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    Your Three Must-Go-To Away Trips Next Season


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    Well here we are about to embark on our third season in the Premier League, having survived the dreaded second season syndrome - just! Optimistically, Iím looking forward to the 2019/20 term with Graham Potter in charge. Perhaps itís the thought of watching a more expansive and entertaining brand of football, I hope so.

    While weíre awaiting the dates for fixtures for the new season Iím looking at which away matches take my fancy. They are :

    Norwich City - for some weird reason Iíve never managed to see the Albion play there, hopefully this will be rectified in the coming months.

    Sheffield United - the last time I was there was an FA Cup game back in the mid-1980s. The coldest Iíve been watching a match. Havenít been to see Wednesday either, so a trip to the Steel City is now on the cards.

    Liverpool - now European Champions. Wouldnít it be great if we turned them over at Anfield - fat chance! Of all the top six clubs they still, despite what some say, have the most passionate fans and create a cracking atmosphere.

    So thatís my pick of the bunch, whatís yours?
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      I've never been to Norwich to watch Brighton either which is strange as we are often in the same division and the train from Liverpool St is really easy. I was also at the Sheffield United match it was indeed absolutely freezing!
      Anyway, to answer your original question; Norwich, Spurs and Arsenal
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      Sheffield United - I like Sheffield
      Newcastle - last year’s favourite for me, only partly to do with an unlikely away win.
      West Ham - fancy pants stadium and easy to get to.
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      Sheffield Utd - new ground for me
      Newcastle - weekend away
      Spurs - went last season but would like to go there on a Saturday.
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      Quote Originally Posted by el punal View Post
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      Well here we are about to embark on our third season in the Premier League, having survived the dreaded second season syndrome - just! Optimistically, I’m looking forward to the 2019/20 term with Graham Potter in charge. Perhaps it’s the thought of watching a more expansive and entertaining brand of football, I hope so.

      While we’re awaiting the dates for fixtures for the new season I’m looking at which away matches take my fancy. They are :

      Norwich City - for some weird reason I’ve never managed to see the Albion play there, hopefully this will be rectified in the coming months.

      Sheffield United - the last time I was there was an FA Cup game back in the mid-1980s. The coldest I’ve been watching a match. Haven’t been to see Wednesday either, so a trip to the Steel City is now on the cards.

      Liverpool - now European Champions. Wouldn’t it be great if we turned them over at Anfield - fat chance! Of all the top six clubs they still, despite what some say, have the most passionate fans and create a cracking atmosphere.

      So that’s my pick of the bunch, what’s yours?
      Another 1 for Sheffield United & was also at the FA Cup game in '87. And you're right it was bloody freezing.

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      No new grounds for me anymore. I’ll do most of the away games, but the 3 picks for me would be:

      1. Sheffield United
      2. Aston Villa
      3. Newcastle (fixture date permitting)
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      Sheff Utd, B'muff and Palace.
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      Whatever away(s) happen between 18th and 31st September, when I have some free time in the UK. Please not Palace.
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      Whatever away(s) happen between 18th and 31st September, when I have some free time in the UK. Please not Palace.
      Think you may be disappointed if you are looking to attend a game on 31st September
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