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jimstroma

Member Since 22 Mar 2009
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In Topic: Irish Thinking They Will Have A Massive Support At Parkhead

Yesterday, 20:54

Rules state a minimum of 5% of stadium capacity, and that's exactly what the SFA have done.However in refusing to increase official allocation to away fans, and in turn putting tickets on open sale, they have created a situation where there will be up to twice as many Irish fans outside designated zone as within it. Still given the reputation of both sets of fans, I can't see any problems.Pound to a penny the same situation will unfold in Dublin in 2015. FYI 5% of Aviva is just 2,600.

I am sure the FAI will see what has happened here and will avoid the same happening in Dublin. They will give the SFA 10,000 tickets :ok:

In Topic: Tickets

28 October 2014 - 07:59 PM

I would imagine everyone who wants a ticket will get one.

In Topic: Irish Thinking They Will Have A Massive Support At Parkhead

28 October 2014 - 06:23 PM

This never seemed to bother you boys when the shoe was on the other foot, why couldn't the sfa just give us 10% in the first place instead of this crap happening its a complete joke

Agree the $FA and the FAI should have came to an agreement 10-20% each. But they have not and anyone buying a ticket for the wrong end cannot expect to gain access if wearing colours.

In Topic: Estadio Algarve It Is!

28 October 2014 - 05:25 PM

Thank Fek

In Topic: Irish Thinking They Will Have A Massive Support At Parkhead

28 October 2014 - 05:22 PM

Scots won't buy tickets for their own home match so us irish are buying them and have to cos the SFA wouldn't give us more than 5%, what the fuk is the problem here? It happens for big games.

The problem is that segregation is required to ensure the safety of fans.