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New follower!

By dreamer19 (legacy user)8/5/2014 17:19Thu May 8 17:19:52 2014

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Hey all.

Just wanted to introduce myself as I have just registered on the website.

I come from Leicester and i'm a boyhood Manchester United fan. My Dad would take me to Filbert Street in Leicester and save up for a Leicester City shirt for Christmas but I would be asking him for a Man Utd shirt with Cantona on the back. I still followed my home town Leicester but i'd say over the years i've been 'happy to see them do well' rather than a fan. Obviously i'm still a huge Man Utd fan now but having just recently moved to West London (Ealing), I won't be going to the odd match here and there to Old Trafford like I used to, especially with my work hours fluctuating as much as it does, and I like to watch football outside.

I thought it would be interesting to watch and follow a semi-professional team in a league like The Ryman League, somewhere that is fairly local. How many of you do this - have a professional team but still follow your local?

And why choose Harrow Borough FC instead of Wealdstone FC or a semi-pro club in Hanwell or Ealing? Most probably because I have a lot of family around Pinner, Hatch End and Harrow.

Look forward to watching Harrow Borough FC from the next season.

Hope I don't sound too daft here!

New follower to Harrow Borough FC.

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Re: New follower!

By middx wanderer (legacy user)8/5/2014 21:56Thu May 8 21:56:10 2014In response to New follower!Top of thread

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You will be very welcome. There are at least two Main Utd season ticket holders that also follow Boro. I cannot think of any other Leicester fans , but a couple of ex Leicester players that played for Boro spring to mind Alan Parris & Steve Clarridge.

If you need any info , ask via email harrowboro@gmail.com

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Re: New follower!

By Anonymous (legacy user)8/5/2014 19:14Thu May 8 19:14:34 2014In response to New follower!Top of thread

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Welcome!

We normally wouldn't get on as I'm a Chelsea season ticket holder but also support Boro and have a season ticket at Earlsmead. How much do you know about Harrow Borough? If you have any questions, ask away!

Fellow Boro fan!

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Re: New follower!

By dreamer19 (legacy user)9/5/2014 00:07Fri May 9 00:07:49 2014In response to Re: New follower!Top of thread

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Haha!

Oh well, well what can I say I wanted your boys to grab the title away from City or Liverpool, it's a bit weird wanting City to win it as I couldn't even think of Liverpool doing it!

I don't know much at all but hoping to start attending games from the new season and get to know the club as I go along. I know the stadium is walking distance from Rayners Lane. Quite a lot of my extended family live around the area - mainly Pinner, Ruislip, Hatch End, Rayners Lane all come into mind.

What are the season ticket prices like? I bet the place must have a community feel to it as well.


New follower to Harrow Borough FC.

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Season Tickets 2014/15

By Anonymous (legacy user)9/5/2014 16:08Fri May 9 16:08:06 2014In response to Re: New follower!Top of thread

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2014-15 Season Tickets, Prices Frozen

By Harrow Borough, 21st Apr 2014
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Harrow Borough FC is pleased to announce a price freeze on 2014-15 Season Tickets, representing excellent Value.

A Season Ticket is valid for 23 League matches, plus all home County & League Cup fixtures up to & including the quarter final stage. (NOT valid for FA Cup or FA Trophy Matches)

Prices are:

Adults £160 (£150 if purchased before 1st July)

Senior (over 65)/ students £95 (£90 if purchased before 1st July)

U16's £20 (£18 if purchased before 1st July)

(Accompanied) U12's (free season ticket with Adult or Senior
Season ticket)

For more information contact Alan James or Peter Rogers, alternatively email tickets@harrowboro.com

www.pitchero.com/clubs/harrowborough/news/2014-15-season-tickets-prices-frozen-1205529.html

Very good value if you ask me. if we get 25 games, as an adult it works out at only £6 a game, plus with your extended family, as you can see, you can get a free u12s season ticket with an adult or senior one!

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Re: New follower!

By Cappers (legacy user)9/5/2014 06:24Fri May 9 06:24:24 2014In response to Re: New follower!Top of thread

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Well I dislike Man Utd but you can be forgiven for that.

I'm Harrow Borough and Watford.

I'm glad you've chosen the Boro over other local teams. You won't regret it!

I don't go to games though as I'm out the country.

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