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I was on a family holiday in France when it was announced we'd called a press conference... I jokingly said to my dad "We're signing Hasselbaink! He's a free agent!"

 

Nearly shat myself with excitement when it turned out to be true... even the French media went mental!

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That 'Away Day' membership scheme looks quite expensive.

 

To be fair to the club it’s not meant to offer a discount on the tickets, it’s purely to guarantee yourself a ticket to every away day. Can’t really blame the club either as they’ll be making no money on that price.

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That 'Away Day' membership scheme looks quite expensive.

 

To be fair to the club it’s not meant to offer a discount on the tickets, it’s purely to guarantee yourself a ticket to every away day. Can’t really blame the club either as they’ll be making no money on that price.

 

That's not a set price.  Read the terms and conditions.  It's based on the prices from this season plus an admin fee of £30.  The actual price you end up paying could be different.

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That 'Away Day' membership scheme looks quite expensive.

 

To be fair to the club it’s not meant to offer a discount on the tickets, it’s purely to guarantee yourself a ticket to every away day. Can’t really blame the club either as they’ll be making no money on that price.

 

That's not a set price.  Read the terms and conditions.  It's based on the prices from this season plus an admin fee of £30.  The actual price you end up paying could be different.

That’s not a surprise, they don’t know what other clubs are going to charge us yet.

 

The point is, the club make no money from running the scheme so have no incentive to offer a discount to the fans who do sign up for it. You pay the cost of the tickets plus a fee for the club organising it.

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Yeah... but not many away games are £30. Some are... but quite a few are a fair bit less. (In fact a quick search showed me that the 'average cheapest ticket' is £22.42.... and cheapest of all grounds was £12 at Hull City).

 

Edit: Anyway... I thought it looked kinda pricey. Maybe most people don't.

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Tony Pulis has appointed 71-year-old Sam Ellis as his new assistant manager after David Kemp retired to California.

 

The excellent kind of long-term thinking we all love Pulis for.

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Could explain why he's been missing. I can't imagine they've only just found out about that the day it kicks off in Finland, first match of the tournament is at 1pm today.

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Could explain why he's been missing. I can't imagine they've only just found out about that the day it kicks off in Finland, first match of the tournament is at 1pm today.

 

England's first game is tomorrow vs Turkey too

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Tavinier playing really well for the u19s. He’s playing a mix of centre mid and inside left. Getting into the box lots and looks really dangerous

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Tavinier playing really well for the u19s. He’s playing a mix of centre mid and inside left. Getting into the box lots and looks really dangerous

 

Nah mate. He's a left back if Pulis ever saw one.

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