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United Tickets Selling Well

Wednesday are set for a bumper crowd for their penultimate match of the season when rivals Sheffield United visit Hillsborough.

The Owls' biggest game of the season, and a match which could well decide whether we're playing Championship or League 1 football next season, is set to bring their biggest gate of the campaign.

Almost 20,000 tickets for home areas have been snapped up with three weeks still to go before the big day.

The Blades are also expected to sell out their allocation in the West Stand.

Fans are urged to snap up their tickets sooner rather than later for the clash, and they can be purchased by visiting www.swfc.co.uk/tickets.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 1 2010

Time: 4:57PM

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anyone know how much the pigs have been allocated?
Wednesdayforlife
The usual lot haven't they?
nickswfc
how much is that?
Wednesdayforlife
About 33000 allocated to the pigs I think
gloucblade
5800 + falling down NWT if it can open.theres about 150 in the north stand from what i've heard of too. we don't stand a chance and have nothing to play for going for a 2-0 shambollic poor relations wendy win i'm afraid. we may sneak a draw if we are lucky.
bladesforlife1889
bfl, it's impossible for any pigs (blunts) fans being in the home ends, that's unless they've never bought a ticket for a United home game. Talking clap trap once again, it wouldn't surprise me if you didn't even sell out the away end as has been in the past. Nothing to play for and all that. I'm sure there will be more there at the World Cup-bound stadium than the little sister stadium in the city.
nickswfc
Noticed the Pigs attendances are dwindling as expected. Their 2/3 stint as getting more fans is coming to an end. Normality resuming. I guess you'll still keep giving season tickets away next season though so they won't be that bad
welshyowl
i'm sure there will be 'away' fans in the home areas because there is always a way of getting round the system. why they would bother is anyones guess tho cos unless they pretend they're wednesday fans they will be led out in shame as usual
Hirsty's Shinpads
bfl dont be daft, ure just making stories up (again) how on earth would you know theres 150 o your ****3 in our end????? u aint even sold out your end yet u tool
smiggyswfc
we will sell our tickets , just to help ur finances,care in the comunity , its not our cup final , but it is ur's , have u had chance to think up a song about the double, 95 years should gave been long enough
andytheblade
andy this is the only game you have got left to look forward too of course its your cup final!
Wednesdayforlife
andy you numpty, if it was our cup final we'd have sold out weeks ago just like you lot are so keen to remind us of when its your home game. so settle down and take your pills
Hirsty's Shinpads
KNEW YOU WERE ALL RELATED TO EACH OTHER...INBREAD SNORTBEASTS
bladesforlife1889
 

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