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POLL - please vote  

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  1. 1. Would you prefer the prices were reduced to previous eras? The consequence of this would be the sale of key senior players, regular promotion of academy youngsters and reduced level of investment.

    • YES
      227
    • NO
      66
  2. 2. Alternatively would you prefer the club to build on the current investment, maintain the pricing structure, and extend our ongoing strategy towards promotion to the Premier League?

    • YES - Keep the prices high and the current strategy towards the Premier League
      67
    • NO - I'd still go for the reduced pricing thank you very much
      226


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Prices in line with most other clubs in this league please

 

Well we’re getting a sh*t product so we might as well pay for one

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11 minutes ago, Stoop said:

Prices in line with most other clubs in this league please

 

Well we’re getting a sh*t product so we might as well pay for one

 

in which case we should be charging less than most other clubs... 

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DC's fan survey was a farce, and an insult to our intelligence. 

 

Does anyone believes DC was going to make a strategic decision based on a fan survey? 

 

The survey simply allowed DC to frame his pricing structure as something the fans requested. Fans were essentially manipulated into believing the pricing structure was something they agreed to. The same way DC blamed the fans for HIS poor decision to sign Rhodes. 

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There is no strategy to get to the premiership.

 

One needs putting in place.

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7 hours ago, bobness said:

DC's fan survey was a farce, and an insult to our intelligence. 

 

Does anyone believes DC was going to make a strategic decision based on a fan survey? 

 

The survey simply allowed DC to frame his pricing structure as something the fans requested. Fans were essentially manipulated into believing the pricing structure was something they agreed to. The same way DC blamed the fans for HIS poor decision to sign Rhodes. 

And that's even assuming that the results of the survey were actually the 'real' results of the survey 👀

 

The guy is a total fraud I'm afraid.

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What use have the over paid has beens been to this club apart from sending us into bankruptcy. Fresh start, sensible budget with a DOF and a good coaching and recruitment system and a sensible matchday POG pricing policy. 

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so much has been done wrong.

even the most optimistic amongst us must be thinking the whole lot needs restarting, from earlier than the point that stuart gray left the club.

all that excellent foundation works needs doing again, dc's track record seems to say he wants things quicker than that, and (for me) quicker just means rolling the same dice again, but with different personnel.

"all aboard the skylark".

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The whole question is very indicative of the problem. Higher costs and higher wages are not the same as building and investing for the future.

 

On Saturday we we're shown up in every regard by a squad of youth investment and promising development. All the high wages and silly transfers have lead us down the garden path.

 

You drop prices to get fans in the stadium, you get young hungry players in and you build. We cannot compete with parasite payments because we're not allowed to and in hind sight we really shouldn't have tried. You have to do something different and hats off to Brentford, they're the model we should be following not attempting to do a Man City when we've got our hands tied behind our back

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