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Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
47%
  
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
13%
  
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
30%
  
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
2%
  
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt
8%
  



Fat Del 11:48 Tue Mar 6
Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
I sit in the BML. I'm thinking of bringing my boy to the game. Not sure if this is a good idea or not.

Have you brought your kids to a game at this age and would you recommend it?

Or were you brought to Upton Park at that age?

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Fat Del 10:41 Wed Mar 7
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Thanks for your wisdom. I'm not going to take him. It was heart over head, the reality of taking him is not going to be that fun for either of us.

It's not going to be that fun for me without him, but at least I can get shit faced.

Lertie Button 7:34 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Tell him to bring his boots couldn't be any worse than what we've had playing for us last

Alfs 7:31 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
If you truly love your kid, do everything in your power to discourage him supporting WHUFC. He'll have enough grief and misery to deal with during his lifetime, it would be cruel of you to add to it.

busheyhammer85 6:14 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Take him to a Burnley home game.

He'll have a lot more fun supporting them.

boleyn8420 6:12 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Take him to the cinema, take him to crazy golf, take him anywhere but there. Do not inflict this misery on your son. Evere. I took all my daughters to home and away games, the middle one was mascot for her 11th birthday (lost 5-1 at home to Leeds, what a surprise) and they have never forgiven me. Seriously 8 is the minimum surely.

JustAFatKevinDavies 6:03 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
I literally cant think of any upside to this

Russ of the BML 5:57 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Buster 3:46 Tue Mar 6

Biggest laugh I have had all day!

Love it.

neilalex 4:35 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
What Fifth Column said. Won't be good for either of you.

wanstead_hammer 4:16 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Child cruelty and neglect.
NSPCC job or someone get on the blower sharpish, to Esther.

geoffpikey 4:07 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Can he play CB?

BRANDED 4:04 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Does he like torture?

Fifth Column 4:03 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Far too young to be able to sit there for 90 mins plus half time etc. Will be doing your nut in.

You might be able to get away with it with Ipad/colouring pens and paper/chocolate etc.

I think five is the absolute youngest for home games. Six or seven much better. Away games little kids are more entertained as there is a lot more noise and movement.

Buster 3:46 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Russ of the BML 3:41 Tue Mar 6

Pretty much me every home game.

Sven Roeder 3:46 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Far too young
Wait til he is 36 and then have a rethink

Northern Sold 3:43 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
MATE last season took his son to Arsenal... think it was Everton... 1-0 at HT and his kid was creating so much (think he was 6 years old) that he thought fuck this and left at HT... missed 4 goal s in the 2nd half... Ag Ag Ag.... LIVID

Russ of the BML 3:41 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Too young for me. Not from a safety perspective but he will get bored. Be prepared to go home at half time as either:

Cold
Bored
Tired
Hungry
Thirsty
Asleep

, 3:38 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
Kid is too young in my view. Better to take the child to somewhere with smaller crowds such a Dagenham or another local non league club near you.

Sarge 3:36 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
bring some earphones if you're giving him a screen to keep him occupied.

for a while at the Palace game all I could hear was Peppa Pig from the 4 year old in front of me.



I took Sarge jr to his first game age 5 - Fulham away on NYE when Nolan got his red card. We had seats right at the front of the neutral end. on the morning of the game and as it was chucking it down all day I rang them to ask if we could move.

They swapped us for a couple of returns further back in the same end.

wouldn't need to happen with our iconic roof of course...................

Muggy Bonehead III 2:37 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
mb iv has come with me sins he woz 18 munths gary mate. no windmiling tho. i use to use him as a cosh. our family heads are famosly hard and perfect for it. just swing him by the feet and watch cunts toppal.

hes a charted accountant now so it did him no harm

ornchurch ammer 2:00 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
I took both of mine at 4. They were fine For about an hour and then I had to work to keep them interested in the game.

Mad Dog 12:34 Tue Mar 6
Re: Bringing a three-year-old to Burnley game
What on earth has the kid done wrong to get this level of punishment?

Did he burn the house down?

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