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  1. Time for one Moore before the end of season too.
  2. We must take heart from last seasons performances against spurs , i was at the away fixture be it a draw, we gave then a proper football lesson, even with VAR against us. Yes we are underdogs, but anything is possible .
  3. yes knew of Jimmys passing was a great footballer, and a fair singer.
  4. played footy for them as a school kid, had its benifits drinking Mansfield at 42p a pint, free ad admission to the night club. 1976-78. Jimmy Wilson the scot bouncer .comes to mind .
  5. A great day for the Blades, a win against Birmingham will but us in a great position....
  6. The Owls are on a roll, and have both Leeds and Norwich to play, the Owls therefore have a say in the automatic play off positions, if the Owls won both it would help the Blades quest for an automatic place, and help the Owls quest for a play off place. Hence the thread ..do we Blades now cheer on the Owls??? what a season for Sheffield if the club double came off, sending a real message to the footballing world. In my opinion Preston will also have a say in the run in, playing many of the top teams while also hoping to make the play offs, interesting times.
  7. As a Blade ,i hope Bruce gets it ! the award is a curse.
  8. Am glad the Derby is out of the way, we can now work on promotion. The conditions did not help last night, United wasted 10 corners, and god knows how many fouls contributed to the ref with a liking for whistle blowing ! A poor match, a fair result, but a point a disapointment for both clubs/
  9. just read on Facebook the Blades have been allocated another 1000 tickets !! perhaps its another lie?? Oh wait its on Uniteds website...must be a big lie !! can any one confirm thats over 3500 now?
  10. AM SURE IT HAS, but unlike the lanes capacity of around 32,000, the police allow gates up to full capacity, give or take a 1000 for the big games. What is the Owls official capacity against allowed attendees?? i have just looked up on the wiki, and it states the ground has a capacity of 39,700...if we take off the police restrictions that should leave a gate of 34,700 on Monday. Why were United not offered the lower teir?? its not as if the Owls dont need the revenue..
  11. BIG MATCHES DICATE A PREMIUM , YES GRANTED, BUT NOT ON THE SCALE THE OWLS TAKE ADVANTAGE. The Owls tried to increase the price further for the blade fans, only the EFL turned it down.. The police issuing the 5000 reduction, i feel may have been issued in the past too, as S6 should or did hold many more than 30,000 ..is it a safety cut or a segregation measure . Why or how have another 600 plus ticket been found for Blades fans? have they been freed up by such segregation?? S6 was a MASSIVE ground back in the day, gates of 40,000 for semi final games etc, now the stadium for safety reason is down to around 30,000..i and many members remember larger gates in the Sheffield derby, is it old age ?? but what was the gate boxing day? in the days of reasonable prices and NO sky.
  12. I shall now be at the game, but today first thing this morning United were given another 650 tickets, yet this afternoon it seem s on police advice there shall be another 5000 empty seats !!! Now the gate is dictated to by the police, scheduled down to Sky and priced by a greedy chairman !! the games going down hill.. Had the game not been on sky, the demand for tickets would have been greater, had the prices been more resonable the demand would have been greater, yes and had the game been on a Saturday the demand for tickets would have been greater!! A common issue here is the supporters are not getting the rub of the green.
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