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24 minutes ago, nevthelodgemoorowl said:

Tell me about it lol

And me.

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This is my final post on this thread...When DC came in I said I wanted a complete new ethos for the club...in the way we do business, in the way we play and the way we conduct ourselves a s a club...as far as I'm concerned all those criteria have been met and as long as we are progressing I'm happy

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Just now, S36 OWL said:

I have two words for all those criticising DC  and his commitment to the club 

 

DAVE ALLEN 

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1 minute ago, Señor Sam said:

Did anyone ask DC about the behaviour of the wheelie bins ??

 

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Apparently the club are working with SAG to allow more than two bins to sit on the same grass verge at any one time. 

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7 minutes ago, daveyboy66 said:

We do...after supporting the Owls for 50 years and more...nice to get advice from todays true fans though...I guess we'll just have to catch up to what it means to support the Owls...do you give lessons ?

 

I can but it's upto you as I demand the highest fitness levels. Greno woods 6am Sunday :rolleyes:

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16 minutes ago, nortonwoodseatslives said:

In 72 years of supporting Wednesday, I don't remember anyone in charge of the club - including Eric Taylor - who shows so much respect for, and interaction with, the fans. Neither  have I ever seen anyone anywhere else, at this level, try to get the fans to understand what he is trying to do to create a top football club.

I hope that all fans will at least give him due respect and support, irrespective of whether they always agree - and perhaps, like others before me in this topic, I will live to see the day when we are in the Premiership.

Absolutely agree - give the man credit he is attempting to transform the club........

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32 minutes ago, daztheowl said:

 

Credence. 

 

15,000 would raise a minimum £22.5M, can't see that much being required, unless he's going for a stadium refurb. 

 

I don't think a stadium returb would even register on FFP as it is infrastructure.

 

It will be interesting to see what the wider scheme is. I've always seen membership as a means of helping the club in this regard if you don't/can't get a season ticket.

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Chairman there to be shot at and chr1st some of our fans have crazy bullets 

wunt know a good thing if it smacked them in the face

Buy more TUNA its the future!!!

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Cant knock DC for doing forums and steering groups, could easily make an excuse and send an assistant to front up.

Still bemused why any one would have a go at his family.

 

But with South Yorkshire not exactly a rich area still feel prices are too high and feel sorry some are now priced out.

 

 

 

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DC is the business! So much time for him, he deserves so much respect

 

Some people just cannot get their heads round the fact he is not some 2 Bob cnut from shiregreen...we are blessed and we need to realise this sharpish

 

Uto ftb wtid

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22 minutes ago, rickygoo said:

Great minds.......

lol

 

 

Its unlikely I'll invest but I was hoping we'd get a lot more meat on the bones re this initiative.

 

It appears to just have just given another platform to those who think their voice deserves its own route to deliver messages to the club.

 

I may be wrong but don't see tonights forum delivering the results the club hoped despite it generally appearing positive. No other reason for that that we only know what we were told in the original OS news story.

 

I wanted to know what else you get for your money, I wanted to know if the prices tell us anything about ST prices should we reach the PL. Others also raised good points regarding 3 years ST's should we go up this year.

 

I know I could have attended myself but I've been away this week and only got home at tea time. 

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13 minutes ago, Bluesteel said:

 

I don't think a stadium returb would even register on FFP as it is infrastructure.

 

It will be interesting to see what the wider scheme is. I've always seen membership as a means of helping the club in this regard if you don't/can't get a season ticket.

 

Had membership last year, upgraded to 2 season tickets for this year, courtesy of cashing in mi Wembley trip £1/£2 coin jar, and cancelling Sky Sports. Only way could afford it. 

 

Wish I had the funds for the 1867 club, but no chance at mo. Will have to wait and see what this next scheme will be, that DC intimated at. 

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25 minutes ago, theowlsman said:

 

They don't come any better to be honest. Well pleased with having Mr C as Chairman.

 

It's just a shame that the disappointments over the last couple of decades, and mistrust towards previous owners, have left people wary, and cynical.

 

Time to leave the past behind, and look forward to the future.

Did you ask a question? To put a face to it! 

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1 hour ago, bigdan2003 said:

DC: "We have a good squad so it is difficult for young players to break in. That's why we need to loan them out to get experience." #SWFC

 

Hmmm

 

Kivo was suggesting that Chansiri wasn't keen on loaning the young 'uns out....

No I didn't 

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29 minutes ago, matthefish2002 said:

Cant knock DC for doing forums and steering groups, could easily make an excuse and send an assistant to front up.

Still bemused why any one would have a go at his family.

 

But with South Yorkshire not exactly a rich area still feel prices are too high and feel sorry some are now priced out.

 

 

 

r e t a r d s /pig filth..................probably both

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2 minutes ago, EXCALIBUR said:

fools/pig filth..................probably both

Sad but true. Why would they bother?

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