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  1. 39 quid to sit on the KOP (the cheapest seats) for some matches for Tier 2 Football!! I think the fans have been paying for it for some time. Unless there's a drastic change of approach by Chansiri next season then I'm sure we'll be by far the most expensive ground in league 1. The fans have been putting money in since Chansiri took over, but far from getting "a Brentford style club" they get a one man dictatorship where Chansiri is free to do exactly as he pleases.
  2. I agree with everything you say except the last line, He's The Main reason and needs to go, but the last line Absolves, The players Monk, Pulis everyone else of all blame. Some of the management decisions, team selection and set up were absurd and some (most) of the players have been at best inept and often spineless. Solely blaming Chansiri let's them off the hook, something they don't deserve.
  3. How is it Madness? Your missing the whole point, Chansiri is THE Biggest problem, but that doesn't mean others aren't Blameless. Let me try a different perspective, who was to blame for the Hillsborough Disaster?
  4. I don't think there are many (if any) who would rather blame the players than Chansiri, but many (me included) find the absolving of ANY Blame for the players strange after some of their inept performances this season. Granted we all know who is The Biggest problem by far and until he's gone nothing is going to change, but it seems that if anybody says the Players/manager(s)/coaching staff have also to be held in some way responsible, then they're somehow supporting the Owner. How?? Its Blatantly not the case, it doesn't have to be 1 or the other, there's so much wrong
  5. To answer your irrelevant Question it would have a less detrimental effect. We're discussing ways of Protesting against the owner, (because amongst many other things that he's done or hasn't done, he doesn't pay the players on time) I'm saying the idea of a protest vote for the player of the Year awards would have no impact or could even be counter productive. I'm still struggling to work out how you've gone from discussing ways of protesting against the owner to whether that protest is as detrimental as not paying players? There's a thread going regarding that, th
  6. It needs to be something that gets the NATONAL media and hopefully Chansiri's attention. A player of the Year ""protest vote" would only be seen locally and mainly be seen as a joke rather than a protest. Not sure what we could do to get the National Media (and maybe even other Clubs fans) on Board, but if we could Evantually Chansiri would have to take notice. I'm not keen on this idea, as to me Chansiri won't even know it's happened and if anything it'll only have an adverse affect on the Players (maybe even for next season). Keep your idea's coming though, not every
  7. How's that? The very first person he names as being Culpable is DC.
  8. I agree with your point that Not paying players is NEVER good for any football club, especially with the timing of this last none payment. But disagree with this, surely the Club (or Chansiri) wouldn't be able to sue the players for breach of contract for not doing their job when he has already breached the Contract by not paying them? Also not playing (on principal) would put them in a better light to any potential New Clubs than the on field "performances" most have been displaying for most of the season. The Main point would also be that they would be showing that the
  9. I don't know why I've laughed at that, we all know it's True!!
  10. Yes, that would be the best result, as unless Rotherham lose heavily at Luton a win for them on the final day would send us down either way. The extra point makes no difference to us, but does put presure on Derby to maybe have to win on the Final day. I don't know if Derby having to go at us for a win, or sitting back and trying to hold out for a point is best though. Too many permutations, let's just hope we still have a chance come next Saturday afternoon.
  11. Great thinking, apart from the part that means a Rotherham win would take them above Derby and then if they equal Derby's result on the last day they would send both Derby and us down (Barring a massive goal swing in our or Derby's favour) I do like your thought process though and hope Paul Warne is reading and agrees. Straws? I'm searching desperately for them, someone must know where they are.
  12. And seeing Jimmy Bloody Melia running across the Highbury pitch was even worse, something I'm still struggling to come to terms with 38 Years later
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