OK, I'm going to try and buy 2 tickets on Wednesday for me and my son, but incase I'm not able to, anyone else in the Gt yarmouth area on Saturday want to get together to watch in a pub somewhere?
I could just stay at home, but get the impression that large quantities of alcohol might be necessary to get through the game, plus I don't want to subject my 11yr old to the foul-mouthed abuse I'd hurl at the TV!
I know theres a lot of conspiracy stories regarding whether he's injured, fallen out with MM or that town have agreed to sell him at the end of season and aren't playing him to ensure he is fully fit to start next season for his new club. But I was just wondering whether he actually has a serious illness and is getting treatment for it or maybe his wife or one of his kids are ill? Its like a cover up or something so i can understand people jumping to their own conclusions. Has anyone seen him at the homes games or at the training ground since the injury? I know he was on the bench for one game recently...Rotherham? but what about after that?
Bayleycr, great team selection. Look ...lets be absolutely honest, we know in our deepest darkest recess of our heart, that we will not win the semi-finals. Taking miracles aside, its just not going to happen, i wont turn up expecting a win, none of us really will. However i will be getting lost in the build up, the atmosphere, and to even be a part of it is incredible. Also i wont mind the £600,000 it brings as well.
As a side issue, the much promised 'return of Mcgoldrick' if we get to the play-offs obv wont happen. As many on here know, we've seen the last of him and with rumors he's moved his family up to Nottingham its almost assured. But everybody knew that in Jan. I would even say there is an argument that if he was available right now, would we really play him with his lack of football for 6 months? prob not. I just hope that when we lose, we do it well, we fight, we create chances, and if they are to be victorious, we make them work bloody hard for it. We must make them sing for their supper, do that, and ill leave a happy ITFC fan.
Told OH he would be waiting for a long time in the queue (after reading all the posts) Did he listen to his Wife !!! Took him about five minutes Tickets bought and printed out (now he will never ever listen to me again!!!!!)
Basically we need to scrap whatever game plans we used for the previous games against them. Clearing the ball upfield at the first opportunity will get us nowhere, we've found that out twice. That game at Carrow road was a farce. Please come up with a plan Mick.
Just watched the FLS again to have a look at Scum's goals v Fulham. Now, i know Fulham allowed their midfield far too much time and space on the ball and failed to close them down but that said, how the hell is Mick going to stop their midfield? What do you think his game plan will be?
If we can keep the likes of Hoolahoop, Johnson, Tettey, Howson and Redmond (basically half the team) quiet then it will be a miracle!!
knew it would be busy, logged in at 9.30 and the waiting time was 90 mins but had things to do so logged off. Went back on at 11 and had the same waiting time. Stayed on line and the actual waiting time did drop quicker than stated so it took about 25 mins. Unfortunately the site doesn't log you direct to your own seat (season ticket) so had to fanny fro a while to through a couple of options before it allowed me to log in whereupon my seat did appear. All done now so hang in there. I do take on what a previous member said about the printing. I do have a printer, you have to wait for the confirmation email which then gives you the attachment to print tickets. Good luck to those of you who cant sit by a computer all day. Now lets put right the last two performances against the budgies
I logged on at 8.05 this morning and had to wait 30 mins. I then logged on again about 8.30ish and the wait was an hour. At 9.30 the wait was 1.5 hours.
I was trying to buy 6 tickets with 3 season tickets but failed miserably. This online stuff is ok for simple purchases but we could really do with a bit more customer service. No printer at home either so had to find somebody with a printer. Club needs to realise that not everybody can do online purchasing.
The ticket price was £43 as well which was a bit of a shock to the wallet.
Oh well. Just hope I need to find some cash for Wembley tickets.