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infoman

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16/10/2018 at 07:47

I know its a long way to come for a midweek game, so for those making the trip here is some local info.
What does not help is the fact all non 3pm kick offs are now broadcast on the red button the Bristol City v Hull city match included

There has been no pay on the day for AWAY fans so far this season

and there was no POTD last season for any away followers.

Can't see this being changed

So please make sure you buy your tickets in advance when you are at home to Preston on Saturday

Coming by road use M4/M5 southbound to junction 18(Avonmouth) then follow signs A4 Bristol airport
It looks the long way round but its quicker.

Not a good idea to use M4/M32 YOU WILL GET LOST its bad enough driving your own City in the dark
Its even worse in Bristol
Parking is normally in the streets around the area as long as you are there by 17:30pm ish please don't block drive ways or park on corners.

Parking tickets were being handed out for our last home match

If you are coming by train (from where ever) can you get the ticket/s issued to Parson Steet as it push's up the footfall at the station although it is the same price as Bristol Temple meads
Till Ashton gate halt comes on line.

When you approach the ground from the winterstoke road direction I suggest you walk past wickes using the pavement
as the concourse area behind the big new stand gets very congested with bodies
UNLESS YOU WANT TO SEE THE JOHN ATYEO STATUE
Split train tickets are available to Bristol from the London area as well as from Swansea/Cardiff area and group save is also availble on GWR trains,
If there are at least three of you get a taxi from the Bristol Temple meads to the ground
Make sure the taxi driver drops you in the Ashton Road end as it a very long walk round from the other end
Casualty and Holby City were filmed in the City don't ask me about either of the programmes cos I think their both rubbish
The young ones was also filmed in the BS7 area of the City(actually its Bishopston)
Finally the block of flats on the left behind the dolman stand side as you are in the away end is "the" block of flats in "fools and horses"
If your into your "STREET ART" there is loads to see in the Ashton area as we have just celebrated the upfest in BS3
Bring your camera and turn up early if you want to take any photo's
Pubs possibly best one are in the cumberland road basin area novia scotia pump house and the cottage.
Leave your car there and walk to the ground
Buy your match day programme before you enter the away end.
BBC Radio station is radio Bristol which has frequencies and 94:9 and DAB and 95:5.
In the last two visits these are the number of Hull City fans that BOUGHT tickets for the games

15/16 752

17/18 457
Athough these games were on Saturdays


A final reminder that there has been no pay on the day for any away fans this season or last season
I don't think that will be changed,so please buy your tickets in advance
Can you please circulate to other Hull City forums and message boards
as well as other Hull City followers
If you want any further local info,don't be afraid to ask.



 

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KingstonKid

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16/10/2018 at 09:51

Good information
Cheers infoman. 

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Longrakingballs

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18/10/2018 at 18:45

Get there early enough and you can park on the industrial estate opposite. Does anyone still watch City? 

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theotherphantom

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18/10/2018 at 19:08

Jesus, not more football!

>>>>> 12th season in exile <<<<< 

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infoman

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22/10/2018 at 05:14

Final push to get as many Hull City followers to Ashton Gate on Wednesday night  

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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22/10/2018 at 07:13

Don’t worry infoman, there will be a good dozen or so from Hull. 

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NationalTiger

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22/10/2018 at 18:12

Quote Quote by infoman on 22/10/2018 at 05:14
Final push to get as many Hull City followers to Ashton Gate on Wednesday night


Mate, nobody goes any more.

The heart and soul has been ripped out of the club by the Allams.

Don't be deceived by the five figure gates we're posting, they're one of the many lies the Allams are famed for.

We're screaming, but it's coming out silent.

Nobody even knows we're in turmoil.

Did you? 

Now then... 

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theotherphantom

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22/10/2018 at 23:01

Quote Quote by infoman on 22/10/2018 at 05:14
Final push to get as many Hull City followers to Ashton Gate on Wednesday night


If we send some tops, can you get Bristol Rovers fans to wear them and maybe hurl abuse in the away end? 

>>>>> 12th season in exile <<<<< 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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23/10/2018 at 03:50

The live streams have killed it too. Putting aside the current owners creating a discussion, travelling to Bristol on a Wednesday is a big ask. Nothing wrong with Brizzle, been there, but it must be 4 hours in an automobile of substance and longer on one of the Roy Cropper charrabangs. 

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karlberg

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23/10/2018 at 08:54

It's £30 a ticket at Bolton on Saturday too. No wonder the stadiums are empty.  

link; www.finesse-internet.co.uk/the-best-trip/ (THE BOOK THE CLUB REFUSED TO SELL). 

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NationalTiger

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23/10/2018 at 19:02

Please tell me you mean they refund you £30 for a ticket if you attend, cos it's in Bolton, right? 

Now then... 

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karlberg

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23/10/2018 at 21:00

Quote Quote by NationalTiger on 23/10/2018 at 19:02
Please tell me you mean they refund you £30 for a ticket if you attend, cos it's in Bolton, right?


No it's £30. We haven't won there since 1930 either. Expecting a huge City turnout, all those who boycott the KC because of the Allams and only go to away games will fill the away end, surely? 

link; www.finesse-internet.co.uk/the-best-trip/ (THE BOOK THE CLUB REFUSED TO SELL). 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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24/10/2018 at 04:14

Contrast to the end of season must win game when Fagan scored an unlikely equaliser. I wasn’t there but a few said it was the most they had ever seen at Bolton by some margin. Goes full circle.

30 quid doesn’t help though. Two poor teams with shit owners. 

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Driff_Tiger

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24/10/2018 at 07:50

As I guess we all know, it's not so much about 'boycotting the KC because of the Allams', for the majority it's more likely they've become so pissed off and disillusioned by what's happen at and in the name of 'our' club that they are apathetic at best, or can no longer give much of a flying fuck at worse.
Question is, how many will return once they've gone (next month I believe)?  

The fish rots from the head #AllamOut 

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NationalTiger

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24/10/2018 at 22:08

Quote Quote by karlberg on 23/10/2018 at 21:00


No it's £30. We haven't won there since 1930 either. Expecting a huge City turnout, all those who boycott the KC because of the Allams and only go to away games will fill the away end, surely?


At £30 a pop, I rather doubt it. 

Now then... 

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