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koptommy93:

--- Quote from: Peter McGurk on March 26, 2023, 02:14:57 pm ---One of the things I like to do whenever I can is to avoid reading the Mail on Sunday. And it makes no sense - to spend money to sell fewer tickets. Unless of course the intention is to put prices up. Been there, tried that, nobody liked it.

I can remember sitting in the "Kemlyn Road" when I was 18. No problems with leg room. I'm no taller now, so I know what the problem is. Shins are the price you pay for love (of ale and far too many chips).

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Their sports reporting is usually fairly decent but I agree, I see zero point in spending all this money to increase capacity to then reduce it

Alan_X:

--- Quote from: Ravishing Rick Dude on March 19, 2023, 01:52:28 am ---Cheers, that would be nice. It's taking a bit too long to reopen it.

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As I said - I've been working away in Malta and Germany and missed that I hadn't reopened it. You can always use report to moderator or drop me a message.

iamnant:

--- Quote from: Peter McGurk on March 26, 2023, 02:14:57 pm ---One of the things I like to do whenever I can is to avoid reading the Mail on Sunday. And it makes no sense - to spend money to sell fewer tickets. Unless of course the intention is to put prices up. Been there, tried that, nobody liked it.

I can remember sitting in the "Kemlyn Road" when I was 18. No problems with leg room. I'm no taller now, so I know what the problem is. Shins are the price you pay for love (of ale and far too many chips).

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My seat's in the lower Kenny and the fact you are so crammed in is a god send during the cold days! Body warmth is a glorious thing.

Although, the guy who sometimes comes to games in the seat behind me needs to soften his knees a bit. The big lanky fucker.

rob1966:

--- Quote from: iamnant on May  7, 2023, 10:34:05 pm ---My seat's in the lower Kenny and the fact you are so crammed in is a god send during the cold days! Body warmth is a glorious thing.

Although, the guy who sometimes comes to games in the seat behind me needs to soften his knees a bit. The big lanky fucker.

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We moved out of the Kemlyn into the Kop in about 08, so glad to get away from those bloody seats. Went in there for the Utd legends game with the missus and kids last October, they've all got long legs and hated it and I couldn't stand it either., I'd forgotten how bad it was.

We were row 3, so the view was great, but when it rained you got drowned. Water still dripped off the roof long after the rain had stopped too

stueya:

--- Quote from: rob1966 on May  7, 2023, 11:14:24 pm ---We moved out of the Kemlyn into the Kop in about 08, so glad to get away from those bloody seats. Went in there for the Utd legends game with the missus and kids last October, they've all got long legs and hated it and I couldn't stand it either., I'd forgotten how bad it was.

We were row 3, so the view was great, but when it rained you got drowned. Water still dripped off the roof long after the rain had stopped too

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Mine are in Row 30in KH, Iím 6í2 so itís a pain in the arse, like the stand though and would be made up if I was in Row 31- the back row by the wall as thereís loads more leg room in them

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