Initial allocation was 2800 wasn't it? Surely we can't be through them already?
Wow, where are we all going to park?Ticket availability for Boro's match at Hull City on Saturday 2 October (3pm) has now been increased to a full and final allocation of 3,500.
Ticket availability for Boro's match at Hull City on Saturday 2 October (3pm) has now been increased to a full and final allocation of 3,500.www.mfc.co.uk
Priory Park just off the A63 - park and ride is one option. If you’re not in a rush, there is parking at Beverley or Brough stations, short train ride into Hull, about 20 min walk to the ground. Alternatively, closer in, there is parking at Walton Street, HRI or St Stephen’s shopping centre.Wow, where are we all going to park?
I would imagine the usual stone island brigade will be out for this one, trying to relive their youth….lad i work with supports sheff u said there was loads of chew after the game .. obviously the tigers didnt take to getting a beating on the pitch. last time we played there i witnessed a boro lad take a beating in west park so be careful coming away next week if youre not in a sizable group. he was picked off as he was on his own (bunch of cowards)
We're averaging over 21k which is very healthy indeed.Just a shame we struggle to break the 20000 ceiling at home
Spot on mate utbWe're averaging over 21k which is very healthy indeed.
We averaged less than that in a top flight season in 92-93 under Lawrence and in the Rioch top flight season of 88-89.
If we pick up form and rise in the table the home crowd will build as it always does.