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by Wycombe Royal
01 Aug 2006 12:07
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Radio Berks or 107FM
Replies: 33
Views: 5903

They are blatantly leeching every pound from every source. Car parking during matches, alcaholo sales, hot dog sales, prices of programmes, shirt sales, season ticket and match day tickets, buses to the stadium, radio rights, sponsor rights, transfers, players wages (sidwell for example)..... the l...
by Wycombe Royal
31 Jul 2006 12:16
Forum: The Team
Topic: Kitson to struggle...
Replies: 75
Views: 17421

lightning strikes kitson will struggle!!?! you utter clueless moron's. He's easily our best striker and while it'll obviously be harder than the Championship, he's far and away our greatest threat.

Don't hold back, just say what you think.
by Wycombe Royal
28 Jul 2006 12:25
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Loyalty Points - Do they Make sense?
Replies: 70
Views: 9268

Demand is outstripping supply due to the size of the ground and therefore restrictions need to be placed on who can buy tickets to make sure that those who have committed money to the club buying buying tickets recently are those who get priority. WHY? I can understand it for the end of last season...
by Wycombe Royal
28 Jul 2006 10:01
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Loyalty Points - Do they Make sense?
Replies: 70
Views: 9268

We always see things on this site that talk about "Do you remember your first game"! Well I remember mine ...(not the time or place).... and by the end of that game at the age of 10 I had stopped supporting a top league side and became "A GENUINE" fan. GENUINE fans won't miss ou...
by Wycombe Royal
28 Jul 2006 09:21
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Loyalty Points - Do they Make sense?
Replies: 70
Views: 9268

Obviously big games sell out. I would consider 17 of the 19 home games next season big games (and this isn't the place to work out which I mean) and so it will be bad enough for me - but what about Mr Plod and little Jimmy Plod who could be the future who don't get to come. Yes there will be some p...
by Wycombe Royal
26 Jul 2006 15:32
Forum: The Team
Topic: Masters Football
Replies: 38
Views: 20021

RoyalBlue Wolves won the midlands final - captained by Mick Gooding playing along side a certain Scott Taylor!


ATTENTION SEEKER ALERT.

My cousin played in that team as well.
by Wycombe Royal
26 Jul 2006 09:46
Forum: The Team
Topic: A message from BBC Radio Berkshire
Replies: 300
Views: 55633

Next subject today children is maths where we will be studying quadratic equations.
by Wycombe Royal
25 Jul 2006 14:39
Forum: STAR (Supporters' Trust At Reading)
Topic: UPDATE - Radio Contract
Replies: 71
Views: 17353

I feel RFC ought to do the decent thing and accept the 'going rate' for their product. But what is the going rate for their product? You can't honestly believe that the going rate is defined in this instance as the amount that the BBC are prepared to pay? The BBC have offered what they believe to b...
by Wycombe Royal
25 Jul 2006 14:08
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

LJ I have to say i am glad the the shambles that was BBC radio berkshire's radio comentary has ended. I have always believed that 107 do the better commentary, get better interviews and are overall more professional.

Did they do the better commentary when they weren't doing any?
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 19:38
Forum: The Team
Topic: A message from BBC Radio Berkshire
Replies: 300
Views: 55633

It sounds like the previous deal could only have been around £20k so the club has already done well in getting the Beeb to massively increase their offer. "Meeting RFC half way" would still make the price paid over four times last years price, I can't see that happening. BBC Berks said t...
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 19:06
Forum: STAR (Supporters' Trust At Reading)
Topic: UPDATE - Radio Contract
Replies: 71
Views: 17353

Regardless of whether this is spin or not it is a positive move and would not have happened had it not been for the comments we have made. I do think the club need some praise for making that statement and let us now hope that the BBC can meet them halfway. The fact that we have given BBC Berkshire ...
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 15:52
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

Mr Angry How does the decision to go to 107 help to "Spread The Word"?

Maybe STAR should address that specific question to the club and see what their official answer is.
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 15:33
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

I could understand it a bit more if this had been at a time when we were losing any form of coverage but this is at a time when our star has never been higher and we are going in to the most highly reported league in the world, just think a bit of perspective has been lost from both sides of the ar...
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 15:15
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

Maybe the club should offer free Reading World access to anyone who can no longer listen to live commentary as the are not in the Reading 107 broadcast area.

That won't help everyone (those without internet access) but will help a large proportion of those affected.
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 15:01
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

In fact there are so many ways that fans can hear/see games live (or as live) next year that the impact of a move from BBC Berks to 107 is in business terms almost negligible. Apart from Reading 107 and the occasional match on 5 Live where else are these many ways that fans can hear/see games live ...
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 12:44
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

Ruud Van Kitson And i don't understand? Arent most of the fans at the game during the commentary, so miss it anyway

Away matches?
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 12:41
Forum: The Team
Topic: A message from BBC Radio Berkshire
Replies: 300
Views: 55633

That has just proved the shortsighted view the club have taken. For the sake of £35,000 their commentary will now not reach over half a million extra fans or potential fans. I think that could cost the club more than £35,000 in the long run. His attitude comes across as "the players are greedy ...
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 12:32
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

Can I just say to people about to sign this petition that arguing that one commentary is better than another won't be of much use - quality of commentaries is subjective. Credible arguments that a businessman like JM will understand are what is needed . The key arguments are : 1. Accessibility - ov...
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 12:17
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

Can I just say to people about to sign this petition that arguing that one commentary is better than another won't be of much use - quality of commentaries is subjective. Credible arguments that a businessman like JM will understand are what is needed . The key arguments are : 1. Accessibility - ov...
by Wycombe Royal
24 Jul 2006 08:39
Forum: The Team
Topic: Sign the Petition to save BBCRB Commentary
Replies: 224
Views: 38962

I wonder if we will hear anything more from the club on this issue. They will now be fully aware of the dissapointment of the fans and their anger at this decision and could really do with making a comment on the situation.

Or will they just stay silent and stand by their decision?
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