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    Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Possibly one of the worst away ends in the Football League.

    24 quid
    Tickets on sale now

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    Re: Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Ouch that's steep! Anyway clap, clap + junior....

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    Re: Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by Information View Post
    Possibly one of the worst away ends in the Football League.
    I quite like it. Good roof acoustics and the entrance is surreal!
    I'm flying in for the day for this one.
    Tough match, but Port Vale proved they are not invincible if you get at them. I expect us to play 5 across the back then...!

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    Re: Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by eurogrecian View Post
    I quite like it. Good roof acoustics and the entrance is surreal!
    I'm flying in for the day for this one.
    Tough match, but Port Vale proved they are not invincible if you get at them. I expect us to play 5 across the back then...!
    Good acoustics yes, rest is rubbish. Anyone over 5ft has no leg room. Anyone who is 5ft or under won't see anything. The toilets make our old away end ones look like Wembley. And Luton itself is such an unwelcoming place that last year we ended up in the slightly surreal surroundings of the Conservative club for a pre-match beer.

    Given Tisdale plays 1 up front against teams 22nd, 23rd and 24th, I expect Stockley, Reid, McAlinden and Simpson all to start!

    Not sure I can stomach 24 notes (plus travel and refreshments) to watch Hylton knock in a hat-trick and unless we have won at Notts County on 20th Jan, we won't have won away in nearly 4 months (Carlisle 7th Oct)

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    Re: Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by RedPaul View Post
    last year we ended up in the slightly surreal surroundings of the Conservative club for a pre-match beer
    I brought a French mate over for the game last year. He thought the Con Club was brilliant - approached through a Muslim area, in a run down pile, lined with shag pile carpet and a guy in slippers and a cardigan with an honesty box on the door!
    Eccentric Britain at its best. Bring it on!
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    Re: Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Wycombe only being charged 20 Quid 4 days earlier ??

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    Re: Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by Information View Post
    Wycombe only being charged 20 Quid 4 days earlier ??[/url]
    They divide their home games into three categories "with a slight difference in price depending on the demand".
    You'd have thought a local derby against another team in the play-off places might be at least as (in)expense as the game against us....

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    Re: Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by eurogrecian View Post
    I quite like it. Good roof acoustics and the entrance is surreal!
    I'm flying in for the day for this one.
    Tough match, but Port Vale proved they are not invincible if you get at them. I expect us to play 5 across the back then...!
    Last time I was stuck behing a post with leg room of minus 2 inches. Being over 6' I could not sit comfortably as these are seats screwed on 1914 terrace. Told to sit down behind the post many times. Horrid place. Had to sway around the post like a lunatic! Thank heavens the time I went we came back from 2-1 to 2-3 in front of my post...goal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rog H K View Post
    Last time I was stuck behing a post with leg room of minus 2 inches. Being over 6' I could not sit comfortably as these are seats screwed on 1914 terrace. Told to sit down behind the post many times. Horrid place. Had to sway around the post like a lunatic! Thank heavens the time I went we came back from 2-1 to 2-3 in front of my post...goal!
    The worst football ground for this in my experience, is the away end at the Valley, the seating there can only comfortably accommodate kids and midgets ! It is about time that the EFL and Premier***** adopted minimum ergonomic standards for grounds. The only smaller seating that I've experienced is in a West End theatre, built in the 1800's, but at least there, the ushers seeing my discomfort, moved me and my partner into a vacant box at the end of the first act ! #result

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    Re: Luton (a) Sat Feb 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by Information View Post
    Possibly one of the worst away ends in the Football League.

    24 quid
    Tickets on sale now
    About 23 too much for me after getting my knees crushed last year.

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