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    Whoever we get I will turn into a swear word.

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    Home!

    We’re at f**king home!!

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    Home to Huddersfield

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    ****ersfield Town.

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    Saints v Huddersfield AT HOME!!!!,!

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    Udders....

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    That’ll do lad.

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    Christ a home draw! Decent chance to make Round 4.

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    Shame we didnít get Eastleigh


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    Well, that ain’t getting moved for TV. Arsenal vs Leeds, the Merseyside Derby, Wolves vs Utd and a couple of minnows will get those slots.

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    Happy with that draw

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    Decent draw!

    COYS!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post
    Home!

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    Nose bleed territory!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post
    Well, that ain’t getting moved for TV. Arsenal vs Leeds, the Merseyside Derby, Wolves vs Utd and a couple of minnows will get those slots.
    A proper 3pm kick off - WooHoo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    A proper 3pm kick off - WooHoo!!
    3.01 I’m afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shroppie View Post
    Maybe at home, I could agree. But since we played them, our form has been awful. The 4-0 gives us bragging rights until we next okay them and as far as I'm concerned about ten years time will be fine.

    I'm not sure we'd get a full house. We've given them a good hiding, now the priority is the league.

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    Absolute heads gone Would have demand for over 40,000

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    Quote Originally Posted by LGTL View Post
    3.01 Iím afraid.
    Whatís all that pony about. Adams is a nut job, contemplating his mental health hasnít helped him much.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    Whatís all that pony about. Adams is a nut job, contemplating his mental health hasnít helped him much.


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    Such a sad cnt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitzhugh Fella View Post
    I thought you were there when Chelmsford knocked us out in 1939
    Chelmsford City if you please...😉

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    Yeah, keep captive audience waiting in the freezing cold so that they have the opportunity to "contemplate their mental health". BS.

    Good tie nonetheess.
    Last edited by Manuel; 02-12-2019 at 07:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    What’s all that pony about. Adams is a nut job, contemplating his mental health hasn’t helped him much.


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    was amusing when he said he was drunk the last time he did the draw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT View Post
    Shame we didn’t get Eastleigh


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    Would be the weirdest atmosphere ever! The gate receipts would be a nice boost for them though.

    It’d been good if they’d drawn Pompey at home, and knocked them out.

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    Great draw for those Global Behemoths down the road. A real money spinner and sure to be televised.

    Surely?

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    Looks like our year then. Best get those Wembley hotel rooms booked

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    was amusing when he said he was drunk the last time he did the draw!
    He was sober this time????


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post
    Well, that ainít getting moved for TV. Arsenal vs Leeds, the Merseyside Derby, Wolves vs Utd and a couple of minnows will get those slots.
    the magic of the cup will surely mean Man City v Port Vale on the box

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    May have to make it a 'kid-for-a-quid' match.

    £2 for adults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alehouseboys View Post
    May have to make it a 'kid-for-a-quid' match.

    £2 for adults.
    They won’t bring many down from Huddersfield just after Xmas, definitely should be £10 adults £1 kids and at least try to make the ground look reasonably full, we’ve got 3 home games in a week with Palace and Spurs so can’t see many people wanting to pay out much for another game.

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    Got lucky for once as Liverpool were actually the next ball out of the bag !
    Dodged a bullet there !

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    Remarkably we have never ever met Huddersfield in the Cup and they will be our 86th opponents in that competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitzhugh Fella View Post
    Remarkably we have never ever met Huddersfield in the Cup and they will be our 86th opponents in that competition.
    Am I right in thinking you just mean the FA Cup. I seem to have a distant memory of MLT scoring 4 against them (perhaps over two legs) in the League Cup. But perhaps my memory is playing tricks on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StDunko View Post
    Am I right in thinking you just mean the FA Cup. I seem to have a distant memory of MLT scoring 4 against them (perhaps over two legs) in the League Cup. But perhaps my memory is playing tricks on me.
    Spot on!

    https://www.11v11.com/matches/southa...er-1994-32884/

    1-0 in the first leg away (MLT) and then all 4 for MLT in the second leg!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OttawaSaint View Post
    Spot on!

    https://www.11v11.com/matches/southa...er-1994-32884/

    1-0 in the first leg away (MLT) and then all 4 for MLT in the second leg!
    I went to the away leg and I remember being disappointed that it was only 1-0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    A proper 3pm kick off - WooHoo!!
    Not necessarily, they move a handful of games to 12.45, 5.30 and 2pm on a Sunday to accommodate overseas broadcasters. Out of the 32 games, most of them won't kick off at 3pm on Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamplemousse View Post
    Not necessarily, they move a handful of games to 12.45, 5.30 and 2pm on a Sunday to accommodate overseas broadcasters. Out of the 32 games, most of them won't kick off at 3pm on Saturday.
    Surely our game is the bottom of the list for any tv choices, there are also some premier league and championship games on the Thursday night in the week building up to the game so that will be a few games that have to move, plus some London clubs who cannot be home on same day so hopefully those will be the Sunday games.

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    On sale now to ST holders at £12 - Chapel is closed blocks 13 - 26

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    On sale now to ST holders at £12 - Chapel is closed blocks 13 - 26
    Itís £10 before 18th Dec.
    £1 for under 18s so should be decent crowd even though cold and crp time of year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    It’s £10 before 18th Dec.
    £1 for under 18s so should be decent crowd even though cold and crp time of year.
    Cheers Whelk - I hadn’t drilled down that far - just distracted by the ground graphic showing every block either nearly sold out or limited availability

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    I reserved my ST seat for £8 (OAP concession) and paid a £1.25 web fee !
    I'm not concerned about the money as I would happily have paid a tenner (or more) but bizarrely I get peed off paying 15% for the privilege of doing it myself online, there is not even any postage as it's a smart card update !
    I suppose I've just morphed into a grumpy old man

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    Harumph, I've just joined you. Derby and Joan.

    Not a state OAP yet (they keep putting it back..), so a tenner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suewhistle View Post
    Harumph, I've just joined you. Derby and Joan.

    Not a state OAP yet (they keep putting it back..), so a tenner.
    You do realise that (by law) you will now be addressed as 'dear' and that 'luv' is no longer valid

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurosaint View Post
    You do realise that (by law) you will now be addressed as 'dear' and that 'luv' is no longer valid
    beetch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurosaint View Post
    I reserved my ST seat for £8 (OAP concession) and paid a £1.25 web fee !
    I'm not concerned about the money as I would happily have paid a tenner (or more) but bizarrely I get peed off paying 15% for the privilege of doing it myself online, there is not even any postage as it's a smart card update !
    I suppose I've just morphed into a grumpy old man
    You’re quite right. The ‘booking fee’, particularly when absolutely nothing is required by the club, is a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitzhugh Fella View Post
    Remarkably we have never ever met Huddersfield in the Cup and they will be our 86th opponents in that competition.
    wow cheers for that fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LGTL View Post
    You’re quite right. The ‘booking fee’, particularly when absolutely nothing is required by the club, is a joke.
    It's the cost of running the booking system / processing the payment. Saints are being relatively transparent, and probably helping in their accounting, by adding a booking fee to each transaction. They could wrap it up into the ticket price as many companies do but they won't be making any significant profit on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanh View Post
    It's the cost of running the booking system / processing the payment. Saints are being relatively transparent, and probably helping in their accounting, by adding a booking fee to each transaction. They could wrap it up into the ticket price as many companies do but they won't be making any significant profit on it.
    Come off it. I need to get 7 tickets, will do it all online, no postage required or work by TO staff, £1.25 PER TICKET booking fee , daylight robbery.

    If it was £1.25 per order that might make sense, not per ticket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRM View Post
    Come off it. I need to get 7 tickets, will do it all online, no postage required or work by TO staff, £1.25 PER TICKET booking fee, daylight robbery.

    If it was £1.25 per order that might make sense, not per ticket.
    I run a business that gets orders through an online booking system. There are two fees to pay for running that system. One is for the system which captures the data and processes the order (ultimately that is what delivers the ticket in whatever form). The second is the cost of processing a secure financial transaction. The system that I chose to use comes at a cost of approx 3.7% of the transaction cost. I have no idea what costs Saints are incurring but if it's similar then selling a £40 match ticket could cost more than the £1.25 that they are charging.

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    Difficult choice for Manager

    Wholesale changes?

    Perhaps:
    Gunn
    ??? ( Valery, if fit)
    ??? (Danso (if fit or Vokes)
    Yoshida
    Vestegaard (unless he off to Bremen)
    Romeu
    Slattery (unless he is still in the doghouse)
    Boufal
    Long
    Adams
    Djenepo

    Cant see too many of today's starting lineup being involved unless their fitness levels are suitable.
    Certainly not many options at full back..

    Crowd .. Approx 10,000?

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    Rotate the squad, play the likes of Yoshida, Valery, Romeu, Boufal, Obafemi and possibly even Smallbone. Hopefully Adams can get a goal or two to get his confidence going.

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    Gunn
    Bertrand
    Yoshida
    Danso
    Cedric
    Romeu
    JWP
    Smallbone
    Djenepo
    Adams
    Long

    Subs: McCarthy, Stephens, Vestegaard / Bednarek, Hojbjerg, Armstrong, Redmond, Obefemi

    (assumes Boufal still injured & Ings rested)

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