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poite

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  1. Who was it that came to our place and had to wear our away shirt cos they forgot their own?
  2. You've misunderstood. I never said supporters money had anything to do with it. If fans stopped going to football and stopped watching it, the TV money, advertising money etc would stop because the companies that pump millions into football wouldn't bother because there isnt enough interest to justify it. It's the sky, BT TV funding, the sponsorship deals etc that makes the difference.That is where the money is that allows clubs to pay a player 200k a week. Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury aren't multi-millionaires cos people buy tickets to watch them fighter. It's because Sky TV and advertisers pay millions to have the rights to show their fights on their TV channel knowing theyll make the money back 10times over through box office sales. Once nobody wants to pay £25 to watch Joshua, sky won't pay for the rights, the fight is shown on sky sports 2 and Joshua gets a few grand rather than 100million.
  3. People need to realise that only one set of people can change player wages. Fans. When fans stop going, the money into football will dry up. TV companies and advertisers don't spend millions on something that isn't getting massive crowds and mass interest from the public. Once people lose interest and refuse to pay ludicrous prices to watch the players would never be able to demand such stupid money and clubs won't be able to afford it anyway. Will that happen? No chance.
  4. Spending all this time at home and not been allowed out has got me working through the book shelf of all those books that I bought to read one day. Over the course of the past week I have read 'My Story by Mark Bright' and finally got round to reading 'No Smoke No Fire by Dave Jones'. Brightys book was a good read but Dave Jones book was very very good. Have to say that I hated him as our manager despite finishing off the promotion job back to the championship. What he and his family went through with the child abuse court case was horrendous and I'm so pleased justice was found in chucking the case out. Nobody like him deserves such awful treatment. But I have to say the book did nothing to change my view that he is an arrogant shyte as to me that's how he came across when he was here and throughout the book. He consistently managed to change the world everywhere he goes and turns a football club around only for others to be blamed for anything that goes wrong or against him. Like when he was here, it was never his fault. One thing that I thought was interesting is when he spoke about footballers going on fan forums and chat rooms (as it was) and how it could affect them. Does go to show that some of our players might come on here now and again. Shame the book ends before his next job which was managing us which I'd have been interested to read about. As I said, don't like the bloke but it was a very good read. Anyone else read these books or got other suggestions?
  5. Love it when an unfavorable quote is used but then defended by 'it was a turn of phrase'. How convenient. Relatively speaking 37% isn't much of the whole is it? Well that depends what it relative to. If someone said to you that they were going to reduce your salary by 37% i can't see you saying it was ok cos it's not that much of the whole
  6. Totally agree. I dont even bother to put sky sports news on anymore as everything just seems totally irrelevant. Not that there is much news to report mind.
  7. I'd play him in our current starting 11 at the age of 59 if he made himself available
  8. Met Chris Waddle and he was fantastic. My footballing hero. Other than that meeting football players has never ever been of interest to me at all.
  9. He answers his questions as defensively as he set up his team
  10. The Toyota Avensis that I had in 2001
  11. Anyone know where I can download a printer?
  12. It's a great idea. About time we had some entertainment during the matches
  13. 1.8m more than 95% of the rest of the squad
  14. Whatever happens we are in firm hands. Chansiri has put loads of money into the club. He wears a Wednesday scarf in photos and there's even pictures of his son in our 2017/18 away kit. All hail the Messiah who saved us by buying a debt free club from a man who stabilised us from the point of certain liquidation.
  15. Following his interview yesterday I wouldn't be surprised. He seemed completely lost with what's happening. He's burnt bridges and now he's suffering wading through the lake of shyte
  16. I'm firmly in the Chansiri out camp and have been for a couple of years tbh but i can't totally agree with that. Bruce wasn't a yes man so I do think Chansiri is happy to be more hands off but due to the complete mess his ownership has caused were in a position where nobody in their right mind would want to take the managers role unless they are desperate. And that usually comes with people willing to say yes to anything
  17. On the rare occasion that I kiss the missus I always ensure its followed by a thorough hand wash
  18. Italy has one of the largest elderly populations in the world. That's one of the explanations I read
  19. Hilarious stuff as always. Rewind back about a week or two and the same player was been praised on here for being our only (or at least one of a few) shining lights. Struggled against Man city and now he's throw. I don't know
  20. Hard to say cos Chris Brunts fat arm is in front of his face *Joke
  21. A large crowd for the game after the appalling displays in the weeks prior would be embarrassing. Happy to see people protesting in the correct way. With the refusal to hand over their hard earned cash
  22. Apologies, to be fair I did misinterpret it. I thought you were suggesting that he was not playing through his own decision rather than monks
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