NAS MLS Cup '96

NAS MLS Cup '96

Post by Buz.. » Fri, 18 Oct 1996 04:00:00


Subj:  Almost Sold-Out
Date:  96-10-17 11:24:10 edt
From:  SMMU091193      

I called the New-England revolution office as well as Ticket-MAster in the
area. Ticketmaster is offically sold-out since Monday. All $50.00 and $35.00
dollar seats are gone, and the 25.00 and 15.00 dollar seats are going fast,
and I mean really fast. The office said it's been over a couple thousand a
day this week. It looks great from the ticket point of view.

                                                                      Chicago
Steve
                                              SEE YOU ALL IN BOSTON, I GOT MY
TICKETS!!!!!!

 
 
 

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Post by Subcomandante Manue » Fri, 18 Oct 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
> I called the New-England revolution office as well as Ticket-MAster in the
> area. Ticketmaster is offically sold-out since Monday. All $50.00 and $35.00
> dollar seats are gone, and the 25.00 and 15.00 dollar seats are going fast,
> and I mean really fast. The office said it's been over a couple thousand a
> day this week. It looks great from the ticket point of view.

According to USA today, 35,000+ tickets have been sold for Sunday's game.
Not bad, but I do wish the game is sold out.

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Post by Joe Ya » Sat, 19 Oct 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>Subj:  Almost Sold-Out
>Date:  96-10-17 11:24:10 edt
>From:  SMMU091193      

>I called the New-England revolution office as well as Ticket-MAster in the
>area. Ticketmaster is offically sold-out since Monday. All $50.00 and $35.00

        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

This can't be right. I got my ticket from them on Tuesday morning.
BTW, can someone tell me what is the best way to get to Foxboro
Stadium from Worcester area in Boston. Thanks.

Quote:
>dollar seats are gone, and the 25.00 and 15.00 dollar seats are going fast,
>and I mean really fast. The office said it's been over a couple thousand a
>day this week. It looks great from the ticket point of view.

>                                                                      Chicago
>Steve
>                                              SEE YOU ALL IN BOSTON, I GOT MY
>TICKETS!!!!!!


 
 
 

NAS MLS Cup '96

Post by Sandy Canett » Wed, 23 Oct 1996 04:00:00

I know everyone is euphoric about Sunday's game, but lets not lose our heads
here. While it was probably the most exciting game of the year (Metrostars
coming back to defeat TB in their first meeting not withstanding) it was not
the most artisitc game around. The fact is, while it was a memorable and
historical moment, a lot of fun and a super atmosphere, it was NOT a great
game. Passes died halfway to their mark. Bounces that should've didn't.
Instead of cleats, the players would have been better off with flippers. All
in all, it resembled a bunch of kids playing in the rain. No game in
England, the country that invented rain, would have been played under such
conditions. Only the almighty buck and television forced it to go on.
There will be no picture that better represents the day than the one of
Hurtado sliding after the first goal. Did I hear someone yell "Cowabunga
dude!"? :-)

But like I said, for pure e***ment, it beats even the Tampa Bay -
Metrostars match, if no other reason than it was a more important game. I
can't believe I found myself rooting for DC (ya catch that, Matt?)

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Post by Matt Matha » Wed, 23 Oct 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

> But like I said, for pure e***ment, it beats even the Tampa Bay -
> Metrostars match, if no other reason than it was a more important game. I
> can't believe I found myself rooting for DC (ya catch that, Matt?)

Caught it? Whattaya, nuts?  Of course I caught it!  Saved it, too.  I'll use
it next year, when you say something particularly egregious about my team.
Be prepared to hear something like "Sure, Sandy, say what you want now, but
I know you root for us deep down..."  ;-)

Cheers,
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Post by Buz.. » Wed, 23 Oct 1996 04:00:00


writes:

<<  All in all, it resembled a bunch of kids playing in the rain. No game in
 England, the country that invented rain, would have been played under such
 conditions. Only the almighty buck and television forced it to go on. >>

I must disagree. I've seen games in Europe played in sloppier conditions as
well as in the snow. Unless the game is completely underwater prior to
kick-off will it be post-poned. I would have loved to see them play under
better conditions but that's the way it goes.

Buzahn