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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby hoppy » 16 Oct 2020, 10:08

Leiston are selling tickets tomorrow, at their home game against Peterborough Sports. Adult price £13, Concession £11.
ID required, and you have to have a NR or IP postcode.
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby rudebwoyben » 16 Oct 2020, 10:09

pgbee wrote:Fortunately Steve Percy's holiday home is in Leiston so I expect him to be there.


The important question is has he been allowed into the ground to watch our home matches this season?
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby rudebwoyben » 16 Oct 2020, 10:10

hoppy wrote:Leiston are selling tickets tomorrow, at their home game against Peterborough Sports. Adult price £13, Concession £11.
ID required, and you have to have a NR or IP postcode.


Ricardobee can attend then!
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby hoppy » 16 Oct 2020, 10:24

rudebwoyben wrote:
hoppy wrote:Leiston are selling tickets tomorrow, at their home game against Peterborough Sports. Adult price £13, Concession £11.
ID required, and you have to have a NR or IP postcode.


Ricardobee can attend then!


If he's quick there's a spare seat next to TK.
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby Norfolk & Chance » 16 Oct 2020, 11:15

Surely 3 seats away?
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby ricardobee » 16 Oct 2020, 11:27

"Ricardobee can attend then!"

Certainly can, Leiston just down the road to the beautiful and extremely expensive seaside town of Southwold, lovely place. Good one hour from Great Yarmouth so will probably pass. And I'm extremely fussy who I sit next to, even 3 seats away, you never know who's got the virus?
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby rudebwoyben » 16 Oct 2020, 11:50

The funny thing is that the IP and NR postcodes cover pretty big areas. The northern edge of the NR postcode is probably as far away from Leiston as London is!
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby Norfolkbee » 16 Oct 2020, 12:12

I have an NR postcode and just up the road it is IP. I actually live about a 75 minute drive from Leiston.
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby Josh SKywalker » 16 Oct 2020, 13:14

Luckily there are no replays, otherwise it would have been a competitive disadvantage after we drew 1-1 with them and took Leighton back to Edgware.

Wonder how they're handling gate receipts if some of this small teams are drawn away to some of the larger NL teams.
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby rudebwoyben » 16 Oct 2020, 13:21

Josh SKywalker wrote:Luckily there are no replays, otherwise it would have been a competitive disadvantage after we drew 1-1 with them and took Leighton back to Edgware.

Wonder how they're handling gate receipts if some of this small teams are drawn away to some of the larger NL teams.


Why would there be a competitive disadvantage? Aren’t we at a competitive disadvantage from not being allowed to attend this tie?
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby jerroll » 16 Oct 2020, 13:26

rudebwoyben wrote:
pgbee wrote:Fortunately Steve Percy's holiday home is in Leiston so I expect him to be there.


The important question is has he been allowed into the ground to watch our home matches this season?

Nope, watched the games on the stream.
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby Josh SKywalker » 16 Oct 2020, 13:56

rudebwoyben wrote:
Josh SKywalker wrote:Luckily there are no replays, otherwise it would have been a competitive disadvantage after we drew 1-1 with them and took Leighton back to Edgware.

Wonder how they're handling gate receipts if some of this small teams are drawn away to some of the larger NL teams.


Why would there be a competitive disadvantage? Aren’t we at a competitive disadvantage from not being allowed to attend this tie?



The fans that would of been at The Hive, you could argue could of been used to spur us on to a famous victory.

The 50 odd Barnet fans at Leighton wouldn't have such an affect (I doubt).
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby pgbee » 16 Oct 2020, 14:17

JWTBee wrote:
pgbee wrote:Fortunately Steve Percy's holiday home is in Leiston so I expect him to be there.


Is that a wind up or is it actually true!? :D

He'll find a way in .....
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby rudebwoyben » 16 Oct 2020, 14:22

Josh SKywalker wrote:
rudebwoyben wrote:
Josh SKywalker wrote:Luckily there are no replays, otherwise it would have been a competitive disadvantage after we drew 1-1 with them and took Leighton back to Edgware.

Wonder how they're handling gate receipts if some of this small teams are drawn away to some of the larger NL teams.


Why would there be a competitive disadvantage? Aren’t we at a competitive disadvantage from not being allowed to attend this tie?



The fans that would of been at The Hive, you could argue could of been used to spur us on to a famous victory.

The 50 odd Barnet fans at Leighton wouldn't have such an affect (I doubt).


How many matches have you been to the Hive in the past couple of seasons? :laugh:
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Re: FA CUP 2020/21

Postby becbee » 16 Oct 2020, 14:51

Josh SKywalker wrote:
rudebwoyben wrote:
Josh SKywalker wrote:Luckily there are no replays, otherwise it would have been a competitive disadvantage after we drew 1-1 with them and took Leighton back to Edgware.

Wonder how they're handling gate receipts if some of this small teams are drawn away to some of the larger NL teams.


Why would there be a competitive disadvantage? Aren’t we at a competitive disadvantage from not being allowed to attend this tie?



The fans that would of been at The Hive, you could argue could of been used to spur us on to a famous victory.

The 50 odd Barnet fans at Leighton wouldn't have such an affect (I doubt).


Had there been a way for us to sneak into Leiston's ground, we wouldn't have been able to make a difference, we'd have had to be quiet and not give away the fact that we were away fans.
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