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is anyone going for a drink before the game tonight? are we aloud to use the club house? if not where are we going to drink?

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im guessing its a similar set up to stevenage where u go into the supporters club bar before the game..? digger daggar website

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I beleive you can use the main bar in the clubhouse. It's usually 50p for entry.

Hope this helps

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extortionate!!! ;-)

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what sort of time is everone getting there today, i cant be arsed to sit around at work for a few hours and would rather be drinking, but am not quite sad enough to be drinking on my own yet.

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Hi guys,

Yes you can use our clubhouse and you are all very welcome too

Heres hoping for a good game

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Good luck dagger hopefully we will win..But heres to a good game..

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Heres the away fans guide on the diggerdagger site

http://www.fansfocus...sp?stid=8202060

Hope this helps and best of luck tonight.

Anymore questions ask for Craig G from Romford on the Daggers forum

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Hi, can anyone tell me where away fans usually congregate? I'm going as a neutral tonight but like to be amongst the away support as there is usually more of an atmosphere.

Thanks in advance!

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The game is segregated so the away support is in the Pondfield end, open terrace. If it looks like rain we may open up the extreme end of the sieve (covered terrace to the away fans (as we did on Saturday for the Fleet).

The best atmosphere is around the middle of the covered terrace, especially at night games. Park Lane was a morgue even when the home team were 3-0 up at New Year so unless Canvey make a lot more noise on the road, I'd come in with the Daggers.

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Hmm decisions decisions!

Thanks for the info mate. Much appreciated!

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there were a few reasons why you thought it was a morgue,

a. the wind carried most noise (I admit there wasn't much) away from the away end,

b. it was new years day for Christ sake, if you are in a fit state to shout and sing at 1pm on new years day, you didn't have a good new years night.

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Im sure there will be noise from the canvey end this time, us being three nil up I cant guarantee

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there were a few reasons why you thought it was a morgue,


Another was of course the smell. God your ground is depressing even when your team aren't being stuffed.

Broadfield and now our place. It must be nice to see a couple of decent grounds. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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oh the ground again, how original, jesus we havent hurd that one before, and yet you couldnt fill the away end, we certainly dont fill the home end so why do we need more again? plus
your ground is a cr*p hole, it is bigger but god it is run down.

at least we are getting a new one.

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I think not my old son. Run down?? Perhaps you are thinking of Gravesend.

Decent segregation, a proper stand, the ability to buy a cup of tea during the game without a 30 minute wait and no smell. Add to that you can actually see what is happening on the pitch from the away end and I think we have you there.

Nice result tonight I thought. Smith should be taken out to sea and dumped. Who's a [****!!****] sucker after the second goal Smithy you [****!!****] <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Run down? Indeed

Decent segregation? Hmm..

Proper stand? Hmm..

No smell? Nuh-huh.. Please tell me that's a joke..

Ability to see from the away end? You don't win that one either..

Nice result? You [****!!****]' wish

C*******r? ROBERTS

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Very original from the Daggers as usual. I would just ignore them.

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[****!!****] sucker?? You'll have missed Smith giving it large with the hand signals to the home crowd having trampled all over Ashley Vickers then?

Oh sweet justice when he screwed up on the second goal. What was he thinking of?

As for segregation, maybe we should get ourselves some lovely second hand scaffolding and shove it in the way.

Seven straight defeats away from home, oh my! What's up, can't play on grass pitches?

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Grass? Wasn't it a combination of (smelly) mud and sand? I must of been seeing something else.

And no, I didn't see him "giving it large" while we're on the subject though, your keeper really is a twat, isn't he?




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