Daphne: Gee it sure was nice of that man in that last city to give us his tickets to the soccer game this evening. And to think we only stopped there so Velma could get a new pair of glasses. Freddie: Yeah I can't think why he didn't want to go himself. Velma: He said he wasn't able to make the journey as it's a bit too far. Shaggy: Just so long as they have lots of places to eat I don't mind if it's 350 miles. Scooby: Reah. Daphne: Is that all you two think about - your stomachs. Shaggy & Scooby: Yes. Freddie: Well we'd better get there soon as we're almost out of gas. Daphne: The satnav says it's only another mile. Velma: Who'd have thought it would be this far. Freddie: If we see someone I'll ask them just to double check we're on the right road. Velma: You'd have thought we'd have seen other people heading to the game by now. Freddie: Excuse me sir is this the right way to the soccer stadium? Man: Oh it's the right way all right Mwah Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha. Shaggy: Why was he laughing like that. Scooby: Reah Real Range. Daphne: Maybe he isn't a soccer fan. Velma: Well maybe. Shaggy: I hope we get there soon as that was the last of the chocolate covered taffy popcorn I just ate. Daphne: Oh brother. Freddie: Well it should be just past these two roundabouts. Velma: There's a stadium all right but there's nobody here. Daphne: You're right I can't hear anything either. Velma: That's odd, the lights are on but there's no one around and no noise. Freddie: Deserted like a ghost town or rather ghost stadium. Shaggy & Scooby: Ghosts!!!!! Shaggy: It looks creepy Fred and suddenly I'm not hungry anymore. Daphne: Are we sure this is the right place. Velma: Yup its the right place all right, there's the sign, Welcome to Sixfields. With apologies to William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.