Bring it on, Liverpool! AFC Bournemouth fans queue for tickets for FA Cup clash

Bournemouth Echo: Bring it on, Liverpool! AFC Bournemouth fans queue for tickets for FA Cup clash Bring it on, Liverpool! AFC Bournemouth fans queue for tickets for FA Cup clash

CHERRIES fans queued in the rain to get their hands on tickets for next weekend’s clash with Liverpool this morning.

Following last night’s 4-1 victory against Burton Albion, AFCB will face off against the Anfield outfit at home.

And season ticket holders started queues to get their hands on the prized tickets at 7.15am today.

First in the queue was Sandi Gregory, of Christchurch, who waited for almost two hours for the box office to open – even though she won’t be viewing the match herself.

“These tickets are for my son Tyler and a friend,” she said.

“He’s 15 and he goes to Corfe Hills School. I know he’s going to be so excited when he finds out.”

Brian Dodd, 59, was forced to miss last night’s match after initially buying tickets for the postponed game on Saturday, January 4.

“I was absolutely gutted,” he said.

“I’m a lorry driver and I work a lot of nights, but I’m always there on Saturday. I’m chuffed with the result and I can’t wait to see Liverpool here.”

Although he now lives in Christchurch, Mr Dodd said: “If you cut me in half, you’d see Bournemouth’s colours.”

Peter Briant, 77, remembered watching his first match in 1949 as he stood in the queue.

“It was against Queens Park Rangers, and I would have been about 12,” he said.

“I’ve been a fan ever since. A lot has happened to the club over the years, but now we’re back on the up, and it’s fantastic.”

Harold Barnes, 64, said: “It’s the icing on the cake for long-time fans.”

And Steve Marchant, 66, of Bournemouth, bought tickets for his season ticket-holding wife and son alongside his own.

“I’ve supported the club since I was a boy,” he said.

“Everyone standing in this queue today is a real enthusiast. We’re all looking forward to the match.”

Season ticket holders are able to purchase one ticket per person and have until the end of Saturday to claim their seat.

General sale will start at 9am on Saturday, January 18 and tickets will be available in person from the ticket office, BIC and Pavilion, over the phone and online at afcbdirect.co.uk. Supporters will be able to purchase a maximum of two tickets per person.

Unclaimed season ticket holders' seats will go on sale from 9am on Sunday, January 19 via telephone and afcbdirect.co.uk only. These tickets will not be available in person.


 

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10:56am Wed 15 Jan 14

Arthur Maureen says...

What a great day out for the cherries fans, enjoy!!
What a great day out for the cherries fans, enjoy!! Arthur Maureen
  • Score: 10

10:57am Wed 15 Jan 14

Davey Boy2000 says...

Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !!
Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !! Davey Boy2000
  • Score: 37

11:13am Wed 15 Jan 14

Telscombe Cliffy says...

Davey Boy2000 wrote:
Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !!
That's what I thought, why queue? got 4 days to pick them up, they are guaranteed seats
[quote][p][bold]Davey Boy2000[/bold] wrote: Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !![/p][/quote]That's what I thought, why queue? got 4 days to pick them up, they are guaranteed seats Telscombe Cliffy
  • Score: 17

11:14am Wed 15 Jan 14

Telscombe Cliffy says...

Telscombe Cliffy wrote:
Davey Boy2000 wrote:
Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !!
That's what I thought, why queue? got 4 days to pick them up, they are guaranteed seats
PS , I can see massive queues when the open sale starts though!
[quote][p][bold]Telscombe Cliffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Boy2000[/bold] wrote: Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !![/p][/quote]That's what I thought, why queue? got 4 days to pick them up, they are guaranteed seats[/p][/quote]PS , I can see massive queues when the open sale starts though! Telscombe Cliffy
  • Score: 8

11:54am Wed 15 Jan 14

Lesleycherry says...

Davey Boy2000 wrote:
Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !!
Totally agree. But also, I assume that the son of the lady at the front of the queue and his friend are both season ticket holders because otherwise she will have queued for nothing?
[quote][p][bold]Davey Boy2000[/bold] wrote: Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !![/p][/quote]Totally agree. But also, I assume that the son of the lady at the front of the queue and his friend are both season ticket holders because otherwise she will have queued for nothing? Lesleycherry
  • Score: 6

12:03pm Wed 15 Jan 14

dailymailreader says...

Great to face a premiership side and increase the clubs profile locally. I think it would be fairer on Saturday to only open sales to people who have been to 6+ matches this year to repay their loyalty.
Great to face a premiership side and increase the clubs profile locally. I think it would be fairer on Saturday to only open sales to people who have been to 6+ matches this year to repay their loyalty. dailymailreader
  • Score: 20

12:08pm Wed 15 Jan 14

big_afcb_fan says...

bizarre to be out there at 7.15 when they are guaranteed a seat.
bizarre to be out there at 7.15 when they are guaranteed a seat. big_afcb_fan
  • Score: 13

12:12pm Wed 15 Jan 14

MrPitiful says...

Some queue - about 25 people?? Blimey.

Mind you, Bournemouth are gonna get cuffed by Mr Suarez and co.

I reckon at leat 3 or 4 nil to Liverpool.

It's also on ITV. Better off watching it on the box or in the boozer than queueing up to watch them get hammered - andpaying £25 for the priviledge!
Some queue - about 25 people?? Blimey. Mind you, Bournemouth are gonna get cuffed by Mr Suarez and co. I reckon at leat 3 or 4 nil to Liverpool. It's also on ITV. Better off watching it on the box or in the boozer than queueing up to watch them get hammered - andpaying £25 for the priviledge! MrPitiful
  • Score: -29

12:31pm Wed 15 Jan 14

danlee74 says...

MrPitiful wrote:
Some queue - about 25 people?? Blimey.

Mind you, Bournemouth are gonna get cuffed by Mr Suarez and co.

I reckon at leat 3 or 4 nil to Liverpool.

It's also on ITV. Better off watching it on the box or in the boozer than queueing up to watch them get hammered - andpaying £25 for the priviledge!
Pitiful indeed.

If you look at the queue you will see that the red door is open and the queue continues within the stadium concourse ... nice touch by the club to shelter the supporters from the elements.

As for the game, who cares if it is 3- or 4-0 ... it will still be a great occasion for us long suffering supporters who remember being -17 and second from bottom of the football league. But I guess you are a "glass half empty" kinda person or a wind-up merchant so I really shouldn't be wasting keystrokes on you.

UP THE CHERRIES!!!
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: Some queue - about 25 people?? Blimey. Mind you, Bournemouth are gonna get cuffed by Mr Suarez and co. I reckon at leat 3 or 4 nil to Liverpool. It's also on ITV. Better off watching it on the box or in the boozer than queueing up to watch them get hammered - andpaying £25 for the priviledge![/p][/quote]Pitiful indeed. If you look at the queue you will see that the red door is open and the queue continues within the stadium concourse ... nice touch by the club to shelter the supporters from the elements. As for the game, who cares if it is 3- or 4-0 ... it will still be a great occasion for us long suffering supporters who remember being -17 and second from bottom of the football league. But I guess you are a "glass half empty" kinda person or a wind-up merchant so I really shouldn't be wasting keystrokes on you. UP THE CHERRIES!!! danlee74
  • Score: 24

12:31pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Wackerone says...

I'm just wondering if any of these supporters have even given a second thought as to just who they think they are going to see playing. I would suggest, given that Liverpool have a local derby against Everton 3 days later and then an away game against WBA the following Saturday, it will probably be a team composed of fringe players with possible cameo appearances from Suarez and co for a few minutes at the end when they are already 4 or 5 goals up.
I'm just wondering if any of these supporters have even given a second thought as to just who they think they are going to see playing. I would suggest, given that Liverpool have a local derby against Everton 3 days later and then an away game against WBA the following Saturday, it will probably be a team composed of fringe players with possible cameo appearances from Suarez and co for a few minutes at the end when they are already 4 or 5 goals up. Wackerone
  • Score: -29

12:35pm Wed 15 Jan 14

ADCherrie says...

dailymailreader wrote:
Great to face a premiership side and increase the clubs profile locally. I think it would be fairer on Saturday to only open sales to people who have been to 6+ matches this year to repay their loyalty.
Website states you need a 'purchase history' of league games to get your 2 tickets - fair enough I say.
[quote][p][bold]dailymailreader[/bold] wrote: Great to face a premiership side and increase the clubs profile locally. I think it would be fairer on Saturday to only open sales to people who have been to 6+ matches this year to repay their loyalty.[/p][/quote]Website states you need a 'purchase history' of league games to get your 2 tickets - fair enough I say. ADCherrie
  • Score: 16

12:40pm Wed 15 Jan 14

cherrygood says...

Wackerone wrote:
I'm just wondering if any of these supporters have even given a second thought as to just who they think they are going to see playing. I would suggest, given that Liverpool have a local derby against Everton 3 days later and then an away game against WBA the following Saturday, it will probably be a team composed of fringe players with possible cameo appearances from Suarez and co for a few minutes at the end when they are already 4 or 5 goals up.
It is quite conceivable that Suarez will only make an appearance if Liverpool are losing with twenty minutes left of the game.

I think most season ticket holders are football savvy enough to know that Liverpool are unlikely to put out their strongest side, but it is still Liverpool and a high profile game and an opportunity to see a quality team at the Goldsands and a chance for the club to get a replay at Anfield or even progression to the 5th round of the cup.
[quote][p][bold]Wackerone[/bold] wrote: I'm just wondering if any of these supporters have even given a second thought as to just who they think they are going to see playing. I would suggest, given that Liverpool have a local derby against Everton 3 days later and then an away game against WBA the following Saturday, it will probably be a team composed of fringe players with possible cameo appearances from Suarez and co for a few minutes at the end when they are already 4 or 5 goals up.[/p][/quote]It is quite conceivable that Suarez will only make an appearance if Liverpool are losing with twenty minutes left of the game. I think most season ticket holders are football savvy enough to know that Liverpool are unlikely to put out their strongest side, but it is still Liverpool and a high profile game and an opportunity to see a quality team at the Goldsands and a chance for the club to get a replay at Anfield or even progression to the 5th round of the cup. cherrygood
  • Score: 16

12:58pm Wed 15 Jan 14

kingstonpaul says...

This game will be a big pay-day for touts and re-sellers. Expect huge numbers of tickets to fnd their way onto eBay/Gumtree/seatwav
e etc.
This game will be a big pay-day for touts and re-sellers. Expect huge numbers of tickets to fnd their way onto eBay/Gumtree/seatwav e etc. kingstonpaul
  • Score: -8

1:00pm Wed 15 Jan 14

billm says...

I don't think we'll see a second bite of the cherry.
I don't think we'll see a second bite of the cherry. billm
  • Score: -8

1:02pm Wed 15 Jan 14

MrPitiful says...

If it gets rained off, I hope all the Cherries fans will pass the hat around again for the Liverpool fans to come back for the rearranged game.

Won't cost as much this time though because most of them can walk up from Boscombe.
If it gets rained off, I hope all the Cherries fans will pass the hat around again for the Liverpool fans to come back for the rearranged game. Won't cost as much this time though because most of them can walk up from Boscombe. MrPitiful
  • Score: 23

1:07pm Wed 15 Jan 14

threesidedrectangle says...

They may be queuing early to be front of the queue to get tickets as soon as possible near 9am as they may have work or other duties at 10am? They may have called work to say they may be in late. If their working hours are 9-5:30 the only chance they have is by phone in their lunch break which could have lines busy. Hopefully you can see their logic rather than think they are brain dead. I have had to do this before myself and it is worth doing.
They may be queuing early to be front of the queue to get tickets as soon as possible near 9am as they may have work or other duties at 10am? They may have called work to say they may be in late. If their working hours are 9-5:30 the only chance they have is by phone in their lunch break which could have lines busy. Hopefully you can see their logic rather than think they are brain dead. I have had to do this before myself and it is worth doing. threesidedrectangle
  • Score: 8

1:37pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Davey Boy2000 says...

threesidedrectangle wrote:
They may be queuing early to be front of the queue to get tickets as soon as possible near 9am as they may have work or other duties at 10am? They may have called work to say they may be in late. If their working hours are 9-5:30 the only chance they have is by phone in their lunch break which could have lines busy. Hopefully you can see their logic rather than think they are brain dead. I have had to do this before myself and it is worth doing.
No sorry still cannot see the point of queuing for 2 hours for garanteed tickets. They can get them on Saturday before the matchif necassary they will be going there anyway as they are season ticket holders ?!
[quote][p][bold]threesidedrectangle[/bold] wrote: They may be queuing early to be front of the queue to get tickets as soon as possible near 9am as they may have work or other duties at 10am? They may have called work to say they may be in late. If their working hours are 9-5:30 the only chance they have is by phone in their lunch break which could have lines busy. Hopefully you can see their logic rather than think they are brain dead. I have had to do this before myself and it is worth doing.[/p][/quote]No sorry still cannot see the point of queuing for 2 hours for garanteed tickets. They can get them on Saturday before the matchif necassary they will be going there anyway as they are season ticket holders ?! Davey Boy2000
  • Score: 1

1:41pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Davey Boy2000 says...

Davey Boy2000 wrote:
threesidedrectangle wrote: They may be queuing early to be front of the queue to get tickets as soon as possible near 9am as they may have work or other duties at 10am? They may have called work to say they may be in late. If their working hours are 9-5:30 the only chance they have is by phone in their lunch break which could have lines busy. Hopefully you can see their logic rather than think they are brain dead. I have had to do this before myself and it is worth doing.
No sorry still cannot see the point of queuing for 2 hours for garanteed tickets. They can get them on Saturday before the matchif necassary they will be going there anyway as they are season ticket holders ?!
So they have called work to say they will be late in, but can't ask for 10mins off to make a phone call, seems odd.
[quote][p][bold]Davey Boy2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]threesidedrectangle[/bold] wrote: They may be queuing early to be front of the queue to get tickets as soon as possible near 9am as they may have work or other duties at 10am? They may have called work to say they may be in late. If their working hours are 9-5:30 the only chance they have is by phone in their lunch break which could have lines busy. Hopefully you can see their logic rather than think they are brain dead. I have had to do this before myself and it is worth doing.[/p][/quote]No sorry still cannot see the point of queuing for 2 hours for garanteed tickets. They can get them on Saturday before the matchif necassary they will be going there anyway as they are season ticket holders ?![/p][/quote]So they have called work to say they will be late in, but can't ask for 10mins off to make a phone call, seems odd. Davey Boy2000
  • Score: 0

1:47pm Wed 15 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

I wouldn't put it past the Cherries to win? The premier league clubs, especially the likes of the top six, are so concentrated on finishing top four to qualify that they regard the FA Cup as a bit of a burden now and so put out a reserve side which plays in the favour of the lower league sides and may possibly create an upset, lets face it, win the FA Cup £2m, just qualify for the champions league and a team will earn ten times that.
I wouldn't put it past the Cherries to win? The premier league clubs, especially the likes of the top six, are so concentrated on finishing top four to qualify that they regard the FA Cup as a bit of a burden now and so put out a reserve side which plays in the favour of the lower league sides and may possibly create an upset, lets face it, win the FA Cup £2m, just qualify for the champions league and a team will earn ten times that. BarrHumbug
  • Score: 4

2:18pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Phil McG (Italy) says...

Casting my mind back to last summer, I remember people saying that Real Madrid wouldn't be bringing their 'star' players to 'little old Bournemouth' and that they'd field their reserve and youth team.

In the same way that Liverpool's only realistic chance of silverware this season is this cup. Oldham bit their derrier last season but the scousers didn't take the risk this season. They will bring the majority of their 'stars'.

Up the Cherries!
Casting my mind back to last summer, I remember people saying that Real Madrid wouldn't be bringing their 'star' players to 'little old Bournemouth' and that they'd field their reserve and youth team. In the same way that Liverpool's only realistic chance of silverware this season is this cup. Oldham bit their derrier last season but the scousers didn't take the risk this season. They will bring the majority of their 'stars'. Up the Cherries! Phil McG (Italy)
  • Score: 11

2:28pm Wed 15 Jan 14

MattsUpTheCherries says...

If any season ticket holder can't make the game for any reason and has no one asking for their ticket, I'd be more than happy to pay a bit more to use your ticket and purchase a ticket. Please reply and let me know. Haven't got a season ticket as I can only make two thirds of the games but wished the club would make priority for fans that have been to 4+ home games this season.
If any season ticket holder can't make the game for any reason and has no one asking for their ticket, I'd be more than happy to pay a bit more to use your ticket and purchase a ticket. Please reply and let me know. Haven't got a season ticket as I can only make two thirds of the games but wished the club would make priority for fans that have been to 4+ home games this season. MattsUpTheCherries
  • Score: 5

2:44pm Wed 15 Jan 14

smhinto says...

MrPitiful wrote:
If it gets rained off, I hope all the Cherries fans will pass the hat around again for the Liverpool fans to come back for the rearranged game. Won't cost as much this time though because most of them can walk up from Boscombe.
It probably won't cost anything at all, as being scousers as they would have nicked a coach anyway !!
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: If it gets rained off, I hope all the Cherries fans will pass the hat around again for the Liverpool fans to come back for the rearranged game. Won't cost as much this time though because most of them can walk up from Boscombe.[/p][/quote]It probably won't cost anything at all, as being scousers as they would have nicked a coach anyway !! smhinto
  • Score: -6

2:56pm Wed 15 Jan 14

canfordcherry says...

Wackerone wrote:
I'm just wondering if any of these supporters have even given a second thought as to just who they think they are going to see playing. I would suggest, given that Liverpool have a local derby against Everton 3 days later and then an away game against WBA the following Saturday, it will probably be a team composed of fringe players with possible cameo appearances from Suarez and co for a few minutes at the end when they are already 4 or 5 goals up.
I remember the same pre-match comments regarding Madrid, you never know.....
[quote][p][bold]Wackerone[/bold] wrote: I'm just wondering if any of these supporters have even given a second thought as to just who they think they are going to see playing. I would suggest, given that Liverpool have a local derby against Everton 3 days later and then an away game against WBA the following Saturday, it will probably be a team composed of fringe players with possible cameo appearances from Suarez and co for a few minutes at the end when they are already 4 or 5 goals up.[/p][/quote]I remember the same pre-match comments regarding Madrid, you never know..... canfordcherry
  • Score: 3

3:23pm Wed 15 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

Phil McG (Italy) wrote:
Casting my mind back to last summer, I remember people saying that Real Madrid wouldn't be bringing their 'star' players to 'little old Bournemouth' and that they'd field their reserve and youth team.

In the same way that Liverpool's only realistic chance of silverware this season is this cup. Oldham bit their derrier last season but the scousers didn't take the risk this season. They will bring the majority of their 'stars'.

Up the Cherries!
But they are currently lying in a very unsafe 4th, lose a couple of games and they'll miss out on the Champions League next season? Are they going to risk a star player getting injured for a bit of silverware that will net the club a paltry £2m?
[quote][p][bold]Phil McG (Italy)[/bold] wrote: Casting my mind back to last summer, I remember people saying that Real Madrid wouldn't be bringing their 'star' players to 'little old Bournemouth' and that they'd field their reserve and youth team. In the same way that Liverpool's only realistic chance of silverware this season is this cup. Oldham bit their derrier last season but the scousers didn't take the risk this season. They will bring the majority of their 'stars'. Up the Cherries![/p][/quote]But they are currently lying in a very unsafe 4th, lose a couple of games and they'll miss out on the Champions League next season? Are they going to risk a star player getting injured for a bit of silverware that will net the club a paltry £2m? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 2

3:34pm Wed 15 Jan 14

steve518 says...

Davey Boy2000 wrote:
Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !!
Exactly, I have season tickets so I am guaranteed my tickets, why would I wait two hours for them.
[quote][p][bold]Davey Boy2000[/bold] wrote: Sorry but why have they queued for two hours when your season ticket holders ? There seats are reserved for them until close of business on Saturday . . . . . . no need to queue up at 7.15am !![/p][/quote]Exactly, I have season tickets so I am guaranteed my tickets, why would I wait two hours for them. steve518
  • Score: 5

4:11pm Wed 15 Jan 14

jjdodds says...

I hope it's a better game than the last one between these sides in 1968. Both teams were happy with a dull 0-0 and a replay at Anfield before a crowd of 53,000. The highlight of that was Emlyn Hughes's spectacular own goal - I think he felt sorry for us.
I hope it's a better game than the last one between these sides in 1968. Both teams were happy with a dull 0-0 and a replay at Anfield before a crowd of 53,000. The highlight of that was Emlyn Hughes's spectacular own goal - I think he felt sorry for us. jjdodds
  • Score: 6

4:24pm Wed 15 Jan 14

jjdodds says...

I hope it will be a better game than the last one here between these teams in 1968. Both sides were happy with a dull 0-0 draw, and a replay at Anfield, won 4-1 by Liverpool before a crowd of 53,000. The highlight of the replay was our goal, a spectacular o.g. by Emlyn Hughes. I think he felt sorry for us.
I hope it will be a better game than the last one here between these teams in 1968. Both sides were happy with a dull 0-0 draw, and a replay at Anfield, won 4-1 by Liverpool before a crowd of 53,000. The highlight of the replay was our goal, a spectacular o.g. by Emlyn Hughes. I think he felt sorry for us. jjdodds
  • Score: 3

5:19pm Wed 15 Jan 14

ColinPep1 says...

Who cares if Suarez doesn't play? The weaker the Liverpool side, the more chance of a shock upset. They only scraped past Mansfield and lost at Oldham away last season
Who cares if Suarez doesn't play? The weaker the Liverpool side, the more chance of a shock upset. They only scraped past Mansfield and lost at Oldham away last season ColinPep1
  • Score: 3

5:35pm Wed 15 Jan 14

MrPitiful says...

Another thought - 99% of the local Bournemouth "die-hard fans" I speak to, when asked who they support, always say "Bournemouth AND Man Utd" or "Bournemouth AND Chelsea" or "Bournemouth AND Arsenal" or Bournemouth and any other premiership team who is usually enjoying good fortune.

I wonder who all the local fans who support "Bournemouth AND Liverpool" will be supporting on the 25th??

You know who you are.
Another thought - 99% of the local Bournemouth "die-hard fans" I speak to, when asked who they support, always say "Bournemouth AND Man Utd" or "Bournemouth AND Chelsea" or "Bournemouth AND Arsenal" or Bournemouth and any other premiership team who is usually enjoying good fortune. I wonder who all the local fans who support "Bournemouth AND Liverpool" will be supporting on the 25th?? You know who you are. MrPitiful
  • Score: -1

7:36pm Wed 15 Jan 14

susi.m says...

MrPitiful wrote:
Some queue - about 25 people?? Blimey.

Mind you, Bournemouth are gonna get cuffed by Mr Suarez and co.

I reckon at leat 3 or 4 nil to Liverpool.

It's also on ITV. Better off watching it on the box or in the boozer than queueing up to watch them get hammered - andpaying £25 for the priviledge!
Obvious don't understand the pleasure of watching live football.
Nothing like it. You don't know what you are missing.
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: Some queue - about 25 people?? Blimey. Mind you, Bournemouth are gonna get cuffed by Mr Suarez and co. I reckon at leat 3 or 4 nil to Liverpool. It's also on ITV. Better off watching it on the box or in the boozer than queueing up to watch them get hammered - andpaying £25 for the priviledge![/p][/quote]Obvious don't understand the pleasure of watching live football. Nothing like it. You don't know what you are missing. susi.m
  • Score: 1

7:41pm Wed 15 Jan 14

O'Reilly says...

MrPitiful wrote:
Some queue - about 25 people?? Blimey.

Mind you, Bournemouth are gonna get cuffed by Mr Suarez and co.

I reckon at leat 3 or 4 nil to Liverpool.

It's also on ITV. Better off watching it on the box or in the boozer than queueing up to watch them get hammered - andpaying £25 for the priviledge!
Oh, I dunno, I seem to recall Northampton Town beating them in a Cup Tie at Anfield a few years ago...........anythi
ng is possible on the day.
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: Some queue - about 25 people?? Blimey. Mind you, Bournemouth are gonna get cuffed by Mr Suarez and co. I reckon at leat 3 or 4 nil to Liverpool. It's also on ITV. Better off watching it on the box or in the boozer than queueing up to watch them get hammered - andpaying £25 for the priviledge![/p][/quote]Oh, I dunno, I seem to recall Northampton Town beating them in a Cup Tie at Anfield a few years ago...........anythi ng is possible on the day. O'Reilly
  • Score: 0

4:49am Thu 16 Jan 14

Old Boscombe Lad says...

Since emigrating to Canada in '66 I started to follow Liverpool in later years. I wish the Cherries all the best but I've got to go with Liverpool. YNWA.
Since emigrating to Canada in '66 I started to follow Liverpool in later years. I wish the Cherries all the best but I've got to go with Liverpool. YNWA. Old Boscombe Lad
  • Score: -1

11:17pm Fri 17 Jan 14

gameon says...

MrPitiful wrote:
If it gets rained off, I hope all the Cherries fans will pass the hat around again for the Liverpool fans to come back for the rearranged game.

Won't cost as much this time though because most of them can walk up from Boscombe.
Brilliant
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: If it gets rained off, I hope all the Cherries fans will pass the hat around again for the Liverpool fans to come back for the rearranged game. Won't cost as much this time though because most of them can walk up from Boscombe.[/p][/quote]Brilliant gameon
  • Score: 0

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