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  1. Would probably want to drop a bomb on it. That's what they do.
  2. Don't get all this table football and computer football malarkey. What's wrong with getting out and getting your feet muddy these days? Probably not though as even some of the pitches kids play on seem to be synthetic now (and the balls don't weigh half a ton when they are wet any more).
  3. I read somewhere that the Sags had started up a women's team. I wonder what kind of talent that might attract
  4. Not Uncle Donald by any chance? I suppose that could make you Huey, Loius or Dewey though
  5. I'm not so sure we would have let Kelly go if JDS was not a done deal. Interestingly, I actually think Jay looks a better prospect than Danny Rose did at his age and look what happened there. I'm certain that City and JDS are a perfect match at the moment - he was really starting to prove himself at the end of the season and another season here will give him the oportunity to showcase his talents as first choice LB.
  6. I'm sure that the capital plus a few camels will do, but 11 camels would leave them without a team to start next season
  7. I've spoken to Callum on the way to a couple of games and he does seem to be a decent lad. When he is fit and motivated, he is well worth his place in the team, but something does not seem right lately with him not signing a contract, Lee saying his injury problem was not a physical one and him now being able to go off to train with Ireland. It may be just a case of his agent telling him he can get him a better deal elsewhere and he has just lost interest. Not very professional, but if he wants his career to follow the money, he might just end up as a journeyman. Personally, I thik that if he puts the work in and stays here, he has a great chance to make a real name for himself and even make big bucks in the prem or in europe in the future. Shame, but it's his decision and his life.
  8. Eddie. TBH, I agree with you. Just being a bit mischievous . They are a bit close to the edge though, adding all their losses annually to the debt on the Mem. All it takes is a downturn in the value of land or property (I presume the value is in the land rather than the tents) and it could all go a bit tits up. They will at some point need to sell the Mem or find a rich benefactor from the east. But I assume that Wally, being the nice man he is, will never shaft them as he will never want his £Xmillion back.
  9. It doesn't matter how big your turnover is really (unless it's an apple turnover). If you don't make a profit, you make a loss. In their case probably a bloody big one, which may explain why the can't publish their accounts as the want to leave it as long as they can before admitting that they are insolvent or try to sell something to put them back in the black. Only problem is that they don't have any players worth anything, their ground is mortgaged to the hilt and the bottom has fallen out of the second hand camping gear market.
  10. Daily Mail are reporting £17m. Now that certainly would be a club record. I'm sure Lloyd will make it, but that's a lot of money to risk on a youngster. Great business for us though and should allow us to strengthen in the areas we need to.
  11. https://images.app.goo.gl/8MMcpyjbCjWqUNQQ7 TheCAMP™ is portable, weather resistant, and designed for outdoor or indoor use. TheCAMP™ is patented and was designed, machined, and assembled in the United States. Unlike most television mounting brackets that are made from powder coated sheet metal, TheCAMP™ is constructed from high grade anodized aluminum and will not rust. TheCAMP™ is literally the only bracket in the world that can mount a flatscreen television in both a canopy tent and back at the house on any interior wall, next to the grill, or on a post next to the hot tub.
  12. Would rather they both lost tbh, but one will lose and the other will lose in the final anyway.
  13. It's OK, you only have to pay once and pass the ticket through the fence for your mates to use
  14. Not sure of the date of the rich list estimate but I suspect his wealth has significantly grown since as HL shares are now up to about £23 now. They were £1.60 when they floated on the stock exchange in 2008. Also, many people with this amount of wealth have a lot of money squirreled away in places where the Sunday times can't find it. They can probably only estimate from public records showing shareholdings share sales and property and I don't know how much detail they can obtain relating to worldwide assets, pension funds, etc.
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