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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons

IRONMAN ROSS 6:53 Sun Jan 24
Strange question!
My family have sat in the chicken run for many years(and still do). My grandad passed away 10 years ago this year. I was wondering if anyone has access to any images (probably taken from the main stand) of the chicken run anywhere from probably before 2004 that might show my grandad sitting in his seat. Even if it's quite blurry it would be a nice thing to get maybe enlarged and frames for my Nan.

We sit in the east stand lower. To the left of the half way line (as you look at the stand)


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IRONMAN ROSS 11:41 Sun Jan 24
Re: Strange question!
Chicken run lower, to the left of half way line and he sat (we still sit) at the back row

MikeHammer 8:51 Sun Jan 24
Re: Strange question!
Nice idea ... Good luck.... I know that stranger things have happened and I have seen my ugly mug amongst crowd shots over the years.

paulon 8:45 Sun Jan 24
Re: Strange question!
Bit pot luck but whomail me an email address I'll send you some photos

Johnson 8:07 Sun Jan 24
Re: Strange question!
Which end of the ground did he sit?

Sarge 7:56 Sun Jan 24
Re: Strange question!
Is Steve Bacon still around?

Seemed a really decent guy when I met him the one time........................

Probably has a few snaps that would do the trick

IRONMAN ROSS 7:11 Sun Jan 24
Re: Strange question!
My theory is that if he was at every home game for like 10/15 years or so, someone must have celebrated in front of the east stand or taken a throw and he's in background! It must be there but as you said it's finding it :(

Buster 7:08 Sun Jan 24
Re: Strange question!
Best bet is to try Getty or the PA archives I reckon. Needle in a haystack though, unfortunately.

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