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    I was on the web and saw flights on Aer Lingus to London that weekend out Fri PM back Sun night are available cheap enough, is it worth booking?? as you can get to Cardiff or stay in London depending where the match is on.[img]smileys/idea.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by corkrugbyman
    I was on the web and saw flights on Aer Lingus to London that weekend out Fri PM back Sun night are available cheap enough, is it worth booking?? as you can get to Cardiff or stay in London depending where the match is on.[img]smileys/idea.gif[/img]




    Surely you know if we book we'll have the friday night game or sunday afternoon in the Mill Stad.


    If we geta home qf there will bea lot of pressure on the bigots to open the white elephant on the Ennis Road too.

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      Originally posted by popularside



      Surely you know if we book we'll have the friday night game or sunday afternoon in the Mill Stad.


      If we geta home qf there will bea lot of pressure on the bigots to open the white elephant on the Ennis Road too.
      With that kind of pressure, how could they possibly refuse..[img]smileys/rolleyes.gif[/img]
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        if munster and/or leinster get 'home' quarter-finals it appears that the respective branches will force thousands of supporters to spend millions to compensate for the pathetic state of irfu infrastructure in ireland. the excuse that will be peddled out is that they, the branches, want as many supporters as possible to see their teams in the quarter-finals so it is more out of their concern for supporters than anything else that they are shifting these games abroad. with such concern for the supporters, would the respective branches not therefore organise highly discounted charter flights to all supporters that buy tickets through them for the qf's? maybe they could use the profits they will make from moving to a larger stadium abroad to pay for the discounted flights?

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          #5


          Originally posted by socks
          if munster and/or leinster get 'home' quarter-finals it appears that the respective branches will force thousands of supporters to spend millions to compensate for the pathetic state of irfu infrastructure in ireland. the excuse that will be peddled out is that they, the branches, want as many supporters as possible to see their teams in the quarter-finals so it is more out of their concern for supporters than anything else that they are shifting these games abroad. with such concern for the supporters, would the respective branches not therefore organise highly discounted charter flights to all supporters that buy tickets through them for the qf's? maybe they could use the profits they will make from moving to a larger stadium abroad to pay for the discounted flights?

          Your post is far to rational fro the MB!
          Is it only a game?
          And its Thomond Park NOT Thomond

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            #6
            Munster will play their Home qf (if they get one) in Musgrave at €60 a ticket

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              Originally posted by who?
              Originally posted by popularside


              Surely you know if we book we'll have the friday night game or sunday afternoon in the Mill Stad.


              If we geta home qf there will bea lot of pressure on the bigots to open the white elephant on the Ennis Road too.

              With that kind of pressure, how could they possibly refuse..[img]smileys/rolleyes.gif[/img]

              who are you saying there isn't enough being done to put pressure on the GAA?


              As we get closer to the time, it does really feel farsical to have to go abroad for a "home" QF.


              In Fairness Munster could fill Croke Park for a QF, Couldnt we??

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                #8
                Well first lets worry about winning next Saturday. That is not a given, if we don't win all this talk about home QF will be out the window.
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                  We should really have a crasy rumour thread. There is so many flying around today it might be helpful to keep them on one thread. I've booked my accomadation for the QF in Ravenhill and flights to london just in case.


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                    #10


                    Originally posted by McCloud
                    Well first lets worry about winning next Saturday. That is not a given, if we don't win all this talk about home QF will be out the window.

                    Amen brudder.

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                      Originally posted by RobbieG
                      Munster will play their Home qf (if they get one) in Musgrave at €60 a ticket

                      Arethere not rules about minimum capacities for quarter finals that'd make this impossible?

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Cling Cling


                        Originally posted by RobbieG
                        Munster will play their Home qf (if they get one) in Musgrave at €60 a ticket

                        Arethere not rules about minimum capacities for quarter finals that'd make this impossible?

                        You are right. There are no such rules.


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                              Originally posted by socks
                              if munster and/or leinster get 'home' quarter-finals it appears that the respective branches will force thousands of supporters to spend millions to compensate for the pathetic state of irfu infrastructure in ireland. the excuse that will be peddled out is that they, the branches, want as many supporters as possible to see their teams in the quarter-finals so it is more out of their concern for supporters than anything else that they are shifting these games abroad. with such concern for the supporters, would the respective branches not therefore organise highly discounted charter flights to all supporters that buy tickets through them for the qf's? maybe they could use the profits they will make from moving to a larger stadium abroad to pay for the discounted flights?

                              You need to be a IATA Bonded travel agent agent to book charter flights, so thats not an option and the ERC rules require 25% for visiting supporters, add it up and we would be over capacity above the regular home grounds. The way to ensure decent stadia in the future is to build them, so it's not the branch that is forcing it away. Nobody is forcing anyone to travel if you dont want to go.


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