Cherries: Hayter tips old club for glory

JAMES Hayter failed to halt the Cherries juggernaut and then backed old pal Eddie Howe to keep his men on track for League One glory.

Former Dean Court favourite Hayter tipped Howe to lead the Dorset outfit to at least a play-off place after witnessing first-hand the club’s remarkable transformation.

Glovers star Hayter, who received a warm reception on his return, could not stop Cherries registering a 14th match unbeaten as his Yeovil team suffered a 3-0 Boxing Day defeat.

Goals from striker Lewis Grabban and midfielder Harry Arter came before Brett Pitman converted a late penalty to seal Cherries’ latest victory in front of the club’s biggest home crowd of the season.

The win saw Cherries edge ever closer to the business end of the table – with Howe’s team now just one point adrift of sixth-placed MK Dons.

And Hayter, who scored 94 goals in 358 league appearances for Cherries, believes they are perfectly poised to launch a strong challenge in 2013.

The former Doncaster frontman told the Daily Echo: “Eddie has done unbelievably well. He did unbelievably well here before he left and his record must be second to none.

“He has got the players firing. It is basically the same squad that was here before but he has got them all playing a bit more attacking football than they were before.

“With the squad they have got and with Eddie as manager – and it wouldn’t surprise me if they strengthened again in January with the funds that are available now – I think they will at least be in the play-offs, if not pushing for those automatic places.”

Hayter, who is fourth on Cherries’ list of all-time leading scorers in the Football League, thinks Pitman will prove a big asset to the club’s promotion charge in the new year.

He said: “When I was here, Brett was breaking through and he was a prolific goalscorer in the youth team and reserves.

“He has gone on and had a good career so far. I don’t think it quite worked out for him at Bristol City but he has come back here and I thought he played well.

“If he is getting chances, which I think this Bournemouth team will make for him, I don’t see any reason why he won’t score a lot of goals.”

Hayter was impressed by the way Pitman and Grabban worked together as the duo continued to show signs of developing a fruitful partnership.

The 33-year-old added: “I thought they worked really well.

“Brett came off a little bit and played and Grabban stretches defenders. He looks quick, gets in behind defenders and stretches the play. They work well as a pair and they caused our defence quite a lot of problems at times.”

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10:08am Thu 27 Dec 12

Square Old Codger says...

A good and positive analysis of the game and the Club's situation, it will be interesting to see who Eddie brings in next week, I have heard rumours of a couple of players returning to rejoin us, will just have to wait and see. One thing puzzling me, we are told that it was a "sell out" and yet the gate was a little over 8000 and that included almost 700 Yeovil supporters. Thought the capacity was 9600? Perhaps the Board ought to consider putting the temporary seating back in the South End. I am sure that we will need to accommodate more than 7400 Cherries fans as the Season progresses.
A good and positive analysis of the game and the Club's situation, it will be interesting to see who Eddie brings in next week, I have heard rumours of a couple of players returning to rejoin us, will just have to wait and see. One thing puzzling me, we are told that it was a "sell out" and yet the gate was a little over 8000 and that included almost 700 Yeovil supporters. Thought the capacity was 9600? Perhaps the Board ought to consider putting the temporary seating back in the South End. I am sure that we will need to accommodate more than 7400 Cherries fans as the Season progresses. Square Old Codger
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10:41am Thu 27 Dec 12

The Renegade Master says...

Hayts must be disappointed he wasn't invited back to Dean Court last summer and had to settle for the scrumpy drinking oooh arrgh tractor drivers instead. Still a good player but he didn't have a sniff yesterday.
UTCIAD!
Hayts must be disappointed he wasn't invited back to Dean Court last summer and had to settle for the scrumpy drinking oooh arrgh tractor drivers instead. Still a good player but he didn't have a sniff yesterday. UTCIAD! The Renegade Master
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11:13am Thu 27 Dec 12

hotdog350 says...

It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB
It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB hotdog350
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11:34am Thu 27 Dec 12

Local fan says...

Fantastic to have so many at the game yesterday. Despite the weather it was a wonderful way to spend Boxing Day afternoon and to extend Eddie's incredible unbeaten run to 14 games.The Crawley game should be awesome! Up The Cherries In All Departments!!
Fantastic to have so many at the game yesterday. Despite the weather it was a wonderful way to spend Boxing Day afternoon and to extend Eddie's incredible unbeaten run to 14 games.The Crawley game should be awesome! Up The Cherries In All Departments!! Local fan
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11:45am Thu 27 Dec 12

RED LETTER DAY says...

.THE QUICKSANDS STADIUM sinks Yeovil Town. . . . The next victim, Crawley on Saturday......... Be there.
.THE QUICKSANDS STADIUM sinks Yeovil Town. . . . The next victim, Crawley on Saturday......... Be there. RED LETTER DAY
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11:50am Thu 27 Dec 12

CherryFarmer says...

hotdog350 wrote:
It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB
Yeovil is not a well supported club....it is a small town compared to the Bournemouth Poole Christchurch conurbation. So many seats are wasted in the East Stand when the away support does not take up its full allocation of seats and by the "security" gap between the 2 sets of supporters. We must find a way of accommodating the away supporters to allow the maximum number of home fans to see games. There must be a way of erecting a temporary stand at the south end and then allowing just a small section at the end of the East Stand for family/elderly/disab
led away supporters who require a covered area.
Big game coming up at Brentford....and big support from us is expected. Only trouble is....as its new years day, there are no trains so roads and parking will be very crowded. Good pubs all round the ground which are friendly.
[quote][p][bold]hotdog350[/bold] wrote: It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB[/p][/quote]Yeovil is not a well supported club....it is a small town compared to the Bournemouth Poole Christchurch conurbation. So many seats are wasted in the East Stand when the away support does not take up its full allocation of seats and by the "security" gap between the 2 sets of supporters. We must find a way of accommodating the away supporters to allow the maximum number of home fans to see games. There must be a way of erecting a temporary stand at the south end and then allowing just a small section at the end of the East Stand for family/elderly/disab led away supporters who require a covered area. Big game coming up at Brentford....and big support from us is expected. Only trouble is....as its new years day, there are no trains so roads and parking will be very crowded. Good pubs all round the ground which are friendly. CherryFarmer
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12:14pm Thu 27 Dec 12

Fanfor45 says...

CherryFarmer wrote:
hotdog350 wrote:
It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB
Yeovil is not a well supported club....it is a small town compared to the Bournemouth Poole Christchurch conurbation. So many seats are wasted in the East Stand when the away support does not take up its full allocation of seats and by the "security" gap between the 2 sets of supporters. We must find a way of accommodating the away supporters to allow the maximum number of home fans to see games. There must be a way of erecting a temporary stand at the south end and then allowing just a small section at the end of the East Stand for family/elderly/disab

led away supporters who require a covered area.
Big game coming up at Brentford....and big support from us is expected. Only trouble is....as its new years day, there are no trains so roads and parking will be very crowded. Good pubs all round the ground which are friendly.
In agree with many of the sentiments expressed here,notably the south stand area. Yeovil has open standing terrace. Why not faciltate visiting fans in the south stand area viz a viz the old "brighton beach" end but seated. Then the east stand could be made over to home supporters thus filling the unused "safety" gap. Re trains to Brentford: unless engineering works have closed the line, trains will be running that day. It's the easiest option by a mile. Up the Cherries!!!
[quote][p][bold]CherryFarmer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hotdog350[/bold] wrote: It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB[/p][/quote]Yeovil is not a well supported club....it is a small town compared to the Bournemouth Poole Christchurch conurbation. So many seats are wasted in the East Stand when the away support does not take up its full allocation of seats and by the "security" gap between the 2 sets of supporters. We must find a way of accommodating the away supporters to allow the maximum number of home fans to see games. There must be a way of erecting a temporary stand at the south end and then allowing just a small section at the end of the East Stand for family/elderly/disab led away supporters who require a covered area. Big game coming up at Brentford....and big support from us is expected. Only trouble is....as its new years day, there are no trains so roads and parking will be very crowded. Good pubs all round the ground which are friendly.[/p][/quote]In agree with many of the sentiments expressed here,notably the south stand area. Yeovil has open standing terrace. Why not faciltate visiting fans in the south stand area viz a viz the old "brighton beach" end but seated. Then the east stand could be made over to home supporters thus filling the unused "safety" gap. Re trains to Brentford: unless engineering works have closed the line, trains will be running that day. It's the easiest option by a mile. Up the Cherries!!! Fanfor45
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1:17pm Thu 27 Dec 12

Square Old Codger says...

Fanfor45 wrote:
CherryFarmer wrote:
hotdog350 wrote: It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB
Yeovil is not a well supported club....it is a small town compared to the Bournemouth Poole Christchurch conurbation. So many seats are wasted in the East Stand when the away support does not take up its full allocation of seats and by the "security" gap between the 2 sets of supporters. We must find a way of accommodating the away supporters to allow the maximum number of home fans to see games. There must be a way of erecting a temporary stand at the south end and then allowing just a small section at the end of the East Stand for family/elderly/disab led away supporters who require a covered area. Big game coming up at Brentford....and big support from us is expected. Only trouble is....as its new years day, there are no trains so roads and parking will be very crowded. Good pubs all round the ground which are friendly.
In agree with many of the sentiments expressed here,notably the south stand area. Yeovil has open standing terrace. Why not faciltate visiting fans in the south stand area viz a viz the old "brighton beach" end but seated. Then the east stand could be made over to home supporters thus filling the unused "safety" gap. Re trains to Brentford: unless engineering works have closed the line, trains will be running that day. It's the easiest option by a mile. Up the Cherries!!!
I agree with you, when you look at the games coming up, we only have two away against the top six sides and have most of the teams we are in competition still to visit us, demand for seats is likely to outstrip provision. We should be making it possible for as many local supporters to attend these games as is possible. By seating away supporters in a temporary stand at the South end we should be able to accommodate 9000 or so local supporters.
[quote][p][bold]Fanfor45[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CherryFarmer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hotdog350[/bold] wrote: It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB[/p][/quote]Yeovil is not a well supported club....it is a small town compared to the Bournemouth Poole Christchurch conurbation. So many seats are wasted in the East Stand when the away support does not take up its full allocation of seats and by the "security" gap between the 2 sets of supporters. We must find a way of accommodating the away supporters to allow the maximum number of home fans to see games. There must be a way of erecting a temporary stand at the south end and then allowing just a small section at the end of the East Stand for family/elderly/disab led away supporters who require a covered area. Big game coming up at Brentford....and big support from us is expected. Only trouble is....as its new years day, there are no trains so roads and parking will be very crowded. Good pubs all round the ground which are friendly.[/p][/quote]In agree with many of the sentiments expressed here,notably the south stand area. Yeovil has open standing terrace. Why not faciltate visiting fans in the south stand area viz a viz the old "brighton beach" end but seated. Then the east stand could be made over to home supporters thus filling the unused "safety" gap. Re trains to Brentford: unless engineering works have closed the line, trains will be running that day. It's the easiest option by a mile. Up the Cherries!!![/p][/quote]I agree with you, when you look at the games coming up, we only have two away against the top six sides and have most of the teams we are in competition still to visit us, demand for seats is likely to outstrip provision. We should be making it possible for as many local supporters to attend these games as is possible. By seating away supporters in a temporary stand at the South end we should be able to accommodate 9000 or so local supporters. Square Old Codger
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4:13pm Thu 27 Dec 12

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Square Old Codger wrote:
Fanfor45 wrote:
CherryFarmer wrote:
hotdog350 wrote: It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB
Yeovil is not a well supported club....it is a small town compared to the Bournemouth Poole Christchurch conurbation. So many seats are wasted in the East Stand when the away support does not take up its full allocation of seats and by the "security" gap between the 2 sets of supporters. We must find a way of accommodating the away supporters to allow the maximum number of home fans to see games. There must be a way of erecting a temporary stand at the south end and then allowing just a small section at the end of the East Stand for family/elderly/disab led away supporters who require a covered area. Big game coming up at Brentford....and big support from us is expected. Only trouble is....as its new years day, there are no trains so roads and parking will be very crowded. Good pubs all round the ground which are friendly.
In agree with many of the sentiments expressed here,notably the south stand area. Yeovil has open standing terrace. Why not faciltate visiting fans in the south stand area viz a viz the old "brighton beach" end but seated. Then the east stand could be made over to home supporters thus filling the unused "safety" gap. Re trains to Brentford: unless engineering works have closed the line, trains will be running that day. It's the easiest option by a mile. Up the Cherries!!!
I agree with you, when you look at the games coming up, we only have two away against the top six sides and have most of the teams we are in competition still to visit us, demand for seats is likely to outstrip provision. We should be making it possible for as many local supporters to attend these games as is possible. By seating away supporters in a temporary stand at the South end we should be able to accommodate 9000 or so local supporters.
Bristol Rovers have a temporary covered stand, so why not.??. With Big followings from Pompey, Swindon & Sheff Utd expected we could certainly take advantage of the extra seating (revenue).
[quote][p][bold]Square Old Codger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fanfor45[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CherryFarmer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hotdog350[/bold] wrote: It was great to see the ground so busy yesterday. There was a long queue to get into legends bar and an even longer one for the upstairs bar and this was before 2PM. I know of several people who tried and failed to get tickets so if the capicity was there then yes I reckon 500-1000 more supporters would have being there. I was surprised at how few Yeovil fans turned up considering how many will go to brentford in a few days time to support AFCB[/p][/quote]Yeovil is not a well supported club....it is a small town compared to the Bournemouth Poole Christchurch conurbation. So many seats are wasted in the East Stand when the away support does not take up its full allocation of seats and by the "security" gap between the 2 sets of supporters. We must find a way of accommodating the away supporters to allow the maximum number of home fans to see games. There must be a way of erecting a temporary stand at the south end and then allowing just a small section at the end of the East Stand for family/elderly/disab led away supporters who require a covered area. Big game coming up at Brentford....and big support from us is expected. Only trouble is....as its new years day, there are no trains so roads and parking will be very crowded. Good pubs all round the ground which are friendly.[/p][/quote]In agree with many of the sentiments expressed here,notably the south stand area. Yeovil has open standing terrace. Why not faciltate visiting fans in the south stand area viz a viz the old "brighton beach" end but seated. Then the east stand could be made over to home supporters thus filling the unused "safety" gap. Re trains to Brentford: unless engineering works have closed the line, trains will be running that day. It's the easiest option by a mile. Up the Cherries!!![/p][/quote]I agree with you, when you look at the games coming up, we only have two away against the top six sides and have most of the teams we are in competition still to visit us, demand for seats is likely to outstrip provision. We should be making it possible for as many local supporters to attend these games as is possible. By seating away supporters in a temporary stand at the South end we should be able to accommodate 9000 or so local supporters.[/p][/quote]Bristol Rovers have a temporary covered stand, so why not.??. With Big followings from Pompey, Swindon & Sheff Utd expected we could certainly take advantage of the extra seating (revenue). STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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4:40pm Thu 27 Dec 12

afcb-mark says...

One gripe about yesterday...At half time hundreds went down to get a pie, burger, drink etc and were unable to get served. There were three youngsters behind one counter with two huge queue's. There should have been at least 10 to serve that amount of people in 15 minutes. Many gave up and left the queue. Not only did we not get the service, but the club must have lost hundreds of £££s. Sort it out before the next game please.
One gripe about yesterday...At half time hundreds went down to get a pie, burger, drink etc and were unable to get served. There were three youngsters behind one counter with two huge queue's. There should have been at least 10 to serve that amount of people in 15 minutes. Many gave up and left the queue. Not only did we not get the service, but the club must have lost hundreds of £££s. Sort it out before the next game please. afcb-mark
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4:56pm Thu 27 Dec 12

ducky24 says...

afcb-mark wrote:
One gripe about yesterday...At half time hundreds went down to get a pie, burger, drink etc and were unable to get served. There were three youngsters behind one counter with two huge queue's. There should have been at least 10 to serve that amount of people in 15 minutes. Many gave up and left the queue. Not only did we not get the service, but the club must have lost hundreds of £££s. Sort it out before the next game please.
And the bar staff in the Cherries Bar was only 4 trying to serve hundreds waiting at the bar, 4-5 deep! I gave up waiting to get served and I wasn't the only one. It isn't rocket science! You have to speculate to accumulate! You need 6 or 7 staff to serve at bars in and outside the ground on busy days like it was yesterday.
[quote][p][bold]afcb-mark[/bold] wrote: One gripe about yesterday...At half time hundreds went down to get a pie, burger, drink etc and were unable to get served. There were three youngsters behind one counter with two huge queue's. There should have been at least 10 to serve that amount of people in 15 minutes. Many gave up and left the queue. Not only did we not get the service, but the club must have lost hundreds of £££s. Sort it out before the next game please.[/p][/quote]And the bar staff in the Cherries Bar was only 4 trying to serve hundreds waiting at the bar, 4-5 deep! I gave up waiting to get served and I wasn't the only one. It isn't rocket science! You have to speculate to accumulate! You need 6 or 7 staff to serve at bars in and outside the ground on busy days like it was yesterday. ducky24
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8:11pm Thu 27 Dec 12

rednblack37 says...

ducky24 wrote:
afcb-mark wrote:
One gripe about yesterday...At half time hundreds went down to get a pie, burger, drink etc and were unable to get served. There were three youngsters behind one counter with two huge queue's. There should have been at least 10 to serve that amount of people in 15 minutes. Many gave up and left the queue. Not only did we not get the service, but the club must have lost hundreds of £££s. Sort it out before the next game please.
And the bar staff in the Cherries Bar was only 4 trying to serve hundreds waiting at the bar, 4-5 deep! I gave up waiting to get served and I wasn't the only one. It isn't rocket science! You have to speculate to accumulate! You need 6 or 7 staff to serve at bars in and outside the ground on busy days like it was yesterday.
Add to the above -- in the East Stand, they had sold out of hot food by 2.40pm, I was told there was no more hot food until half time!!!! First time I've ever heard of that.....got to be sorted out, so much revenue being lost.....if we get promoted, with the bigger crowds that will come with it, we'll be a laughing stock if it happens regularly.
[quote][p][bold]ducky24[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]afcb-mark[/bold] wrote: One gripe about yesterday...At half time hundreds went down to get a pie, burger, drink etc and were unable to get served. There were three youngsters behind one counter with two huge queue's. There should have been at least 10 to serve that amount of people in 15 minutes. Many gave up and left the queue. Not only did we not get the service, but the club must have lost hundreds of £££s. Sort it out before the next game please.[/p][/quote]And the bar staff in the Cherries Bar was only 4 trying to serve hundreds waiting at the bar, 4-5 deep! I gave up waiting to get served and I wasn't the only one. It isn't rocket science! You have to speculate to accumulate! You need 6 or 7 staff to serve at bars in and outside the ground on busy days like it was yesterday.[/p][/quote]Add to the above -- in the East Stand, they had sold out of hot food by 2.40pm, I was told there was no more hot food until half time!!!! First time I've ever heard of that.....got to be sorted out, so much revenue being lost.....if we get promoted, with the bigger crowds that will come with it, we'll be a laughing stock if it happens regularly. rednblack37
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9:53am Fri 28 Dec 12

Local fan says...

Bring on Crawley - its going to be a biggie! Hopefully a thriller!
Bring on Crawley - its going to be a biggie! Hopefully a thriller! Local fan
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3:56pm Fri 28 Dec 12

susi.m says...

rednblack37 wrote:
ducky24 wrote:
afcb-mark wrote:
One gripe about yesterday...At half time hundreds went down to get a pie, burger, drink etc and were unable to get served. There were three youngsters behind one counter with two huge queue's. There should have been at least 10 to serve that amount of people in 15 minutes. Many gave up and left the queue. Not only did we not get the service, but the club must have lost hundreds of £££s. Sort it out before the next game please.
And the bar staff in the Cherries Bar was only 4 trying to serve hundreds waiting at the bar, 4-5 deep! I gave up waiting to get served and I wasn't the only one. It isn't rocket science! You have to speculate to accumulate! You need 6 or 7 staff to serve at bars in and outside the ground on busy days like it was yesterday.
Add to the above -- in the East Stand, they had sold out of hot food by 2.40pm, I was told there was no more hot food until half time!!!! First time I've ever heard of that.....got to be sorted out, so much revenue being lost.....if we get promoted, with the bigger crowds that will come with it, we'll be a laughing stock if it happens regularly.
Why worry, the money from catering doesnt go to AFCB anyway. It goes to one of Mitchells companies - Black Label. So why not bring your own food and drink with you untill the catering is correctly brought back "in-house.
[quote][p][bold]rednblack37[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ducky24[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]afcb-mark[/bold] wrote: One gripe about yesterday...At half time hundreds went down to get a pie, burger, drink etc and were unable to get served. There were three youngsters behind one counter with two huge queue's. There should have been at least 10 to serve that amount of people in 15 minutes. Many gave up and left the queue. Not only did we not get the service, but the club must have lost hundreds of £££s. Sort it out before the next game please.[/p][/quote]And the bar staff in the Cherries Bar was only 4 trying to serve hundreds waiting at the bar, 4-5 deep! I gave up waiting to get served and I wasn't the only one. It isn't rocket science! You have to speculate to accumulate! You need 6 or 7 staff to serve at bars in and outside the ground on busy days like it was yesterday.[/p][/quote]Add to the above -- in the East Stand, they had sold out of hot food by 2.40pm, I was told there was no more hot food until half time!!!! First time I've ever heard of that.....got to be sorted out, so much revenue being lost.....if we get promoted, with the bigger crowds that will come with it, we'll be a laughing stock if it happens regularly.[/p][/quote]Why worry, the money from catering doesnt go to AFCB anyway. It goes to one of Mitchells companies - Black Label. So why not bring your own food and drink with you untill the catering is correctly brought back "in-house. susi.m
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