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    Re: How many fans to Wembley

    I can't see it being more than last year. Hopefully it doesn't affect the team, and we can do the job this year.

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    Re: How many fans to Wembley

    Quote Originally Posted by Temporarily Exiled View Post
    I can't see it being more than last year. Hopefully it doesn't affect the team, and we can do the job this year.
    I would have thought that as it is a public holiday this would encourage more people to attend. There should also be enormous support for either Notts County or Coventry...who would we prefer to play? I'm not sure but think we can win this whichever it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrabombarde View Post
    I would have thought that as it is a public holiday this would encourage more people to attend. There should also be enormous support for either Notts County or Coventry...who would we prefer to play? I'm not sure but think we can win this whichever it is.
    Last year we were riding a wave in a way we hadn't in years - and it was our first Wembley appearance in near enough a decade. This year doesn't have that, bank holiday or not.

    I'd rather play Notts County, honestly. While we've beaten and lost to both, Cov's support at Wembley will be massive for them.
    Last edited by Temporarily Exiled; 18 May 2018 at 08:42.

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    Re: How many fans to Wembley

    Quote Originally Posted by contrabombarde View Post
    I would have thought that as it is a public holiday this would encourage more people to attend. There should also be enormous support for either Notts County or Coventry...who would we prefer to play? I'm not sure but think we can win this whichever it is.
    Who out of Coventry or Notts County will take more fans to Wembley?

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    Quote Originally Posted by magiccity1 View Post
    Who out of Coventry or Notts County will take more fans to Wembley?
    Coventry, without a doubt. The whole city goes for a day out when Coventry go to Wembley.

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    Re: How many fans to Wembley

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshire Grecian View Post
    Fourth time there, bank holiday Monday, got to be around 15k
    Not in Switzerland sadly and I can't get the time off work :'(

    3pm kickoff (4pm in Switzerland) means I won't even be able to watch on the telly

    That said I missed the first leg of the semi final due to prior arrangements for Swiss mothers day - I missed last nights match due to prior family commitments that I really couldn't reschedule - and to round things off I missed the last promotion playoff at Wembley because the Irish pub in town refused to switch over from the GAA.

    So perhaps it's a good omen when I don't get to watch the games

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    Re: How many fans to Wembley

    I shall be there.

    Flights booked last night. Train to inverness then flying to London for a weekend.

    Cant wait!!!

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    Re: How many fans to Wembley

    Quote Originally Posted by Terryhall View Post
    Not in Switzerland sadly and I can't get the time off work :'(
    All work and no play for the Schweizerdeutsch.
    We're allowed to take days off in at this end of the Confederation!

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    Re: How many fans to Wembley

    Quote Originally Posted by eurogrecian View Post
    All work and no play for the Schweizerdeutsch.
    We're allowed to take days off in at this end of the Confederation!
    Normally I would be too, but the catholic bank holidays on 9/19th May, 21st May and 31st May all mean that taking an extra Monday off in between would be a bit of a challenge...

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