Anybody know what happened to the Special Train going down to Wembley yesterday. They announced over the loud speaker in the stadium that there had been problems but the return journey would leave as scheduled?
Started: 28th Aug 2011 at 12:57
dave it was awful travelled on the virgin train to crewe standing the toilet with 6 others then virgin to euston then standining to wembley coming back the rail people didnt have a clue and the stewards were usless as thet knew nothing it left 20 mins late we were at the station all standing in the rain couldnt leave as no imformation was available, may see you later
Replied: 28th Aug 2011 at 13:04
apparently the guard was invloved in an accident and a replacement was not available - the train did leave later empty to bring the fans back
Replied: 28th Aug 2011 at 13:12
Keith not out today, see you next week.
Replied: 28th Aug 2011 at 13:27
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Replied: 28th Aug 2011 at 18:59
Hope we have a few more hollow victories in front of nearly 80,000 fans. Not to bad for a parochial sport
Replied: 28th Aug 2011 at 23:55
More excitement at Wembley jarvo.especially after the dross served up at Villa Park on Saturday
Replied: 30th Aug 2011 at 12:51
When was you last at Wembley for a club game Jarvo?
Has he ever been?
Replied: 30th Aug 2011 at 15:45
and as regards the train - this is the latest....
'An investigation into this is underway and I expect to hear back from the train company sometime tomorrow and we will then contact all fans who had booked the train to give a full explanation etc. In no way do Wigan Warriors want fans to suffer and we will be taking all possible action with the charter company who were paid to provide the service well before the event.
We will contact you again soon with information and please accept our apologies for all the issues of Saturday.
Mr G Warburton'
Replied: 30th Aug 2011 at 16:42
It was a shambles at Wigan station. An announcer came on the tannoy to say the Wigan Supporters train had been cancelled and they would have to get on the next train to Crewe and make their own way to London. Well when the train came in it was like one of those trains in India where they squeeze them all in.
Then it was a shambles at Wembley Station coming home. There were about 500 people outside Wembley Station all pushing forward at times. Apparently they were still on the Coach park 2 hours after the match. How these people are going to organise an Olympic Games is beyond me.
Replied: 30th Aug 2011 at 21:21