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letchbee94
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 361430Post letchbee94 »

I don't get why some are getting all worked up about getting Wealdstone tickets early.
You going to be buying them anyway so they going to get the money at some point.
hoppy
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363014Post hoppy »

Hillingdon Council have allocated Wealdstone FC a site adjacent to Hillingdon station for Wealdstone to build a new 6300 capacity stadium.
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

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In 21/22 we took 672, in 22/23 we took 681. How many do we reckon we'll take this year, i reckon we can get 800+
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363250Post 11bee717 »

Tickets wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 12:54 In 21/22 we took 672, in 22/23 we took 681. How many do we reckon we'll take this year, i reckon we can get 800+
The numbers issued by Wealdstone haven’t been correct in previous years, especially when talking to police last year who said we had 850 there
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

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11bee717 wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 13:03
Tickets wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 12:54 In 21/22 we took 672, in 22/23 we took 681. How many do we reckon we'll take this year, i reckon we can get 800+
The numbers issued by Wealdstone haven’t been correct in previous years, especially when talking to police last year who said we had 850 there
Well we will definitely take more than we have in previous years merely due to league position, so hopefully 900+ there then!
boots
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363252Post boots »

hoppy wrote: 09 Nov 2023, 17:09 Hillingdon Council have allocated Wealdstone FC a site adjacent to Hillingdon station for Wealdstone to build a new 6300 capacity stadium.
So Barnet are in Edgware, Wealdstone are in Ruislip, then Hillingdon, Edgware and Hendon are in Kingsbury

If this trend continues we will be supporting Uxbridge Bees in 2045
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363253Post rudebwoyben »

boots wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 14:23
hoppy wrote: 09 Nov 2023, 17:09 Hillingdon Council have allocated Wealdstone FC a site adjacent to Hillingdon station for Wealdstone to build a new 6300 capacity stadium.
So Barnet are in Edgware, Wealdstone are in Ruislip, then Hillingdon, Edgware and Hendon are in Kingsbury

If this trend continues we will be supporting Uxbridge Bees in 2045
Give it another 90 years or so and we may have gone anti-clockwise all around London back to Barnet!
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

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We have sold 100
ricardobee
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363259Post ricardobee »

“Give it another 90 years or so . . . back to Barnet!”

Let’s hope, once this present owner has gone, it’s well before then.
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363261Post becbee »

ricardobee wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 18:22 “Give it another 90 years or so . . . back to Barnet!”

Let’s hope, once this present owner has gone, it’s well before then.
There are no sites in Barnet available to us. There may be in 90 years time. Regardless, it won't happen in my lifetime and I suspect you're older than me.
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PBBee
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363267Post PBBee »

Not only will Chesterfield be playing an even weaker Southend on Saturday now, Southend v Wealdstone also moved from next Tuesday to Saturday 2nd so they have more rest before playing us next Saturday.

The powers that be working against us a little.
EastBarnetFan
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363270Post EastBarnetFan »

rudebwoyben wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 15:10
boots wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 14:23
hoppy wrote: 09 Nov 2023, 17:09 Hillingdon Council have allocated Wealdstone FC a site adjacent to Hillingdon station for Wealdstone to build a new 6300 capacity stadium.
So Barnet are in Edgware, Wealdstone are in Ruislip, then Hillingdon, Edgware and Hendon are in Kingsbury

If this trend continues we will be supporting Uxbridge Bees in 2045
Give it another 90 years or so and we may have gone anti-clockwise all around London back to Barnet!
I was thinking the same thing. We've all turned gone West, quite a sad reality of the situation really. Come on you Uxbridge bees!
letchbee94
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363277Post letchbee94 »

PBBee wrote: 14 Nov 2023, 09:57 Not only will Chesterfield be playing an even weaker Southend on Saturday now, Southend v Wealdstone also moved from next Tuesday to Saturday 2nd so they have more rest before playing us next Saturday.

The powers that be working against us a little.
Having a rest does not always work in favour.
We went to Chester in January 2014 after a rest and lost also we had 2 week break going into Grimsby away in 2015 and got stuffed.
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363298Post DerekRocholl »

becbee wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 18:31
ricardobee wrote: 13 Nov 2023, 18:22 “Give it another 90 years or so . . . back to Barnet!”

Let’s hope, once this present owner has gone, it’s well before then.
There are no sites in Barnet available to us. There may be in 90 years time. Regardless, it won't happen in my lifetime and I suspect you're older than me.
There’s an obvious site for a league standard football stadium in Barnet, it’s owned by the council, leased to an organisation which uses it to run a football operation, and is bigger in area than the footprint occupied by the stadium at the Hive.

The chances of Barnet FC ever moving there to play in a league standard football stadium are however negligible.
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Re: Wealdstone Tickets

Post: # 363299Post Mem Beespod »

hoppy wrote: 09 Nov 2023, 17:09 Hillingdon Council have allocated Wealdstone FC a site adjacent to Hillingdon station for Wealdstone to build a new 6300 capacity stadium.
That site was offered to QPR years ago
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