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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? 14:10 - Apr 8 with 2782 viewsCheltenham_Blue

I'll start.

Some customer service training for the stewards.

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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 18:08 - Apr 8 with 451 viewsNthQldITFC

Goalscorers scoring goals in the goals where goals are scored.

The only thing I know is that I might be wrong about everything else.
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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 18:08 - Apr 8 with 445 views26_Paz

Getting rid of anyone who wears a yellow jacket ...

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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 18:12 - Apr 8 with 448 viewsGeoffSentence

A few years ago, and I do mean a few it was in the eighties, Burger King did a promotion where you got a free whopper if your ordered with each paid one if you ordered it in an American accent.

If they did that but with season tickets that would improve the match day experience immensely.

Out damned scot Out I say
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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 19:12 - Apr 8 with 404 viewsjeera

What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 18:06 - Apr 8 by SitfcB

The stuff they sell at the moment brings in money, they always sell out of a lot of things, no need for it to be over complicated.


People have been complaining for years about the state of both the service and some of the foodstuff. To deny that would be entirely dishonest.

Upgrading to make money is called business chap. That's what helps pay the wages, keep the ground up to scratch...

Or should have been, do you not see?

And as for selling out of a lot of things. So not enough ordered then!

Don't ever go into business for pity's sake.
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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 19:14 - Apr 8 with 396 viewsGeoffSentence

What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 15:16 - Apr 8 by TIB

I believe it all falls under one license. Won't hurt to ask the question again though. Even having a couple of lines on in Fan Zone would be amazing!!!


Got any Lambert Out left? That would be great for the fanzone.

Out damned scot Out I say
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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 21:31 - Apr 8 with 327 viewsCharlie_pl_baxter

What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 15:24 - Apr 8 by SitfcB

I always think this. The ‘refreshments’ available are what they are and at the end of the day we’re going there to watch football not for a three course dinner.


Although I bet a lot of people drop in to Maccy D's on the way (including me). If the food was decent and quick to get served I'd rather grab a burger at PR and hang about in the fan zone for a bit longer.
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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 21:46 - Apr 8 with 320 viewsEdmundo

What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 14:36 - Apr 8 by jeera

I am a great believer in the whole matchday thing.

Especially from a business point of view where the club has a large captive audience.

We all know how badly ME failed to exploit this which, as we have all said loads of times I know, given his line of work is all the more shocking.

Besides, the last coffee I had there tasted like dirt.


I'd agree: I stopped buying anything at games the last few seasons. Even ten years ago we had better beer (Adnams), better drinks, and food that I was willing to feed my kids (stopped mainly due to the value being so poor).
Don't get me started on the service though: terrible for years. I tried every season to get them to pre-pour a few pints at half time, just so we could actually get them in time to drink before the game started again. I think I saw them do it once in 20 years.

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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 21:47 - Apr 8 with 319 viewsDinnernotTea

1, Open the turnstiles at 12 and use the concourse as a pub/be able to watch the 12.30pm kick off
2, Employ three times the catering staff so you don't have to leave on 40th minute to drink a pint
3, Replace every single north lower steward, they're scum
4, Demolish the Cobbold Stand and start again
5, Move the away fans permanently to the north stand end, swivel to the police who advise no. We're Ipswich not Leeds
6, Escort anyone out who doesn't want to sing or even join in on any songs in lower north. 25,000 other seats you can watch a game in silence or talk to your mate all game, go away. That stand needs to be noisy for 95 minutes
7, Probably legally can't but open up the concourses for Ipswich away games where fans can watch with a few drinks
8, Show half time highlights on the concourse. Why the hell did they stop doing that?
9, Keep the bars open until 4.30pm. If fans want to stay down on the concourse to waste money on crap beer let them

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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 21:55 - Apr 8 with 311 viewsMr_J

Hordes of scantily clad cheerleaders

Replica shirts fired into the crowd from those basuka things that killed Maude Flanders

Hog roast in the fanzone

Napalm Death playing in the fanzone
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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 22:09 - Apr 8 with 268 viewsMKChris88

What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 14:13 - Apr 8 by BelsteadCav



This being played again just before kick off

And after, but only when we win


Yeah I missed this! And some decent goal music too (although goals would be a start)
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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 22:11 - Apr 8 with 266 viewswkj

This forum going down for about 6 or 7 hours after the match

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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 22:20 - Apr 8 with 245 viewsmonty_radio

21st century toilets that looked like they were built with human beings in mind - and more of them. And an electronic klaxon that called out every bloke who left without washing his hands.

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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 23:08 - Apr 8 with 192 viewsistanblue

Moving the away fans closer to the North Stand.
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What things would improve the 'match day experience'? on 04:34 - Apr 9 with 149 viewscressi

Putting Away fans near the North stand end and winning games scoring goals.
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