I can make it
ill be there with at least 3 others
There's only one culprit for this inconvenience (or 2 if you count the fog), and it definitely isn't the club or PB specifically.
Trying to reschedule a football match with a myriad of factors to consider in an already congested period is difficult enough, let alone factoring the cluster**** that is our current rail 'service'.
Just make sure to vent your frustrations in the right direction.
Another positive , apart from it being played at the best time for our promotion hopes, is that if it snows Sothern trains will not be affected.
Last edited by knocky1; 10-01-2017 at 16:45.
Seems like there's still a few people desperate to take a dig at Barber and co.
This date is the best compromise, albeit a pain in the ass for many, but there will be park and ride options and without doubt the club will be putting a lot of effort into getting as many people to the ground as possible via alternative measures. I wouldn't be at all surprised if something could be negotiated to delay/postpone the strike anyway - maybe wishful thinking.
It allows us an extra days rest over Cardiff, and a long break assuming we play a 2nd string again at Lincoln/Ipswich. The only other option really was the 31st (Cardiff already have a fixture), or the 17th/18th January which would mean 3 games in 6 days.
Good decision from the club.
Anyone know if car park tickets for original fixture are honoured.