www.whoscored .com/Articles/DViIVW CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to... OMG GBO UTA GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)[/p][/quote]Do you really think it was a choice between a beamback of the match and signing a new player? Do you think David Burke has been working on this instead of recruitment? There are more than three employees at the club, you know.[/p][/quote]From this it appears you honestly believe he has been working on recruitment. I would like to apply the term Dyck Head but I don't know to whom I should apply it...!!![/p][/quote]From this it appears you you honestly believe he hasn't been working on recruitment. WTF do you think he does with his time? I am not a big fan of Burke but he clearly DOES try and get players in-go back and see who he has bought to the club since he's been here. Did you write that nonsense in whoscored.com? Cap'n Pugwash
  • Score: 6

1:20pm Mon 18 Aug 14

the taffster says...

Good idea and a good cause but I think its just going to be a moanathon for most supporters....I've been a fan for years but the only way we will get a result tomorrow is if we play with a square ball...uta
Good idea and a good cause but I think its just going to be a moanathon for most supporters....I've been a fan for years but the only way we will get a result tomorrow is if we play with a square ball...uta the taffster
  • Score: -9

1:22pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Jonathan Mouette says...

Cap'n Pugwash wrote:
Jonathan Mouette wrote:
I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are...
http://www.whoscored


.com/Articles/DViIVW


CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg
This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to...
OMG GBO UTA

GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)
According to that site we released Upson and he subsequently went to Leicester. Ulloa's departure was known in May? I don't think I'll be using whoscored.com for my Albion updates.
So Cap'n you don't think Ulloa had been tapped up and or taken a decison to go weeks prior (in May...?) to his signing for LCFC...??? And Upson..? Whilst I accept there is a certain amount of rubbish floating around I suggest yuo keep scouring the numerous sites and see what goes round - it usually comes round - eventually.
[quote][p][bold]Cap'n Pugwash[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jonathan Mouette[/bold] wrote: I sincrely wish every bit of good luck to the young lady concerned but in all honesty I would like the suits to stop friggin' around with gimmicks and get this shambles sorted. Another interesting article has appeared on newsnow.com which sums up where we are... http://www.whoscored .com/Articles/DViIVW CipUuBi0RHBDt_xg This is not why I go to the Amex every other week or am likely to queue for matches too far away for me to get to... OMG GBO UTA GBO = Get Burke Out (simples!!!)[/p][/quote]According to that site we released Upson and he subsequently went to Leicester. Ulloa's departure was known in May? I don't think I'll be using whoscored.com for my Albion updates.[/p][/quote]So Cap'n you don't think Ulloa had been tapped up and or taken a decison to go weeks prior (in May...?) to his signing for LCFC...??? And Upson..? Whilst I accept there is a certain amount of rubbish floating around I suggest yuo keep scouring the numerous sites and see what goes round - it usually comes round - eventually. Jonathan Mouette
  • Score: 0

1:27pm Mon 18 Aug 14

VegasSeagull says...

One quiet office at the Amex. One television, hooked up to the new supply line in that office, with a quality web cam aimed at it. One secure pay per view web site (10 quid seems fair). Now the match can be watched by any fan, anywhere in the world on their computer in their own home. That would bring in some money.
One quiet office at the Amex. One television, hooked up to the new supply line in that office, with a quality web cam aimed at it. One secure pay per view web site (10 quid seems fair). Now the match can be watched by any fan, anywhere in the world on their computer in their own home. That would bring in some money. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 6

2:04pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Rhodes Seagull says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
One quiet office at the Amex. One television, hooked up to the new supply line in that office, with a quality web cam aimed at it. One secure pay per view web site (10 quid seems fair). Now the match can be watched by any fan, anywhere in the world on their computer in their own home. That would bring in some money.
Vegas!! WAKE UP!! WAKE UP!!!
Your having a nightmare!!
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: One quiet office at the Amex. One television, hooked up to the new supply line in that office, with a quality web cam aimed at it. One secure pay per view web site (10 quid seems fair). Now the match can be watched by any fan, anywhere in the world on their computer in their own home. That would bring in some money.[/p][/quote]Vegas!! WAKE UP!! WAKE UP!!! Your having a nightmare!! Rhodes Seagull
  • Score: -1

2:12pm Mon 18 Aug 14

VegasSeagull says...

Rhodes Seagull wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
One quiet office at the Amex. One television, hooked up to the new supply line in that office, with a quality web cam aimed at it. One secure pay per view web site (10 quid seems fair). Now the match can be watched by any fan, anywhere in the world on their computer in their own home. That would bring in some money.
Vegas!! WAKE UP!! WAKE UP!!!
Your having a nightmare!!
:-)) yep
[quote][p][bold]Rhodes Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: One quiet office at the Amex. One television, hooked up to the new supply line in that office, with a quality web cam aimed at it. One secure pay per view web site (10 quid seems fair). Now the match can be watched by any fan, anywhere in the world on their computer in their own home. That would bring in some money.[/p][/quote]Vegas!! WAKE UP!! WAKE UP!!! Your having a nightmare!![/p][/quote]:-)) yep VegasSeagull
  • Score: 3

2:15pm Mon 18 Aug 14

dazzler1983 says...

Grendel wrote:
dazzler1983 wrote:
Great idea and hopefully a shot in the arm for these clubs bleeding fans dry with outrageous ticket prices! The more fans that do this will hopefully force ticket prices down,let's get it back to a working class game again,power to the fans,without us the game would be nothing.
Yes, 300 people watching it in the Heineken Lounge is really going to force ticket prices down, isn't it. And very working class!
Fair enough comments Grendel and i messed up a bit with my comment (bad morning) but you see my general point of ticket prices,food and merchandise being a bit high and I include the Albion in that,soon enough the bubble will burst. I'm trying to think when we'll use the third kit,can't think of that many (if any) kit clashes in the championship. If not its just another money making scheme to guilt trip parents into buying the latest kit for their children. All that grumbling aside glad the proceeds are going to a worthy cause 😃
[quote][p][bold]Grendel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dazzler1983[/bold] wrote: Great idea and hopefully a shot in the arm for these clubs bleeding fans dry with outrageous ticket prices! The more fans that do this will hopefully force ticket prices down,let's get it back to a working class game again,power to the fans,without us the game would be nothing.[/p][/quote]Yes, 300 people watching it in the Heineken Lounge is really going to force ticket prices down, isn't it. And very working class![/p][/quote]Fair enough comments Grendel and i messed up a bit with my comment (bad morning) but you see my general point of ticket prices,food and merchandise being a bit high and I include the Albion in that,soon enough the bubble will burst. I'm trying to think when we'll use the third kit,can't think of that many (if any) kit clashes in the championship. If not its just another money making scheme to guilt trip parents into buying the latest kit for their children. All that grumbling aside glad the proceeds are going to a worthy cause 😃 dazzler1983
  • Score: -1

2:54pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Mayfield sweeper says...

Rhodes Seagull wrote:
If you can do that for supporters who can get to the ground why not for those who would be prepared to pay a yearly subscription as I do for Seagulls players and let us watch games on-line?
Before anyone jumps in with TV coverage rights, I am an Albion fan and could not care less about what BBC, ITV or especially SKY as they do not seem to give our club a fair crack of the whip when it comes to showing games and as an example we finish two seasons in the top six and are we on TV?
Unfortunately we rarely get televised because we play dull football most of the time. The folks at home want entertainment and TV bosses know that the albion is rarely the place to find it. Even under Gus it wasn't particularly easy on the eye, it did the job and that was enough and it doesn't look like changing under Sami. Although to be fair he's been hindered by the lack of funds and interference from the suits. What it needs is a complete change of philosophy from the club and then we'll probably be on the box every other week.
[quote][p][bold]Rhodes Seagull[/bold] wrote: If you can do that for supporters who can get to the ground why not for those who would be prepared to pay a yearly subscription as I do for Seagulls players and let us watch games on-line? Before anyone jumps in with TV coverage rights, I am an Albion fan and could not care less about what BBC, ITV or especially SKY as they do not seem to give our club a fair crack of the whip when it comes to showing games and as an example we finish two seasons in the top six and are we on TV?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately we rarely get televised because we play dull football most of the time. The folks at home want entertainment and TV bosses know that the albion is rarely the place to find it. Even under Gus it wasn't particularly easy on the eye, it did the job and that was enough and it doesn't look like changing under Sami. Although to be fair he's been hindered by the lack of funds and interference from the suits. What it needs is a complete change of philosophy from the club and then we'll probably be on the box every other week. Mayfield sweeper
  • Score: -9

2:58pm Mon 18 Aug 14

albionbloke says...

JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
[quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA albionbloke
  • Score: 4

3:04pm Mon 18 Aug 14

VegasSeagull says...

albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
I think the term, '100%,' has a copy right on it now, and we know who has it, best use, 99%.
[quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]I think the term, '100%,' has a copy right on it now, and we know who has it, best use, 99%. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 3

3:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

albionbloke says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
I think the term, '100%,' has a copy right on it now, and we know who has it, best use, 99%.
Sage advise Vegas :)
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]I think the term, '100%,' has a copy right on it now, and we know who has it, best use, 99%.[/p][/quote]Sage advise Vegas :) albionbloke
  • Score: -1

5:42pm Mon 18 Aug 14

BHARYE says...

franckiep wrote:
Any chance of it being `streamed` any body Know?
Why don't you go and give some money to charity ? Probably not the best place to be asking this question.
[quote][p][bold]franckiep[/bold] wrote: Any chance of it being `streamed` any body Know?[/p][/quote]Why don't you go and give some money to charity ? Probably not the best place to be asking this question. BHARYE
  • Score: 1

6:31pm Mon 18 Aug 14

don't wanna do it like that says...

albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
So if a poster agrees with a comment he(she) is the resident idiot,as that is 100%.
Seems there are a lot on here then.
[quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]So if a poster agrees with a comment he(she) is the resident idiot,as that is 100%. Seems there are a lot on here then. don't wanna do it like that
  • Score: 3

6:52pm Mon 18 Aug 14

JeffLomer says...

albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
[quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 2

7:01pm Mon 18 Aug 14

don't wanna do it like that says...

JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
One of the resident idiots,but this is has been a fact for some time ,even on the NSC.
[quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]One of the resident idiots,but this is has been a fact for some time ,even on the NSC. don't wanna do it like that
  • Score: -3

7:04pm Mon 18 Aug 14

namgo49 says...

Off post, there are many rumours that TB, having got the ground and training facility up and running, now wants out and is looking for a buyer for the Club. Short term consequence is the money in from players is there to keep the Club afloat and within the rules pending possible new owners.

The source(s) may of course be from the malicious minded amongst those who support our not too distant neighbours along the A23 just south of London, but then again............. .

Would the Argus like to investigate and report back.

Thanks.
Off post, there are many rumours that TB, having got the ground and training facility up and running, now wants out and is looking for a buyer for the Club. Short term consequence is the money in from players is there to keep the Club afloat and within the rules pending possible new owners. The source(s) may of course be from the malicious minded amongst those who support our not too distant neighbours along the A23 just south of London, but then again............. . Would the Argus like to investigate and report back. Thanks. namgo49
  • Score: -2

7:31pm Mon 18 Aug 14

don't wanna do it like that says...

namgo49 wrote:
Off post, there are many rumours that TB, having got the ground and training facility up and running, now wants out and is looking for a buyer for the Club. Short term consequence is the money in from players is there to keep the Club afloat and within the rules pending possible new owners.

The source(s) may of course be from the malicious minded amongst those who support our not too distant neighbours along the A23 just south of London, but then again............. .

Would the Argus like to investigate and report back.

Thanks.
Do not know if TB wants to completely let Albion Amex(his child) go.

But how much MORE can he(WANTSs)to put in the club.
If no debts only his interest free loan,Albion are an attractive BUSINESS for a foreign investor,real estate is money money.

Then you have the part argus posters getting on his back.(lol)

Might be wrong but i have never heard,read where TB said I PROMISE PREMIER LEAGUE football,hope wish want yes,now its come on man open the wallet, get Suarez-Bale etc WE WANT QUALITY and PROMOTION.
[quote][p][bold]namgo49[/bold] wrote: Off post, there are many rumours that TB, having got the ground and training facility up and running, now wants out and is looking for a buyer for the Club. Short term consequence is the money in from players is there to keep the Club afloat and within the rules pending possible new owners. The source(s) may of course be from the malicious minded amongst those who support our not too distant neighbours along the A23 just south of London, but then again............. . Would the Argus like to investigate and report back. Thanks.[/p][/quote]Do not know if TB wants to completely let Albion Amex(his child) go. But how much MORE can he(WANTSs)to put in the club. If no debts only his interest free loan,Albion are an attractive BUSINESS for a foreign investor,real estate is money money. Then you have the part argus posters getting on his back.(lol) Might be wrong but i have never heard,read where TB said I PROMISE PREMIER LEAGUE football,hope wish want yes,now its come on man open the wallet, get Suarez-Bale etc WE WANT QUALITY and PROMOTION. don't wanna do it like that
  • Score: 0

8:03pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Alfie T says...

Ward not even on the bench for Burnley.
Ward not even on the bench for Burnley. Alfie T
  • Score: 1

8:17pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ringtone says...

JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?
[quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain? ringtone
  • Score: -6

8:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

don't wanna do it like that says...

ringtone wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?
Because they want freebies.Supporting the club till they die,or is it?.
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?[/p][/quote]Because they want freebies.Supporting the club till they die,or is it?. don't wanna do it like that
  • Score: 0

8:43pm Mon 18 Aug 14

hannover seagull says...

ringtone wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?
Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper
UTA
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?[/p][/quote]Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper UTA hannover seagull
  • Score: 1

8:57pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ringtone says...

hannover seagull wrote:
ringtone wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?
Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper
UTA
If your a kid its okay.

How many managers and coaches watch behind the goal.

Ps calderon worse tackle ever, newport.
[quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?[/p][/quote]Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper UTA[/p][/quote]If your a kid its okay. How many managers and coaches watch behind the goal. Ps calderon worse tackle ever, newport. ringtone
  • Score: -7

9:01pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Alfie T says...

ringtone wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
ringtone wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?
Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper
UTA
If your a kid its okay.

How many managers and coaches watch behind the goal.

Ps calderon worse tackle ever, newport.
Ringtone worst supporter ever, Croydon.
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?[/p][/quote]Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper UTA[/p][/quote]If your a kid its okay. How many managers and coaches watch behind the goal. Ps calderon worse tackle ever, newport.[/p][/quote]Ringtone worst supporter ever, Croydon. Alfie T
  • Score: 4

9:05pm Mon 18 Aug 14

don't wanna do it like that says...

hannover seagull wrote:
ringtone wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?
Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper
UTA
Me thinks half line western upper is the best view.

For penalties ok,unless they are taken at the other end.
[quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?[/p][/quote]Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper UTA[/p][/quote]Me thinks half line western upper is the best view. For penalties ok,unless they are taken at the other end. don't wanna do it like that
  • Score: 0

9:33pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Alfie T says...

West upper third row from the front, wouldn't change it.
West upper third row from the front, wouldn't change it. Alfie T
  • Score: -1

9:41pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Please wake up says...

don't wanna do it like that wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
One of the resident idiots,but this is has been a fact for some time ,even on the NSC.
Like im proved wrong so many times you sad little mug.Me Liam Bridcutt was 100% correct back in Jan.Plus 100% correct about Will Hoskins.
[quote][p][bold]don't wanna do it like that[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]One of the resident idiots,but this is has been a fact for some time ,even on the NSC.[/p][/quote]Like im proved wrong so many times you sad little mug.Me Liam Bridcutt was 100% correct back in Jan.Plus 100% correct about Will Hoskins. Please wake up
  • Score: -2

10:16pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Sweetmanattheamex says...

hannover seagull wrote:
ringtone wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?
Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper
UTA
Agree Hannover seagull, wouldn't give up my season ticket in the north stand for anything. I treated myself to seat in the east upper for the fa cup game against reading. Great view but it was to quiet for me. Ya gotta have a good sing song and missed all the banter. Lol UTA
[quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?[/p][/quote]Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper UTA[/p][/quote]Agree Hannover seagull, wouldn't give up my season ticket in the north stand for anything. I treated myself to seat in the east upper for the fa cup game against reading. Great view but it was to quiet for me. Ya gotta have a good sing song and missed all the banter. Lol UTA Sweetmanattheamex
  • Score: 1

10:57pm Mon 18 Aug 14

south1919 says...

JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
Brighton have been putting prices up each year .last year they charged Leeds £33 for a Tuesday night
[quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Brighton have been putting prices up each year .last year they charged Leeds £33 for a Tuesday night south1919
  • Score: 1

10:57pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Seagull John says...

I would have gone tomorrow night, but still no news if any parking available. So a night in with the radio for me. Hope the night goes well though.
I would have gone tomorrow night, but still no news if any parking available. So a night in with the radio for me. Hope the night goes well though. Seagull John
  • Score: 1

11:00pm Mon 18 Aug 14

south1919 says...

Sweetmanattheamex wrote:
Hearing sunderland have put an £8 mill bid in for sam byram and hes having a medical today? Hopefully he'll miss the match tomoz nite. UTA
Just like you
[quote][p][bold]Sweetmanattheamex[/bold] wrote: Hearing sunderland have put an £8 mill bid in for sam byram and hes having a medical today? Hopefully he'll miss the match tomoz nite. UTA[/p][/quote]Just like you south1919
  • Score: 0

11:15pm Mon 18 Aug 14

hannover seagull says...

Sweetmanattheamex wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
ringtone wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
albionbloke wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
hannover seagull wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion,
Up the Albion!!
I agree Jeff
some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games
The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction
Leeds just don´t get it
UTA
Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!!
I agree with your post 100%
Up the Albion!!
Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA
Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!!
Up the Albion!!
The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?
Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper
UTA
Agree Hannover seagull, wouldn't give up my season ticket in the north stand for anything. I treated myself to seat in the east upper for the fa cup game against reading. Great view but it was to quiet for me. Ya gotta have a good sing song and missed all the banter. Lol UTA
Exactly
Was also in the East Stand and very quiet,spectate but not participate
North Stand, although the sound doesn´t carry it´s still loud enough inside to get you off your seat and have the crack
UTA
[quote][p][bold]Sweetmanattheamex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionbloke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hannover seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: I would love to know how Leeds have the cheek to charge Brighton fans 34pound for a midweek fixture 38 on the gate, I bet there struggle to get 18,000 fans at the game, were go because we want to cheer the boys on but that price is shocking in my opinion, Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]I agree Jeff some premiership clubs are beginning to see the light on this issue with reduction incentives to get families to games The big six or eight obviously not but still a step in the right direction Leeds just don´t get it UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I think its because they still think there a big club but there not now, there fans are like some on here jump ship when it's not going well, very fickle!! I agree with your post 100% Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]Careful with that 100% term Jeff....don't want people confusing you with the forum resident idiot! Your contributions are worthy of reading, whereas his are a waste of space. UTA[/p][/quote]Hi mate, yer I realised that thanks for pointing it out, I can't wait for tomorrows game!! Up the Albion!![/p][/quote]The Leeds price is the going rate. Your not behind the goal you have a decent view, same price as the Amex, how can you complain?[/p][/quote]Behind the goal is the only place to watch a game proper UTA[/p][/quote]Agree Hannover seagull, wouldn't give up my season ticket in the north stand for anything. I treated myself to seat in the east upper for the fa cup game against reading. Great view but it was to quiet for me. Ya gotta have a good sing song and missed all the banter. Lol UTA[/p][/quote]Exactly Was also in the East Stand and very quiet,spectate but not participate North Stand, although the sound doesn´t carry it´s still loud enough inside to get you off your seat and have the crack UTA hannover seagull
  • Score: 1

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