Are you going Colin ?, if so can you sign me in the supporters club after the match. My hotel is by kings cross and I need to take my time going back with Everton, Leeds and Man U. all in London.Well done Everton, a great comeback! See you next season, and of course this Sunday
Jon, yes I am going with my grandson. I will happily sign you in the supporters club afterwards, it is on the corner of St Thomas's Road, come out of Arsenal Tube and turn left, then about 400 yds on your left. It is very small, and as you can imagine gets very busy, no seating either, but the weather looks good so we can always stand outside, if you would prefer. I'll pm you my phone number.Are you going Colin ?, if so can you sign me in the supporters club after the match. My hotel is by kings cross and I need to take my time going back with Everton, Leeds and Man U. all in London.
Seriously , I’m hoping to go for a pint in The Woodbine, I had one mate that lived on Highbury hill and another on the far corner of Gillespie road, we went in the Woodbine before Springsteen at The Emirates.
Well done Everton happy that you have survived . Sorry that you chose to invade the pitch both at the end and during the game . This is just going to be another stick to beat fans with . No doubt while wringing their hands that wonderful upstanding organisation the FA will find ways to make us all pay .
If nothing else, that stadium deserves a higher level of football. I think Sunderland have done something to offend the football gods though, and your time in the relative wilderness might go on a bit longer.Aye well not PL but I’m having a weekend in London for the League 1 playoff final. Great night last night, hoping the hangover will be less severe by lunchtime but well up for having another one tomorrow after celebrating a great win for Sunderland