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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Hutch-tiger69, May 30, 2016.
Hit the post?
Well,when the honeymoon is over, I wonder how long it will be before the chanting turns to "on yer bike"
Wouldn't that, or something like that, be great.
Half price and a free pint for over 60s. Free entry and unlimited beer for over 70s would be better.
Except that football beer's always crap! I'm sure I read somewhere that breweries make special 'sports beer', 2% alcohol or something. It'd explain why I get through about 100 pints at a test match and just feel waterlogged.
“At the heart of Ilicali’s plans to lift the Tigers out of their recent malaise remains the community, with a desire to see the MKM Stadium brimming with enthusiasm and every seat taken when the side are in action, tapping into the huge catchment area surrounding the city which makes it one of England’s biggest regions. There’s a willingness to encourage more youngsters from right across the community to come and support the Tigers with a ticket pricing policy aimed at attracting fans from all corners of the area. It’s acknowledged that Ilicali needs to bring the whole Tigers community together if he’s to ensure the club reaches the heights he aspires to reach, and work is already underway to ensure that happens.“
Don't think they do it here. They have done it in Europe. There was a story a few years back that Aston Villa fans had been given alcohol free beer at a match in Germany and the police were laughing as tge Villa lot acted as if they had supped a skinful of proper stuff.
Thread title should changed from owners, to owner!
Over 58,s and your on.
More importantly will my credit in the shop be honoured by the new company !!! as an incredibly special fan I hope so !
Only applies to super fans….sorry!
Phew I’m ok then
Damn ! Knew I wasn’t qualified , only 59 years attendance and service .
Only 59? Pah…. Apply next year, on your application please outline every / all critical hull city executive super fan board meetings please x
Pah i was a fan in Baghdad when you was in your dadsbag.
Only those who saw us play at the Boulevard are super duper fans. Ones who went to Anlaby Road are superfans.
Will do if my memory is still intact ! Don’t I have to attend some first .
When I was in my dads bag he was in North Africa then Korea , seemed to like wars volunteered for both! I remember when Sinbad was the thief of Baghdad - Douglas Fairbanks junior. - oh no gone a bit adrift there Nurse!!!!
Pffft, I'd still be in that lovely garden if my mam hadn't nicked that apple.