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Manip 11:48 Wed Dec 13
Seating at LS for Father & Son
Fellow WHO'ers.

Please may I request your advice on where best to book tickets for a father and son to attend a match at the LS.

Much obliged.

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Pop Robson 10:46 Fri Dec 15
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Back row probably, proper crap

fraser 9:49 Thu Dec 14
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Going first time against Newcastle block 206 row 72 from reading this thread I take it those seats are as shit as I thought they were.

charleyfarley 4:54 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Soldo kids love pits whether they be sand or cess
I'm sure he will be back

Northern Sold 3:42 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Manip 12:08 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Cheers TM. To update the information the son is about 11yrs old and I believe this will be his first match experience.


... and last probably

Johnson 2:17 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
whufc.com/tickets

or whatever it is.

El Scorchio 1:50 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Close to the front of the upper tier as you can get would be good I reckon. Northeast or Southeast corner. If he's not very tall he might struggle to see slightly in the lower tier as I think the RAKE (to use that oft quoted word) is a little shallow and he's sat behind an adult. Especially if you're in a standing part, although then I suppose just stand him on his chair.

Glenn Roeder 1:46 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
When for?

Manip 12:30 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Top man CF. I will have a butchers.

JustAFatKevinDavies 12:24 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
next to eachother might be a start?

it shouldn't be hard you fucking melt.

charleyfarley 12:14 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Manip don't know if you are a claret member mate, you can try and secure two seats together online, if not try and ring the Ticket Office for help. TM is right east stand is not a bad experience, from my previous bookings 235 & 236 usually have a few options, 135 & 136 are often available bit a little bit more difficult. Good Luck

gank 12:11 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Not gonna thank me then, you fucking rude cunt?

Manip 12:08 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Cheers TM. To update the information the son is about 11yrs old and I believe this will be his first match experience.

Coffee 12:06 Wed Dec 13
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gank 12:05 Wed Dec 13

gank 12:05 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
For 2,000 the teachings passed, father to son, father to son. When Shingo died, it stopped.

Takashi Miike 11:51 Wed Dec 13
Re: Seating at LS for Father & Son
Manip, book seats in the East Stand. only been a couple of times but that's where the atmosphere was. you'll still be a fucking mile from the pitch and need binoculars but it was lively in there compared to the west that resembled a morgue/library





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