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  1. Patrick Casey
    Created by Patrick Casey
    Oct 21, 2019 at 09:34
    Dear SixCrazyMinutes forum and Liverpool fans,

    My name is Patrick and I'm a university student, currently working on my thesis, where I analyze the cost of football for fans in the Premier League and how it changed in the last 5 years. As part of my research, I'm also collecting food & beverage prices from the current season in the following categories:

    Pint of beer (cheapest category)
    Pint of cider (cheapest category)
    Mineral water (0,5 l)
    Soft drink (0,5 l)
    Tea
    Pie
    Hot food - burger or hot dog
    Crisps (one bag)

    I have contacted the clubs themselves and while I received some answers,...
  2. FoxForceFive
    Created by FoxForceFive
    Oct 20, 2019 at 19:55
    Ok, it seems we've attracted the attention of the authorities, & we've been hit with DMCA Takedown requests.

    As such, I will not be posting links to streams in the match threads. We have got something planned, so don't panic, & you'll be able to share your links with us too, just please do not do so in match threads, we'll explain more once it's set up.

    Cheers.
  3. FoxForceFive
    Created by FoxForceFive
    Oct 20, 2019 at 15:41
  4. StevieM
    Created by StevieM
    Oct 19, 2019 at 23:30
    How do I go about getting tickets for the Wolves game?

    At home over Christmas for the first time in 18 years - and this is the only home game on.

    I’d need 3 tickets.

    Any help & advice greatly appreciated.
  5. FoxForceFive
    Created by FoxForceFive
    Oct 19, 2019 at 16:55
    Liverpool insist their differences with New Balance are irreconcilable as it emerged that Nike have already spent nearly $6 million on material for next season’s kit.

    The European champions found themselves dragged to London’s Commercial Court on Friday for the opening day of a case brought by their current kit supplier. New Balance claim that they have triggered a “matching clause” in the current deal which means they should retain the lucrative contract for another five years come June 1, 2020.

    However, Liverpool are adamant that New Balance have failed to replicate the terms on offer...