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The East Stand full to capacity v Chesterfield and the Club have pictures to prove it.

Join the fun North Korea style and see what you missed at the game v Chesterfield......

Foreign visitors to North Korea are taken to the De-miilitarized zone and shown the plans and specifications for the 'Concrete Wall' which was built to separate North Korea from the South. These same visitors are then taken to the viewing platform to view the wall following which their guides then ask them what they think of it.

This is where it gets a bit surreal. The wall was never built and does not exist other than in the minds of the North Koreans and its leader but the visitors must play-along with the fiction and praise the Wall even though all that they are presented with is rolling open countryside.
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Well, we now offer you the chance to enjoy the same experience as the visitors to North Korea but much closer to home at The Valley.

Study the picture below of the part of the East Stand just before Kick-off v Chesterfield.
It was taken looking across to the East from the Directors Box in the Lower West where Katrien Meire was seated.

Look very carefully and you will see that both you and the beloved CEO will be able to celebrate the fact that every single seat in the centre of the East Stand was occupied!

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  • Looks like only a few pockets of supporters wearing white T shirts and black shorts. 2%? The rest in plain red. Fantastic sight. Well done RD!
  • Yes, in front of our esteemed leader, Charlton extended their lead at the top of the premiership to 10 points with a thumping 10-0 thrashing of Manchester City. Half time entertainment was provided by the flogging of several CARD members.
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  • 8,337 now on the waiting list for Seasons Tickets.
  • Oakster said:

    Looks pretty full to me...

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    At last someone posted the real picture, the rest are just imposters.
  • IdleHans said:

    Given 'The Valley' is clearly legible even during a game, what are the chances of breaking in the night before a game and rearranging the seats to say 'Roland out'?

    Of course there is a history of people breaking in at night.
  • Join the fun North Korea style and see what you missed at the game v Chesterfield......

    Foreign visitors to North Korea are taken to the De-miilitarized zone and shown the plans and specifications for the 'Concrete Wall' which was built to separate North Korea from the South. These same visitors are then taken to the viewing platform to view the wall following which their guides then ask them what they think of it.

    This is where it gets a bit surreal. The wall was never built and does not exist other than in the minds of the North Koreans and its leader but the visitors must play-along with the fiction and praise the Wall even though all that they are presented with is rolling open countryside.
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    Well, we now offer you the chance to enjoy the same experience as the visitors to North Korea but much closer to home at The Valley.

    Study the picture below of the part of the East Stand just before Kick-off v Chesterfield.
    It was taken looking across to the East from the Directors Box in the Lower West where Katrien Meire was seated.

    Look very carefully and you will see that both you and the beloved CEO will be able to celebrate the fact that every single seat in the centre of the East Stand was occupied!

    imageimage

    That pic include the seat I had since the East Stand opened in 1994 - until this year when I didn't renew. In those 21 years I don't think I've ever seen that section so empty, even for preseason games.
  • rikofold said:

    Join the fun North Korea style and see what you missed at the game v Chesterfield......

    Foreign visitors to North Korea are taken to the De-miilitarized zone and shown the plans and specifications for the 'Concrete Wall' which was built to separate North Korea from the South. These same visitors are then taken to the viewing platform to view the wall following which their guides then ask them what they think of it.

    This is where it gets a bit surreal. The wall was never built and does not exist other than in the minds of the North Koreans and its leader but the visitors must play-along with the fiction and praise the Wall even though all that they are presented with is rolling open countryside.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Well, we now offer you the chance to enjoy the same experience as the visitors to North Korea but much closer to home at The Valley.

    Study the picture below of the part of the East Stand just before Kick-off v Chesterfield.
    It was taken looking across to the East from the Directors Box in the Lower West where Katrien Meire was seated.

    Look very carefully and you will see that both you and the beloved CEO will be able to celebrate the fact that every single seat in the centre of the East Stand was occupied!

    imageimage

    That pic include the seat I had since the East Stand opened in 1994 - until this year when I didn't renew. In those 21 years I don't think I've ever seen that section so empty, even for preseason games.
    Nobody has seen the ground so empty for a league game, ever since we returned in 1992!
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  • It is so sad to see how soulless the ground is at home games, the sooner they sell up and we can move forward the better for all concerned.
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