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For the 3 group stage games.

Eddie Howe's Pot 4 Mags.

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By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 16 Jun 23 12:34
Each game, not all 3.
By:
sparrow
When: 16 Jun 23 13:16
Welcome to the big time!
By:
Tiger Tiger
When: 16 Jun 23 15:48
£55 per match and you have to buy for all three group games.

Early rounds of the FA Cup - prices have increased under the new owners from £10 now £30 or £35 on the day.
Early rounds of the League Cup up to £20 from £10 and now £25 on the day.

Season Tickets (if there were any available) up to £692 to sit behind the goal.

In a traditional working class City.
By:
Emitdeb
When: 16 Jun 23 15:51
Ashley out!
By:
Tiger Tiger
When: 16 Jun 23 15:56
Would have been much cheaper under Ashley of course as we would have been in the Championship, cant have it all ways.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 16 Jun 23 16:10
Still in the championship or div 1 under Ashley.



£55 for level 7 is very expensive.
By:
morpteh mackem
When: 16 Jun 23 16:27
devil has all the best tunes....
By:
DIE LINKE
When: 16 Jun 23 17:31
The A-rabs think everyone wipes their @rses with £20 notes
By:
Flemenstar
When: 17 Jun 23 02:51
don't see the problem here. I'd love to pay £165 to see my team play 3 times in the CL
By:
lfc1971
When: 17 Jun 23 10:08
Any association with that club is beyond the pale
They’ve sold their soul .
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 17 Jun 23 11:34
I'm delighted to pay £165.

Not so delighted for those with "cheaper"
seats that will pay same price as me.

The cheapest season ticket is £417,and most
expensive £1,045. All of these will pay £55
per game for their own seat in champions league.

This is the problem for me.
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 17 Jun 23 13:33
I paid a monkey for a season ticket at S.P. and that's tremendous value to me.

In comparison I went to a midweek fixture at Fontwell a few months ago, and it's a right scruffy gaff these days, and that was £41 sovs.

Me personally, I'd give my left nut to pay £55.00 to see Palace play in the Champions League.

Laugh
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 17 Jun 23 13:52
Man City are £20 to 45 per game

A 3 game bundle from £45 to £105.



Of course their sponsors are bigger and newcastle
must boost revenue because of ffp implications if
They want to progress.
By:
Trackman
When: 17 Jun 23 14:50

----you-have-to-laugh---17 Jun 23 11:34Joined: 06 Jul 10 | Topic/replies: 41,808 | Blogger: ----you-have-to-laugh---'s
I'm delighted to pay £165.

Not so delighted for those with "cheaper"
seats that will pay same price as me.

The cheapest season ticket is £417,and most
expensive £1,045. All of these will pay £55
per game for their own seat in champions league.

This is the problem for me.


Have to agree YHTL it can't be right those sitting up on level 7 paying the same price.
By:
mesmerised
When: 17 Jun 23 19:00
Newcastle could be in pot 3 or 4

I'd say pot 2 is actually slightly stronger than pot 1, much of a muchness

Would Hope Arsenal draw either Benfica, Seville of Feyenoord from pot 1, even PSG who are not all that

Newcastle could be a group of death with Bayern, Real Madrid and possibly Milan

I remember the 3-3 game against Barca, what I didn't remember til recently is that both of them failed to qualify from the group
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 17 Jun 23 20:51
Psv finished 2nd in group and also did not
reach next stage.

6 groups, winners and 2 best 2nd place made
knock outs.


You remembered an extra goal for barca.

Newcastle are pot 4
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 17 Jun 23 20:53
I'd love group of death for my 165 quids x 2
By:
mesmerised
When: 17 Jun 23 21:00
yeah the 3-3 was Man U Barca I was thinking of, the 3-2 was the Asprilla hat trick
wiki says Newcastle are pot 3 or 4, maybe it's not updated.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 17 Jun 23 22:03
Wiki could be right but I've seen other sites where
we are locked in pot 4 with 3 others. With a few others dependant
on qualifiers

We only have national coefficient so can't see a route
to pot3.
By:
Flemenstar
When: 17 Jun 23 23:32
the only way Newcastle could move up is if 4 or 5 of the teams that come out of the qualifiers are the massive rags.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 15 Aug 23 22:39
Newcastle confirmed as pot 4.

Group of death we are coming for you.
By:
howard
When: 16 Aug 23 11:15
I eat for a month for £55  Grin( no meat or sugar )
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 30 Aug 23 22:11
Pot 4

Young Boys
Real Sociedad
Galatasaray
Celtic
Newcastle United
Union Berlin
Antwerp
Lens

Pot 3

Shakhtar Donetsk
FC Salzburg
AC Milan
Braga
PSV Eindhoven
Lazio
Red Star Belgrade
FC Copenhagen


Pot 2

Real Madrid
Manchester United
Internazionale
Borussia Dortmund
Atletico Madrid
RB Leipzig
FC Porto
Arsenal

Pot 1

Manchester City
Sevilla
Barcelona
Napoli
Bayern Munich
Paris Saint-Germain
Benfica
Feyenoord



Eddie Howes group of death Mags.
By:
1st time poster
When: 31 Aug 23 12:12
batern,real madrid,milan why would that be a group of death might be last time in yrs they wualify,not going to win it,so you want to play the  best/most famous teams you can,
its like these morons on a sat get to see EPL stars once a yr at home and wanting reff t
o send off the star names after 5 mins,
if you,d gone to see george best, charlton,law,moore etc back in the day and the loon sat next to you was shouting at reff to send them off,you,d tell the fooking idiot to STFU
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 31 Aug 23 12:19
I tried to explain that many times 1tp.

Beating barca and juve at sjp were 2 magnificent
nights, although if they were regular occurrences
the magic may be lost.

Saw George best as a kid at sjp, you are correct
there would have been bedlam if ref had sent
him off, I think everybody wanted him to notch
in a 5-1 defeat for him.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 31 Aug 23 12:20
Never got to see Messi at sjp Sad
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 31 Aug 23 12:24
▪️Man City 21/10
▪️Bayern Munich 5/1
▪️Real Madrid 17/2
▪️Arsenal 10/1
▪️Barcelona 12/1
▪️PSG 14/1
▪️Man Utd 16/1
▪️Newcastle 20/1
▪️Napoli 20/1
▪️Inter Milan 25/1
▪️Atletico 25/1
By:
nineteen points
When: 31 Aug 23 12:27
you seen beardsley,not far off on his day.
By:
1st time poster
When: 31 Aug 23 12:48
my dads 90 next week,we were talking about this yesterday said  he went to see boro away at blackpool one day,WILF MANNION had a wordlie and at end of game every player and both sets of supporters give him a standing ovation off the pitch
By:
SirNorbertClarke
When: 31 Aug 23 12:59
The group stages only exist so UEFA can get more dosh for the competition's TV rights. No one, not even Newcastle fans, should get excited by the draw or the matches.

The competition proper starts in the last 16. The excitement in the last 8.
By:
nineteen points
When: 31 Aug 23 13:02
cheers for that,thats me chips soaking
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 31 Aug 23 13:23
£55 is cheap!

How much do you Northern monkeys pay for fish and chips?

Presumably because you lot were genetically bread to keep the Jocks out you don’t have heating bills to pay for so what is your beef with £55?
By:
Tiger Tiger
When: 31 Aug 23 13:30
Idiot.
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 31 Aug 23 13:57
Laugh

Get a sense of humour!

But you know I am rightWink
By:
Bish Bosher
When: 31 Aug 23 14:18
Don't worry about him TT he will be going back to school next week when the holidays finish Devil
By:
Tiger Tiger
When: 31 Aug 23 14:35
Didnt know they let transgenders into school Bish.
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 31 Aug 23 16:12
Christ I have been savaged by 2 sheep

By:
Trackman
When: 31 Aug 23 16:33
Was £47 in the Leazes against the bin dippas on Sunday.
By:
nineteen points
When: 31 Aug 23 16:52
scarves on wrists.nap
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