Visiting England Camp

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Are you up for a visit to the England camp, to watch the players train and maybe get some autographs?

 
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Visiting England Camp

Postby berni23 » 22 May 2006 11:57

Please vote and post here if you are interested.
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18th!

Postby lukebuckingham » 22 May 2006 12:45

Hi Bernie,

I know all our group would be best suited to do the trip on the 18th. Logically the 18th might be the best training session to watch? I'd think before a game (9th) they wont do much apart from set pieces and a few other bits? And the day after a game (11th), they might only do a light recovery session? Just a thought!

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Postby berni23 » 22 May 2006 13:05

Yeah, i think so, too, but these are the only dates possible.

Tell your buddies to submit their vote so we get a picture if there is enough interest.
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Postby lukebuckingham » 22 May 2006 13:10

Ok sounds good,

Although, as a couple of the guys coming on the trip are my housemates, we obviously use the same I.P address so I don't want to be accussed of drumming up false interest!!! [smilie=cheeky-smiley-031.gif].
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Postby berni23 » 22 May 2006 13:15

No problem, you can even register for them if they are too lazy.
As long it´s not more than there are in your group that´s fine.
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Postby millsy3brfc » 22 May 2006 14:07

Definatley be interested in going to watch the squad train and I think a lot of other people will be too. As Luke said, the 18th would probably involve more drills so everyone who goes to watch will see more of the players in action than perhpas the sessions on the 9th/11th.

I think this is a great idea especially for those that havent managed to get tickets to see England play, at least this way you'll be getting the next best thing.

Hopefully there will be enough interest for this to happen on the 18th.
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Postby sjblakeway » 22 May 2006 15:22

Yes Berni,

There are 5 of us and I know we were considering making a few trips to watch the boys train! Any time we will be interested! [smilie=fotty.gif]
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Postby Cashback » 22 May 2006 19:01

There's 5 in our group too Berni, and we'd all be bang up for going on the 18th.....
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Postby berni23 » 22 May 2006 19:07

You all need your buddies to vote so we know if there is enough interest.
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Postby moggym » 22 May 2006 19:11

The missus says the 18th so I have to go along with her else I'll be in trouble again!
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