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  1. From reading the details it seems like a great deal for fans... But a desperate one for the club. The ten years don't start until the team get promoted to the Premier League. Payment is for 10 years but it lasts for (at least) 15 years. Could last forever if they never get promoted. Cheapest is £4,550 which works out at just over £303 per year over the (minimum of) 15 years. Can sell each year of the ten (once promoted) back to the club for 10% of the total cost if you're that desperate. Keeping in mind the ticket lasts for 15 years so 10% puts you effectively in profit. What don't people like about it other than the payment up-front part?
  2. You speak like this was the one game to decide relegation? **** off.
  3. Looking forward to seein the part-time Bristol CIty/Liverpool fans who care more about that one game than the club as a whole.
  4. Glasgow are well supported but unfortunately for them very far away from the rest of the league. Leicester get alright crowds but never sell out, their primary audience is aging too. They're trying to get more kids and families interested but it's slow work. You're correct though on venue, Manchester's venue is also around 750. Most have up to 1,500 with Worcester and Leicester's 2,000-2,400 being a good spot to be able to have a small amount of growth. London Lions' venue is too much and if (when) the Royals fold I can see them taking Crystal Palace instead. In practice the idea of having Flyers games immediately after Bears/City games is a really good idea because people can hang around, get a few more drinks and the watch more sport but there's one point in there that stands out... "get a few more drinks". If the City game finishes at 16:30 and the Flyers doesn't start until 19:00, that's a fair amount of drinking to take into account and could cause issues. It's something the business are going to need to risk assess, try out and if it does cause issues then so be it. One thing I would definitely start doing though is multi-sport season tickets.
  5. Shame he couldn't have met one of the players Seriously though, when I was a kid, hanging out by the front row of the tunnel was the best plan if you didn't wanna be there half a day early.
  6. Go back to basketball! What do you know?!
  7. Ryan Taylor was an absolute pile of ****.
  8. Looks boring to me. Definitely has the sponsor on it too.
  9. Unless we "buck our ideas up", Bristol Rovers will get promoted... Solid logic.
  10. The title is exactly cryptic. Didn't really have to read anything else to know what it was about and be able to comment my thoughts.
  11. Are Bristol City in the Premier League? No. Then couldn't care less.
  12. Not that bothered. Would be nice to see the Bristol City name on a trophy and all that but I'm never gunna get upset if they get relegated either. He might be fit.
  13. What did we pay for him? Surely it'd be based on if there's a feeling he's progressed or regressed since?
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