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Thread: United v St Mirren 1st leg thread

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    Over 7,000 sold for Thurs now


    "United fans turned out in tremendous numbers for the semi-final second leg victory over ICT. The 8540 crowd was the highest attendance at Tannadice since the 2017 play-off final crowd of 9386"

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    Meanwhile in brain dead zombieland, the obsession never stops

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    8,800 sold two days out

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    Is that 8,800 Arabs or St Mirren tickets too?.

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    Utd I'd imagine.

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    How many tickets did we give them for Thursday? They have less than 100 to shift and have asked for but have been refused because of segregation restrictions.

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    Will the full shed be open or are they still covering a third of it will a banner like they did vs ict? Assuming st mirren are getting the fair play, anyone know if the Jerry Kerr is for st mirren or could still be opened up for home fans?

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    One block of the Shed will be closed for segregation. They get the JM Stand only.

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    We’re keeping the JK stand for ourselves as the 3 other stands are close to selling out

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    Would be better to give JK to away fans - further from the action and less able to influence the ref or the players imo

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    Still some tickets left in Geo Fox especially towards the Shed , but they have now opened the Jerry Kerr to United fans.
    Last edited by deebuster; 22-05-2019 at 11:03 AM.

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    Good stuff, Utd fans in four stands

    500 more Arabs in the shed than were in it on Friday, so about 1800 Arabs with just the 300 strong end section nearest fair play closed for segregation reasons

    So between the Shed and Eddie T, that's about 4700 behind both goals, plus the George Fox holds over 5k and whatever we seek for JK

    Should be looking at a five figure home crowd not including the St Mirren allocation of 1200

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    We’re looking at about 11k Utd supporters going on Thursday at least.
    Great turnout

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    Quote Originally Posted by shedka View Post
    Meanwhile in brain dead zombieland, the obsession never stops

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    Yes they blame us for their ills.
    They go out of existence and we let Sevco back in the league.
    Gretna 2008 weren't so lucky

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    Great ticket sales, I suspect a decent amount of St Mirren fans will be buying tickets for the JK stand.

    Looking like being a great atmosphere.

    Not long now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClashCityRocker View Post
    Great ticket sales, I suspect a decent amount of St Mirren fans will be buying tickets for the JK stand.

    Looking like being a great atmosphere.

    Not long now.
    Concerned that Pawlett is carrying an injury. I think Bouhenna will start instead of Butcher. And this could be where our squad depth helps us.
    We need another big performance similar to the second half the other night. Hopefully we have the 3 strikers all fit and good to start. Early goal could be crucial so I think we should get at them straight away. And keep on the front foot even if we manage to get 1-0 or 2-0 ahead because as you all know we're better at attacking than defending!
    Another big game for Harkes, if he brings his A game and everyone in the side gives their all we should get what we need.

    C'mon United

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClashCityRocker View Post
    Great ticket sales, I suspect a decent amount of St Mirren fans will be buying tickets for the JK stand.

    Looking like being a great atmosphere.

    Not long now.
    257 Seat left in Geo Fox lower
    142 left in Jerry Kerr

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClashCityRocker View Post
    Great ticket sales, I suspect a decent amount of St Mirren fans will be buying tickets for the JK.
    Don’t see why they would be - they’ve still got tickets for the away end tomorrow night available on their website. They’ll better watch or we’ll start buying them as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stokearab View Post
    Concerned that Pawlett is carrying an injury. I think Bouhenna will start instead of Butcher. And this could be where our squad depth helps us.

    Another big game for Harkes, if he brings his A game and everyone in the side gives their all we should get what we need.

    C'mon United
    Think Pawlett has been struggling since he came in and im sure had a knee injury before he came to us.

    Depending on what you read and listen to, Butcher is out tomorrow or both games so Bouhenna has to be the holding mid. Expect him to be flat on his back at the end of the game again though!

    Although i have no doubts of the potential that Harkes possesses, i have not been his biggest fan. Was impressed with what i saw last week though and hope he can get closer to his C game as i think he is a few years away from his A game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chick A Saw View Post
    Think Pawlett has been struggling since he came in and im sure had a knee injury before he came to us.

    Depending on what you read and listen to, Butcher is out tomorrow or both games so Bouhenna has to be the holding mid. Expect him to be flat on his back at the end of the game again though!

    Although i have no doubts of the potential that Harkes possesses, i have not been his biggest fan. Was impressed with what i saw last week though and hope he can get closer to his C game as i think he is a few years away from his A game.
    He was outstanding second half v ICT
    What is it exactly you're looking for? Del Piero?

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