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post Mar 19 2016, 01:46 PM
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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


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post Mar 19 2016, 02:53 PM
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QUOTE (mused @ Mar 19 2016, 01:46 PM) *
Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.



The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

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post Mar 19 2016, 04:04 PM
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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.



The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.


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post Mar 19 2016, 06:43 PM
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Just seen a post on FB from a supporter saying it wasn't at Chester's request. So over to you board?


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post Mar 19 2016, 07:05 PM
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QUOTE (Hugh Jass @ Mar 19 2016, 02:53 PM) *
QUOTE (mused @ Mar 19 2016, 01:46 PM) *
Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.
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post Mar 19 2016, 07:47 PM
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shameful treatment of fans. Expect a dirty protest. The club urgently needs someone involved that respects and understands that the fan base is diverse, intelligent, accountable and responsible for looking after their own interests. We have a police state, a state run media and now a club that enforces double standards. We are rapidly alienating fans, including myself, and action is required. If I hear it was on 'police advice' it reinforces my views already posted. There are other issues from today regarding the inclusivity of fans that is deeply troubling but I hope to discuss this with the chairman if he responds to my request for a meeting. Congratulations to Wrexham, a well deserved win. Can you play us every week-no, but you can play us again twice next season. Enjoy
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post Mar 19 2016, 08:02 PM
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QUOTE (mused @ Mar 19 2016, 01:46 PM) *
Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.



I seem to recall the FSF taking an interest in the first bubble match, but both clubs at the time, and subsequently, have barely raised a whimper of protest, handing the political victory to the boys in blue. Couldn,t the club and Wrexham at least make life a little uncomfortable for Mr Dwyer (Police Commissioner) in pressing him to justify the police position in advance of his re-election campaign instead of just sitting on our hands ?


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post Mar 19 2016, 11:02 PM
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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.



I seem to recall the FSF taking an interest in the first bubble match, but both clubs at the time, and subsequently, have barely raised a whimper of protest, handing the political victory to the boys in blue. Couldn,t the club and Wrexham at least make life a little uncomfortable for Mr Dwyer (Police Commissioner) in pressing him to justify the police position in advance of his re-election campaign instead of just sitting on our hands ?


It infuriates me how little both clubs seem to be doing about this. They've just resigned themselves to this absolute idiocy.

The FSF are a really important ally to have on issues like this and I know for a fact they'd support us in doing something about it. What exactly is the club doing? Have they been in touch with the FSF at all?

Every person, to a man, can see that this whole bubble nonsense is an absolute disgrace. If I were the club, I'd be looking at the legal routes they could be taking against the two police forces for their blatantly unnecessary and draconian reaction to this football match, as well as Cheshire's handling of the Tranmere game.

Precedent by most other police forces is set for these sort of derbies and ones much, much bigger across the country. The incompetence of Cheshire and North Wales police is staggering of epic proportions.

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post Mar 20 2016, 09:24 AM
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Wrexham supporters voted in favour of the bubble remember.


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post Mar 20 2016, 09:31 AM
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Wrexham supporters voted in favour of the bubble remember.

If i had a gun to my head ( Police costs of 40k) or walk away and i wont shoot you ( Police bubble restrictions) its a no brainer really.


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post Mar 20 2016, 10:33 AM
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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.


Very timely for those on Devachat who are not happy to raise it again at the CFU meeting this coming Thursday, 24th March. If nothing else it may help to hear from the Chairman or Board exactly what the situation is re whether there is any room for discussion for future matches. Personally I would like to know how much the whole excercise costs and how much we, as a Club, has to pick up.


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post Mar 20 2016, 11:30 AM
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QUOTE (Pauline M @ Mar 20 2016, 10:33 AM) *
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QUOTE (Hugh Jass @ Mar 19 2016, 02:53 PM) *
QUOTE (mused @ Mar 19 2016, 01:46 PM) *
Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.


Very timely for those on Devachat who are not happy to raise it again at the CFU meeting this coming Thursday, 24th March. If nothing else it may help to hear from the Chairman or Board exactly what the situation is re whether there is any room for discussion for future matches. Personally I would like to know how much the whole excercise costs and how much we, as a Club, has to pick up.

It would be great to see what options are made available to the clubs via the Police/SAG. At that point you might be able to compare how we are treated compared to other clubs. There seems very little transparency regarding the working of the SAG.


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post Mar 20 2016, 11:38 AM
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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.


Very timely for those on Devachat who are not happy to raise it again at the CFU meeting this coming Thursday, 24th March. If nothing else it may help to hear from the Chairman or Board exactly what the situation is re whether there is any room for discussion for future matches. Personally I would like to know how much the whole excercise costs and how much we, as a Club, has to pick up.

It would be great to see what options are made available to the clubs via the Police/SAG. At that point you might be able to compare how we are treated compared to other clubs. There seems very little transparency regarding the working of the SAG.


Just to point out, regards the lack of ale on sale yesterday. Seems some of our own voted to ban the sale of it at last April's CFU meeting.

Check out the minutes from the CFU website. Very last point on there.



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post Mar 20 2016, 12:54 PM
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QUOTE (Derry Exile @ Mar 20 2016, 11:38 AM) *
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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.


Very timely for those on Devachat who are not happy to raise it again at the CFU meeting this coming Thursday, 24th March. If nothing else it may help to hear from the Chairman or Board exactly what the situation is re whether there is any room for discussion for future matches. Personally I would like to know how much the whole excercise costs and how much we, as a Club, has to pick up.

It would be great to see what options are made available to the clubs via the Police/SAG. At that point you might be able to compare how we are treated compared to other clubs. There seems very little transparency regarding the working of the SAG.


Just to point out, regards the lack of ale on sale yesterday. Seems some of our own voted to ban the sale of it at last April's CFU meeting.

Check out the minutes from the CFU website. Very last point on there.

Well, it's a democracy so there's very little argument other than there's only a small amount of the electoral that go to the meetings. But, for me we all don't drink then and Blues bar should serve soft drinks only during the home game. And, if as grown adults we can't be trusted to drink, do we make the blues bar tea total all season around?
I wouldn't mind but the fan zone at tranmere was superb and shows that most grown adults can stand and drink together without any problems when the right environment is created.


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post Mar 20 2016, 01:45 PM
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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.


Very timely for those on Devachat who are not happy to raise it again at the CFU meeting this coming Thursday, 24th March. If nothing else it may help to hear from the Chairman or Board exactly what the situation is re whether there is any room for discussion for future matches. Personally I would like to know how much the whole excercise costs and how much we, as a Club, has to pick up.

It would be great to see what options are made available to the clubs via the Police/SAG. At that point you might be able to compare how we are treated compared to other clubs. There seems very little transparency regarding the working of the SAG.


Just to point out, regards the lack of ale on sale yesterday. Seems some of our own voted to ban the sale of it at last April's CFU meeting.

Check out the minutes from the CFU website. Very last point on there.

Well, it's a democracy so there's very little argument other than there's only a small amount of the electoral that go to the meetings. But, for me we all don't drink then and Blues bar should serve soft drinks only during the home game. And, if as grown adults we can't be trusted to drink, do we make the blues bar tea total all season around?
I wouldn't mind but the fan zone at tranmere was superb and shows that most grown adults can stand and drink together without any problems when the right environment is created.

I don't think the Club can afford to pay out £000s to Glyndwr University to cover the damage to seats, so they made every effort to avoid a repeat of last season. Seems reasonable to me and I think I was at the CFU meeting when the vote was taken. Rather a few jakey p!ssheads inconvenienced than a large hole in next season's playing budget. Just my opinion like.


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post Mar 20 2016, 01:50 PM
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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.


Very timely for those on Devachat who are not happy to raise it again at the CFU meeting this coming Thursday, 24th March. If nothing else it may help to hear from the Chairman or Board exactly what the situation is re whether there is any room for discussion for future matches. Personally I would like to know how much the whole excercise costs and how much we, as a Club, has to pick up.

It would be great to see what options are made available to the clubs via the Police/SAG. At that point you might be able to compare how we are treated compared to other clubs. There seems very little transparency regarding the working of the SAG.


Just to point out, regards the lack of ale on sale yesterday. Seems some of our own voted to ban the sale of it at last April's CFU meeting.

Check out the minutes from the CFU website. Very last point on there.

Well, it's a democracy so there's very little argument other than there's only a small amount of the electoral that go to the meetings. But, for me we all don't drink then and Blues bar should serve soft drinks only during the home game. And, if as grown adults we can't be trusted to drink, do we make the blues bar tea total all season around?
I wouldn't mind but the fan zone at tranmere was superb and shows that most grown adults can stand and drink together without any problems when the right environment is created.

I don't think the Club can afford to pay out £000s to Glyndwr University to cover the damage to seats, so they made every effort to avoid a repeat of last season. Seems reasonable to me and I think I was at the CFU meeting when the vote was taken. Rather a few jakey p!ssheads inconvenienced than a large hole in next season's playing budget. Just my opinion like.

Nice to know you have such a high opinion of your fellow supporters. The same supporters who give readily when the tin has been out.


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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.


The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.


Very timely for those on Devachat who are not happy to raise it again at the CFU meeting this coming Thursday, 24th March. If nothing else it may help to hear from the Chairman or Board exactly what the situation is re whether there is any room for discussion for future matches. Personally I would like to know how much the whole excercise costs and how much we, as a Club, has to pick up.

It would be great to see what options are made available to the clubs via the Police/SAG. At that point you might be able to compare how we are treated compared to other clubs. There seems very little transparency regarding the working of the SAG.


Just to point out, regards the lack of ale on sale yesterday. Seems some of our own voted to ban the sale of it at last April's CFU meeting.

Check out the minutes from the CFU website. Very last point on there.

Well, it's a democracy so there's very little argument other than there's only a small amount of the electoral that go to the meetings. But, for me we all don't drink then and Blues bar should serve soft drinks only during the home game. And, if as grown adults we can't be trusted to drink, do we make the blues bar tea total all season around?
I wouldn't mind but the fan zone at tranmere was superb and shows that most grown adults can stand and drink together without any problems when the right environment is created.

I don't think the Club can afford to pay out £000s to Glyndwr University to cover the damage to seats, so they made every effort to avoid a repeat of last season. Seems reasonable to me and I think I was at the CFU meeting when the vote was taken. Rather a few jakey p!ssheads inconvenienced than a large hole in next season's playing budget. Just my opinion like.

Nice to know you have such a high opinion of your fellow supporters. The same supporters who give readily when the tin has been out.

Jesus wept. Compared to getting slaughtered by our bitterest rivals on the pitch, the inability to drink crap lager out of plastic bottles for 3 hours is just a minor setback. Someone get a bit of perspective here.


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The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.

You are entitled to your opinion
For me CFU is CFC
I support both as one.
Who does speak for you or are you a lone voice in the dark?
I raised the issue of the bubble at a CFU meeting and my resistance to it some time ago. I don't know if comments or resistance were forthcoming from both clubs, but I suspect that the police authorities have us over a barrel regarding alternatives and the associated costs.
My view is that the damage has been done and that the resistance should have been made when the whole principle of bubble was tabled when we first played Wrexham after reforming
Both police authorities now have all the political advantage and will use same to justify this total infringement of our rights by using one sided and loaded statistics to justify their containment stance, which lets face it, is just for their benefit and demonstrates their inability to do their job.


Very timely for those on Devachat who are not happy to raise it again at the CFU meeting this coming Thursday, 24th March. If nothing else it may help to hear from the Chairman or Board exactly what the situation is re whether there is any room for discussion for future matches. Personally I would like to know how much the whole excercise costs and how much we, as a Club, has to pick up.

It would be great to see what options are made available to the clubs via the Police/SAG. At that point you might be able to compare how we are treated compared to other clubs. There seems very little transparency regarding the working of the SAG.


Just to point out, regards the lack of ale on sale yesterday. Seems some of our own voted to ban the sale of it at last April's CFU meeting.

Check out the minutes from the CFU website. Very last point on there.

Well, it's a democracy so there's very little argument other than there's only a small amount of the electoral that go to the meetings. But, for me we all don't drink then and Blues bar should serve soft drinks only during the home game. And, if as grown adults we can't be trusted to drink, do we make the blues bar tea total all season around?
I wouldn't mind but the fan zone at tranmere was superb and shows that most grown adults can stand and drink together without any problems when the right environment is created.

I don't think the Club can afford to pay out £000s to Glyndwr University to cover the damage to seats, so they made every effort to avoid a repeat of last season. Seems reasonable to me and I think I was at the CFU meeting when the vote was taken. Rather a few jakey p!ssheads inconvenienced than a large hole in next season's playing budget. Just my opinion like.

Nice to know you have such a high opinion of your fellow supporters. The same supporters who give readily when the tin has been out.

Jesus wept. Compared to getting slaughtered by our bitterest rivals on the pitch, the inability to drink crap lager out of plastic bottles for 3 hours is just a minor setback. Someone get a bit of perspective here.

I think, actually, the salient point here that mused is making is more important than perhaps you are giving it credit for.

Just as Cheshire and North Wales police forcing all fans to give up their rights for a day and make them follow the 'bubble' protocol does not make all football fans hooligans and criminals, much as the police like to think so, neither is it acceptable, in my humble opinion, for people to be suggesting that everybody who wants an alcoholic beverage wants to rip seats out and do criminal damage.

Its very dodgy territory, in any situation, for the majority to be punished because of the actions of a minority.


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It seems that despite there being no alcohol that there was still damage caused to seats. If you can't attend a football match without mindlessly vandalising property then you are officially a complete moron.


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our fans damaged some seats as well. Bl@@dy D$ckheads.
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It seems that despite there being no alcohol that there was still damage caused to seats. If you can't attend a football match without mindlessly vandalising property then you are officially a complete moron.


our fans damaged some seats as well. Bl@@dy D$ckheads.


Eh, they damaged seats in their own ground? Why?! You snotted us, there are surely better ways to celebrate rather than removing your own seats?!


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It seems that despite there being no alcohol that there was still damage caused to seats. If you can't attend a football match without mindlessly vandalising property then you are officially a complete moron.


our fans damaged some seats as well. Bl@@dy D$ckheads.


Eh, they damaged seats in their own ground? Why?! You snotted us, there are surely better ways to celebrate rather than removing your own seats?!

Apparently they got over excited.??????????? At least they can't blame your fans for it.

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It seems that despite there being no alcohol that there was still damage caused to seats. If you can't attend a football match without mindlessly vandalising property then you are officially a complete moron.


our fans damaged some seats as well. Bl@@dy D$ckheads.


Eh, they damaged seats in their own ground? Why?! You snotted us, there are surely better ways to celebrate rather than removing your own seats?!

Apparently they got over excited.??????????? At least they can't blame your fans for it.


Didn't the same thing happen at the Deva when we beat them earlier this season?
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Thank you Deva Chanter that was indeed one of the points I was making. After all, the vast majority of our fans are impeccably behaved and have been praised many times for our behaviour and sportsmanship. My other point, we're a democracy, if as a club we decide no chester supporter should have a drink in the ground, then that stands for all of us.


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Signs up at the goatcourse saying no alcohol on sale at the ground as requested by Chester FC. Does the alcohol ban extend to the directors hospitality bar? It would be interesting to hear our boards take on this one.



The members of the board will be too p**sed to care mate

You have to laugh City FANS United, what a joke. If allowing the bubble to go ahead without any comments or resistance wasn't apathetic enough they have to turn the knife a bit more and ban booze.

Glad I didn't go today and glad I'm not a CFU member, they certainly don't speak for me.


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