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I'm afraid I do solicit JohnnyO, much to my shame. But never fear, I surely can't continue much longer - not only due to my advanced age, but for reasons that cannot be discussed (though not religious). :) But I do provide a public service, and these days, that's a tough business to be in.
Glad you too are mystified by the innards of computers and cyber space; perhaps we could start a club......or attend one of those classes they have in libraries and such places.
Thanks both for soapy compliments. I do my best.
 
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After being rejected in the first ballot. I have been successful in a second ballot for a cup final ticket. This has really made my day.

26 years after my first cup final (aged 9) when we also played Crystal Palace,
hopefully it will be the same result from a United point of view.

Only problem is that my ticket is restricted view. No idea what that will entail.......
 
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Viewing restrictions ? Like pick which support pillar you sit behind whilst listening to the match commentary through earbuds, but nevertheless enjoying the atmosphere and, still, BEING THERE !

JohnnyO. o/
 
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After being rejected in the first ballot. I have been successful in a second ballot for a cup final ticket. This has really made my day.

26 years after my first cup final (aged 9) when we also played Crystal Palace,
hopefully it will be the same result from a United point of view.

Only problem is that my ticket is restricted view. No idea what that will entail.......
Have a fantastic time, and enjoy your day.
 
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Viewing restrictions ? Like pick which support pillar you sit behind whilst listening to the match commentary through earbuds,

JohnnyO. o/
Now calm down Johnny,

Having a partial view seat might just mean he will be expected to squint or at worst, close one eye during the match. The sight lines are fine though with no obstruction.

No need jumping to conclusions buddy.

Merky
 
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Ampunt of times I've sat in restricted view, back in the days of The Dell (Southampton). That said the support pillar didn't stop my enjoyment.
Ah the Dell, a proper tight ground. Was never lucky enough to go but have been to St Mary's half a dozen times. I know these modern grounds have better facilities and sight lines but something always feels lost when teams move to more modern stadia.
 
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Viewing restrictions ? Like pick which support pillar you sit behind whilst listening to the match commentary through earbuds, but nevertheless enjoying the atmosphere and, still, BEING THERE !

JohnnyO. o/
I certainly will enjoy, don't worry about that I'm hoping restricted view just means very front row or very back row but we will see. I remember in the early 90s QPR had seats behind pillars and the tickets were stamped with DIABOLICAL VIEW on them. Great word.
 
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Now calm down Johnny,

Having a partial view seat might just mean he will be expected to squint or at worst, close one eye during the match. The sight lines are fine though with no obstruction.

No need jumping to conclusions buddy.

Merky
'Fraid jumping to conclusions and queues is about most exercise I get these days old buddy.

JohnnyO. o/
 
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