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Away team boats to The Valley

seem to be becoming a regular thing. Birmingham last game, Leeds on Saturday.

where do they dock? Is it Greenwich or do they get a closer mooring? 

Seen the Leeds one doesn’t dock till 2.30 apparently. They’ll be 200 of them that won’t be making KO if that’s the case. 
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  • If  I had torpedoes!
  • seem to be becoming a regular thing. Birmingham last game, Leeds on Saturday.

    where do they dock? Is it Greenwich or do they get a closer mooring? 

    Seen the Leeds one doesn’t dock till 2.30 apparently. They’ll be 200 of them that won’t be making KO if that’s the case. 
    Woolwich?
  • seem to be becoming a regular thing. Birmingham last game, Leeds on Saturday.

    where do they dock? Is it Greenwich or do they get a closer mooring? 

    Seen the Leeds one doesn’t dock till 2.30 apparently. They’ll be 200 of them that won’t be making KO if that’s the case. 
    That's seems a bit late to arrive on time (North Greenwich is probably the nearest)

    Us going from Greenwich all the way to Fulham makes sense, but seems a bit odd to me to come 100 to 200 miles down by train or road, and then take a boat for the final bit of the journey. I suppose the equivalent is if we were playing at Old Trafford and did the final part of the journey along the ship canal!
  • iainment said:
    seem to be becoming a regular thing. Birmingham last game, Leeds on Saturday.

    where do they dock? Is it Greenwich or do they get a closer mooring? 

    Seen the Leeds one doesn’t dock till 2.30 apparently. They’ll be 200 of them that won’t be making KO if that’s the case. 
    Woolwich?
    I reckon they can get closer than that
  • edited September 2019
    seem to be becoming a regular thing. Birmingham last game, Leeds on Saturday.

    where do they dock? Is it Greenwich or do they get a closer mooring? 

    Seen the Leeds one doesn’t dock till 2.30 apparently. They’ll be 200 of them that won’t be making KO if that’s the case. 
    you looking to ambush them en route ?
  • This going to be the Leeds one unless they come down via. the North Sea?


  • They've left their moorings in Hull tonight.
  • iainment said:
    seem to be becoming a regular thing. Birmingham last game, Leeds on Saturday.

    where do they dock? Is it Greenwich or do they get a closer mooring? 

    Seen the Leeds one doesn’t dock till 2.30 apparently. They’ll be 200 of them that won’t be making KO if that’s the case. 
    Woolwich?
    I reckon they can get closer than that
    Probably Royal Arsenal cant think of anywhere closer with a pier
  • Seems a good idea for some clubs. Fulham, in particular seem ideally placed. Gillingham, Southend and even Ipswich would be good journeys if they were in the same division. Birmingham though, that's 137 miles on the Grand Union, one hell of a trip. 
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  • seem to be becoming a regular thing. Birmingham last game, Leeds on Saturday.

    where do they dock? Is it Greenwich or do they get a closer mooring? 

    Seen the Leeds one doesn’t dock till 2.30 apparently. They’ll be 200 of them that won’t be making KO if that’s the case. 
    you looking to ambush them en route ?
    Not at 2.30, I like to see the warm up. 

    10 mins earlier I would have been all over it...
  • Brum boat docked at Woolwich. 
  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
    No, they’re private piers.
  • This’ll do
  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
    No, they’re private piers.
    Not inconceivable that a private boat charter would pay to moor at the private pier closest to the valley so that they can arrive at 14.30 and still make it to the game....

    Right?
  • edited September 2019
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  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
    No, they’re private piers.
    Not inconceivable that a private boat charter would pay to moor at the private pier closest to the valley so that they can arrive at 14.30 and still make it to the game....

    Right?
    Not quite so simple Siv,
    The pier nearest is derelict. The next one is a working pier. Even to walk on it requires PPI. Health & Safety on the river and piers/ jetties is very tight. 
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  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
    No, they’re private piers.
    Not inconceivable that a private boat charter would pay to moor at the private pier closest to the valley so that they can arrive at 14.30 and still make it to the game....

    Right?
    Not quite so simple Siv,
    The pier nearest is derelict. The next one is a working pier. Even to walk on it requires PPI. Health & Safety on the river and piers/ jetties is very tight. 
    The deadline's passed so they've got no chance.
  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
    No, they’re private piers.
    Not inconceivable that a private boat charter would pay to moor at the private pier closest to the valley so that they can arrive at 14.30 and still make it to the game....

    Right?
    Not quite so simple Siv,
    The pier nearest is derelict. The next one is a working pier. Even to walk on it requires PPI. Health & Safety on the river and piers/ jetties is very tight. 
    Aha... Good insight.... 

    What's PPI, though? Is it impossible that they have done the required paperwork to use it?


  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
    No, they’re private piers.
    Not inconceivable that a private boat charter would pay to moor at the private pier closest to the valley so that they can arrive at 14.30 and still make it to the game....

    Right?
    Not quite so simple Siv,
    The pier nearest is derelict. The next one is a working pier. Even to walk on it requires PPI. Health & Safety on the river and piers/ jetties is very tight. 
    Aha... Good insight.... 

    What's PPI, though? Is it impossible that they have done the required paperwork to use it?



    I think he may have meant PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Then again, he may have meant PP-Aye.
  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
    No, they’re private piers.
    Not inconceivable that a private boat charter would pay to moor at the private pier closest to the valley so that they can arrive at 14.30 and still make it to the game....

    Right?
    Not quite so simple Siv,
    The pier nearest is derelict. The next one is a working pier. Even to walk on it requires PPI. Health & Safety on the river and piers/ jetties is very tight. 
    Aha... Good insight.... 

    What's PPI, though? Is it impossible that they have done the required paperwork to use it?



    I think he may have meant PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Then again, he may have meant PP-Aye.
    Aye, aye skipper. PPE.
  • iainment said:
    If  I had torpedoes!

    Just put Uncle Albert as captain.
  • Google maps shows a pier/jetty west of the Thames barrier, and a couple more just east of it. Could they come ashore by the Anchor and Hope?
    No, they’re private piers.
    Not inconceivable that a private boat charter would pay to moor at the private pier closest to the valley so that they can arrive at 14.30 and still make it to the game....

    Right?
    Not quite so simple Siv,
    The pier nearest is derelict. The next one is a working pier. Even to walk on it requires PPI. Health & Safety on the river and piers/ jetties is very tight. 
    The deadline's passed so they've got no chance.

    Plus which they'll have to clear customs?
  • Addickted said:

    Kin ell , proper proper away support , they’re massive 

    that’s the morning jostle sorted , thanks addickted 
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