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    Default Best place to sit.

    I'm coming up for the Boro carling cup game and I'm bringing my mate.... a Boro fan, where's the best place to sit with him that won't get him killed



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue
    I'm coming up for the Boro carling cup game and I'm bringing my mate.... a Boro fan, where's the best place to sit with him that won't get him killed

    With the Boro fans, but then you might get killed.

    Seriously though nobody is ever bothered too much just generally avoid the obvious places such as A block.


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    Do we know yet what parts of the ground are going to be open?

    By "relegation battle", do you mean 7th, 12th or 14th?

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    I imagine they'll open up more given there's (surely!) going to more interest in this...


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    Don't call me Shirley!


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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Sir' Flagman
    Do we know yet what parts of the ground are going to be open?
    Main Stand, Trent Lower & Clough Lower open initially.


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    Default Re: Best place to sit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Main Stand, Trent Lower & Clough Lower open initially.
    Quote Originally Posted by Winnits
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnits
    Quote Originally Posted by 'Sir' Flagman
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    I know,, i hate Main Stand & Trent Lower. I think i'll either go for a seat on the back row or row 7 of Clough Lower. I prefer to be higher up in the stand when watching the game though


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    Thanks for the info, never brought a rival supporter to a home game before, neutral yes, but thats easy.

    It shouldn't be too difficult to find somewhere to sit....... but I gotta keep him alive, he's driving.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Main Stand, Trent Lower & Clough Lower open initially.
    I'll be waiting and hope more become available then.

    If none do I'll probably got lower Brain Clough but that means facing The Main Stand all match.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    I prefer to be higher up in the stand when watching the game though
    Likewise...

    ...like, for example, UPSTAIRS!!!




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    They should open at least one of the upper tiers. The view from the lower tiers is poor, i hate it down there


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    Go in Brian Clough Upper.

    Its so quiet that you can hear a coffee cup drop!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Broganator
    Go in Brian Clough Upper.

    Its so quiet that you can hear a coffee cup drop!
    Even more so since it's not open for this game (as yet)


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    I brought a Utd fan to the Reading game last year.

    He said he never seen a worse game of football in his life, but then again we sat in Upper Clough so that didnt help the matter


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    I know,, i hate Main Stand & Trent Lower. I think i'll either go for a seat on the back row or row 7 of Clough Lower. I prefer to be higher up in the stand when watching the game though
    I sit in row 15 of the BC lower tier (season ticket) that is the very back row, beneath the Executive Boxes.

    The view is fine from there, although it's not the loudest place on Match days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl
    I sit in row 15 of the BC lower tier (season ticket) that is the very back row, beneath the Executive Boxes.

    The view is fine from there, although it's not the loudest place on Match days!
    Yeah i've sat there before, and even though i have short legs there was still not enough leg room!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Yeah i've sat there before, and even though i have short legs there was still not enough leg room!
    Ha! too true - you'll find that all over the BC though, except right at the front.

    Hey I'm only 5'6" and even my knees are bumping the seats in front. Still, the one advantage of sitting on the back row is that the stewards tend to stand in the entrance to the stairway which is a couple of rows further forward; so if you want to stand up for a bit, there's less of the "sit down now" that appears to be prevalent in other areas of the ground!


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    Not so, there's one row on the Lower BC with extra leg room in the middle, I remember as we sat on the one infront for years and was always jealous of it lol


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    I know some smarta--e will explain, but why oh why oh why do they not open just the upper stands? This is not a new trick for us. Less interest - more die-hard supporters - let's 'reward them with a less than optimal view. Good idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnits
    Not so, there's one row on the Lower BC with extra leg room in the middle, I remember as we sat on the one infront for years and was always jealous of it lol
    Row 7


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    Sounds about right I guess that means we were on row 6!


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    Default Re: Best place to sit.

    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl
    I sit in row 15 of the BC lower tier (season ticket) that is the very back row, beneath the Executive Boxes.

    The view is fine from there, although it's not the loudest place on Match days!
    I salute you sir Main Stand for me row S.


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    Default Re: Best place to sit.

    Quote Originally Posted by RRRREDUN
    I know some smarta--e will explain, but why oh why oh why do they not open just the upper stands? This is not a new trick for us. Less interest - more die-hard supporters - let's 'reward them with a less than optimal view. Good idea.
    <smarta--e>

    Because the club has the customer service mentality and business acumen of a used teabag.

    £12/£15 for Bradford in the 1st round of a cup comp...
    ...£30 for WBA tells you plenty.
    ...The home shirt farce...
    ...beginning to sell tickets for a cup game the day AFTER a league game where people will be making a trip to the ground...
    ..."If we get promoted we'll hold the prices of season tickets"...then we get relegated, and they put the prices UP...
    ...the list is endless..

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