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Discussion started by goosed (IP Logged), 15 January, 2020 05:30
goosed
goosed
15 January, 2020 05:30
So if we beat Watford we are supposed to play wolves or man utd at home on the sat or sun of the 25th or 26th how are they going to get the tickets out in time ?

Bored rover
Bored rover
15 January, 2020 06:12
The game will be pushed back

This is @#$%&
This is sh1t
15 January, 2020 06:46
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Bored rover
The game will be pushed back

No it won’t - think trying to keep for tv slot - game has been rearranged for the Thursday so the 4th round date can be kept

Uptonrover
Uptonrover
15 January, 2020 08:11
Not being pushed back theres a statement on FA website. It will be kept the 26th Jan whoever plays so as not to eat in to the the winter break for UTD/wolves

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hong kong rover
16 January, 2020 12:42
on the subject of tickets, has anyone seen the article that is currently up in the Championship section on the BBC Footy website about Sheff Wed launching this innovative and new 10 year season ticket?

Also see that Coventry and Birmingham will have a 50/50 split on tickets for their fans for their FA Cup 4th round tie at St Andrews...Coventry were drawn out of the hat as the home side, so they will use the home dressing rooms at St Andrews and the Brum fans can't use their traditional home end to watch the game..

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hong kong rover
16 January, 2020 12:55
if we beat Watford, then how many tickets will the Mancs get? will it just be the 2,500 for the Cowsheds or will they be allocated more?

Jack of all Trades
Jack of all Trades
16 January, 2020 13:04
I believe under FA Cup Rules they are allowed a greater percentage (20%?) however, normal segregation has to be maintained.

Consequently, If you remember Spurs were only allowed the Cowshed Stand.

Uptonrover
Uptonrover
16 January, 2020 13:04
Think there will be enough interest from home fans and bandwagon jumpers i guess to just allocate utd the cowshed


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