North stand at half time

Ox4Eva

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#1
Not sure how the other stand's where but it was mental in the north stand at half time with people trying to get food and drink. People being crushed and no queues.


Just shows how badly organised we are, it could have really kicked off and there were women and kids amongst it.
 
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Not sure how the other stand's where but it was mental in the north stand at half time with people trying to get food and drink. People being crushed and no queues.


Just shows how badly organised we are, it could have really kicked off and there were women and kids amongst it.
Why didn’t they just bring a twix and a bottle of water?
 

Essexyellows

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Can of pop in the pocket, crisps & chocolate. Never left my seat. Kind of guessed what it would be like, its bad enough on normal match days.
 

m

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Like others on the thread I took steps to avoid the predictable half-time NS scrum.

Not really the point though, is it?

It's a bad experience for more casual visitors. And, given that the club will (may?) be taking over the catering, it would actually be in everyone's interests to make a purchase now and then.
 

nick68

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#16
In fairness people not queueing or just pushing to the front is not the clubs fault, surely people just need to behave correctly. The only way to sort this if people can't act responsibly is to install barriers to force a queue.
 
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