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Town v Leeds today

Discussion in 'General Football' started by SteveC, Mar 2, 2024.

  1. SteveC

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    So many empty seats in the stadium, despite both sets of supporters claiming they are massive

    Embarrassing
     
  2. Frank Castle

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    Not really.

    Leeds sold their entire allocation. The game is live on Sky and Huddersfield are battling relegation and are expected to get beat by THE in form team in the Championship.

    I'm sure a similar thing was said when barely 6,500 City fans turned up for the our semi final a couple of weeks back.
     
  3. NorthernMonkey

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    There's no comparison between an important league game and a tin pot cup game, that's a daft suggestion.

    That said, there was over 22,000 there today so a great crowd and I'm not sure the OP has a point.
     
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    6,500 for a tinpot game though hardly on level with the so called MASSIVE west yorkshire past living derby
     

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