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Re: Attendance at Wembley : Mon Jun 10, 2024 4:50 pm  
Wouldn't it be great if all these videos/photos were made available in a permanent archive on the clubs website, with a suitable acknowledgement for the contributor. I get the sense that this is a historic moment, the start of a new era of success (might just be wishful thinking, but its a nice feeling) and it would be nice for people to look back on this in 10/20/50 years time...young kids today showing their grandkids in 50 years 'that's me at Wembley with my mum/dad/grandparents when Wakefields success reignited'.
Re: Attendance at Wembley : Mon Jun 10, 2024 6:16 pm  
Pic 1 here is a good start.... :thumb: :thumb:

(Nothing to do with the fact that all of my group are visible on there :wink: :wink: )

https://wakefieldtrinity.com/
Pic 1 here is a good start.... :thumb: :thumb:

(Nothing to do with the fact that all of my group are visible on there :wink: :wink: )

https://wakefieldtrinity.com/
Re: Attendance at Wembley : Mon Jun 10, 2024 7:49 pm  
I thought there was about 15000 Trinity fans there…Luke Gake said afterwards that he thought there were as many Trinity fans as Warrington there….
Re: Attendance at Wembley : Mon Jun 10, 2024 9:13 pm  
asmadasa wrote:
I thought there was about 15000 Trinity fans there…Luke Gake said afterwards that he thought there were as many Trinity fans as Warrington there….

The amount of fans we brought to Wembley has had quite a few people talking and estimating, especially on the RWB Facebook page I was looking at yesterday. Some fans say that we only had 7000 there, but I thought we sold that amount from the Club alone. Just from an eye count and comparison to when we've had over 7000 at Belle Vue recently, IMO there was a lot more than that. I'd say there must have been 10k at least that were obvious Trinity supporters and that was just behind the posts, there were probably another 1000 scattered at the sides etc.

Most importantly, let's hope that some of these who may have just gone for that big occasion, can be turned into regular season ticket holders moving forward. I know some won't and will just watch replays or on TV live if we go back up to SL. Hopefully, though this bit of success and some more at the end of the season can be the start of something that can push our attendance up, to something close to 8k home games. That would be amazing.
Re: Attendance at Wembley : Mon Jun 10, 2024 10:23 pm  
asmadasa wrote:
I thought there was about 15000 Trinity fans there…Luke Gake said afterwards that he thought there were as many Trinity fans as Warrington there….


Don't believe anything that Luke Gake says. He can't even get his own name right. :D
Re: Attendance at Wembley : Tue Jun 11, 2024 2:39 pm  
Dunkirk Spirit wrote:
What about those you missed that went to the loo, a lot of ale was being supped that afternoon :lol:


PopTart wrote:
Better start again

1...2...3...


I used an AI platform which incorporated a predictive algorithm utilising a dataset which was derived from our beer consumption and urine expulsion in 1979. It then factored in for 45 years of human evolution whilst considering the deterioration ofthe typical pint of alcohol available in 2024 as compared to that of Wembley 1979. Then there was the proliferation of toilets in the new Wembley and the speed at which the average Northerner can shimmy down the length of a row of seats whilst trying not to disturb everyone.

OK I guessed
Re: Attendance at Wembley : Tue Jun 11, 2024 8:27 pm  
Dunkirk Spirit wrote:
What about those you missed that went to the loo, a lot of ale was being supped that afternoon :lol:


The best "toilet" story I every heard, was from a work colleague.
He was a Man City fan, and in the last few minutes of the 2012 season he was dying for the loo, and couldn't wait any longer.
Cue Aguero to score one of the most dramatic goals in football's history. And my m8 who's supported Man City for 30 years, misses their greatest moment.
To make matters worse, the bloke next to him hears the noise, goes crazy, grabs my m8, and they p*ss all over each other's legs.
Suffice to say, I couldn't keep a straight face when he told me this on the Monday morning at work.
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