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I suppose the prices will go up again this season!
If the Supporters' Association want money for the club, why don't they take over the tea bars again?
The income taken from the crap that is sold must be in the thousands during a season. I know someone will reply why don't you run them. I have done it got the T-shirt etc and that was when tea was 25p a cup and we still made 22p profit on each cup. The fact is to make money for the club you have to do it yourself not farm it out. I am sure there are people who would be willing to do the job for a small fee or just to watch bits of the matches and feel a part of the club.

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Mute Point!!!

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.....Mmmm tea

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What's a Tea Bar ?





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It's actually a very good point.
The trouble is, in the dark days of a couple of hundred fans, nobody was interested (so I'm told).
So the club sold a franchise (for want of a better word) thus guaranteeing some income each season.

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Nearly right Daz but the truth is too long and boring.

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Like I said:


MUte Point!!!!




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