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2 minutes ago, regtee_gawa said:

Where do the Dutch play their home games?

They move them about I think

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3 minutes ago, regtee_gawa said:

Where do the Dutch play their home games?

I would guess mostly 

In Ajax and Feyenoord's stadiums.

Amsterdam and Rotterdam

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10 minutes ago, ARdsfc1 said:

No rush - Easyjet & Ryanair schedules only out to end of October - don't know about other airlines.

Seen that Alan, still it would be nice to know early. 

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email from IFA to say we will receive a further email in advance of 7 December with regard to the fact we only playing 4 games at home as opposed to 5 … I think they should just throw in a free friendly game 

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48 minutes ago, regtee_gawa said:

Where do the Dutch play their home games?

Amsterdam or Rotterdam I think, though tbh, it doesn't make a huge deal of difference, since if you fly into AMS, you're never far from anywhere in Holland (great train system etc). Could even  do Belgium or western Germany at a pinch.

Anyhow, could be Eurostar for me. :thumbsup:

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1 hour ago, regtee_gawa said:

Where do the Dutch play their home games?

It could be Rotterdam, or anywhere...

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15 minutes ago, dmcc_gfc said:

It could be Rotterdam, or anywhere...

but not Liverpool or Rome 😃 

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Rotterdam or Groningen

Leeuwarden, Utrecht

Everywhere the GAWA go

Half the fans get wrecht

(as Schteve McLaren might say)

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1 hour ago, windsor dreamland said:

email from IFA to say we will receive a further email in advance of 7 December with regard to the fact we only playing 4 games at home as opposed to 5 … I think they should just throw in a free friendly game 

If they want to arrange a friendly fine, but they should offer a refund for those that don't want to attend.

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feeling slightly more confident now the fixtures are out, we need to win the first 4 games then take 2 points at home in other 2 games, can't see us getting any pts from Dutch & Germans away, if we can do this 14 points may be in with a slight shout for 2nd?

so will we get a pro rata refund for 1 less home game, or a friendly game threw in?

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2 hours ago, Jack Russell said:

Same here. Fancying about putting my card in cost me an extra £35 out of Belfast. I got it for £86.

You both did well. The prices have been climbing quite sharply all evening. I am flying out of Dublin and back to Belfast to get flights on ideal days for me at civilised times and bearble prices.

Dublin - Amst return flights are still reasonable. And I'm sure there will be plenty of cheap non direct flights available into the future given the scale of Schipol's timetables

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7 minutes ago, chopper1 said:

felling slightly more confident now the fixtures are out, we need to win the first 4 games 

Doubt that'll happen.. you know us...more likely hump the Germans instead.

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1 minute ago, Drew said:

Doubt that'll happen.. you know us...more likely hump the Germans instead.

true lol & lose to Estonia, thats following owc for you!

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3 hours ago, Jack Russell said:

Same here. Fancying about putting my card in cost me an extra £35 out of Belfast. I got it for £86.

I got Belfast to Amsterdam to Stansted to Belfast for about the same

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