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Can someone inform me please the prices to get in your place please. I'll be coming down today and hopefully for one side a record comes to an end (hopefully for us Daggers). Well good luck tonight and hope for a good game. [color:"red"] [/color]

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.....but if you bring a pair of footy boots, you might be offered a game !

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Thanks for that but im student so what do I come under? Do I need to bring any ID to prove im a student?


I'm afraid that there are no student concessions, not even for the home fans.

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ooh very much looking forward to this one, as I have done for the past 2 seasons, even though we never seem to have beaten you at home in the conference lol. Bring a lot of fans please!
Will we have another sing of Andy fords red and white army? Was great to hear everyone singing it again on saturday altho i think a few people now fell it is a curse (i myself do not believe in such nonsense!)
C'mon you reds, and heres to an exciting game

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Actually..... I think that the pricing should be for 16s and under. Would seem a lot fairer to those who are still at school.

And a couple of quid knocked off as a concession to those with student I.D may bring a few more into the ground.

Anyone any thoughts?

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When I was a student I wrote to the club saying that every club near where I went to University (Southampton, Portsmouth, Eastleigh, Bournemtouth and Havant) all had a student concession price available. I received a reply saying that they hoped to implement something like that but as with most things CEO related nothing has been done.

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Do children aged 16 + not also go to school



Not these days. They're all too busy down the Burberry shop, and smashing and burning stuff and knifing people.

During the war... etc etc

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Maybe it's a village thing,out there in the countryside they're quite simple folk..


I say young chap, their is nothing wrong with country life style, one would like to think of us as simply laid back, as apposed to you city dwellers.

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