Me and two mates have decided that now family, work commitments, apathy etc are sorted we want to come to football every Saturday game, we can't do midweek games, so was wondering if it would be cheaper to pay on the day or get season tickets. Based on this season what would've been best. Cheers.
Not only have they been found in every British waterway but the River Tame in Manchester had 1000 pieces per litre of water!!! The main culprits were car tyre dust, clothing fibres, paint, road markings and nurdles. The report says that once in the water they go on to permeate every level of the food chain. Shocking and sad.
Well it does to me and others I've spoken too. I was out Saturday night talking to a couple of mates who like me have been to the odd game here and there but had certainly got apathetic about going to watch Ipswich over the last few years. It wasn't all down to the entertainment value but also family and work commitments. We all used to go to most games and have now got the appetite back even though we may(will) be in League one. The last few games have swung it for us. I wonder if there are others who feel the same.
If we are struggling next season in League one after a couple of months then fine but give the man a chance to have a preseason and reshape the team. He inherited a poor side and Pep Guardiola would struggle to keep us up. Some people on here are so deluded it's unreal.