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by genome
22 Oct 2018 15:12
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread
Replies: 398
Views: 22552

Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

i.e Aluko's wages for 2 weeks. It's not an inconsequential amount but it isn't make or break and if successful could attract additional home fans. Not to mention the effect a full away stand has on results on the pitch - if any impact whatsoever, the difference could be millions. I would agree with...
by genome
22 Oct 2018 13:22
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread
Replies: 398
Views: 22552

Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

That is incredible. Not to mention the programmes, food and beer every match aswell. The likes of Millwall and Leeds would easily spend £20 per head on just beer and pies alone. From memory I don't recall that many teams filling the entire South Stand - maybe more like 6 o 7? The below article sugg...
by genome
22 Oct 2018 11:50
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread
Replies: 398
Views: 22552

Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

There's no decision to make, it was made months ago. The club has sold season tickets there. They're committed for the season. Personally I think that’s a mistake. I would have thought the club should have been more flexible and suggested a three month trial at the start of this season with a view ...
by genome
22 Oct 2018 09:08
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread
Replies: 398
Views: 22552

Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

Some basic rushed numbers that are probably completely wrong because it's Monday morning, but whatever 2,175 (half the south stand capacity) x £20 we charge for away tickets = £43,500 per game x 23 home games = £1,000,500 lost over the course of the season IF every away team sell out the South Stand...
by genome
20 Oct 2018 17:34
Forum: The Team
Topic: MATCHWATCH : Millwall (h) sponsored by Terry Hurlock
Replies: 139
Views: 6159

Re: MATCHWATCH : Millwall (h) sponsored by Terry Hurlock

Logging in after the match to see Double D has reverted to type on the match threads, and is acting like the prize helmet we all know Anyway, good win - backs to the wall stuff and rode our luck. Superb from Jaakkola and Blackett should start more games. Hopefully we'll kick on - bit of a gap to 18...
by genome
20 Oct 2018 17:19
Forum: The Team
Topic: MATCHWATCH : Millwall (h) sponsored by Terry Hurlock
Replies: 139
Views: 6159

Re: MATCHWATCH : Millwall (h) sponsored by Terry Hurlock

Logging in after the match to see Double D has reverted to type on the match threads, and is acting like the prize helmet we all know Anyway, good win - backs to the wall stuff and rode our luck. Superb from Jaakkola and Blackett should start more games. Hopefully we'll kick on - bit of a gap to 18t...
by genome
19 Oct 2018 10:20
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

No not at all. Everything I have said is a fact. It tends to be that when people disagree with you because purely because they think they will curry favour with other board members they will just label someone as "stupid" or claim they don't know what they are talking about. Sadly for the...
by genome
19 Oct 2018 10:03
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

A drongo. Cheers, Noted. Seems apt in this application :P No not at all. Everything I have said is a fact. It tends to be that when people disagree with you because purely because they think they will curry favour with other board members they will just label someone as "stupid" or claim ...
by genome
18 Oct 2018 16:24
Forum: The Team
Topic: MATCHWATCH : Millwall (h) sponsored by Terry Hurlock
Replies: 139
Views: 6159

Re: MATCHWATCH : Millwall (h) sponsored by Terry Hurlock

I don’t know. Maybe there will be goals. Maybe Reading will play really well but lose heroically. Maybe they’ll be pants and lose. Unheroically. Maybe a unicorn will land of the pitch. Maybe Dave Edwards is still alive. Who knows? All bets are off. Storm clouds, dark omens, dire predictions; all sw...
by genome
17 Oct 2018 16:39
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

Wait, are we saying people would rather stay at Lincoln than come to an established 2nd tier club? Right :lol: He rejected Ipswich Thank you KentRoyal! Ipswich are about as established in the 2nd tier as it gets but he chose to stay an Lincoln. To him it is about football and not money. He was favo...
by genome
17 Oct 2018 13:34
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

They aren't facts OMA, you are making observations based on limited knowledge and conjecture, dressing them up as facts, and making absolute statements.

In other words, stop being a massive jessie.
by genome
17 Oct 2018 13:18
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

That's a whole load of assumption. I'm not really sure how you can be so categorical about a bunch of stuff you have absolutely no inside knowledge on, but then you often take that line when you argue with people. Danny Cowley would probably consider a move up two divisions to Reading if Clement got...
by genome
17 Oct 2018 12:47
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

When you use phrases such as "the club is on life support" and "relegated into oblivion" and making claims that a manager of a League Two club wouldn't be interested in coming to an established Championship club with far more resource, then you are being a bit hysterical and coul...
by genome
17 Oct 2018 12:39
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

Christ, now you're putting words in my mouth.

Are you possessed?
by genome
17 Oct 2018 12:35
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

Old Man Andrews wrote:
genome wrote:Wait, are we saying people would rather stay at Lincoln than come to an established 2nd tier club?

Right :lol:


Yes football expert. One club is on the rise and the other has a very good chance of being relegated into oblivion.


I think you need to go and have a lie down.
by genome
17 Oct 2018 12:30
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

Wait, are we saying people would rather stay at Lincoln than come to an established 2nd tier club?

Right :lol:
by genome
15 Oct 2018 22:09
Forum: International Football
Topic: England - the future....
Replies: 1150
Views: 60628

Re: England - the future....

Ruddy marvellous lads, that first half performance will live long in the memory.
by genome
15 Oct 2018 11:30
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Phil Parkinson
Replies: 98
Views: 7552

Re: Rumour - Phil Parkinson

The whole "destroying his legacy" thing is nonsense anyway.

It doesn't change what he did as a player for us. In fact, McDermott 2.0 doesn't change the fact Brian is a club legend because of McDermott 1.0.

Seems silly to think that it would.
by genome
15 Oct 2018 00:45
Forum: The Team
Topic: Clement
Replies: 411
Views: 29078

Re: Clement

^ I heard that post
by genome
13 Oct 2018 11:25
Forum: The Team
Topic: Clement
Replies: 411
Views: 29078

Re: Clement

He could have done better with that if I’m honest
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