When Lyngby on Monday meetings Hobro in the direct duel to avoid relegation to the 1. division for the 'full houses'.
It has merely taken Lyngby hour and a half to sell the to 2,400 tickets, Lyngby Stadium pt. is approved by the authorities because of coronavirussens ravages.
Thus there is laid up for a festive hit when one of the two teams playing the last League clash in this round.
- We came home from Hobro at two o'clock in the night in the night, but has been in place since early in the morning to answer questions and get the systems ready to open the sale at 15. So it is a big cadeau to the entire team and the team that we have been able to sell out so quickly, tells take up considerable commercial manager, Kristian Maimann, who can tell you about a great deal of interest for the showdown.
- We sold over 200 tickets, only the first minute, so the fans have been ready at the keys, says Maimann, which welcomes its adherents ' support.
- We are very happy for the great support. We have almost doubled our attendance compared with the last we were in the premier League and without restrictions, we had sold a minimum of triple the tickets, if not more. But that's how it is.
We are looking forward just for a good day and to do the job against Hobro finished and need the fans help us, stresses Kristian Maimann, who, like the rest of the Lyngby-camp have reason for moderate optimism on top 2-1 victory in the first showdown in the West.
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