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Originally Posted By: Rhymenreason
Originally Posted By: Mr Happy
You two require lobotomies!


No they don't you can't remove something if it wasn't there to start with!


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Originally Posted By: andyetfc
We have no goals either as Dave and I took them down on Thursday morning!


Bloody pikeys!

I will bring my jumper next season then, just need 3 more!

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Jumper!!!??? You wear Jumpers!!!??? Only old people wear jumpers!!! It is called knitwear now!!! You have clearly been seeing to much of that other old timer Andy lately. Next thing you'll be wearing is a nice cardigan!!! evil2

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"Small boys in the park, knitwear for goal posts...."

Not such an enduring image, is it? Hmm? Hmm?

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I wonder if they say 'Jerseys for goal posts in Scotland?'

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Originally Posted By: Duke of York
I wonder if they say 'Jerseys for goal posts in Scotland?'


Aran knitwear for north of the border?

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Originally Posted By: Mr Happy
Jumper!!!??? You wear Jumpers!!!??? Only old people wear jumpers!!! It is called knitwear now!!! You have clearly been seeing to much of that other old timer Andy lately. Next thing you'll be wearing is a nice cardigan!!! evil2


Fecking knitwear? what kind of an overall description is that?

Although it could describe what bald people need to put on their heads in winter, what do you call yours? knitwear hat? biglaugh

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Originally Posted By: andyetfc
Anyone else noticed how many clubs are reducing their admission charges for next year?

Worth thinking about!


I thought ours were going up?

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Should they?

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Originally Posted By: andyetfc
Should they?


NO!!!!

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No, how many?


Leeds Utd, Wigan, Bolton, Blackburn to name but a few.


Hmmmm. There's probably a reason these clubs are lowering their prices........

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Yep, they've got no fans!!!!!

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What a lot of pish and tish...Do you honestly believe by dropping your admission price by 50p and a £1, this is going to get the crowds flooding in?
The Premier clubs are dropping theirs by a (relatively) considerable amount.
Stupid boys.....


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Your avatar has more intelligence and personality than you! Probably better looking too!

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grin ...slaphead.

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Originally Posted By: coupwotcoup
grin ...slaphead.


Wrong, shaved head and it needs a shave this weekend! hairout

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Originally Posted By: coupwotcoup
What a lot of pish and tish...Do you honestly believe by dropping your admission price by 50p and a £1, this is going to get the crowds flooding in?
The Premier clubs are dropping theirs by a (relatively) considerable amount.
Stupid boys.....


No. But it may bring a few more in by leaving the admission charges the same as 2006 - 2007.



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So on that basis, those that didn't come last season will next because the admission fee hasn't changed???
Do the maths....
300 paying adults @ £7 = £2,100
350 paying adults @ £6 = £2,100

Hardly beneficial when the bar isn't yours....

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Leaving the admission fees the same may even encourage the usuals to come back to watch football at the same level.

Fees don't have to go up, do they?




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