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Wednesday 29th May 2024

Scottish League Cup Group Stage Draw - 1pm

🔴⚪️ Come on you Reds! ⚪🔴

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No, standing. Do you pish like a bitch?

 

You must have got the last standing ticket then. When I phoned 10 mins ago they only had seating so I left it. Does anyone know how hard/easy it is to enter the ground with a seating ticket but just stand on the terracing?

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You must have got the last standing ticket then. When I phoned 10 mins ago they only had seating so I left it. Does anyone know how hard/easy it is to enter the ground with a seating ticket but just stand on the terracing?

 

I was thinking of doing the same, I kinda assumed it would just be seated tickets that were left. Canny imagine the segregation being too tough.

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Thats the home end from memory and now got a roof on it so not in that end....................unless of course you are advocating the 80s habit of taking the home end??

 

Strangely I went into google images and typed 'football terrace' to get a generic image of one to get the blood flowing and it wasn't until later I realised it was actually Recreation Park. Covered terrace is even better, lots of noise. Although I don't remember much noise at Arbroath a few years back, maybe my ears were blocked with ice and my eyes with smoke from the Cemaphor Reds.

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Strangely I went into google images and typed 'football terrace' to get a generic image of one to get the blood flowing and it wasn't until later I realised it was actually Recreation Park. Covered terrace is even better, lots of noise. Although I don't remember much noise at Arbroath a few years back, maybe my ears were blocked with ice and my eyes with smoke from the Cemaphor Reds.

ayr united was like a morgue in the covered terracing.

Expect much the same on saturday :-\

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A pub inside a sports complex sounds like a bad mix with pissed up Dons fans.

 

In response to a similar post from me

 

No, the bar is pretty much separated from the rest of the place, and the bar staff are well used to a few rowdy football supporters.

 

There are also a few pubs in the town centre if you like a bit of adventure, a few "characters" and a laugh. Locker Room, Prim, Station and Star are all within 2 minutes of each other. Avoid the Vennel.

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