on the day of the game looks like the fan park is gonna be open from 4 . they are gonna make it bigger and sell more drinks in the car park . lets make as much money as we can its gonna be a massive day massive game and a massive payday for the club . now we have two games b4 the game lets get the points
I wish your friend luck Ian but he may be lucky to find tickets for that price unless it is someone feeling generous. When I was last in UK (London) I went to a West Ham game and I cannot how much I paid but it was closer to 100 I think.
yes its brilliant such a shame those other 2000 odd seats went fixed but great thinking bye the club . im off that week think im gonna have to get my super lovley wife to drop me off and pick me up can see a few beers being taken in . defo gonna be there abt 6 ish take it all in and enjoy
we now know the fan park is gonna be bigger more food stalls and more bars . all the money going to the raise the roof fund . they are also looking at a big screen for the fans who couldnt get tickets . its great lets hope it makes loads for the roof fund and we have a good night regardless of the score.
hog roasts 2 bars DJ . big screen. electronic advertis around the ground . they say some micky mouse match on thursday is big no peeps friday is the big one . realy looking forward to it . regardless of the score . imagine if we got some thing out of it would be amazing
While I am delighted to see PP full and the fans excited about the game, I am wondering seriously what our chances are. Given our last two big home cup results against Swansea and Peterborough - not to mention Spurs 6-2 demolition of Everton on their last visit to Merseyside, it's difficult to be confident of getting close to a result. However, I would expect Spurs to rest a number of key players, as they have an intense schedule at the moment. For example, I would be surprised to see Kane, Alli or Eriksen start. But our main hope, I think, is the fact that our lads will not be carrying any weight of expectation. All the pressure will be on the visitors. For most of the past three and a half years, Rovers have been favourites to win most matches, particularly at home. Maybe not having that burden will help them rise to the occasion. We can only hope. Miracles do happen, remember Wembley.