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    w/e of Sept 12 it is then

    First game ?

    I'll go for Brentford away to christen the new ground

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    Quote Originally Posted by BramleyMiller58 View Post
    First game ?

    I'll go for Brentford away to christen the new ground
    That's if they don't go up,could you not have picked us an easier one to start with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BramleyMiller58 View Post
    First game ?

    I'll go for Brentford away to christen the new ground
    If they stay down I’d rather not be the first ones in their new ground. They’ll be well up for that. I’ll guess at derby (again)

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    Weds away so they earn nothing from the empty ground, robbing pigs

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    if there is a possibility of fans allowed in October, then why cant we start the season in October with cup games in September if needed for fixture congestion. Most of the EFL teams rely on income from fans attending the games.

    This was the suggestion from Shrewsbury
    https://www.shropshirestar.com/sport...october-start/

    Noted at the end of the article
    "Meanwhile, 95 per cent of 2019/20 Town season ticket holders have donated monies from the five cancelled home fixtures to the club.

    The remaining five per cent have been refunded, and work on the ‘wall of fame’ – made of blue and amber striped panels outside the south east corner of the stadium which will bear the name of those who donated – is being planned."

    I wonder how many millers donated to the United Rotherham?
    Last edited by fc_miller; 24-07-2020 at 05:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BramleyMiller58 View Post
    First game ?

    I'll go for Brentford away to christen the new ground
    Didn't we have them as the first and an 'easy' game a few years back and get walloped?

    I'd go with Millwall at The Den and a repeat of 2002 (Where did those 18 years go?)

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    Norwich away

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    I’m worried that we can’t watch live games, be better suspending games until we can attend.

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    Reading at home. 2.1 win. You heard it hear first. Fek u crash

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    Football authorities have said 12 Sept, Govt says spectators in early October.

    They're obviously not talking to each other or taking a sensible approach

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