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ChippenhamRed

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  1. I seem to recall he set up our winner at Sheffield United on the opening day of our promotion season with an excellent surge into the box. We never looked back after that win and who knows how the season might have panned out had we not won that day. So you could say we have a lot to thank Mark Little for!
  2. Always think posts like this, a prediction stated as fact, are a very dangerous game with the potential to make you look rather silly.
  3. Very good point. Difficult to see how they can ever become self-sustaining at a higher level.
  4. Population of Nailsworth = 5,800 Population of Taunton = 64,600 Don't understand how anyone can really criticise FGR's following really.
  5. The fundamental problem is that there are still people willing to pay it, but the demographic is shifting and in some cases those who originally made the game what it is can no longer afford to go. Although as I pointed out in an earlier post, I agree with you that the OP is just having a moan without letting the facts get in the way.
  6. It's a perfectly valid and interesting question and I wasn't making any judgement on the standard, simply asking the question. Shame you felt the need to belittle it.
  7. Question: what level of the men's game would the best women's team be equivalent to do you reckon? I know there is the issue of physical strength etc, but I'm thinking in terms of skill and technique.
  8. Fair to say this thread has evolved into something rather different.
  9. "You don't have to buy it" is never an excuse for overcharging.
  10. Some on here would have you believe that Steve Lansdown is Cyril Sneer.
  11. Absolutely. Our membership scheme is exceptionally good value for non-STH regulars.
  12. The lowest level of membership at Arsenal is Red. Silver membership is a higher level. Far from giving you "occasional access", it gives you priority access to tickets a month before Red members. This virtually guarantees access to all of Arsenal's biggest games, in both the Premier League and Champions League. I know this because one of my best friends is a silver member and has watched Champions League semi finals using it. It also gets you a very smart membership pack, access to Arsenal player (we pay for the equivalent remember) and various other benefits. You can argue whether £50 is fair but it is certainly far more than "occasional access to tickets" as Rosie would have you believe. Another example of fake news, dressed up to suit an argument. Edit - player is £38 a year for us. Membership £20. Total cost £58. So, silver membership at Arsenal for £50 including both sounds pretty reasonable to me....
  13. Wouldn't go as far as to describe the Hull final as a "no show". Brighton on the other hand, absolutely.
  14. Your mate has. Ask him.
  15. Might have got this wrong but are we saying Phileas is a woman called Ben?!