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  1. Get your point, but for a lot of people they have a sense of loyalty to the club - walking away from something that's been a huge part of your life isn't that simple.
  2. Agree entirely. A number of colleagues sit in the lower Lansdown and their kids love it. Now their £98 ticket has risen to over £500 not one of them is renewing. Plus, I'm sure the kids want to be in the lower levels amongst it all, not up in the Gods out of the way.
  3. Hear what you're saying Silio, but for me the issue was the deadline/lack of time to gather the money for a ticket (I usually budget so I can afford this in June). The club have only put the deadline back by 2 weeks, so doesn't really help the situation. If they would have moved it to the end of April or mid May then I'd have said fair play. As for the walkout in general, I believe fans, rightly so, are disgusted with how they've been treated, even with the new concessions. We are clearly customers now. Many feel this mid-match walkout demonstrates a strength of feeling to the suits.
  4. Pay for my season ticket and I'll stay in the ground with you.
  5. Renewed or not renewed. Please post here

    A family relation plays in the Hellenic league. Gets about £30 a game. Been to see him play home and away a few times. Hand on heart a far more enjoyable experience than going to Ashton Gate.
  6. were you going to Russia?and now changed your mind?

    Speak as you find I suppose. Every Israeli I have met has been exceedingly friendly. Every nation has it own set of morons, Britain more so than any, but please don't categorise an entire country or people because you've had a few bad encounters.
  7. I wonder what the players think of their fans ?

    According to you anyone, including our squad, who've been paintballing are a**holes anyways but thanks for updating me.
  8. I wonder what the players think of their fans ?

    Yes. Whether you believe it or not is up to you, merely relaying what Bryan told a group of us on a night out in a thread where the original poster wanted to know what players thought of the fans.
  9. I wonder what the players think of their fans ?

    Please read before posting: Robbored suggested ALL males who go Paintballing with drink involved act like the BCFC mob did. I'm just saying I've been countless times for stags, work etc. and never experienced the behavior mentioned on the City lads visit to Portishead.
  10. Thought you had more class Jamie?

    Both Carragher and the driver of the car are at fault, don't think anybody is questioning that. Especially when he was driving a child, filming and apparently not bothered that his daughter had been spat over. But to apologize for Carragher's actions and push the blame elsewhere is ridiculous. Disgusting act from a professional who should have just kept his cool. After such a great career for Liverpool and England, this stupid act is now how he'll be remembered for the rest of time.
  11. SC&T/FAN/Supporters meeting

    Genuinely starting to think the club would be delighted if no-one renewed - can then knock out POTD prices to day trippers who are more likely to spend full whack in the concourse.
  12. Renewed or not renewed. Please post here

    Not renewed. Disgusted at the lack of notice from the club, can't gather £345 at the drop of a hat (not all as wealthy as our players). Generally speaking, club release tickets in May/June after a month of notice in late April. gives us fans time to budget to purchase. But asking us to front almost £400 ASAP is impossible. Doubt my seat will be available come June when I can afford to purchase. If that's the case I won't bother anymore.
  13. I wonder what the players think of their fans ?

    Absolute b*llocks. I've been on paintball team building days with work colleagues, all males, all drinking, and it wasn't an issue. Also been with stag dos, again, no issues. Footballers just have this self belief that they're the greatest human beings alive and deserve to be loud, uncouth and get away with murder. Truth is, when they're middle aged and the money/fame/women has dried up, a lot of ex-Championship/League 1 players are a sorry state.
  14. West Ham

    Great summary, spot on. It's like the season ticket debacle within our own club at present. If everyone was that annoyed, don't renew. Come mid-March the club would realise what they'd done and back track. Instead, I bet there have been people on the phone queuing all day to get their tickets sorted.
  15. Thought you had more class Jamie?

    Vile bloke, hope this ruins him.