AFC Bournemouth: Liverpool or Oldham await Cherries or Burton

Bournemouth Echo: LIVERPOOL FAN: Cherries' Eunan O'Kane LIVERPOOL FAN: Cherries' Eunan O'Kane

CHERRIES’ Liverpool contingent will be hoping both clubs progress in the FA Cup following today’s fourth round draw.

Defenders Tommy Elphick and Steve Cook, midfielder Eunan O’Kane and striker Lewis Grabban are all keen supporters of the Reds.

And should Cherries overcome Burton Albion in their rearranged third round tie a week on Tuesday, they could face the Premier League big guns.

The victors will earn a home draw against either Liverpool or Oldham Athletic, who are due to meet today at Anfield (3pm).

In a recent interview with the Daily Echo, O’Kane said: “My father is a Liverpool fan so I was brought up supporting them. I think he was happy for me to support any team but Manchester United and was just glad it turned out to be Liverpool in the end!

“When I was a youngster at Everton, I used to go to Anfield quite a lot and watched most of their home Champions’ League games. My idol is Steven Gerrard, he is something else as a player.

“Most of the other lads in the dressing room gang up on us because we have been saying Liverpool have a chance to win the Premier League this season. They kept dismissing us but some of them are starting to come round a bit.

“Franno (Simon Francis) is usually in there trying to stir things up. He is the spokesperson for everyone else but Grabbs defends us pretty well. He doesn’t like anybody saying anything bad about Liverpool. There are differences of opinion and it is quite funny to listen to.

“There are a couple of United fans and I think Rocky (Ryan Allsop) supports them. Apart from that, there are no other groups and the rest are spread out.

“Harry Arter seems to support whoever is sitting best on any given day. When there is a discussion going on, he supports whoever gives him the most bait for an argument to throw back at people.

“When it comes to trophies, he is a United fan and, when it comes to the best footballing team, he is an Arsenal fan. He changes from day to day and it all makes for good banter!”

Steve Fletcher, Cherries scout and club ambassador, is also a Liverpool supporter and he took to Twitter to post “The one tie I always prayed for every year in the #FACup #BoyHoodTeam”.

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2:55pm Sun 5 Jan 14

smhinto says...

A great draw if it comes off. I we get the mighty reds of Liverpool I wonder if Eddie will be fielding a weakened team against Burton as he planned to do.
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Burton will be fired up for this one as much as we are, so will Eddie risk dropping key players ?? I would be very surprised if he did.
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Regards
A great draw if it comes off. I we get the mighty reds of Liverpool I wonder if Eddie will be fielding a weakened team against Burton as he planned to do. . Burton will be fired up for this one as much as we are, so will Eddie risk dropping key players ?? I would be very surprised if he did. . Regards smhinto
  • Score: 6

2:58pm Sun 5 Jan 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Ok i'll take it...... out with the sleeping bags again for this one me thinks.
Hopefully the club will cash in and offer stubb holders from the Burton game second refusal, after ST holders of course.
With Eddie being an Everton fan it should be interesting, i reckon his team selection for Burton may have just changed. About time we got a decent draw.
Ok i'll take it...... out with the sleeping bags again for this one me thinks. Hopefully the club will cash in and offer stubb holders from the Burton game second refusal, after ST holders of course. With Eddie being an Everton fan it should be interesting, i reckon his team selection for Burton may have just changed. About time we got a decent draw. STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 9

2:59pm Sun 5 Jan 14

cheeriedriteup says...

smhinto wrote:
A great draw if it comes off. I we get the mighty reds of Liverpool I wonder if Eddie will be fielding a weakened team against Burton as he planned to do.
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Burton will be fired up for this one as much as we are, so will Eddie risk dropping key players ?? I would be very surprised if he did.
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Regards
I think this will definitely determine who plays on the eve of 14th ,
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: A great draw if it comes off. I we get the mighty reds of Liverpool I wonder if Eddie will be fielding a weakened team against Burton as he planned to do. . Burton will be fired up for this one as much as we are, so will Eddie risk dropping key players ?? I would be very surprised if he did. . Regards[/p][/quote]I think this will definitely determine who plays on the eve of 14th , cheeriedriteup
  • Score: 2

3:03pm Sun 5 Jan 14

afcb1960 says...

If it is AFCB V LFC I hope the club give ticketing priority to firstly season ticket holders then to true supporters who have been to a minimum amount of home games this season and anything that is left should go to the plastic supporters, lets hope Mr Mostyn and the board look at this once we know who we are playing in the next round. UP THE CHERRIES.
If it is AFCB V LFC I hope the club give ticketing priority to firstly season ticket holders then to true supporters who have been to a minimum amount of home games this season and anything that is left should go to the plastic supporters, lets hope Mr Mostyn and the board look at this once we know who we are playing in the next round. UP THE CHERRIES. afcb1960
  • Score: 11

3:10pm Sun 5 Jan 14

boyerboy says...

I predict 22,000 "genuine" AFCB supporters will be moaning at the lack of tickets available for this one....about time we had a decent cup run!!!!

Watch out for the teeth Cookie !
I predict 22,000 "genuine" AFCB supporters will be moaning at the lack of tickets available for this one....about time we had a decent cup run!!!! Watch out for the teeth Cookie ! boyerboy
  • Score: 4

3:28pm Sun 5 Jan 14

white 147 says...

Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.
Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off. white 147
  • Score: 3

3:38pm Sun 5 Jan 14

nonnogeppetto says...

I hope history doesn't repeat itself!! I recall Liverpool featuring in one of our FA ties and we ended up playing Burnley few years back. Oldham!!!! No I prefer Liverpool
I hope history doesn't repeat itself!! I recall Liverpool featuring in one of our FA ties and we ended up playing Burnley few years back. Oldham!!!! No I prefer Liverpool nonnogeppetto
  • Score: 3

3:39pm Sun 5 Jan 14

smhinto says...

white 147 wrote:
Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.
Agreed - I feel a voucher should be given out to all those who attend any home games prior to the match. i.e. given when purchasing a match ticket.
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This will entitle the fans that turn up every week to have priority over ticket allocation. I seem to recall that the same scheme was introduced prior to the Man Utd game back in the 1980's.
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Regards
[quote][p][bold]white 147[/bold] wrote: Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.[/p][/quote]Agreed - I feel a voucher should be given out to all those who attend any home games prior to the match. i.e. given when purchasing a match ticket. . This will entitle the fans that turn up every week to have priority over ticket allocation. I seem to recall that the same scheme was introduced prior to the Man Utd game back in the 1980's. . Regards smhinto
  • Score: 4

3:47pm Sun 5 Jan 14

cherrygood says...

Looks like it is likely to be a tv game so extra incentive to beat Burton assuming Liverpool beat Oldham.

Only trouble is that will mean the kick off may be at an obscure time of the day.
Looks like it is likely to be a tv game so extra incentive to beat Burton assuming Liverpool beat Oldham. Only trouble is that will mean the kick off may be at an obscure time of the day. cherrygood
  • Score: 3

3:51pm Sun 5 Jan 14

bmthtillidie says...

The 1st Bmth game I saw was 67/8 v Liverpool in the FA Cup 3rd round. Result was 0-0 and we lost the replay 4-1. Because the Liverpool ticket demand was so great the club gave the South End to Liverpool fans and I ended up in the Brighton Beach End. A great day and I can still see Roger Hunt of world cup winning fame hitting the ball just over his own cross bar to avoid a cross from the by line going to a Bmth player. Now living in the Midlands I'll struggle to get a ticket but a draw and a replay at Anfield would be very good for the club from a number of aspects. Just got to beat Burton first.......
The 1st Bmth game I saw was 67/8 v Liverpool in the FA Cup 3rd round. Result was 0-0 and we lost the replay 4-1. Because the Liverpool ticket demand was so great the club gave the South End to Liverpool fans and I ended up in the Brighton Beach End. A great day and I can still see Roger Hunt of world cup winning fame hitting the ball just over his own cross bar to avoid a cross from the by line going to a Bmth player. Now living in the Midlands I'll struggle to get a ticket but a draw and a replay at Anfield would be very good for the club from a number of aspects. Just got to beat Burton first....... bmthtillidie
  • Score: 3

3:52pm Sun 5 Jan 14

cherrygood says...

smhinto wrote:
white 147 wrote:
Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.
Agreed - I feel a voucher should be given out to all those who attend any home games prior to the match. i.e. given when purchasing a match ticket.
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This will entitle the fans that turn up every week to have priority over ticket allocation. I seem to recall that the same scheme was introduced prior to the Man Utd game back in the 1980's.
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Regards
That means you won't be able to go!
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white 147[/bold] wrote: Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.[/p][/quote]Agreed - I feel a voucher should be given out to all those who attend any home games prior to the match. i.e. given when purchasing a match ticket. . This will entitle the fans that turn up every week to have priority over ticket allocation. I seem to recall that the same scheme was introduced prior to the Man Utd game back in the 1980's. . Regards[/p][/quote]That means you won't be able to go! cherrygood
  • Score: 12

4:01pm Sun 5 Jan 14

mossy 1 says...

Wonder how much the tickets might cost,darn sight more than for Burton and probably more (and possibly a lot more)than for a normal league game .
Wonder how much the tickets might cost,darn sight more than for Burton and probably more (and possibly a lot more)than for a normal league game . mossy 1
  • Score: 1

4:07pm Sun 5 Jan 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

smhinto wrote:
white 147 wrote:
Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.
Agreed - I feel a voucher should be given out to all those who attend any home games prior to the match. i.e. given when purchasing a match ticket.
.
This will entitle the fans that turn up every week to have priority over ticket allocation. I seem to recall that the same scheme was introduced prior to the Man Utd game back in the 1980's.
.
Regards
No need. The clubs data-base will tell them exactly who has been loyal over the years. With respect there is Not much point in you applying Smhinto, although, you may be dispatched on a scouting mission, i understand Lfc have a young raw Uraguayan striker that Lincoln City might be interested in
Regards.!!!
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white 147[/bold] wrote: Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.[/p][/quote]Agreed - I feel a voucher should be given out to all those who attend any home games prior to the match. i.e. given when purchasing a match ticket. . This will entitle the fans that turn up every week to have priority over ticket allocation. I seem to recall that the same scheme was introduced prior to the Man Utd game back in the 1980's. . Regards[/p][/quote]No need. The clubs data-base will tell them exactly who has been loyal over the years. With respect there is Not much point in you applying Smhinto, although, you may be dispatched on a scouting mission, i understand Lfc have a young raw Uraguayan striker that Lincoln City might be interested in Regards.!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 9

4:18pm Sun 5 Jan 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

smhinto wrote:
white 147 wrote:
Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.
Agreed - I feel a voucher should be given out to all those who attend any home games prior to the match. i.e. given when purchasing a match ticket.
.
This will entitle the fans that turn up every week to have priority over ticket allocation. I seem to recall that the same scheme was introduced prior to the Man Utd game back in the 1980's.
.
Regards
Actually, it was stubb from the home match against Exeter for the Man utd game as i recall, can't remember the attendance but i know it was way beyond our average 4,000 back then.
Who could forget the 4th rnd trip to Middlesbrough as well ??. That gruelling football special train trip seemed to take for ever.. got back to Branksome station at about 5am.
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white 147[/bold] wrote: Fans who have never been before will want tickets but should not be allowed for this match if it comes off.[/p][/quote]Agreed - I feel a voucher should be given out to all those who attend any home games prior to the match. i.e. given when purchasing a match ticket. . This will entitle the fans that turn up every week to have priority over ticket allocation. I seem to recall that the same scheme was introduced prior to the Man Utd game back in the 1980's. . Regards[/p][/quote]Actually, it was stubb from the home match against Exeter for the Man utd game as i recall, can't remember the attendance but i know it was way beyond our average 4,000 back then. Who could forget the 4th rnd trip to Middlesbrough as well ??. That gruelling football special train trip seemed to take for ever.. got back to Branksome station at about 5am. STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 0

4:21pm Sun 5 Jan 14

mikeymagic says...

I don't even like football since money killed the game but I follow B'mth as my Dad is a loyal season ticket holder who wouldn't miss a gam for his own funeral. I hope that they progress and get a tie with Liverpool and that the club are loyal back to the true fans and ensure that the people keeping this club in business don't need to spend 3 days queueing for a ticket or miss out. There will be many armchair supporters who fancy a look at a perm team. Let's face it, most of Boscombe has a scouse accent!!! Do the right thing AFCB.
I don't even like football since money killed the game but I follow B'mth as my Dad is a loyal season ticket holder who wouldn't miss a gam for his own funeral. I hope that they progress and get a tie with Liverpool and that the club are loyal back to the true fans and ensure that the people keeping this club in business don't need to spend 3 days queueing for a ticket or miss out. There will be many armchair supporters who fancy a look at a perm team. Let's face it, most of Boscombe has a scouse accent!!! Do the right thing AFCB. mikeymagic
  • Score: 4

5:02pm Sun 5 Jan 14

RED on tour says...

This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting.
On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.
This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting. On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0. RED on tour
  • Score: -2

5:08pm Sun 5 Jan 14

nonnogeppetto says...

RED on tour wrote:
This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting.
On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.
As I always support England when they play Italy I think you should support the Cherries. Come on you reds will be OK !!!
[quote][p][bold]RED on tour[/bold] wrote: This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting. On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.[/p][/quote]As I always support England when they play Italy I think you should support the Cherries. Come on you reds will be OK !!! nonnogeppetto
  • Score: -1

5:14pm Sun 5 Jan 14

bmthtillidie says...

RED on tour wrote:
This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting.
On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.
For your own well being I wouldn't wear a L'pool shirt or scarf!!
[quote][p][bold]RED on tour[/bold] wrote: This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting. On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.[/p][/quote]For your own well being I wouldn't wear a L'pool shirt or scarf!! bmthtillidie
  • Score: 0

5:16pm Sun 5 Jan 14

Deejaycee says...

Before too many people start laying down the law as to who has the right to obtain a ticket for a possible meeting with AFCB and Liverpool, I would like to point out that I have only managed to see 4 games in total this season. However as a lifelong supporter, having watched Boscombe play countless times since 1949, I feel I have as much right to get a ticket as anyone else. I would like to point out that as a pensioner in his 70s, it is case of prioritising
when on a fixed limited pension.
Before too many people start laying down the law as to who has the right to obtain a ticket for a possible meeting with AFCB and Liverpool, I would like to point out that I have only managed to see 4 games in total this season. However as a lifelong supporter, having watched Boscombe play countless times since 1949, I feel I have as much right to get a ticket as anyone else. I would like to point out that as a pensioner in his 70s, it is case of prioritising when on a fixed limited pension. Deejaycee
  • Score: 4

5:18pm Sun 5 Jan 14

TedMacsCherryPants says...

I can smell a "giant-killing" coming...and I don't mean that Burton will beat us!!!
There's only ONE Red Army...UTCIAD
I can smell a "giant-killing" coming...and I don't mean that Burton will beat us!!! There's only ONE Red Army...UTCIAD TedMacsCherryPants
  • Score: 1

5:34pm Sun 5 Jan 14

raybren says...

Am getting my GAZEBO ready to put my TENT inside to put my SLEEPING BAG inside with my JAMJARS attached , to get a TICKET ! I am not assuming we will beat Burton , however ......
Am getting my GAZEBO ready to put my TENT inside to put my SLEEPING BAG inside with my JAMJARS attached , to get a TICKET ! I am not assuming we will beat Burton , however ...... raybren
  • Score: 0

5:34pm Sun 5 Jan 14

afcb-mark says...

I think it's fair to say those who were named against Burton on Saturday will be disappointed when the re arranged match is played. It will be the first team out now if Liverpool are on the cards for the next round and rightfully so.
I think it's fair to say those who were named against Burton on Saturday will be disappointed when the re arranged match is played. It will be the first team out now if Liverpool are on the cards for the next round and rightfully so. afcb-mark
  • Score: 1

5:49pm Sun 5 Jan 14

holdinkæft says...

RED on tour wrote:
This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting.
On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.
Settle down you lot.
We have to beat Burton first !!!
So lets just keep the lid on it for a while, hoping for a win.
It is the FA cup you know and anything can happen.
[quote][p][bold]RED on tour[/bold] wrote: This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting. On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.[/p][/quote]Settle down you lot. We have to beat Burton first !!! So lets just keep the lid on it for a while, hoping for a win. It is the FA cup you know and anything can happen. holdinkæft
  • Score: -1

5:56pm Sun 5 Jan 14

abc100 says...

IF we do get to play Liverpool after season ticket holders I reckon those that wanted to see Real Madrid will show there ugly heads again, I really hope those fans that go each week but don't have a season ticket get one, I'm ok as I have a ST so I hope the club have a plan if we beat Burton
IF we do get to play Liverpool after season ticket holders I reckon those that wanted to see Real Madrid will show there ugly heads again, I really hope those fans that go each week but don't have a season ticket get one, I'm ok as I have a ST so I hope the club have a plan if we beat Burton abc100
  • Score: 3

6:05pm Sun 5 Jan 14

alasdair1967 says...

holdinkæft wrote:
RED on tour wrote:
This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting.
On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.
Settle down you lot.
We have to beat Burton first !!!
So lets just keep the lid on it for a while, hoping for a win.
It is the FA cup you know and anything can happen.
Here here ,a fantastic potential draw but as stated we need to beat burton first ,there tails will be up as well so not a walk over,I doubt there. Will be cheap tickets for the next fa cup game I predict prices similar to the Real Madrid game if we progress past burton
[quote][p][bold]holdinkæft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RED on tour[/bold] wrote: This is without doubt the worst draw that could be made, Bournemouth v Liverpool. Have a season ticket in the North (Steve Fletcher) stand and a members card for Liverpool. Support both teams, however, which shirt to wear, which scarf to carry, which song to sing. Note to self keep gob shut in case cheer on wrong team depending where in ground sitting. On a more sober note it is a dream draw regardless who you support and it will be Liverpool at Dean Court as they have just won 2 0.[/p][/quote]Settle down you lot. We have to beat Burton first !!! So lets just keep the lid on it for a while, hoping for a win. It is the FA cup you know and anything can happen.[/p][/quote]Here here ,a fantastic potential draw but as stated we need to beat burton first ,there tails will be up as well so not a walk over,I doubt there. Will be cheap tickets for the next fa cup game I predict prices similar to the Real Madrid game if we progress past burton alasdair1967
  • Score: 1

6:24pm Sun 5 Jan 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

abc100 wrote:
IF we do get to play Liverpool after season ticket holders I reckon those that wanted to see Real Madrid will show there ugly heads again, I really hope those fans that go each week but don't have a season ticket get one, I'm ok as I have a ST so I hope the club have a plan if we beat Burton
I bet those half season tickets will be selling well this week.!!!
[quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: IF we do get to play Liverpool after season ticket holders I reckon those that wanted to see Real Madrid will show there ugly heads again, I really hope those fans that go each week but don't have a season ticket get one, I'm ok as I have a ST so I hope the club have a plan if we beat Burton[/p][/quote]I bet those half season tickets will be selling well this week.!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 1

9:44am Mon 6 Jan 14

lambertt says...

I have a season ticket at Anfied and at Dean Court, so will be happy/ unhappy at any result! On balance AFCB have always been my first love and wil be delighted if we win (should we pay them,of coure). Our strongest team vs Burton please Eddie
I have a season ticket at Anfied and at Dean Court, so will be happy/ unhappy at any result! On balance AFCB have always been my first love and wil be delighted if we win (should we pay them,of coure). Our strongest team vs Burton please Eddie lambertt
  • Score: 0

10:19am Mon 6 Jan 14

a real supporter says...

As a season ticket holder I really don't care who else will get the remaining tickets. As long as the whole ground is sold out and revenue is generated for the club. Why should anybody get any sort of priority because they have attended a few (properly the bigger clubs) matches this year or paid a tenner for the cup game. Go and buy the 1/2 season ticket, now available, for the last 11 home games and guarantee yourself a cup ticket. We have Leicester, Burnley, Leeds, QPR, Forest etc all coming, you know it makes sense and you save money.
As a season ticket holder I really don't care who else will get the remaining tickets. As long as the whole ground is sold out and revenue is generated for the club. Why should anybody get any sort of priority because they have attended a few (properly the bigger clubs) matches this year or paid a tenner for the cup game. Go and buy the 1/2 season ticket, now available, for the last 11 home games and guarantee yourself a cup ticket. We have Leicester, Burnley, Leeds, QPR, Forest etc all coming, you know it makes sense and you save money. a real supporter
  • Score: 0

10:20pm Tue 14 Jan 14

richh81 says...

afcb1960 wrote:
If it is AFCB V LFC I hope the club give ticketing priority to firstly season ticket holders then to true supporters who have been to a minimum amount of home games this season and anything that is left should go to the plastic supporters, lets hope Mr Mostyn and the board look at this once we know who we are playing in the next round. UP THE CHERRIES.
I am so sick of hearing "real" fans like you slag off anyone who hasn't been to dean court half dozen times or more a season as "plastic fans".
I was born in Poole and raised a cherries fan yet have moved to the west country for family reasons, the majority of my family still live in b'mouth and whenever I can get back there I try to watch the cherries, unfortunately for me I have spinal injuries so haven't been back for a few years but will be trying to get a ticket for this game like so many other "plastic" fans - are you telling me I shouldnt be attending because I fail to meet your preconceived notion of what makes a "real" football fan?! im happy you're in a financially viable position and have enough time/live close enough to be able to attend as often as is necessary to be deemed a true cherries fan unlike so many other unfortunate souls...
[quote][p][bold]afcb1960[/bold] wrote: If it is AFCB V LFC I hope the club give ticketing priority to firstly season ticket holders then to true supporters who have been to a minimum amount of home games this season and anything that is left should go to the plastic supporters, lets hope Mr Mostyn and the board look at this once we know who we are playing in the next round. UP THE CHERRIES.[/p][/quote]I am so sick of hearing "real" fans like you slag off anyone who hasn't been to dean court half dozen times or more a season as "plastic fans". I was born in Poole and raised a cherries fan yet have moved to the west country for family reasons, the majority of my family still live in b'mouth and whenever I can get back there I try to watch the cherries, unfortunately for me I have spinal injuries so haven't been back for a few years but will be trying to get a ticket for this game like so many other "plastic" fans - are you telling me I shouldnt be attending because I fail to meet your preconceived notion of what makes a "real" football fan?! im happy you're in a financially viable position and have enough time/live close enough to be able to attend as often as is necessary to be deemed a true cherries fan unlike so many other unfortunate souls... richh81
  • Score: 1

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