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Weeks of Action: A Day At The Football – by Theresa Gazard

As part of Luton Town’s Weeks of Action celebrations, Hatters fan Theresa Gazard sent the club a poem about her matchday experience at Kenilworth Road.


The club had asked disabled supporters to contact the club with their thoughts, experiences and suggestion as to their matchday at Luton Town, and Theresa got creative and penned the following poem…


A Day At The Football – by Theresa GazardBeing a disabled football supporter is toughHere at Luton the staff do more than enough A few years ago I could walk to the ground Today a parking space must be found  Most weeks without a doubt The club will try and sort this out Once the turnstiles I could spinNow they are bars I can’t get inI have to go in a special gateIt’s no problem the stewards are great My fellow fans play their part tooAlways giving me room to get through Nobody ever says hurry up move onWhen they have to wait as I shuffle alongOur barmy army who appear hard and bold They still have respect for the disabled and old Someone needs to take me to the KennyIt’s wonderful it does not cost them a pennyI couldn’t go to matches if these things. we’re not trueThe club and fans of Luton Town I salute youBy T. GazardFrom Luton Town Official Website06.04.16