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#21 phildog

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Posted 17 February 2014 - 03:09 PM

With regard to having alcohol in the ground (or more to the point, on the terraces) it's a regular site at The Mount, bottles and cans being held by fans, so where do we stand on this?



#22 sweaty craiq

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Posted 17 February 2014 - 03:57 PM

Unless Man U play there which they have

#23 Leyther_Matt

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Posted 17 February 2014 - 04:27 PM

With regard to having alcohol in the ground (or more to the point, on the terraces) it's a regular site at The Mount, bottles and cans being held by fans, so where do we stand on this?

 

Plastic bottles aren't an issue anywhere but if you've ever seen what is left behind when a mower has gone over a can then it's perfectly understandable that they tend to be banned - hope I'm not speaking out of turn in any way here, but a lot of these regulations tend to something policed by the local Safety Advisory Group, and I would think they would probably prioritise Huddersfield Town games given the much higher potential for disorder at those games. Might be a different story should you get promoted or end up with Wigan etc in the cup one year - it was certainly only with promotion to Super League that Wigan Council started putting a good few draconian measures on Hilton Park.






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