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Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby rocky » Thu Mar 01, 2018 6:00 pm

Must say I'm sorry you guys feel unable to continue to support the team in this way. You're (mostly) clearly committed supporters so I suppose I find it a bit strange that you aren't coming back to Ravers.
For me, I'll still be rolling up to every home match I can get to as well as the odd away one.
Having supported Malone through a lot of rough seasons over the last few decades, I suppose I'm used to a degree of failure along with the occasional good year. But I'll be at Gibson Park and Ravenhill until I die (or my brain is fried, whichever comes first).
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby big mervyn » Thu Mar 01, 2018 6:24 pm

It would be interesting to see what the individual tkt prices are for the Parker Pen
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby scrum5 » Thu Mar 01, 2018 7:53 pm

But, But, you'll miss all this exciting stuff.....
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby Jackie Brown » Thu Mar 01, 2018 7:56 pm

No mention in that of actually playing some rugby? It's secondary at this stage.

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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby Deraless » Thu Mar 01, 2018 7:57 pm

Wonder who will be doing the randy acts of kindness?

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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby scrum5 » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:00 pm

Jackie Brown wrote:No mention in that of actually playing some rugby? It's secondary at this stage.

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I've been saying that since Johann retired.....the rugby has become a by-product not the prime-product.....but at least the players will be able to WhatsApp with the free Wi-fi
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby Snipe Watson » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:24 pm

rocky wrote:Must say I'm sorry you guys feel unable to continue to support the team in this way. You're (mostly) clearly committed supporters so I suppose I find it a bit strange that you aren't coming back to Ravers.
For me, I'll still be rolling up to every home match I can get to as well as the odd away one.
Having supported Malone through a lot of rough seasons over the last few decades, I suppose I'm used to a degree of failure along with the occasional good year. But I'll be at Gibson Park and Ravenhill until I die (or my brain is fried, whichever comes first).
SUFTUM!

Well I have been a season ticket holder since 1999/2000. I've stood through some dross over the years. This season, for the first time, I chose not to attend a home game. The reason, attending games was a not a pleasurable experience. Why would I drive an hour to Belfast and stand in the rain for 3 hours to watch a professional team playing dreadful rugby?
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby scrum5 » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:29 pm

Snipe Watson wrote:
rocky wrote:Must say I'm sorry you guys feel unable to continue to support the team in this way. You're (mostly) clearly committed supporters so I suppose I find it a bit strange that you aren't coming back to Ravers.
For me, I'll still be rolling up to every home match I can get to as well as the odd away one.
Having supported Malone through a lot of rough seasons over the last few decades, I suppose I'm used to a degree of failure along with the occasional good year. But I'll be at Gibson Park and Ravenhill until I die (or my brain is fried, whichever comes first).
SUFTUM!

Well I have been a season ticket holder since 1999/2000. I've stood through some dross over the years. This season, for the first time, I chose not to attend a home game. The reason, attending games was a not a pleasurable experience. Why would I drive an hour to Belfast and stand in the rain for 3 hours to watch a professional team playing dreadful rugby?


Likewise, for the 1st time, I left a game at halftime as I was bored, the whole experience is no longer enjoyable...
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby Deraless » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:37 pm

scrum5 wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
rocky wrote:Must say I'm sorry you guys feel unable to continue to support the team in this way. You're (mostly) clearly committed supporters so I suppose I find it a bit strange that you aren't coming back to Ravers.
For me, I'll still be rolling up to every home match I can get to as well as the odd away one.
Having supported Malone through a lot of rough seasons over the last few decades, I suppose I'm used to a degree of failure along with the occasional good year. But I'll be at Gibson Park and Ravenhill until I die (or my brain is fried, whichever comes first).
SUFTUM!

Well I have been a season ticket holder since 1999/2000. I've stood through some dross over the years. This season, for the first time, I chose not to attend a home game. The reason, attending games was a not a pleasurable experience. Why would I drive an hour to Belfast and stand in the rain for 3 hours to watch a professional team playing dreadful rugby?


Likewise, for the 1st time, I left a game at halftime as I was bored, the whole experience is no longer enjoyable...
Was it the Munster game? Lol

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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby Rooster » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:39 pm

I'm a horlix so will probably turn up, would love to hear what Bryn has to say though first.
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby scrum5 » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:47 pm

Deraless wrote:
scrum5 wrote:
Snipe Watson wrote:
rocky wrote:Must say I'm sorry you guys feel unable to continue to support the team in this way. You're (mostly) clearly committed supporters so I suppose I find it a bit strange that you aren't coming back to Ravers.
For me, I'll still be rolling up to every home match I can get to as well as the odd away one.
Having supported Malone through a lot of rough seasons over the last few decades, I suppose I'm used to a degree of failure along with the occasional good year. But I'll be at Gibson Park and Ravenhill until I die (or my brain is fried, whichever comes first).
SUFTUM!

Well I have been a season ticket holder since 1999/2000. I've stood through some dross over the years. This season, for the first time, I chose not to attend a home game. The reason, attending games was a not a pleasurable experience. Why would I drive an hour to Belfast and stand in the rain for 3 hours to watch a professional team playing dreadful rugby?


Likewise, for the 1st time, I left a game at halftime as I was bored, the whole experience is no longer enjoyable...
Was it the Munster game? Lol


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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby UlsterNo9 » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:56 pm

Remember when our NIQs were
Pienaar
Afoa
Muller
Wannenburg
Payne (Project)

Next year we will have
No knees Coetzee
Tampon Deysel, in one week out for three
The Hond, who you'll only see on the side of a milk carton

Season ticket prices still the same......
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby jackthelad » Thu Mar 01, 2018 9:07 pm

I moved to Foreignastan in January 2017. At 67 I had become disgusted with the vermin 'running' N.I. Two sets of rat vomit, one filled with murderers, bombers, child molesters, drug dealers, racketeers and thieves and the other a bunch of empty headed religious Bremoron nutters with shyte for grey cells. I have been back for 8 games in the last 13 months, combining visits with friends etc with the Friday night experience. I have decided that enough is enough. I started going to Ravenhill with my father in the 1950s. There were a few lean times over the years but nothing like this. It's done. The sheer ineptitude of the organisation is almost spectacularly awesome. With Captain Mainwaring in charge and Godfrey, Pike and Jones bringing up the rear is it any wonder. Watson and Co must be phuqing proud of what they have done.
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby theodddropgoal » Thu Mar 01, 2018 9:53 pm

Gave mine up lqst season, and now attend more away than home games. At the end any enjoyment I was getting from the game was outweighed by all the nonsense around Ravenhill. This may say more about me than Ulster Rugby, but I had more fun in Newport.
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Re: Season Ticket - Renewing or Not

Postby Dave » Thu Mar 01, 2018 9:55 pm

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