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  1. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Amex expansion.

    The fans made this up, did we?
  2. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Amex expansion.

    It would’ve been a small tier overhanging 5 or 6 rows. I get that you wouldn’t consider it a ‘tier’ as such, but the plan does say it is. I never said it would be a double decker, it would’ve made it look substantially better than it does now though. They weren’t meant to be posh seats either...
  3. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Amex expansion.

    Paul Barber actually. Unless this site is lying? http://www.wearebrighton.com/newsopinion/amex-stadium-expansion-albion-confirm-where-1750-new-seats-are-going/ It’s remarkable how many people knew about it at the time, yet many others seem to think it didn’t happen. You can go back to about...
  4. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Amex expansion.

    Just want to clear things up. At the start of the lockdown season, our capacity was about 30,666. During this season, Barber said they wanted to increase the capacity to 32,500. This was going to be done by adding more seats in the ‘spaces’ between existing seats. 2 extra seats were added in...
  5. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Amex expansion.

    Love it when someone thinks they are so right, yet they are so unbelievably wrong :lolol: You must be new to the thread. There have been at least 2 detailed plans of the new tier above the North Stand. It was meant to be 5 rows with 300+ seats. NSC did an article on it all when the plans were...
  6. BeHereNow

    [Football] Train chaos

    The trains make it such a ball ache, no wonder people leave early. After waiting for about half an hour with a load of aggressive Chelsea fans (whilst they kicked off and spat in an Albion fan’s face when there were no police near by) in the queue for the train the other month, I leave early. If...
  7. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Amex expansion.

    Barber has lost the plot. He had programmes notes and/or an article on the website where he specifically mentioned ‘The Northern Lights’ lounge and the extra tier about a year or so ago. Why pretend it wasn’t said and then blame it on the fans? There were pretty detailed plans of the tier on...
  8. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Manchester United vs Brighton & Hove Albion *** Official Match Thread ***

    It’s the allocation the club took. We most likely wouldn’t have sold another block considering the circumstances.
  9. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Manchester United vs Brighton & Hove Albion *** Official Match Thread ***

    Exactly. Think about the goal scoring opportunity we would’ve had if Shaw didn’t foul Lamptey. The speed of the ball and Webster coming across doesn’t make it clear and obvious. Ref ruined the game, really didn’t have to. You have to look at the whole picture. We had a blatant goal scoring...
  10. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Manchester United vs Brighton & Hove Albion *** Official Match Thread ***

    Just under 1,300 probably. Sold out though.
  11. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Manchester United vs Brighton & Hove Albion *** Official Match Thread ***

    How many times have we’ve been ****ed over by pissy little VAR decisions now? It’s bloody ridiculous. The ref really didn’t need to give a red there, that’s no where near enough a ‘clear and obvious’ error. There was not enough there to suggest their player would definitely get the ball. How...
  12. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Burnley match

    Hence my point about why the Villa attendance will actually be close to the ‘announced attendance’… :ffsparr: In case you’re not with it, all season ticket holders who can’t make the game have had over 2 weeks to put their tickets on the exchange, of which nearly all of them are sold out. Very...
  13. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Burnley match

    Correct. We have about an extra thousand seats available to home fans than what we do for for the Villa game, and that’s with only half of S1E open. Technically the most ‘home’ tickets sold for a couple of seasons, possibly ever, although we have the Wigan and Bristol City games to contend with...
  14. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Fans' Forum follow-up on the season ticket sharing scheme

    Don’t think you read what I said correctly. The club said we are allowed to share our ticket, so is that against the law? Has there been a massive crackdown on the ‘sharing of season tickets’ by the government? Must’ve missed that in Boris’ latest speech. The next war on drugs. Have all other...
  15. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Fans' Forum follow-up on the season ticket sharing scheme

    Seems like they don’t need to do that, as we are ‘allowed’ to share our tickets for free once a season. Some law that is.
  16. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Fans' Forum follow-up on the season ticket sharing scheme

    Yes, he might just do that, along with a couple of other thousand, possibly.
  17. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Fans' Forum follow-up on the season ticket sharing scheme

    Ok, I must’ve forgot about the Monday morning. There was still many waiting for the upper tier to open though, it was assumed because of the communication. I was surprised how fast we’d sold the 5,700. I think many were and that added to the assumption that we’d get more tickets. Like I said...
  18. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Fans' Forum follow-up on the season ticket sharing scheme

    Sorry, I meant he can’t also do 7:45pm/8:00pm games on Fridays or Saturdays either, so he’s missed 4 evening games this season, so far. He wants to share his ticket with a friend (as it’s already been paid for) but doesn’t want to pay extra, which is totally understandable. So, he’ll be giving...
  19. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Fans' Forum follow-up on the season ticket sharing scheme

    Given that our home crowd was about 7,000 and our away crowd a lot smaller than now, there wasn’t much evidence to suggest we’d take the whole 6,000 but the club went and bought them anyway. Someone at the club mentioned that our average away attendance was considered when making the Tottenham...
  20. BeHereNow

    [Albion] Fans' Forum follow-up on the season ticket sharing scheme

    Beating them away in the cup would be bigger than beating them in the league. It’s still a big attraction, not what it once was, yes, but we still sold a lot of tickets in a short space of time before it even went to members with many season ticket holders holding back. It would’ve sold out a...
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