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  1. How was the game stopped there when it was clearly not a head injury?!!!
  2. There were 227 incidents involving goals, red card offences and actual and potential penalty decisions. 6 decisions were changed by VAR. Of the 227 incidents, four were decisions failed to be overturned by the Video Assistant Referee. That's 4 incorrect decisions, and 223 correct decisions. That is a 98% success rate. Of the four incorrect decisions, 50% would likely not have impacted the result of the game (Man City and West Ham won the games they should have been given a penalty in), whilst arguably we may not have won with 10 men against Bournemouth (Tielemans wouldn't have scored) and Newcastle should not have been level with Watford. Without VAR's correct intervention (by the rules of the game), Wolves would have gained 3 points incorrectly (costing Leicester 2 points), Man City would have gained 3 points incorrectly (costing Spurs 2 points), and we couldn't really assess whether Brighton would have gone on to score again, but the outcome would have likely been affected. We are trying to hard to put down something which has helped accuracy, and, has only really stopped play in two of our four matches so far (it was largely anonymous against Chelsea and Sheffield United, as it should be), resulting in a goal against us correctly ruled out, and our player incorrectly staying on the pitch, but if he had of gone, we would have had no complaint. Let it settle down, and it will improve the game. Largely it won't even be noticeable that it's there.
  3. Well exactly, £15 a ticket and we hand them our entire share then they take £150k minimum, which is more than the £112.5k split they'd have got, both sets of fans appeased and a full ground for an exiting game.
  4. Each team gets a 45% split of gate receipts. KR has a capacity of just over 10,000. Let's say a sellout at £25 a ticket (corporate will obviously be more but for ease of argument will take £25 as set price) will get each club a share of £112.5k. I would have thought that the club could have negotiated a lower price (either £15/£20) and handed over a bigger proportion of their share to Luton.
  5. 19/20 Season Chelsea - SOLD OUT (Members - no general sale) *moved to a Sunday 4pm Sheffield United - SOLD OUT (310+ STH) Newcastle United (League Cup) - General Sale - did NOT sell out *Wednesday night Manchester United - SOLD OUT (All STH) Luton Town - SOLD OUT (340+ STH) Liverpool - SOLD OUT (305+ STH) Southampton - *moved to a Friday night Palace - Brighton - Villa - Manchester City - West Ham - Newcastle - Burnley - Wolves - Norwich - Watford - Everton - Arsenal - Bournemouth - Tottenham - *1st visit to new ground
  6. This will be sold out within 10 mins, only 14 tickets left.
  7. 438 left. Should make tomorrow. Doubt it will go much further.
  8. Correct - if Maddison had come on instead of mount he'd have said the same thing about Mount.
  9. For someone so ill informed this is a worry!
  10. This is unlikely to make it past 360+, it certainly won't make it past 340+.
  11. A cynical man might suggest these may also be held back for ticket office staff... I would hope these are held back for the priority scheme.
  12. 20190924 - Luton Town.pdf Leicester City will face Luton Town in the third round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday 24 September (7:45pm kick-off), with tickets to go on sale to supporters on the Away Priority Scheme on Sunday 8 September. More on this story... City To Head To Luton In Carabao Cup Third Round - Leicester City will travel to Luton Town on Tuesday 24 September (7:45pm kick-off) - The Foxes defeated Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup second round - Tickets will go on sale to supporters on the Away Priority Scheme on Sunday 8 September After beating Newcastle United on penalties at St James’ Park in the second round of the Carabao Cup, the Foxes will head to Kenilworth Road for a clash against Graeme Jones’ men, who currently sit in 15th place in the Championship after earning promotion from League 1 last term. The game in Bedfordshire will fall between Premier League fixtures at home to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday 21 September (12:30pm BST kick-off) and Newcastle United on Sunday 29 September (4:30pm BST kick-off). City have won the competition on three occasions, most recently lifting the trophy in 2000, while the team have reached the quarter-finals in each of the last two seasons. The Club have been handed a full allocation of 1,500 tickets for the game, including four wheelchair spaces, which go on sale to supporters on the Away Priority Scheme on Sunday 8 September. Unless stated otherwise below, tickets will be available online from 8am BST, from 9am BST by phone and from 10am BST in-store. Those unable to attend the third round tie will be able to listen to it for free on LCFC Radio, with each matchday offering starting three hours before kick-off. Ticket prices Agebands Prices Disability pricing* Adult £25 £19 Seniors 75+ £16 £16 Seniors 65+ £19 £16 Under-22s £19 £16 Under-19s £16 £16 Under-17s £9 £9 Under-10s £6 £6 *Supporters with a disability are priced as above plus a FREE personal assistant. Selling arrangements Date/time On sale to Sunday 8 September Away Priority Scheme (APS) online only* Monday 9 September Season Ticket Holders with 395+ points Tuesday 10 September Season Ticket Holders with 380+ points Wednesday 11 September Season Ticket Holders with 360+ points Thursday 12 September Season Ticket Holders with 340+ points Friday 13 September Season Ticket Holders with 320+ points Monday 16 September Season Ticket Holders with 315+ points Available online at LCFC.com from 8am, by phone from 9am and in-store from 10am Fox Travel Fox Travel is priced at £18 per person. Coaches depart at 3pm. *Please note anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by someone over the age of 18. Members Application Ballot (Two per cent of total allocation equals 30 tickets). Date Times Wednesday 4 September Open from 9am Friday 6 September Closes at 12pm Those successful will be notified ahead of the Sales Window of which will be: Opens at 8am (online), 9am (by phone) and 10am (in-store) on Monday 9 September. Closes at 6pm on Tuesday 10 September. Important information Please note that this will be unreserved seating. Wheelchair spaces are allocated in the home end and are also unreserved. Additional information Supporters purchasing tickets for this fixture in the Foxes Fanstore at King Power Stadium MUST bring their Season Ticket card with them and any Season Ticket cards of the supporters they are looking to purchase tickets for. They will also need to confirm the full name, date of birth and full address of all supporters they are buying tickets for. Supporters purchasing tickets over the phone MUST be able to provide the full name, full address details, date of birth and any contact details, i.e. phone number or email address, of those whom they are looking to purchase tickets for. Please note that supporters who fail to bring the relevant Season Ticket cards and fail to confirm all personal details for everyone who they wish to purchase for will not be sold tickets under any circumstances. Supporters are also reminded that all tickets are non-transferable and must remain in the possession of the Season Ticket Holder. Moreover, the Club wishes to remind supporters that the reselling of tickets for Leicester City matches is strictly forbidden.
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