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TommyG last won the day on October 18 2017

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  1. So we could all do this and save a fortune, a bit like buddying up for the two for one deal? Its like selling seasons tickets for an adult and child for £270 but if you ditch the child it costs you £370. Something not quite right there, it would cost the club a lot of revenue.
  2. It will only go down to 60% if the businesses themselves are making that back up to 80% or 100%. No one will be living on 60% wages, unless you are self employed and getting bugger all, but that's a different argument altogether.
  3. Are the majority selling season tickets? I don't think there will be any transfer window to worry about under the circumstances, like many other things that will be put in abeyance.
  4. Findlay doesn’t like cup matches much does he? Ironically thought he was strolling it most of the game but we concede four to a team who struggle to score and he has a brain fart and gives up the pen. The subs made by Al D should not have cost us, but they did. They have more money, more players, better players (a few) and they only scraped through because our main striker missed some absolute sitters and we have away a couple of incredibly stupid set pieces. It’s not Armageddon though, but you’d think it was reading some of the comments.
  5. Persistent anti-trust campaigner nit picks trust representatives interview. Well golly gosh and slap my thighs! It was just a matter of time to see if you or DrewWylie got a dig in first - you were beat to it but we'll give you the nod for consistency and at least trying to back up your laughable attempts to discredit anything trust related. Bore off back to Birmingham if you've nothing positive to bring to the party, and take your obsession with you. "Boo hoo no one is saying anything" "Boo hoo no one is saying anything we want them to say" "look at me, look at me, look at me" T
  6. If this is the level of intelligence in our fan base then maybe you're right.
  7. You're dead clever eh. Discover the internet this year?
  8. She's not a politician, she works with orphaned and abandoned kids who need homes. Right bastard eh!
  9. Only sensible post on the thread, the rest just show why you can't have any numpty join a football club board. You know she's not a fans representative for starters right? Clearly not. She's on the board to input from the Trust, if you're not in the trust or paying into TIK then I suggest you take your grievances up with the SLO or Fowler or Bowie. You don't want a politician on board but it would be okay to have a postman or a brickie, aye we're a clever lot right enough.
  10. TommyG


    That's your point snookered piffer, sorry!
  11. I'm not kidding myself. the boycott brought Bowie to the table, he's been quoted saying that himself on several occasions. Bowie got shot of MJ when he realised like everyone else had by then that he was only in it for the money and the club was getting shafted left right and centre. That's a fact my friend, no matter how anyone else who supported the man killing the club try and spin it. Let it go and move on. None of us are claiming to be "heroes", we were just fans forced into a bad position to stop the rot. I don't want credit or praise and I'd be happy if it was never to be mentioned agai
  12. It's not true. It's not untrue either. The fact is that he always planned to trouser as much as he could and then exit stage left, what happened with his poor wife probably expedited the situation but the least said about that the better, i wouldn't wish that on anyone.
  13. Not going because you've got another team to watch or something better to do is so much better eh? Figures.
  14. So you didn't support the fans against the Lauchlan regime either? I'm sensing a theme here. For the record I bought a family season ticket as well as my own after MJ left and donated the other one to the hippo's ticket campaign. The cheek of the bloke helping all those families get the matches eh.
  15. Always trying to find something to have a go about. I said he took action against a regime that was dragging the club down, I never said he boycotted. Horses for courses, you do what you think will have the best effect and when it came to MJ all he cared about was money so it made sense to hit him where it hurt. There were a few physical confrontations in the car park at the time which I witnessed myself - if you are trying to condone one kind of protest as opposed to another I think violence would be frowned on in this day and age. For the record I supported those who rallied against the Lauc