I for one am glad to have a bit of a break.
Then the WC, which I am very much looking forward too, then onto next season with my new seats in the crumbie. Looking forward to it, but glad to have a few months off.
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I know its subjective, but I am looking at changing where we are sat for next season. Currently have an adult and child ticket (and under 10) and we are in the Robin Hood stand. We have sat here for the last three seasons and whilst I do like being right behind the goal, it seems quite a transient s...
I have come quite late to the tigers party. I only moved to the area three years ago. Before that I lived down South and would take my son to footy games. I bought my first match day ticket due to a school promotion/flyer that came home with one of the kids. My son remarked on the "great" atmosphere...
More homegrown talent/squad would be used though with ringfencing. Imagine,like our Irish counterparts,being able to rest our top players before/after a big European game instead of having to rush them back in as happens now. Hello all, Not meaning to be obtuse but why would we be able to rest play...
- Wed Nov 15, 2017 10:27 am
- Forum: Fans Forum
- Topic: Genge, Lozowski and Kruis sent back to clubs!
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- Wed Oct 18, 2017 2:28 pm
- Forum: Fans Forum
- Topic: Ellis Genge - Telegraph report on violence & aggression
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If he can, as he has been doing, keep his cool and wind others up and not get wound up himself, a bold statement, but he could be another Jason Leonard It sounds like a Rudyard Kipling poem! Definitely one of my favourite players to watch and the difference in the last year has been noticeable even...
I don't know any of the other areas but we live in MH and have driven, caught the supporters bus and caught the train in to WR. If I were you I would park up near the station (either find a quiet back street somewhere or there is car park right opposite https://parkonomy.com/en/book/359 and is £4 fo...
I am hoping for the best but expecting the worst. My throat has just about recovered from the Quins game (but I can't get their :censored: song out of my head!) so all ready for Saturday!
Obviously the teams performance has improved compared to recent weeks. To the untrained eye, the lineout wasn't a disaster for much of the match, defence was good (apart from the times they switched off) and as someone said there were still some schoolboy errors creeping in. However it was a great s...
I am going on Saturday and I can't wait. First away game of the season. One half of me is optimistic, but then the other half of me starts talking......... I have no idea how we will do, which team will turn up but no doubt I will shout "Tigers" at the top of my voice and cheer on every point we sco...
- Tue Sep 05, 2017 1:25 pm
- Forum: Welford Road Chit Chat
- Topic: Booing and Language, Timothy!
- Replies: 26
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I don't want to sit with my 8 year old, in front of someone calling the ref a :censored: :censored: because they don't like the way their team is playing and can't comprehend that they aren't entitled to win. Not once but for most of the game. If I wanted that I would go to Premiership Football. Eac...