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SALFORD RED DEVILS FANS TO TAKE OVER HULL KR MILLION POUND GAME
 

Star date: 29th September 2016

SALFORD REDS FANS READY FOR THE `BIGGEST GAME IN HISTORY'

This Saturday, Salford Red Devils travel to Hull KR for the crunch Million Pound Game that will decide their Super League status. The Club has put on free travel for fans and, so far, 14 coaches and around 2,000 fans are heading to Humberside. And there's still more room.

"Everyone in Salford who cares about Rugby League should be in Hull on Saturday" writes Simon Williams "Our team needs us...it's the biggest game in our history..."

Full details here...


Salford Red Devils
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Salford RLFC enter the biggest game in our history this Saturday when we travel to Hull KR for the Million Pound Game, after last week's win at Batley.

The Club has kindly put on free travel for all fans going to the game and tickets are priced £15 for season ticket holders and £20 for non-season ticket holders. Up to now, 14 coaches will be leaving Salford with some places still available for late comers.

Everyone in Salford who cares about Rugby League should be in Hull on Saturday. While it is on TV, our team needs us. If we show the passion they will echo it on the pitch. The Club needs us as much as we need them; we can be the extra man. So bring your mates and let's have a party in Hull.

Salford have already sold all the 850 tickets in the North Stand, and the extra 850 they asked for are selling out fast for the South Stand, so the noise from both ends will be awesome. Already, around 2,000 fans are expected to make the journey.

We have our chance to put one over on the RFL here. They don't want us in the Super League. You can tell that by the way they have treated owner Marwan Koukash and the fans. Salford Red Devils should have finished 8th in the League but for the six point deduction, so let's put it right up the RFL and send down Hull KR on their own ground. And then let's have a massive party in Salford!

Last week at Batley was `Mad Hat' Day. This week it's `Wear your colours and make some noise' Day. But most of all, KEEP THE FAITH!

  • For tickets call 0161 786 1574 or visit the AJ Bell Stadium 9am-8:30pm. For further details see the website – click here

Words by Simon Williams


The end wrote
at 2:59:59 AM on Saturday, October 1, 2016
Salford resident- Plenty of people care, just won't set foot in the place until the owner goes. Just because some one has a different opinion from you does not make it wrong. If the players had been as passionate as your email, they would have won all of the qualifiers
 
salford resident wrote
at 1:33:32 AM on Saturday, October 1, 2016
WANKERS WHO GIVE IT LARGE CARE NOTHING , THE BOYS WILL BE THERE WHEN NEEDED
 
The end wrote
at 7:56:19 AM on Friday, September 30, 2016
The owner has to go, how can a team who should have finished 8th be so poor in the qualiers against such poor teams.
 
D hall wrote
at 11:59:43 PM on Thursday, September 29, 2016
Phil, not too sure how to respond to your comment but Will have a go. FUCKOFF.
 
Phil Day wrote
at 12:21:54 PM on Thursday, September 29, 2016
How come your going to takeover when your only bringing 2000, and where have all ytour fans been for the season or is it just cos youve got free buses
 
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