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  1. You do surprise me exalted one, you have a seat in the stand and drink bovril ?? Now i would have thought you were a kneeling on a cushion man with a glass of pyongyang soju in your hand.
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  2. If we were to get back in to watch I would hope that our fans would be happy to sit in any seat, any stand and forget about your own seat for this season.
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  3. That's good I hope you get sorted for Saturday
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  4. The day the governing body argues against fans being allowed back into grounds we’ll know the game truly is bust!
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  5. I received a call today from a very nice lady at the Stadium who confirmed that they had my correct email address but that there had been an admin error meaning that I had received no notification or code for watching live streams. So, glad to say that not my fault, as suspected an admin issue. However any anger I had on Saturday was more than made up for by the apology and extremely polite lovely conversation that I had with the lady at the stadium. Sadly I didn't catch her name but I would like to offer my thanks to her for her honesty and cheerfulness.
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  6. We had multiple tests to make sure this was working perfectly remember and were told it was. If you're happy with it great, never ceases to amaze me the mediocrity we'll accept from our club sometimes and I'm not referring to the product on the pitch. We should be using this as an opportunity to expand the number of people who watch ICT as it's more accessible, really go out and sell the club to a wider audience with a great product regardless of what the result is. Instead it's our usual mantra of 'ach it's good enough, better than nothing I suppose.'
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