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Best awayday experience.

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On Sat 10 Aug at 8:50pm Rookie wrote:
Well, who would have thought it? The members of the Football Supporters Association has voted the best Non-League Away Day for the whole of Step 3 is ..........Lewes CFC.
For the Lewes matchday experience to be voted number one by football fans all over the country is quite an achievement.
So there.
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On Sun 11 Aug at 5:55pm Nevillman wrote:
I'm not surprised. The elevated viewpoints and surrounding views (useful in the very rare and unlikely event of the onfield action not providing full entertainment) make the dripping pan a unique stadium.
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On Sun 11 Aug at 5:58pm Green Sleeves wrote:
Probably doesn't hurt that the away supporters usually leave with a good result as well...
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On Sun 11 Aug at 10:10pm Rookie wrote:
I reckon the local pubs selling Harveys helped a bit too though.
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On Sun 11 Aug at 10:41pm Local99 wrote:
So, how many members does the fsa have, how many voted overall, and how many voted for lewes?
Never heard of them myself, after 40-odd years of being a football supporter.
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On Mon 12 Aug at 10:01am Rookie wrote:
Half a million plus. Not the 8 men and a dog you were expecting.
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On Mon 12 Aug at 10:41am stig of the dump wrote:
Always one that feels the need to analyse and criticize everything... yes you Local99
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On Mon 12 Aug at 10:52am Nevillman wrote:
It would have been quicker and easier for you to look up the FSA than post your comment local 99. Thinking of it, it would have been quicker and easier for me to ignore your post than respond to it. I would delete it but it's easier to post it now. Sorry for wasting everyone's time.
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On Mon 12 Aug at 11:22am Rookie wrote:
In defence of Local99, there's probably not much information about the FSA on PornHub.
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On Mon 12 Aug at 1:05pm Local99 wrote:
Oh how droll you all are.
But Lewes FC's communications appear to be built more on spin these days than hard tangible facts, and a fair number of fans swallow everything they're told with no instinct to challenge or ask for verification. And don't forget that the indignant posters on here could easily be Club Directors who are ploughing the self-same furrow.
So whilst someone has answered the first question, the other two are the important ones to determine whether this 'win' means much at all.
I hope it does, but what's wrong with asking for context?
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On Mon 12 Aug at 5:38pm Rookie wrote:
Who cares? Lewes won it against 80-odd other competing clubs who didn't win it. It can only be a good thing.
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On Tue 13 Aug at 9:05pm Local99 wrote:
Is it really true that Lewes FC aren't even affiliates or associates of the organiser of this award?


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