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Just seen this and it made me wonder > how many travelled?

 

500 TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR SHEFFIELD UNITED CLASH

14TH AUGUST 2021

  Ticketing News

Swansea City is pleased to announce that 500 tickets have become available this morning for tonight's home fixture against Sheffield United (8pm).

Due to Sheffield United returning a percentage of tickets from their allocation, home supporters can now purchase online HERE. 

 

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5 minutes ago, matthefish2002 said:

Trying to score points against Sheffield United from who took more to certain away games gets tiresome after a while.

The whole "who has more fans or takes more to away games" is tiresome fullstop.

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11 minutes ago, ANDY said:

Who cares ? 

 

Oooooooooooh, I can sense a...

 

*checks thread title*

 

*sees poster has clicked on thread title and replied*

 

*walks away confused*

 

...coming up.

 

I love those. Cutting edge sick burns every time.

 

:ph34r:

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Saturday night when on sky and Swansea is a reight treck, pretty understandable that they didn't sell out, I should think we wouldn't have done  either. 

 

Obviously Leeds would have taken 10,000. lol

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1 hour ago, ANDY said:

Who cares ? 



This

 

Never got fans who care more about the Blades than Wednesday, that thread about them in the other football section baffles me 

 

Put your energy into us 

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42 minutes ago, bradowl said:

Saturday night when on sky and Swansea is a reight treck, pretty understandable that they didn't sell out, I should think we wouldn't have done  either. 

 

Obviously Leeds would have taken 10,000. lol

About the same distance / travel time as Charlton?

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30 minutes ago, Plonk said:

About the same distance / travel time as Charlton?

Not really. If you live in Sheffield, a train back from London is much easier. Plus, of course, lots of Sheffield football supporters live i or near London; rather fewer near Swansea.

 

The way to do a Swansea away game is to book a couple of nights somewhere nice on the Gower. Not a great option in August, however, and especially not this August

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