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Silvio Dante

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  1. For all the slating of our social media team, fair play..,
  2. Might have slightly misinterpreted what I meant - I don’t think it’s likely Harper was ready for L2 (although the same could be argued for Webb), it’s whether we loan him to Yate/Weston level or keep in U23 as that’s likely the highest level available - but he’s probably better than that. Morton I’d like to loan to L2 but it’s unlikely we’d get that with no takers thus far. JoJo understand keeping as no 3 but he won’t play barring a crisis. Just conscious there could be some real stunting of development
  3. Just reading up on the fact that the NL season may not start as anticipated due to lack of spectators. Thought struck me that a) What a good job Tinnion is doing in securing league loans for players such as Edwards/Webb. In the case of the latter, he was Yate last year so Newport massive step up. b) In the counterpoint, we have players who are undoubtedly ready for a loan at that kind of level - I’m thinking Vince Harper, and although it’d be a step back from FGR, Wollacott and Morton in view of how far away they are from the first team. So, development wise, with the
  4. I was reading an article the other day that said Darrell Clarke was at our game with Northampton as Walsall were playing them next. Also seen Southgate in the stand at a few prem games. IIRC when the Bundesliga started they could have a maximum of 250 a game including staff, players etc. My guess is that after you take out the necessary people for the game to be played there are c100-150 spaces, and it’s how the clubs choose to allocate those - between press, owners and scouts. I’d see the ability to allow an opposition representative to watch the game to be key to the overall running of
  5. @Riaz - if you go 8 rows down from the circle then you’re there. Spent a few thankless hours last night trying to find my kids names. Got one quickly but can’t find the other so have to wait for it to arrive. Did find Jack Leach and Louis Britton though!
  6. Brooks Ghosts Have been through loads of different trainers, including other brooks, but the ghosts absolutely piss on them. Last a long time, really comfortable and not excessively pricey. Good choice
  7. He genuinely just said “Noige one of those unusual Hungarian pronounciations by the way”
  8. For the purpose of illustration, let’s split the difference. Say 4500 streams we sell, so we get 50k home/40k away. Over the course of a season (hoping it doesn’t go on that long), it’s £2.07m revenue. Obviously if we keep going as we are, that’ll increase, but if we fall off, it’ll drop. There’s also the sky games issue - but I assume we’d be given more than the £45k a game from those. Feels like we should probably anticipate £1.5-£2.5m revenue a year. 14,000 STH paying average £300 each brings in £4.2m. Therefore, even before POTD/match day revenue, we’re already way down on income - al
  9. My guess is that your passes sold (whether home or away) would be a relatively consistent proportion of your home fans attendance. If we get 20k city fans in AG most games, then I’d think there will be: - Some who attend with others, therefore taking that down to (say) 10k max sales - Some who don’t want to stream (doing other things, lack of atmosphere, hate Downsy) - Illicit streamers (on that note I get the financial position some people are in but I think if you can support the club and pay for your stream, you should) I reckon we’d get 5000-6000 streams a game. Assume
  10. This is a really interesting piece from Colchester’s chairman, and I thought it merited separate discussion as opposed to being lost in the wider discussion about fans return. https://www.cu-fc.com/news/2020/september/club-statement/ Essentially, for the streaming the home team keep all the income from home fans buying passes, but only receive income for the first 500 sales on any away passes. The remaining away sales income goes to the away team. This means that we will liable make money as a club from away games. Before, we’d be on a commission of ticket sales (say 5% of
  11. To be fair, the one thing amongst his word salad that Gove said was sensible was that it wasn’t about necessarily the watching of the game, it was the crowds in the concourses and tubes/buses etc at pinch points like half time etc. Its also worth saying that some teams have turned down the pilot events because they would lose money if less than x fans came in. If I take the blue few, the Memorial isn’t really set up to allow a good flow for exit/entrance without pinch points so even on a small attendance, there is some logic. Even at Yate Town the other night, total social distance
  12. I think I looked at Stokes team today and saw what I’d say were a lot of average or past their best players on likely big wages - your Vokes, Fletchers, Martins-Indi, Chester. And that’s without the wages being spent on Butland and Afobe, Woods etc. I don’t think we’ve “overtaken” them. I do think that they are at a real pinch point with the last year of parachutes and the above squad. So, I think we’re better positioned than them moving forward - which is a slightly more nuanced side of the same question
  13. What I would say is the booking was a fantastic tactical foul. The break was on and making that challenge showed real awareness and a great bit of game management - which I think we’d all acknowledge we’ve not been great at. Definitely his quietest game of the season. However, with a goal a game prior, that was bound to come.
  14. Is that the Scottish 50 year old lad who hates woke culture, migrants, masking and the EU?
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