£62 for Arsenal. Bimbobob's take on it...

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Lucky Toma, 11 Jan 2013.

  1. BimboBob

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    Anyone here like the Human League?
    Waxed or not?
     
  2. TCIB

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    Smooth please, it feels good when grinding my bumhole on your nipples.

    (i think i just made myself sick writing that)
     
  3. BimboBob

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    Anyone here like the Human League?
    I have just burst out laughing at a real sensitive bit in Lincoln. This is your fault.
     
  4. akcity

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    I know u did mate, it's others on this and other threads that it was aimed at...
     
  5. cleavers

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    Many of us have included City in it. I've been saying City would do this now for 4 years, if we keep paying, they will keep asking.
     
  6. acton28

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  7. ken_barnes

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    I havent read through all the posts, but i reckon all City fans at the Emirates should do the Poznan on 62 mins...
     
  8. Caveman

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    I wouldn't turn up and I have a seasoncard. I'm not short sighted and can see the long term future of English football with £850-1000 seasoncards and £85-100 match tickets across the board. The future stinks! I would happily take a stand just for the sake of one single game in the whole grand scheme of the future of football.

    -- Sun Jan 13, 2013 11:09 am --

    Ah yes, pay for the tickets telling everyone it's perfectly alright to be charged that much, then try and make out it isn't; good one!
     
  9. Corky

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    Ticket prices went down for us when the Emirates opened - by about £1.50.

    We did not complain about being charged £32 when others were charged £48 - and our Easter Monday trip to Fulham was £25 in 2007 whilst earlier United and others had been charged £45.

    Enough have gone today to give them the mandate for further increases. For example more went today than in 2007 when it was £32.
     
  10. ConnorD110

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    The problem about a league wide boycott is, there is always going to be a big game which fans want to go to, what if Stoke were at home to United, their fans are going to want to go because it's probably the biggest game they'll go to all year. And what if there is a derby match on the proposed weekend? I know for sure that if the boycott was arranged for a derby weekend for us i wouldn't be participating. Any other match however.
     

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