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Dave

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  1. When JL was doing his interview about the “brilliant” launch the kit campaign and our “brilliant” new app, I genuinely though that as a wheelchair user with a Season Ticket holder, this was the season when I would not have to incur extra costs by ringing up for friendly and cup game tickets. Seems I was wrong.
  2. Well, we have got a great app, and the launch the kit saga was a success.
  3. If it’s £5m, that would suggest his value has not increased in the last 12 months.
  4. You do wonder how long it is before the EFL decide the football matches would be better without the 90 minutes of football.
  5. I find it quite interesting that Premier League clubs were interested in Bobby Reid in pre season, when he could not even get into a bottom half Championship side.
  6. A question I have posed before, which is safer Standing in a seated area (as happens now, in lots and lots of instances) or Standing in a Safe Standing area?
  7. Does Alton Towers have any rollercoaster ride to match a Korey Smith last minute winner versus Man Utd high, and the total match on Monday low.
  8. It was nil nil when Wright and Kent went off. So the cheered substitutions did not work.
  9. As pledged, I donated the amount equivalent to the 15% discount I received as a result of the phasing in of increases for wheelchair supporters. COYR
  10. I suspect because other fans would have to move seats, and we know that is not popular.
  11. No problem. As I am a wheelchair using supporter who sits in A10 of the Dolman Stand and £60 was the reduction from the originally quoted price, to the revised 15% reduced price.
  12. Well last Thursday I received a refund of just over £60 on my purchase of 2018/19 season ticket, as a direct result of the actions of the SC&T. Thank You. Money I have already pledged to donate to the fund they have proposed to help younger fans attend games at Ashton Gate. Great idea.
  13. On reading this thread, I do feel it is time for everyone to take a deep breath. It makes me angry when I hear City supporters arguing and insulting each other. Five years ago, when my brother Ian passed away lots of parts of the Bristol City family showed their support for me and my family. Something I will never forget. We all want the same thing, an enjoyable, affordable and hopefully winning match day experience watching our team. The proposed “Fans funding Fans of the Future” is a great initiative, which will enable, those who feel their should have been an across the board increase to contribute and aid those who feel priced out. This is an opportunity to pull everyone together to enhance our Club for now and the years to come.
  14. I think the “Fans funding Fans of the Future” is a fantastic idea. When I am able to make a contribution, I will donate the money from my 15% reduction as a wheelchair using supporter in the Dolman Stand, announced yesterday.
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