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    Scarlet fans face an anxious wait while the Stradey Park brains trust decide where to play the Heineken Cup quarter-final against current kings of Europe, Munster.



    With the Scarlets earning a lucrative home tie against one of the best supported teams in Europe, Scarlets Chief Executive Stuart Gallacher admits he and his board are between a rock and a hard place.



    With Stradey Park creaking at the seams, many fans have been wondering if the Scarlets will move the showdown along the M4 to the Liberty Stadium. And with Munster likely to bring an army of fans across the Irish Sea, a sell-out at the Ospreys home would be a timely boost to the Scarlets coffers.



    “No doubt we will be damned if do and damned if we don’t,” said a beaming Gallacher immediately after the Scarlets made it six pool games out of six with a hard fought win over London Irish.



    “There are a number of things to weigh up. We will have a word with Phil (Davies) and see what is best. The board will meet tomorrow and we’ll make an announcement in the evening.”

    #2
    Originally posted by CardiffMatt
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    Scarlet fans face an anxious wait while the Stradey Park brains trust decide where to play the Heineken Cup quarter-final against current kings of Europe, Munster.



    With the Scarlets earning a lucrative home tie against one of the best supported teams in Europe, Scarlets Chief Executive Stuart Gallacher admits he and his board are between a rock and a hard place.



    With Stradey Park creaking at the seams, many fans have been wondering if the Scarlets will move the showdown along the M4 to the Liberty Stadium. And with Munster likely to bring an army of fans across the Irish Sea, a sell-out at the Ospreys home would be a timely boost to the Scarlets coffers.



    “No doubt we will be damned if do and damned if we don’t,” said a beaming Gallacher immediately after the Scarlets made it six pool games out of six with a hard fought win over London Irish.



    “There are a number of things to weigh up. We will have a word with Phil (Davies) and see what is best. The board will meet tomorrow and we’ll make an announcement in the evening.”





    Hmm, the ground was obviously "creaking at the seams" due the masses of invisible people crammed into the terracing, judging from the footage on telly. Sunny afternoon, Heinken, anglo-Welsh clash featuring one of the form sides in the competition playing a great brand of rugby and a full crowd couldn't even be arsed to show up? Any particular reason for that?<!-
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      #3
      Good to see its being considered. Either way we get 25% of the tickets.

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        #4

        Originally posted by wildRover
        Good to see its being considered. Either way we get 25% of the tickets.
        Plus those got from our Welsh relatives[img]smileys/biggrin.gif[/img]
        Munster to Win the HCUP in 2012!

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          #5

          Originally posted by Timster
          Originally posted by CardiffMatt
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          Scarlet fans face an anxious wait while the Stradey Park brains trust decide where to play the Heineken Cup quarter-final against current kings of Europe, Munster.



          With the Scarlets earning a lucrative home tie against one of the best supported teams in Europe, Scarlets Chief Executive Stuart Gallacher admits he and his board are between a rock and a hard place.



          With Stradey Park creaking at the seams, many fans have been wondering if the Scarlets will move the showdown along the M4 to the Liberty Stadium. And with Munster likely to bring an army of fans across the Irish Sea, a sell-out at the Ospreys home would be a timely boost to the Scarlets coffers.



          “No doubt we will be damned if do and damned if we don’t,” said a beaming Gallacher immediately after the Scarlets made it six pool games out of six with a hard fought win over London Irish.



          “There are a number of things to weigh up. We will have a word with Phil (Davies) and see what is best. The board will meet tomorrow and we’ll make an announcement in the evening.”





          Hmm, the ground was obviously "creaking at the seams" due the masses of invisible people crammed into the terracing, judging from the footage on telly. Sunny afternoon, Heinken, anglo-Welsh clash featuring one of the form sides in the competition playing a great brand of rugby and a full crowd couldn't even be arsed to show up? Any particular reason for that?<!-
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          Rugby related post sensors on overload.
          The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

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            #6


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            Ah, I see . . hadn't realised the Gwlad golf outing was on at the same time . .

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              #7
              On reflection i would say that the Scarlets will opt for Stradey and there wont be a ticket available over our 25% allocation which I think comes to 2,700 tickets.Thats whats known as good commercial sense. The last time i was there it was half empty and because it is miles out the road in the middle of nowhere you will not be able to get a pint if you are driving there so maybe we should stay at home for this one[img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]

              We could also go over en masse without tickets and create a bit of a stir for them outside Stradey Park singing SUAF and the FOA.
              Munster to Win the HCUP in 2012!

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                #8
                Originally posted by CardiffMatt
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                Scarlet fans face an anxious wait while the Stradey Park brains trust decide where to play the Heineken Cup quarter-final against current kings of Europe, Munster.



                With the Scarlets earning a lucrative home tie against one of the best supported teams in Europe, Scarlets Chief Executive Stuart Gallacher admits he and his board are between a rock and a hard place.



                With Stradey Park creaking at the seams, many fans have been wondering if the Scarlets will move the showdown along the M4 to the Liberty Stadium. And with Munster likely to bring an army of fans across the Irish Sea, a sell-out at the Ospreys home would be a timely boost to the Scarlets coffers.



                “No doubt we will be damned if do and damned if we don’t,” said a beaming Gallacher immediately after the Scarlets made it six pool games out of six with a hard fought win over London Irish.



                “There are a number of things to weigh up. We will have a word with Phil (Davies) and see what is best. The board will meet tomorrow and we’ll make an announcement in the evening.”


                Id suspect that Phil Davies will opt for Stradey. When will we know? and we also need the date!!!


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                  #9
                  They desperately need the money by all accounts..

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                    #10


                    Originally posted by Dermot G
                    They desperately need the money by all accounts..

                    That was my understanding DG - But not the case according to CardiffMatt


                    http://www.munsterfans.com/forum/for...sp?TID=2083&am p;PN=1


                    \'For he that hath no stomach for this fight, let him depart\'.
                    Henry V - Battle of Agincourt 1415

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                      #11


                      The most important thing is the date though, cant do much about tickets now.
                      - ONE LIFE -

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                        #12
                        Radio reports say we are going to Swansea

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                          #13
                          Looks like I might have been talking sence the other nite, despite the amount of alcohol consumed.

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                            #14
                            Easterby has said he wants the game to stay at Stradey...

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Bitter As A Lemon
                              Looks like I might have been talking sence the
                              other nite, despite the amount of alcohol consumed.


                              Nah you were talking gibberish, and it's even affected your spelling [img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]

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