I tried to, during half time, when we played Inter last August, but I gave up because the queues were too big, so I just sat down in my seat and waited for the second half to begin.reddwarf said:Just don't spoil your day out by eating any of the food inside the stadium
It's not worth queueing for a cold hot dog or a dry cheese and onion pie.GeordieMancunian said:
I tried to, during half time, when we played Inter last August, but I gave up because the queues were too big, so I just sat down in my seat and waited for the second half to begin.
For the biggest club in the world, they don't have the biggest fast food joints inside the stadium, do they?
Or a United-Sunderland match.........!!!cathred said:If you really wanna experience something special try and go to a liverpool, arsenal, chealsea or city game the atmosphere is amazing because of the rivalry between the clubs. OT has to be one of my fav places to be just dont drink to much its a killer gettin to the loo ha ha for women anyway.
u were at that game too.i was there.It was my first visit to England and to Ot.Its like a life-long dream and when i entered,i was elatedGeordieMancunian said:I went to see a game last August for the first time to watch United play Inter in a friendly, it was the just after they came back from the Asia tour and the first time they wore the new kit at Old Trafford, I'd already been there previously (March 2007, September & October 2006) and I've taken the tour but the matches are something you never forget.
Everytime I come to Manchester and Old trafford it's like an addiction, you don't want to leave and you always want to go back again and again. I love it.
The passion I have for United grows all the time and the passion and emotion you get when you're in the stadium is unexplainable.
Mate, really? I have never been to OT but this is what I read today:Keano4taoiseach said:Mate if you've been to Croke Park, OT is even better..........
When you walk out of the tunnel to your seat, the pitch seems half the size as when you do the same in Croke Park.......
The atmosphere is unbelievable and the chants are a buz to sing,
*note, learn the chants before going, a big help...!!!*
Anyway It's just fantastic, I love it and would go to every match if I could.........
And the food isn't too bad, I ate about three hot dogs when I was there, but you can bring your own food and drink aswell............
SALFORD RED said:and once had some idiot telling me to shut up as his son was trying to listen to his iPod.
Add to that people arriving 10 minutes into the game, leaving their seats 10 minutes before half time, returning 10 minutes into the second half and leaving 10-15 minutes before the whistle. Why they bother going at all i dont know !!