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Postby Ryan » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:05 pm

Chester 1-0 FCUM
Penalty. Hard to know what wold be good for us out of this game. I'll take a draw.
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby Paul Speak » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:27 pm

Crowd : 3219 ... Expected it to be higher with a full FCUM travelling support, maybe coz its midweek.
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby reco » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:36 pm

another FC United boycott due to having to pay more into the away then a home fans has to
2-0 to chester btw
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Re: Wednesday Night Games

Postby Ryan » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:59 pm

Mickleover 1-0 Hednesford. Could be staying 3 points clear!
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Wednesday Night Games

Postby PHAggy » Wed Aug 24, 2011 9:48 pm

FT Ashton United 3 v 2Burscough - 124
FT Chester 2 v 1 FC United of Manchester - 3,219
FT Mickleover Sports 1 v 2 Hednesford Town - 280
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby PhilChester » Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:31 am

reco wrote:another FC United boycott due to having to pay more into the away then a home fans has to


Which shows they can't read! We pay the same as the away fans, as you know it's against league rules to do anything different.
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby Paul Speak » Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:15 pm

"PhilChester"

Another FC United boycott due to having to pay more into the away then a home fans has to ...
Which shows they can't read! We pay the same as the away fans, as you know it's against league
rules to do anything different
.


Phil ... Bit harsh to accuse 1000 people of not being able to read ! lol ... out of interest, in your
opinion what was the split of support at last nights match ( and be honest ! )
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby Locki » Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:27 pm

reco wrote:another FC United boycott due to having to pay more into the away then a home fans has to
2-0 to chester btw


As away fans at the Deva have no choice but to sit down, they have to pay the same as home fans who sit. But home fans do get the option of standing in the Harry McNally and so play less admission for this stand. I read somewhere on Deva Chat a bit back that this was implemented by Chester's former chairman Steven Vaughan to rip-off away supporters!
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby PhilChester » Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:08 pm

Paul Speak wrote:"PhilChester"

Another FC United boycott due to having to pay more into the away then a home fans has to ...
Which shows they can't read! We pay the same as the away fans, as you know it's against league
rules to do anything different
.


Phil ... Bit harsh to accuse 1000 people of not being able to read ! lol ... out of interest, in your
opinion what was the split of support at last nights match ( and be honest ! )


Roughly 400 Mancs I would say, the stand they were in only holds 800 and there were plenty of spaces.
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby PhilChester » Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:11 pm

Locki wrote:
reco wrote:another FC United boycott due to having to pay more into the away then a home fans has to
2-0 to chester btw


As away fans at the Deva have no choice but to sit down, they have to pay the same as home fans who sit. But home fans do get the option of standing in the Harry McNally and so play less admission for this stand. I read somewhere on Deva Chat a bit back that this was implemented by Chester's former chairman Steven Vaughan to rip-off away supporters![/quote]

Not quite right Locki but not far off. The old away terrace (The South Stand) was converted to seating by Vaughan to get more money out of away fans. We're now stuck with just 1 terrace, for home fans, and 3 seated areas.
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby 3G-CFC » Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:50 pm

PhilChester wrote:
Locki wrote:
reco wrote:another FC United boycott due to having to pay more into the away then a home fans has to
2-0 to chester btw


As away fans at the Deva have no choice but to sit down, they have to pay the same as home fans who sit. But home fans do get the option of standing in the Harry McNally and so play less admission for this stand. I read somewhere on Deva Chat a bit back that this was implemented by Chester's former chairman Steven Vaughan to rip-off away supporters![/quote]

Not quite right Locki but not far off. The old away terrace (The South Stand) was converted to seating by Vaughan to get more money out of away fans. We're now stuck with just 1 terrace, for home fans, and 3 seated areas.


So us trying to get and extra quid was fair play(ish) then :roll:
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Re: Chester v. FCUM

Postby Igrapop » Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:01 pm

As away fans at the Deva have no choice but to sit down, they have to pay the same as home fans who sit. But home fans do get the option of standing in the Harry McNally and so play less admission for this stand. I read somewhere on Deva Chat a bit back that this was implemented by Chester's former chairman Steven Vaughan to rip-off away supporters![/quote]

Not quite right Locki but not far off. The old away terrace (The South Stand) was converted to seating by Vaughan to get more money out of away fans. We're now stuck with just 1 terrace, for home fans, and 3 seated areas.[/quote]

So us trying to get and extra quid was fair play(ish) then :roll:[/quote]
It would if we got some deck chairs fitted in the pilling lane end!
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