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Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 19:26 07 Sep 2011
by Barrel of Fun
I'm planning to make a banner for the Barnet game. Will hand it over to the Plymouth fans.

Something along the lines of... (In true Twitter style)


@Brendan_Guilfoyle It pays to drag your heels. £267.54 an hour. #FootballVermin

Is that figure accurate? I am going by the 'Said and Done' section of the Observer.



£228,626: fees accumulated by the administrators between March and the end of April – continuing since then at an average hourly rate of £267.54.

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 22:54 07 Sep 2011
by sdenton
I wonder how many players would be prepared to wear green armbands on the 24th in solidarity. I mean not just ours and Macclesfield but those in the Football League and beyond.

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 23:42 07 Sep 2011
by djg145
Argyle had better OPEN up a few more blocks of seats!!!

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 00:07 08 Sep 2011
by AndyOwl
loyal1970 wrote: if there are any fans from clubs leeds down to plymouth who are thinking of going i could get a minibus and pick people up on route.



Can you come past Antwerp and pick me and my lad up? :wave:


Hi Pilgrims, how you holding up?

Just popped in to give my support to the Fans Re-United initiative.......I think you might just be surprised how many will make the trip on the 24th.

I'll be there, probably with my son(if I can get him out of bed:).......as Wednesdayites we know only too well how worried you all must be, so spread the word far and wide, I feel you only have one chance at this, so make it count!

Good luck to you all.

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 06:43 08 Sep 2011
by Seagull on a mission
We've never forgotten the support we got from proper football fans all around the country in 96/97, and especially of course young Richard Vaughan for his brilliant idea.

Anyone who at the Goldstone for the original Fans United in February 1997 will rate it as one of their most extraordinary football experiences ever.

This is why there will be hundreds of Albion fans in Plymouth on 24th, because we owe you, and it'll be a bloody brilliant day.

See you there.

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 09:06 08 Sep 2011
by dan93pafc
Just a query, I have been keeping up with the events for this planned day and would like to thank particuarly brighton for it. However is this going to run on the 24th and 8th because of the international break? sorry if it has been answered previously :whistle:

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 13:40 08 Sep 2011
by loyal1970
silly question but somebody has informed the club about this have they i could imagine the old bill and stewards (you cant come in here with that shirt on)

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 16:55 08 Sep 2011
by EK_Brighton
I'm rather assuming there aren't many police at Argyle home games, particularly not ones against Macclesfield, so I'm confident us outsiders will be safe in our shirts. Surely most of your home matches are largely steward controlled, like ours were at Withdean?

This could all turn out to be quite fun. As somebody else has mentioned, the original Fans United day in 1997 was one of the most amazing experiences I've ever had at a football match. And it pretty much saved our backsides.

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 18:51 08 Sep 2011
by Wilfredo
It's great that fans from other clubs are coming to support us on fans re-united day. Maybe the 5 thousand loyal fans who still regularly attend, can encourage the 10 thousand fans who have left since we were in the championship to come as well.

We all know somebody who has left, for what ever reason (You can hardly blame them) so lets get them to this momentous occasion and show these people that we do exist and we won't just lay down and die.

How good would that be to see HP full again.

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 19:08 08 Sep 2011
by loyal1970
EK_Brighton wrote: I'm rather assuming there aren't many police at Argyle home games, particularly not ones against Macclesfield, so I'm confident us outsiders will be safe in our shirts. Surely most of your home matches are largely steward controlled, like ours were at Withdean?

This could all turn out to be quite fun. As somebody else has mentioned, the original Fans United day in 1997 was one of the most amazing experiences I've ever had at a football match. And it pretty much saved our backsides.

no question of other fans in shirts being safe its just that shall we say some of our stewards are a bit slow.

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 19:49 08 Sep 2011
by Joker
Hi Guys
Will have already been asked but what is the best area for us to try and get tickets for the game, I have two coaches on standby, have filled one so far
any ideas

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 20:21 08 Sep 2011
by Wilfredo
Joker wrote: Hi Guys
Will have already been asked but what is the best area for us to try and get tickets for the game, I have two coaches on standby, have filled one so far
any ideas


The Lyndhurst end gives the best view

Re: Fans Re-United-Support Is On Its Way

Posted: 20:33 08 Sep 2011
by Richard Blight
Either the Devonport End behind one of the goals and mix in with our fans there. Or blocks 11-13 in the Lyndhurst stand you'll be opposite the TV cameras. Not many spare seats there though. Blocks 4-6 in the corner between the Devonport End and Lyndhurst stand has quite a bit of room. Unless we can convince the club to reopen blocks 15-17.