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Re: Surprise Surprise : Fri Dec 08, 2023 6:30 pm  
Maccbull_BigBullyBooaza wrote:
I won’t be going to Wakefield their ground is unsafe.


That’s fine, you do you. I’ll be there providing I’m not working away.
Re: Surprise Surprise : Tue Dec 12, 2023 12:55 pm  
Bulls Boy 2011 wrote:
That’s fine, you do you. I’ll be there providing I’m not working away.


They’ve announced they’ve passed 5000 season tickets which is some effort. They’re well on the way to gaining an average gate of 6000 per game.

They’re going straight back up aren’t they?
Re: Surprise Surprise : Wed Dec 13, 2023 10:27 am  
Maccbull_BigBullyBooaza wrote:
They’ve announced they’ve passed 5000 season tickets which is some effort. They’re well on the way to gaining an average gate of 6000 per game.

They’re going straight back up aren’t they?

If we do I hope its because we've won the right to...on the pitch, not by IMG point scoring. I'm not in favour of sporting endeavour being negated by elitist bureaucratic dodges...I'd rather leave that to the 15 man game.
Re: Surprise Surprise : Sat Dec 16, 2023 8:54 pm  
Maccbull_BigBullyBooaza wrote:
They’ve announced they’ve passed 5000 season tickets which is some effort. They’re well on the way to gaining an average gate of 6000 per game.

They’re going straight back up aren’t they?


Fair play if they have. The fans at least will be like we were in 2015. Relegation behind us, look forward, excitement for something new. That year I thought we had a great season. Just a shame we couldn't do it at the end. Places some of their fans have never been before etc.

Just a shame what happened two years later. If they don’tbgo straight up. I can see them doing a Bradford and staying for a few years. Fev over the past 2/3 years have proven how hard it is to get out of this league.

Either way. As a neutral I’d sooner see Wakey vs Fev and Wakey vs Bradford than say London vs Fev or Keighley vs Bradford.
Re: Surprise Surprise : Mon Jan 22, 2024 8:48 pm  
Highlander wrote:
It was just so obvious. Wakefield need to show off their new stand and the Bulls away fans are needed to fill it. I see it’s then Halifax at home. If we’re having a totally brutal start then I would assume games 3-6 will be a combination of Fev, Toulouse, Batley and York.


Your alleged massive away support won’t be needed, it’s sold out to Trinity fans.

But thanks for the offer.
Re: Surprise Surprise : Mon Jan 22, 2024 8:52 pm  
Maccbull_BigBullyBooaza wrote:
I won’t be going to Wakefield their ground is unsafe.


So you won’t be watching Bradford at Odslum, not much rugby for you this year old lad.
Re: Surprise Surprise : Wed Jan 24, 2024 1:07 pm  
vastman wrote:
Your alleged massive away support won’t be needed, it’s sold out to Trinity fans.

But thanks for the offer.


Well done you! Although it sounds less impressive when you realise we're only talking about a paltry 2500 seats.

Only joking Vasty! I saw it when I went to a football match at Belle Vue and it is very impressive. Though I don't understand why the club didn't put boxes in it. To have that posh new stand but continue to try to pass off that monstrosity of portacabins off as corporate facilities. As for the "new terrace" behind the Conservative club? Salpping a bit of concrete on the crumbling disaster is not a new terrace. In fact, the old crumbling mess is still visible behind it - talk about sticking lipstick on a pig.


Still according to a Wakefield FC fan I was talking to you've got the best ground in the championship next season. Though that's coming from a fan of a club that spent 4 years claiming to be Wakefield's first professional football club - despite playing in an amateur league in Sheffield at a home ground in Featherstone.

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Re: Surprise Surprise : Sat Jan 27, 2024 12:53 am  
vastman wrote:
For someone whose ground is an old rubbish dump, who's terracing puts you miles from the action and is starting to crumble, has few facilities for the average fan and none of which they own, is utterly laughable. BV on the other hand has a modern full sized pitch that doesn't cut up after a light mist, modern white light floodlighting, permanent big screen, 3 Restaurants, four indoor bars, three outdoor bars, four food outlets, upgraded toilet facilities all around the ground and 12 executive boxes. Not Wembley I agree, but way better than Odsal. Oh, and I forgot to mention a brand new 2,400 capacity state of the art stand.

Please feel free to visit our re-vamped deathtrap, we have nothing to hide.


Modern white floodlighting you say...
Re: Surprise Surprise : Sat Jan 27, 2024 10:11 am  
Bully_Boxer wrote:
Modern white floodlighting you say...


Now don't mock BB it is a new system, but instead of using a smart meter they insisted on reusing their old slot meter, and you know they get problematical with age! :wink:
Re: Surprise Surprise : Sat Jan 27, 2024 10:15 am  
It won't hurt though will it to see the ground more well attended than for any other league game this season.
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