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Re: planning ahead...

Post by Devon White » Sat Sep 10, 2016 8:39 pm

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Devon White wrote:I'd like to watch us at Walsall next week but 'sold out'
Damn, really? I fancied that - I'd like to see this bag-of-shit side while they're still top of the league. :D

Asked my mate to order two tickets on Friday so hopefully he get in before we sold out.
Initial allocation gone. More released next week according to the club site. I'm in if there are.
Cool, ta #CommenceCatHerding
Thanks, will try for 3 on monday

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by Andy Waller » Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:27 pm

The home match on the 15th of October Vs Oldham corresponds nicely with the Bolton Beer festival at the Macron too...

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by boltonboris » Mon Sep 12, 2016 4:24 pm

Devon White wrote:
Dave Sutton's barnet wrote:
LeverEnd wrote:
Dave Sutton's barnet wrote:
Devon White wrote:I'd like to watch us at Walsall next week but 'sold out'
Damn, really? I fancied that - I'd like to see this bag-of-shit side while they're still top of the league. :D

Asked my mate to order two tickets on Friday so hopefully he get in before we sold out.
Initial allocation gone. More released next week according to the club site. I'm in if there are.
Cool, ta #CommenceCatHerding
Thanks, will try for 3 on monday
On sale tomorrow. For 1 day only I believe, which is a bit weird, but budgets and all that I suppose
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by Dave Sutton's barnet » Thu Sep 29, 2016 2:40 pm

Swindon tickets are on open sale. Just bought two, £25 per pop, and I have to admit it wasn't with great enthusiasm.

(Swindon is a week on Saturday, after the two home games against Oxford and the midweek empty-stander against Blackpool in the Boycott Cup. Remember the Swindon game starts at 1pm, presumably because England play later that day under charisma vortex Gareth Southgate.)

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by General Mannerheim » Mon Oct 03, 2016 6:34 pm

Id still like some tickets for Bury if anyone willing...

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by TonyDomingos » Thu Oct 06, 2016 10:45 pm

Home game v Gillingham now on tv. KO 8pm, Monday, 12 December. Box office gold for Sky.
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by kagni » Fri Oct 07, 2016 10:47 am

TonyDomingos wrote:Home game v Gillingham now on tv. KO 8pm, Monday, 12 December. Box office gold for Sky.
It's a joke that they change these fixtures so late, have flights and hotel booked for the game that weekend.
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by officer_dibble » Fri Oct 07, 2016 12:12 pm

Do you have to go now?
Commiserations.

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by kagni » Fri Oct 07, 2016 12:49 pm

officer_dibble wrote:Do you have to go now?
Commiserations.
Don't have to go but may as well now, the game is really just an excuse for a weekend on the beer, so piss up won't be cancelled.
May try for another Wanderers game in the new year.

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by TonyDomingos » Thu Oct 20, 2016 11:47 am

General Mannerheim wrote:Id still like some tickets for Bury if anyone willing...
Hope someone was willing, General.

It's a sell-out! #BWFC's allocation of 3,200 tickets for this coming Monday's trip to @buryfcofficial have now all been snapped up.

Last night's attendance at Bury was just over 2,000.
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by Dave Sutton's barnet » Thu Oct 20, 2016 12:59 pm

TonyDomingos wrote:Last night's attendance at Bury was just over 2,000.
You'd expect they'd all be out for this one. But then they've just tweeted this:

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Probably too busy worrying about their fourth winding-up order of the year, which landed this morning.

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by Bruce Rioja » Thu Oct 20, 2016 1:00 pm

TonyDomingos wrote:
General Mannerheim wrote:Id still like some tickets for Bury if anyone willing...
Hope someone was willing, General.

It's a sell-out! #BWFC's allocation of 3,200 tickets for this coming Monday's trip to @buryfcofficial have now all been snapped up.

Last night's attendance at Bury was just over 2,000.
Always the case with them, TD. Even when Stan Ternent had the best Bury side of our lifetimes playing in the Championship the people of Bury failed to get behind them. Probably too busy making their way to Trafford.
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by Bruce Rioja » Thu Oct 20, 2016 1:04 pm

Dave Sutton's barnet wrote:
TonyDomingos wrote:Last night's attendance at Bury was just over 2,000.
You'd expect they'd all be out for this one. But then they've just tweeted this:

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Probably too busy worrying about their fourth winding-up order of the year, which landed this morning.
Can't read Twitter at work, DSB. Can you do us a favour and copy it out please, Buster?

I thought that the people of Rochdale might have turned out for our game there too (a former colleague, Dale fan, drove up from Dorking for it) but they didn't.
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by TonyDomingos » Thu Oct 20, 2016 2:41 pm

Bruce Rioja wrote:
Dave Sutton's barnet wrote:
TonyDomingos wrote:Last night's attendance at Bury was just over 2,000.
You'd expect they'd all be out for this one. But then they've just tweeted this:

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Probably too busy worrying about their fourth winding-up order of the year, which landed this morning.
Can't read Twitter at work, DSB. Can you do us a favour and copy it out please, Buster?

I thought that the people of Rochdale might have turned out for our game there too (a former colleague, Dale fan, drove up from Dorking for it) but they didn't.
I assume the "3,700 sold" includes our 3,200! :lol:
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by Dave Sutton's barnet » Thu Oct 20, 2016 3:02 pm

Bruce Rioja wrote:Can't read Twitter at work, DSB. Can you do us a favour and copy it out please, Buster?
Sorry - my bad for being lazy.
per Bury Times:
Bury served with fourth winding-up petition of the year

BURY Football Club has been served notice to appear at the High Court in London to answer a winding-up petition.

The petition has been brought by HM Revenue and Customs and a date for the hearing has been set for Monday, November 21, at the Royal Courts of Justice.

It is the fourth winding-up petition served by HMRC against Bury FC this year.

On the three previous occasions – in January, April and June – the petitions were lodged after the club missed the date set for payment of its tax bill and were later dismissed after it settled its debts to HMRC.


Bury were made to pay court costs in the first two cases but vice-chairman Glenn Thomas said they were awarded costs in June after the bill was paid before the wind-up petition was served.

It is unclear whether the club has yet been able to clear its debts with HMRC on this occasion.

But a club spokesman said: "The club is aware of the matter and will issue a statement in due course.

"There is no issue and we have instructed our lawyers to deal with it."

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by General Mannerheim » Thu Oct 20, 2016 3:18 pm

TonyDomingos wrote:
General Mannerheim wrote:Id still like some tickets for Bury if anyone willing...
Hope someone was willing, General.

It's a sell-out! #BWFC's allocation of 3,200 tickets for this coming Monday's trip to @buryfcofficial have now all been snapped up.

Last night's attendance at Bury was just over 2,000.
Good old LeverEnd hooked us up thanks! cant wait!!!

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by TonyDomingos » Thu Oct 20, 2016 4:42 pm

General Mannerheim wrote:
TonyDomingos wrote:
General Mannerheim wrote:Id still like some tickets for Bury if anyone willing...
Hope someone was willing, General.

It's a sell-out! #BWFC's allocation of 3,200 tickets for this coming Monday's trip to @buryfcofficial have now all been snapped up.

Last night's attendance at Bury was just over 2,000.
Good old LeverEnd hooked us up thanks! cant wait!!!
LeverEnd?

Hooked you up?

I'm getting .... Fannies .... gents .... :shock:
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Sobre a terra, sobre o mar,
Às armas, às armas!
Pela Pátria lutar!
Contra os canhões marchar, marchar!

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Re: planning ahead...

Post by LeverEnd » Thu Oct 20, 2016 4:51 pm

TonyDomingos wrote:
General Mannerheim wrote:
TonyDomingos wrote:
General Mannerheim wrote:Id still like some tickets for Bury if anyone willing...
Hope someone was willing, General.

It's a sell-out! #BWFC's allocation of 3,200 tickets for this coming Monday's trip to @buryfcofficial have now all been snapped up.

Last night's attendance at Bury was just over 2,000.
Good old LeverEnd hooked us up thanks! cant wait!!!
LeverEnd?

Hooked you up?

I'm getting .... Fannies .... gents .... :shock:
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by officer_dibble » Thu Oct 20, 2016 9:03 pm

Bury
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Re: planning ahead...

Post by boltonboris » Fri Oct 21, 2016 11:09 am

Not sure what we expect from a team just outside Manchester who have been in the bottom couple of divisions for all but about 4 years in the last 50.

The people of Bury, don't support Bury. Not the fault of their actual fans. More likely to see a Barcelona shirt outside Gigg Lane most days than a Bury shirt. Which is sad

They roughly have half the population of Bolton, but with absolutely nowhere near the same catchment area, nor recent success
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