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  1. same problem here.."database error"
  2. I agree with you. Seems as though that we have sold players for a lot of money, and replaced them with older injury prone players. The rot starts at the very top. Ideally, Mark Ashton needs to go, followed by Jon Lansdown, Dean Holden and the two coaches. I would put the Tinman in until the end of the season, purely to keep us up (assuming he would take it) We then need to use the time to recruit a Director of Football and a Manager who would work with him. I wonder whether Stephen Lansdown will consider whether he wants to go through a rebuild, or sell up?
  3. I’ve just cancelled the direct debit for my Season Card. Despite being furloughed I did the right thing I thought, by keeping going and paying to watch games on Robins I’ve supported City since running on the pitch as a kid when we beat Portsmouth to go up to the old First Division. I was there when we beat Arsenal in our first game in Div One at Highbury. Ive missed not being there, but I’m sure that someone from the club will no doubt blame the lack of fans at the game as one of the reasons for the defeat. The performance today. Despite the injuries, we had enough to beat Cardiff
  4. It does seem to be a daft way to go about it. Having to pay money to get it back sounds like the weirdest ponzi scheme imaginable!!
  5. Thats the one thing that keeps nagging at me!
  6. Hello, Apologies if this has been covered elsewhere, if it has please delete I pay for my season ticket by direct debit at £38 a month on top if that I'm paying for Robins TV at say £20 or £30 a month to see the games. I get my pro rata refunds from the club at the end of the month Ive asked the club what the consequences of cancelling my season ticket are? They've said PROBABLY no store discounts, possible loss of early bird discount for next seasons discount and possible loss of paying for my next season ticket by direct debit Personally. I feel it just seems daft that I
  7. Someone phone LJ and say he can come back
  8. Does a coach at Millwall know something?
  9. Exactly. Before Johnson got the job, people were getting themselves excited that Moyes, Pearson etc etc were in the running. It wasn't going to happen because of the cost of the Manager, his backroom staff, and that's before they discussed their transfer budget. Theres no sell on value with a Manager, and the club would rather spend money(albeit not a lot) on the transfer fee for a player plus wages, because theres the possibility of a profit with an onward transfer
  10. Do you know how much he earns? Way out of league because of the financial considerations
  11. I totally agree with you. Sometimes just sometimes we all need to think about what a decent place the club is in now Not everyone will be happy, a bit like the bloke who was having a right old temper tantrum in the South Stand Concourse before the match on Sunday Complaining that he couldn’t have Ice with his Diet Coke, and that “the @@@@@ club have had months to get this right in the close season” When people are complaining about the lack of Ice in their coke, it’s a distraction from other stuff!
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