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They said on SEN that 2,600 club membership tickets had been sold up to this morning. 

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6 minutes ago, Lord Neville X Flash said:

How many can we expect to be wearing red and blue on Saturday?

It would incredible if we had anywhere near 50/50 .

More like 4/96

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12 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

It was reported over here that they’re expecting 5000 to make the trip over. 

5,000 plus that Fremantle bloke

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5 minutes ago, Wrecker45 said:

5,000 plus that Fremantle bloke

And 2 of his Dees supporting mates.

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4 hours ago, Lord Neville X Flash said:

I miss-heard the news this morning, i thought they said 26, 000 tickets had been sold :(

Apparently the ticket allocation is split 50/50 between west coast and melbourne members

Can someone explain how this 50% split allocation works for the members of both clubs? Because, I've read now that the game is pretty much sold out. So, I'm wondering if there's only like 2,600 Melbourne members going, when does ticketmaster concede that it's not going to be 50% Melbourne and let the floodgates go for the rest of the eagles members to get tickets to bring the ratio to like 96% eagles 4% Melbourne?

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Max Gawn alone makes up for a 50% deficit in the crowd! Go Demons! 

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A small but vocal minority who will leave with a big smile, possibly a black eye and an inner belief that maybe, just maybe we can do this thing!

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I will be there, with 3 members of the family. 

Does anyone know, is Melbourne doing a training session on the ground?  If so, when?

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I'll be there with two other demons!

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I will be there with the wife and mates ( one is a bulldog supporter and one a freo lover ) Can’t bloody wait, can’t stand the eagles. Will be loud as we can, even if it means I have to watch the granny from a hospital bed. Go dees

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5 minutes ago, Woodpeckerlips said:

I will be there with the wife and mates ( one is a bulldog supporter and one a freo lover ) Can’t bloody wait, can’t stand the eagles. Will be loud as we can, even if it means I have to watch the granny from a hospital bed. Go dees

If anyone recalls my post about my nephew Shrek Mouth, this is him.

 

Welcome Mr Lips

Enjoy the game, and hi to your mrs.

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7 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

As hard as woodpecker lips. Might be handy if we get up on the weekend. 

All the sleazy hotels are booked out Ethan.

I'm staying on your couch.

That wasn't a question you will note.

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10 minutes ago, Biffen said:

All the sleazy hotels are booked out Ethan.

I'm staying on your couch.

That wasn't a question you will note.

A sleazy house is better than a sleazy hotel. 

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

A sleazy house is better than a sleazy hotel. 

The only thing that concerns me about you is this.

Are you a Cardy B or a Nicky Minaj guy?

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7 hours ago, Lord Neville X Flash said:

How many can we expect to be wearing red and blue on Saturday?

It would incredible if we had anywhere near 50/50 .

Latest number I heard on the news was 3,200 MFC membership tickets sold for the game.

I thought the club could have organised two diesel Locomotives and a few hundred carriages from somewhere for a Deetrain direct to Perth with a thousand fanatics on board. Would need at least 4 or 5 restaurant cars to keep the fans lubricated. 

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4 minutes ago, Biffen said:

The only thing that concerns me about you is this.

Are you a Cardy B or a Nicky Minaj guy?

Cardy B. She called her baby ‘Kulture’

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2 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Cardy B. She called her baby ‘Kulture’

Phew. Thank the Lord.

Sailor Jerry or Mount Gay?

I'm going through Duty Free.

 

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