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swinners

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  1. I liked the stadium Mock up that Lee Strafford published years back. Can't find the article though.
  2. Ok. Let's humour it. DC says he wants to out more money into club but authorities won't let him. Sell the ground to DC Cabs, Elev 8 or whoever for £80m (going rate set by Derby). Then simply 'gift' the stadium back at a later date. Gateway to investment?
  3. Possibly, but is it wrong or even not allowed? It's wrong that parachute payments are in but they don't seem to have an issue with that rather large donation. Okay then what about DC puts all ticket prices to £100, but all tickets come with a chairman 'help' of £60 towards the face cost of the ticket. Fans pay normal price and DC subsidises with a £60 donation per ticket. Therefore we only sell normally amount of tickets. Again just looking at ways for the owner to put in more of his money which he states he wants to do.
  4. Ah well. Just a thought. I don't see what is the difference between my £40 and Atti's, DC's or that is DC's family. Does he even have to declare its him? I'm quite certain that the EFL don't keep tabs on me, knowing when I used my card or bank account to purchase a ticket. I was just suggesting a way he could put more money into the club as he's stated that he wants to but can't find a way.
  5. Or sell the shares as mentioned above but then buy them back again.
  6. I have asked a couple of times but not had a response (that I have seen). Is there a reason that DC can't buy up all of the spare unsold tickets for home matches, effectively making them full houses (ticket sales wise)? This way we would have nearly twice the revenue as to what we get now. An example. If by Thursday we have 17000 unsold tickets DC buys them up and gives them to charitable organisations (that's more than half a million per home match - (worked out at 30 X 17000). Now they may not necessarily come, but so what? This enables DC to pour more money into the club which he has said he wants to do but can't. Is there a reason that he, or his family, are not allowed to purchase tickets and thus putting money into the profits of the club? If he can, he would be able to buy up all of the hospitality boxes too.
  7. Stop points scoring. He's done exactly what we asked for.... eventually. Let's all move on and lift the mood at Hillsborough.
  8. I have been saying this all year but no-one has an opinion on it. Is it feasible? Has it genuinely not been though of at the top?
  9. I've mentioned the following s few times but not had/or seen a reply to it........ What's to stop Chansiri buying up all of the available seats per home match for face value after potg punters have had theirs. Is there a rule to say an owner cannot buy tickets? He could of course donate these to great causes but could also just pour this money in to the club. Eg 20,000 seats at £50 = £1m per home match (just an example) meaning a way in for £26m per year should he want to invest it, which he says he does.
  10. Played well for Scotland . Is he injured? Was looking forward to him playing Derby.
  11. And Ayala swung an arm trying to catch someone in that ruck and mall at the end. Also Flint flung himself over the pack of bodies. Very dangerous. Would live to have seen a penalty given there. Just didn't have the ref with the balls for it.
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