Fixture Predictions

Luke Imp

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Dont mind the Tuesday nights. Seems less midweek games than previous seasons, joy of starting a week earlier i guess, and the 2 sets of local games will help. Wont need to take time off work etc!
Yeah definitely feels like less midweek league games so far. The only potential moves from weekend to midweek are because of the FA Cup I think.

Good for me though, I generally can't do midweeks.
 

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I feel sick thinking about April.
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Just the 28 quid for Pompey fans on the first day

A* category apparently
 

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Just the 28 quid for Pompey fans on the first day

A* category apparently

Will that be the same for us? Probably not.

Was adamant I wouldn’t be doing Wednesday next season but saw trains for £30 yesterday so booked up.
 

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Will that be the same for us? Probably not.

Was adamant I wouldn’t be doing Wednesday next season but saw trains for £30 yesterday so booked up.
Nah be cat B I suspect so £24
 

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For any team scheduled to play an evening game at Bolton the kick off time for will be 7.45 pm this season instead of 8.00 pm
 

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Just the 28 quid for Pompey fans on the first day

A* category apparently
They got to pay for all those ground works going ahead now. All the seats out of the main stand and it’s been reprofiled. Spending a fortune yet the capacity is the same.
 

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They got to pay for all those ground works going ahead now. All the seats out of the main stand and it’s been reprofiled. Spending a fortune yet the capacity is the same.
At our place
 

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They got to pay for all those ground works going ahead now. All the seats out of the main stand and it’s been reprofiled. Spending a fortune yet the capacity is the same.
It has actually reduced the capacity in the main stand based on the number of seats. The truth is three of the four stands have had gradually reduced capacity figures applied due to non conformity issues for the last decade. Despite 21,000 seats, our capacity last season was circa 16,000.
The works being carried out now will mean that 100% of the seats will be available for sale again, with improved circulation spaces, bars and disabled facilities. Works on the away end will start in September now and hoped that by the start of next season (2023-2024) all works will be complete. Heads up, there will still be posts supporting the roof, but there will be greater circulation and facilities at the back of the stand (with a bar!) and disabled facilities integrated with the away section.
Our ticket prices have been frozen.
 

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Just happy with a cub ... and what
a club lol lol xxxx


Much loved as we are in England.
 
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