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Chelsea v Burnley (Carling Cup 4th Round Tickets) £20.00

£20.00 @ Chelsea FC
£20 adult £10 junior 11/12 November Read More
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#1
£20 per adult still too expensive... even the opera is cheaper than this?!?!?!? ;-)
#2
a liverpool fan promoting chelsea tickets hmmmmm
#3
mark halsall
a liverpool fan promoting chelsea tickets hmmmmm


i think hes probably more of a burnley fan after all its usually burnley who dump them out of the cup
#4
michael mcnally
i think hes probably more of a burnley fan after all its usually burnley who dump them out of the cup


Once, then we won it the next season :thumbsup:
#5
musicals
£20 per adult still too expensive... even the opera is cheaper than this?!?!?!? ;-)


but chelsea will play their full strength squad more than likely..... whereas arsenal tickets u will see their reserves.
#6
Ashamuk
but chelsea will play their full strength squad more than likely..... whereas arsenal tickets u will see their reserves.


Yeah and Chelsea will be dull as dull can be whilst Arsenal reserves will entertain.
#7
I didn't mention Arsenal! But I'd prefer the enthusiasm of talented youth rather than a bunch of millionaires who really aren't interested in progressing in that particular competition anyway.
#8
pehaw
Yeah and Chelsea will be dull as dull can be whilst Arsenal reserves will entertain.


musicals
I didn't mention Arsenal! But I'd prefer the enthusiasm of talented youth rather than a bunch of millionaires who really aren't interested in progressing in that particular competition anyway.


agreed, but premier league tickets for the big 4 are virtually impossible to get hold of so the chance for some ppl to see international superstars for £20 might interest some...?
#9
I wouldn't go as far as calling the Burnley first eleven "international superstars"...


(sorry)
#10
musicals
I wouldn't go as far as calling the Burnley first eleven "international superstars"...


(sorry)


and chelsea's?
#11
[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]is it at chelsea or burnley??
btw, where is burnley??[/COLOR]
#12
JO-JO
[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]is it at chelsea or burnley??
btw, where is burnley??[/COLOR]


It's at Burnley, which is in the South of France
:whistling:
#13
musicals
I didn't mention Arsenal! But I'd prefer the enthusiasm of talented youth rather than a bunch of millionaires who really aren't interested in progressing in that particular competition anyway.


not really interested in progressing

2005 WINNERS

2007 WINNERS

2008 RUNNERS UP
#14
bluecfc
not really interested in progressing

2005 WINNERS

2007 WINNERS

2008 RUNNERS UP



So why are the ticket prices reduced? And why do Arsenal play a youth team? Maybe Chelsea won because they have a side subsided by a Russian billionaire. That doesn't mean they gave a monkey's whether they progressed or not.

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