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King_Monkey

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  1. The opportunity is endless with regards to ticketing and commercial revenue, sadly it appears that either our executive team don’t know how to implement them or the most likely answer is that they know that they would not get approved. once DC realises that those revenue streams can make a difference then that’s when the club can start to move forward.
  2. Great research but BCFC are doing no different to the majority of the EFL with the exception of SWFC. I’m not being objective but I will pose a couple of queries on some of the proposals that is raised at every club by owners, chairman, CEO’s etc. I guarantee you that if you present these ideas to DC or Alistair you will be asked the following. If you segment the Kop in to bands, example cheaper prices on wings in comparison to centre. How do you stop people buying the wing seats and moving in to central areas? if you sell tickets as a cash back scheme to juni
  3. On Roy Keane first day as Ipswich Manager, he walked in to the dressing room, sat all the players down and then went round them one by one on stuff he had learned from studying videos of them prior to taking over. he pointed to each one individually and used one word only. That word was exactly the same and the filter on here blocks it but it went like She Hit. suffice to say, it didn’t get him any favours with the players and the tenure was short.
  4. This initiative is being driven and the Zoom meetings will be hosted by Erik Alonso apparently, so I am told.
  5. Nah! Knew it wouldn’t work at the outset. Tried something similar with dire consequences.
  6. I wouldn’t be critical to commence as it’s important to open constructive dialogue. ive worked football. I did 15 years in the Premier League and a year with the FA and have ideas on what works, what doesn’t, how to overcome the obstacles, importance of fan engagement, lose them and you lose your club ( footballs unique, it’s tribal. You don’t lose a fan and replace it with a customer, your customers/fans choose you, you don’t choose them). I use customer by the way as that’s how we were referred to and it’s a big mistake. I have been on fan committees and listened to p
  7. Long overdue, very welcome. think I’ll apply.
  8. Got a lot of time for Moore. Unfairly sacked by WBA and seems to have got Donny playing good football and on a limited budget.
  9. And there lies your problem pal. DC ain’t going nowhere soon being sole owner means he holds the cards. He will sell up when he’s ready and whilst ever people clamour for him to go, his ego means he’s not the type to do what others request. fans can moan, groan, boycott etc and personal don’t think it bothers him.
  10. And then moan when the club goes in to admin, suffers a 12 point deduction, gets relegated, nobody then comes in to buy them out of admin and is wound up. seems a sensible approach to me.
  11. A manager that made us very hard to beat. And the players are the issue at our place, not the managers. He was very good. Our issues os we have arseholes like Troy who dictate what happens and CMs like Capoue who down tools and demand a move..
  12. Watford fans on Twitter rate him highly
  13. I agree with that but for everyone who says Cook is a safe pair of hands, there’s someone who disagrees. He won’t please everyone. for what it’s worth on Cook. I have spoken to one highly respected coach at another club and he says Cook should be brought in but I’ve also spoken to another whose played under him who says he can’t stand him. Difference of opinions.
  14. Think he once said something along those lines in one of his supporters evenings. Can’t confirm as I didn’t and wouldn’t waste my time but sure I read it on here.
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