Maybe the tedium.
If it's the same as last season it goes ST holders first priority, then match package/members, then general sale.
Never anything about football itself from all of them either
Turns out simplistic was kind.
I don't think it's frowned upon at all, I've not seen a single person who wants to move.
I don't know if Southampton wore it as a substitute home kit but their third shirt last season was just a variance of their home colours, Norwich...
I can almost hear the frantic Twitter alias switching as we speak.
From the last thing I saw from the estates dept, once the current building works on campus are done there's not going to be anything else major...
That idea that you can determine principles based on who does or doesn't go to the football is a bit simplistic.
If this was the only image it'd definitely look shifty with the sponsor obscured but then on this other one it's clear
Going by the club Twitter, prices paid for Birmingham will be honoured and previous Ricoh ST holders should get dibs on their old seats
If/when they change the Stoneleigh Road A46 entrance to a roundabout my commute will be an absolute dream but while they're building it I expect...
I wasn't planning on bothering with any home games next season (laziness and the hassle of it rather than any principle blah blah) but Robins'...
What a real person
Did he post this today? Interesting to note the use of 'if' when they talk of playing in Birmingham rather than it being an absolute for the next...
It's the hope that kills you.
Nice that he didn't give up the day job.
Keep them coming all you can as far as I'm concerned, stuff like kit design is like a sanctuary from all the other nonsense.
Tried frisbee golf once at the place just outside Leamington, that was ace too.
Definitely giving this a go.
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