Quantcast
Season ticket letters - Page 5 - FF - Football Forum - The Liverpool Way Jump to content
WaltonRed

Season ticket letters

Recommended Posts

The reference number is at home and nobody is at home... Ahhhhhh. I can't get there quick enough!! I reckon I have one though as I've been on the list since Sept 1997!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest ShoePiss

1,993

 

Obviously at this time I'm not going to be using it, I might offer it up on here for someone once we get more details.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Good work Navbasi! Im sharing your enthusiasm! We've got a gang of newbie season tickets holders going on right here!

 

1993, that is close to the bone Stumptown!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest ShoePiss
Good work Navbasi! Im sharing your enthusiasm! We've got a gang of newbie season tickets holders going on right here!

 

1993, that is close to the bone Stumptown!

 

I know, strangely I'm sure I put my name down in 1992/1993 so after seeing others position and time I expected it to be higher up the list..not that it matters of course :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

 

I know, strangely I'm sure I put my name down in 1992/1993 so after seeing others position and time I expected it to be higher up the list..not that it matters of course :)

 

The list opened in 1996 didn't it?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest ShoePiss
The list opened in 1996 didn't it?

 

I was on it before then, they offered me a centenary season ticket when it first opened but I turned it down as I wanted to be in the kop and it was easy to get tickets then anyway.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
4505! i went on in 98' not happy

 

You might have thought they put you on then but they didn't.

 

I put my lad on in September 1999 and he is 3162. You've been noted as being after that date clearly.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2639 and I went on in March/April 99

 

You might have thought they put you on then but they didn't.

 

I put my lad on in September 1999 and he is 3162. You've been noted as being after that date clearly.

 

is there anything I can do to complain?

 

Got my original letter still.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
is there anything I can do to complain?

 

Got my original letter still.

 

Walton, put a query through online. You can do it through the screen where it tells you your number. Give them two working days then ring if no reply. Im in 9002 even though I joined in 1997. But i cant locate my original letter unfortunately. Gutting to say the least

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ok I treid to check mine yesterday but it said that it does not recognise the code that iam putting in, tried to call the club on friday, but no answer. How long is the code just so I know what code it is iam looking for, ill call the club tomorrow anyway, just eager to know now!!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Ok I treid to check mine yesterday but it said that it does not recognise the code that iam putting in, tried to call the club on friday, but no answer. How long is the code just so I know what code it is iam looking for, ill call the club tomorrow anyway, just eager to know now!!!

 

6**K**V*

 

That is the length of my code.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Ok I treid to check mine yesterday but it said that it does not recognise the code that iam putting in, tried to call the club on friday, but no answer. How long is the code just so I know what code it is iam looking for, ill call the club tomorrow anyway, just eager to know now!!!

 

 

2712!!!!!!!!!! Fuck Off!!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

2613. Mate of mine put his name down in 96 when we lived in midlands. I've since moved back to Liverpool but it would still be in my mate's name so we'd be splitting it some way if and when.

 

What proportion are likely to turn it down - club anticipate a 'small amount' but couldn't it be quite a lot considering it goes back to mid 90's?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2613. Mate of mine put his name down in 96 when we lived in midlands. I've since moved back to Liverpool but it would still be in my mate's name so we'd be splitting it some way if and when.

 

What proportion are likely to turn it down - club anticipate a 'small amount' but couldn't it be quite a lot considering it goes back to mid 90's?

 

I can't see there being many because the ones who are in this list had to pay the five pounds, apparently there wasn't the amount the club expected who paid the £5, what dis they expect after a fifteen year wait

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I can't see there being many because the ones who are in this list had to pay the five pounds, apparently there wasn't the amount the club expected who paid the £5, what dis they expect after a fifteen year wait

 

True.

 

Hopefully it means 2000 more guaranteed genuine fans in place of hordes of semi-interested gawps ! If it works that way!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Available Subscriptions

  • Last Match Report

  • Latest Posts

    • I want the prospective titles. One's in the bag. Another one took a hit in Madrid a few hours back, and is in the balance. These things - and even the FA Cup - are in our hands, not a tribunal's.
    • They didn't retrospectively award the win to the second place finisher in the Tour de France after stripping Armstrong.  So in that case you do want us to claim the trophies?   Melbourne Storm were stripped of two Rugby League titles down here for breaching the salary cap and dodgily paying players through third parties.  Pretty similar to City, although much lower figures.  I don't think the runners up were then awarded the trophy. 
    • Andy Robertson has lit the fuse for what should be an explosive second leg of the Champions League last 16 clash with Atletico Madrid in three weeks time.

      A scrappy goal to Saul Niguez in the fourth minute was symbolic of the contest and that suited Atletico to a tee as they were able to slow the pace considerably which naturally frustrated the visitors who failed to register a shot on target throughout the ninety minutes.

      There is little doubt Jürgen Klopp would have told his players beforehand not to fall for their playacting and dubious antics, but it is easier said than done in the heat of the battle.

      Sadio Mane was taken off at half time for risk of getting a second yellow card while Klopp himself got booked on the touchline.

      The straight talking left-back left nobody in any illusions of what he thought of the,home teams’ antics after the game in which Liverpool fell to just their third defeat of the season.

      The Mirror reported Robertson as saying:

      “The corner just ricocheted, it was tight but onside.   "We gave them the best possible start and that get the fans behind them and then they start falling over and getting under the skin a bit.

      “We put in a decent performance and we know we can be better. We've got a second leg to put it right."  

      Robertson also picked up on the reactions of the Atletico players after the game and gave them a little word of warning.

      “They celebrated as if they won the tie after the game. 

      “They are coming to Anfield and we know our fans will be there."

      Klopp was absolutely furious with the lack of protection that the Senegal star got on the evening.

      “He [Sadio Mane] was targeted. It was clear. They wanted to make sure he got a yellow card.

      “It is only half time but you need to be really strong as a referee in this atmosphere. 

      “We speak about Anfield and the power a stadium can have, and tonight we saw it. 

      “They got a result, the stadium wasn't here to see sensational football, they got the result and so they are happy.

      “Already in the first 30 minutes three of their players went to the ground I don't know what for. Nobody to blame.

      “I am fine, 1-0 down at half time we have the longest half time break and we will use that. 

      “Welcome to Anfield. It is not over yet."
      View full article
    • Oblak gifted us a goal - Mo's touch let him down.   He will be disappointed when he looks back on that.
    • Also, sides with quality in Europe have been able to nullify us pretty easily by playing a flat 4-4-2. Becoming a bit of a trend. 2 goals in 5 matches against Napoli and Atletico, and especially tonight we couldn't make a dent.    Something needs to be done about that but I have no doubt the home game will be different.
  • Latest Round Up

  • Popular Contributors

×