On Sat 26 Jan at 8:11pm Hyena wrote:
COYL, Brighton next round?
On Sat 26 Jan at 11:16pm drone wrote:
Wouldn`t bet on Brighton to get past WBA. I would be happy with City or United at home. Won`t have the pleasure of West Ham this year. Would like to avoid lower league banana skins.
On Sat 26 Jan at 11:32pm Hyena wrote:
Brighton away would be nice. Anyone else at The Den.
On Sat 26 Jan at 11:37pm Hyena wrote:
Just to qualify. WBA will focus on promotion, Brighton are fairly safe, they will play their first team and in all probability will win.
On Sun 27 Jan at 2:14pm Hamid Barr wrote:
@Hyena - were you there?
On Sun 27 Jan at 2:22pm Hyena wrote:
Left it to late to get a ticket, will be there next week for the mighty Rotherham!
On Sun 27 Jan at 2:49pm Hamid Barr wrote:
Tickets were still available Saturday
On Sun 27 Jan at 3:09pm Hyena wrote:
Iíve got membership wanted 5 for Cold Blow Lane End couldnít get them.
On Sun 27 Jan at 3:14pm Hamid Barr wrote:
You should've asked the right people. I understand there's some proper Millwall chaps in Lewes all ST holders and well connected with the club
On Sun 27 Jan at 3:24pm Hyena wrote:
Iíve never been well connected to anyone. Canít go to every match so no point in having a ST. First match was 1972 , we beat Birmingham 3-0 Derek Posse scored the goal of the season. We played in white then . That was it for me . The only Millwall supporter in a Charlton FC family.
On Sun 27 Jan at 3:30pm Hamid Barr wrote:
There's TV footage of that game you'll find it on You Tube
On Sun 27 Jan at 3:35pm Hyena wrote:
Yeah Iíve seen it. Nothing like the Old Den for atmosphere.
On Sun 27 Jan at 3:39pm Hamid Barr wrote:
New place can be good. On a bad day better than the library at Brighton
On Sun 27 Jan at 3:46pm Hyena wrote:
I agree , saw us play Leeds earlier in the season the place was rocking. The Amex is sterile like a lot of Premiership grounds. I would rather watch lower league football all day long.
On Sun 27 Jan at 7:24pm drone wrote:
Palace in the next round is a possibility. Good result against Spurs. I am old enough to remember the old Den where the terracing came right down to the pitch & an opposition player could expect to get covered in spit whilst taking a corner
On Sun 27 Jan at 9:15pm King of Sussex wrote:
So what really is the preference for the draw; a lower league team with a fighting chance of being beaten, Lewes progress to another round and rack up some kudos and a record placing in the competition - or a Premier League team which will probably give Lewes a good knock out thumping but bring in bumper gate receipts?
In other words, is the preference for sportsmanship or money?
On Mon 28 Jan at 8:52am Hamid Barr wrote:
I think you'll find thus has nothing to do with Lewes
On Tue 29 Jan at 12:57am Rookie wrote:
Lewes in the 5th round? Would love to see it but no chance of it ever happening.