Fans of Hull City, the hardest in the Championship, have said that, rather than travelling to Wembley for the play-off Final, they will watch the game on a giant TV screen in Bristol city centre to facilitate maximum violence potential (MVP) with their opponents.
Hull, who have never before played at Wembley, or in the top flight of football, aren't really bothered about doing so, but really want to get one over on their West Country yokel rivals, and are planning an all-out assault on Bristol next Saturday.
Tickets are in short supply, and it's odds-on that only season-ticket-wielding corporate types that have only recently started going to football will get them.
True hooligans, who have been plying their 'naughty trade' for years, will be forced to beg, steal or hurdle turnstiles if they want to see the Tigers in this most important game in their 104-year history, and many feel their money would be better spent by going to Bristol to watch the giant TV, and indulging in a spot of Bingo with locals.
Many of the Bingo Enthusiasts have already booked their train tickets for the TV Extravaganza. and say they are looking forward to "taking Bristol to bits".
One, Duncan Weisskopf , who has played Bingo all his life, said:
"Eyes down for your first number!"