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Why can't people go 90 minutes with out stuffing their fat faces

Just have food before or after the game 

No bloody pies is least of our worries 

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So what is it that you don't agree with

Manwithastick?

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I can never remember having anything hot  on the kop anyway...:blush:

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36 minutes ago, OWLERTON GHOST said:

That quote as you probably guessed is from Thomas Wolfe not King Eric as I'm sure you are aware your Reverence ?

Thanks for the expert diagnostics on our holy day of rest ...

God bless Rev xxxxx

 

 

 

 

Hope its Cockburns ?

I wasn't aware so thanks.

The sherry of course was Harvey's.

 

 

 

This glass of port.....

 

 

that's Cockburn's.

 

Always a pleasure to help. :biggrin:

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17 minutes ago, ChapSmurf said:

 

That would be a tad difficult. Cockburns make Port, not Sherry. lol

Please remain Fortified Father Abraham..

Please remain fortified......

And you too Rev ...

 

lol

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18 minutes ago, Highbury Owl said:

Why is anyone still buying food in the stadium?

 

I get a sandwich from one of the bakeries outside the stadium and that does me until after the game.

 

If you're daft enough to want to buy the overpriced inedible poo they serve there, then sort yourself out ffs and stop whinging. 

Ecellently well said there.i've stopped buy food from inside the stadium  years ago because there are quite a few decent food outlets in Hillsborough area and are also reasonably priced.:tango:

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Never understand the obsession with eating food at football matches, unless of course you'd normally eat a pie at 345pm on Saturday.

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2 hours ago, bobness said:

 

At least leave a phone number so interested punters can get in touch

Sorry. No pasties.

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Guess this topic is tongue in cheek. I wouldn’t touch the food on sale with a disinfected barge pole. 

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Why do they take the tops off bottles of pop before they give then you? What is the meaning of this?

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1 hour ago, Highbury Owl said:

Why is anyone still buying food in the stadium?

 

I get a sandwich from one of the bakeries outside the stadium and that does me until after the game.

 

If you're daft enough to want to buy the overpriced inedible poo they serve there, then sort yourself out ffs and stop whinging. 

 

Yet people moan when we get dinged by the EFL for FFP.

 

Wednesday’s revenue is wee wee poor for a club of its size. Perhaps if more fans bought stuff from the club we wouldn’t be so quite in the poo.

 

I say that with the caveat that I’ve not been to Hillsborough in 12 seasons. So you tightwads need to make up for my lack of custom.

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The owls are not what they seem.

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45 minutes ago, Highbury Owl said:

Why is anyone still buying food in the stadium?

 

I get a sandwich from one of the bakeries outside the stadium and that does me until after the game.

 

If you're daft enough to want to buy the overpriced inedible poo they serve there, then sort yourself out ffs and stop whinging. 

 

You could say go elsewhere for nearly everything...why not go and support a team that does have facilities for fans. Young un’s going to Bramall Lane instead. 

 

We live a world where the next generation soon switch to other brands over customer experience. Loyalty is gone.

 

I’m sure the OP realises there are other options; it’s just that as a customer, he has expectations that the club will be selling food.  If you’re taking a load of kids and they want to get in the ground early, then that’s what he might want to do.

 

The club should announce that catering will be permanently closed, if this is the case. 

 

 

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There are plenty of better, cheaper and nicer options around the stadium for food.

 

I understand someone's point saying that a kid may get hungry, if that's the case though just pack them a sandwich.

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40 minutes ago, Stoop said:

Why do they take the tops off bottles of pop before they give then you? What is the meaning of this?

 

Elf and Safety innit 

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Saw loads of people eating chips and pies at the back of the kop at about 3.50.

 

Jeez the drama

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2 hours ago, nilsson said:

Having a beer at half time on the kop isn’t possible without leaving your seat well before half time or missing the start of the second half.

 

If you charge as much as we do for match day tickets, the facilities should be a lot better

Too true , other stadiums seem to manage 

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Get thi sen to Beres before the game for a pork sarnie . No need to be ripped off in the ground. 

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4 hours ago, bradowl said:

Shall I start a Just Giving fund raiser for the starvation of thousands of Owls fans who went an whole 90 mins without hot food? :tango:

Tee hee

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Which brings us to item 167 on the Agenda :- No Hot Food on the Kop lol:ghoulguy::duntmatter:WTF::tango::Chansiri:garymegson

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