Stupid decision IMHO. A 3pm kick off would have suited more people, as exiles would have more time to travel to Shrewsbury! It's possible that I'll be down south on the friday night before the game so will have to leave early on the saturday morning to get to Shrewsbury!
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Post by duncowshrew on Feb 18, 2004 20:15:00 GMT 1
Wouldn't matter to me if they played it at 4.00am on a Tues morning. I'd still be there and have a few pints before the game. There won't be any trouble if Wolves are playing at home and the so=called Stirchley Crew wouldn't frighten my 7 year old.
Mind you the local plod will be out in force for 2 reasons:
1. To take full advantage of their overtime allowances and:
2. To spend the proposed 14% increase from the Poll Tax bill for the coming year.
Loads of 'em in evidence at footie matches' but where the frig are they at "real" crimes? Answer? Absolutely nowhere to be found (apart from the canteen)
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Post by kickinpretty on Feb 18, 2004 20:22:01 GMT 1
Cant really understand the logic myself as Telford is only 12 miles up the road and a n early kickoff of 12 noon is hardly likely to prevent a firm travelling is it?
Both sets will have boys out regardless of whether this game kicked off at 9am or 12 midnight its pretty meaningless to change to an early kickoff, the only people to suffer are exiles - the boys will be there come what may.
Another strange decision by Laptop if you ask me, dont they know the pubs will be open at 11am or earlier?
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