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Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan

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  1. To the Gas, Barnsley is a big club. Likewise a trip to Molineux, Bramell Lane, Elland Road or the Stadium of Light is a ‘once in a blue moon’ big day out. Their home and away attendances against these sides reflect this. As for us I think we’ve spent far too long in the past at L1 level playing other L1 teams to be considered a ‘big draw’ for the majority of L1/L2 sides. Playing in the Prem is no indicator of club size. Wednesday and Leeds haven’t been in the top flight for donkeys years but no one could seriously suggest Wigan, Reading or Blackpool are anywhere near the size of those clubs. In their brief visits to the 3rd tier, Weds and Leeds are a genuinely ‘big draw’. We are a pretty big club for L1 but thats It.
  2. That thread went down well didn't it? Love the way it surfaces on here today of all days, "return on investment....zero again" says the OP in his cringeworthy attempt at humour. On a day when we've just sold an Academy player for £13 MILLION.
  3. 2 days before the final their ticket sales finished up at 26k. Most of the top tier was unsold where there’s room for 20k fans from each club. There were plenty of tickets available right until the match so they wouldn’t have been given any tickets in areas unsold by Grimsby fans....there was just no demand for it. Therefore, given the fact that over half the top tier (Rovers end) was unsold there was no way they could’ve had 30k there, let alone 30k+. The figures don’t add up and pictures of the day show this. With POTD it looks like they had around 28k there.
  4. This Overrated manchild. ”listen right, at the end of the day right, me fans right, me fans...listen yeah, me fans yeah, it’s my fault you know, I pick the team yeah, listen right....” Berk. I was gutted they got rid of him, not only was he taking them down but he was probably pissing the owners off big time as well.
  5. What a bitter w@n ker I bet he was crying inside that night just like most of them were when we beat Man Utd the other Christmas. Hoped to see us humiliated and was left badly disappointed....that’s when they say “it’s not fair, they weren’t trying hard enough” like whiney snotty little children. Hahahaha, maggots How did they get on up at Anfield against Liverpool? ....although I expect they’ll claim that Liverpool were playing out of their skins that night.
  6. Another one gone from ‘that’ season. Bit gutted to be honest. Cheers for everything Frankie
  7. Ladies and Gentlemen, the standard Saghead....
  8. I could be wrong however I’m pretty sure they haven’t had a game at the Mem this season with 9k+ home fans.
  9. Have we ever used the Mem in any of our marketing videos? Dont think so, don’t think we need to. Needy Gas stalkers, I wonder what they’re going to use our stadium as advertising for next?
  10. One is known as the ‘the Chocolate Box’ the other is known as ‘the Chocolate Starfish’.
  11. “Ye BuT wE nevr TaLK abOUT dem ShIT edS” hahaha obsessed morons. Just imagine what they’d be like if we suffered the humiliation of dropping out of the entire League? They’ll probably have a thread for Derby’s game tomorrow as well. At the very least we’ll still be Championship club next season, something they haven’t been for decades. Mind the Gap.
  12. Look at the teams we were competing with for the last 2 Play Off places. Villa, Middlesbrough and Derby. They can only dream rubbing shoulders with the likes of those teams let alone beating Sheffield Utd and West Brom. Its easy to sit in the shadows and sneer at your bigger, better supported more ambitious neighbours. I almost pity them for being so pathetic. Proud of my club.
  13. Really? I think they’re averaging around 600 this season. For a club who play in a City of half a million people I think their away support, like their home support, is woefully shit.
  14. EHH?? but, but, but...what about ‘da famous quarters’ and Irene? Surely like everyone who comes into contact with them he’s ‘Gas fer life’? There must be a mistake.
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