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raz1996 10:18 Fri Jul 5
How do football supporters travel to football games?
Hi everyone. My name is Ryan and I am currently studying at Cardiff University. During the summer months of 2019, I have to complete a dissertation. For this I have decided to research how football supporters travel to football games. As a result of this I have produced a survey on the matter and will be extremely grateful if you can complete it for me. It will take less than 5 minutes.

Here is the link https://4eyes.io/s/79B6Z/ and thanks for your time.

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Mex Martillo 9:48 Sat Jul 13
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
I did this.
Raz1996, remember to come back and tell us the results.

geoffpikey 5:20 Mon Jul 8
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Expecting to lose if you're West Ham!

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Moncurs Putting Iron 5:18 Mon Jul 8
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Drunk.

HockleyHammer 3:55 Mon Jul 8
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Rail replacement bus

tanman 11:59 Mon Jul 8
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
What the hell are you studying for this to form the basis of your dissertation?

Sarge 11:41 Mon Jul 8
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Depends. There's a number of key variables

What's the game
Where is it
Where am I starting from
Where am I going back to
Am I taking children
If no will there likely be alcohol taken to the extent one or more modes of transport no longer become an option.

Slow_Joe 2:45 Sun Jul 7
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?

How do football supporters travel to football games?

I don't know, how do football supporters travel to games?

icwhs 1:55 Sun Jul 7
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Car to airport
Plane to stanstead
Rented car to London
Tube from parents house

Reversed to get home

BRANDED 11:06 Sun Jul 7
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Boat. Obvs.

Westham67 9:48 Sun Jul 7
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
A Penny farthing bicycle

Far East Hammer 9:45 Sun Jul 7
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Qn 17: What MAIN method of transport do you use to travel for the following activities?
do I reply in terms of frequency of mode used, trip time by mode used or trip distance by mode used?

Because travel to work/ for work could be bus, taxi or plane

And "on average" you didn't specify mean, modal or median average. I'd've been failed my first year undergrad Statistics course for that, never mind my second year undergrad econometrics module

You also forgot to control for car availability/ ownership and didn't look at public transport accessibility - both of which I suspect you might find would be highly significant explanatory variables

claret50 8:43 Sun Jul 7
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
A small domestic flight to Auckland, and then a dreamliner to Singapore and finally an A380 to Heathrow, whomail me for more info if you so wish.

Mr Kenzo 1:18 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Bright Orange Space Hopper

lowermarshhammer 11:09 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Guy Gibson

So much research and study is a total waate of time done by academics who would not last 5 minutes in a real job.

We have a family friend, Japanese lady, professor of English literature at a leading university over there. Speaks and writes better English than 99.5% of English people.

Specialist in academic research in late 19th early 20th century English literature. Utterly fucking pointless. All funded by the Japanese government. What a waste of money.

Peterboroughiron 9:39 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
By spending a lot of money on trains

Guy Gibsons Dog 8:33 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
dear god, is what a post grad degree is all about how do people travel to football matches, if you follow his link he says he is a post graduate what will this research add to mankind.
Anyway i travel by hyperloop from Whitstable to London, then I get the Maglev to Stratford, the final part I use my hoverboard .... but I am living in the year 2060

Hope this help with such senseless reasearch

bruuuno 4:49 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
What a night that qf was v Everton.

I also prefer to listen to games rather than watch a poxy stream.

I listened to the Watford game in a rowing boat while dozing off in the sun it was most pleasant

yngwies Cat 3:05 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Fuckin Cranes I meant

Anyway I've done my bit, what fuckin waste of a degree have you been mugged of for doing then?

yngwies Cat 3:02 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Magic Carpet, get a bit lost over Statford what with the fuckin crai

Alfie 2:57 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Alfs - there is a simplism ( is that a word?) and beautifulness in that - that I like sir.

If i dont go, i prefer to listen on the radio. I vividly remember listening to the everton quarter final game, the slater goal. The commentator made it sound like the entire ground might fucking explode, and he was right - thst was exactly how it was then. Like youd fallen into a bucket of lary blokes going mental. We had the best thing in london then, and everyone knew it nor even tried arguing.

Alfs 2:45 Sat Jul 6
Re: How do football supporters travel to football games?
Home or away I have the same routine. I walk to the chair at my desk, sit down, click my mouse a few times and hey presto.

It can take up to ten minutes on a bad day.

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