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with the FA Trophy being at Upton Park will many people be going down to cheer Woking on?

does anyone know if you will be able to get tickets on the day (i know sometimes they dont sell them at the gate) or will they have to be perchaced before hand.

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can't believe you would not be able to purchase tickets on the day. Ticket details due to be announced on Tuesday apparently so would suggest checking club websites then. PS it's a 3pm kick-off

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I may well be going but I could be coming back from Glasgow that morning!!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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Definately going. Suggest contacting Woking to purchase tickets from them as I am sure they will not be too difficult to acquire, likely tickets will be available on the day too as I wouldn't have thought that there would be a 36,000 sell out.

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I may well be going but I could be coming back from Glasgow that morning!!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />


Yeah, if Gretna get to the cup final a few of the Yellow Army will be making the long trip north to watch history in the making!

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Will be going to cheer on woking if the mighty Gretna dont get to the scottish cup final as both finals clash on the same day.

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Scottish cup final is on the Saturday and the Trophy final is the next day.

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So it is, we were even talking about it lasy night wernt we.DOH!!!. Ill get me coat.

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We'll hopefully have a positive result for Gretna tomorrow. 12.45 kick off against Dundee tomorrow if anybody is interested.

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with the FA Trophy being at Upton Park will many people be going down to cheer Woking on?


Be amazed if any of our fans would be going down to cheer Grays on but you never know I suppose.

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For all you potential Hampden Parkers, the commentary can be found here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk...und&team=gretna

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Come on you Gretna!!!!

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Gretna are 1-0 up!!! 45 minutes from Glasgow!!!

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I went mental when I saw that go in!!!

Come on Gretna!

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2-0!!!!!!

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Why are 'we' all Gretna fans?

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We're going to Glasgow!!! Come on!!!!!!!!

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Basically ive been supporting them since i was seven (due to the funny name at the time) but since then have found a few more Gretnatonians so we decided if they get to the final we would go and support them (great occasion and going to be a excellent weekend).

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(great occasion and going to be a excellent weekend).



Sure will, fella!!

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Some achievement for a 2nd Division side to get to Hampden in the Scottish FA Cup Final that is for sure. Most impressive indeed.

Hearts or Hibs in the final should (on paper) win but Gretna, having come all this way cannot be underestimated. What is the story behind the Gretna chairman then Gary? Looks like quite a character and he is English too I believe?




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