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  1. Bloody good job. We’ve been on the receiving end since we’ve been back in the championship.
  2. They’re at it again. Icegas Fans' Favourite 20 hours ago Jomo and gertrude1883 like this Quote I don't know if the opening poster is on the wind up or not...But with respect if you look at clubs like Wigan and Hull that are now back in our league. Or at clubs like Swansea,Cardiff, Reading, Rotherham,Bournemouth, Huddersfield,Stoke and others.All have been mostly played in the bottom two levels and never filling there old grounds 10/15 years ago and before spending time in th
  3. Bloody hell you’ve made it. You’ll have a blue tick before you know it! EDIT: just seen @ExiledAjax beat me to it.
  4. Ah, ok, that is an interesting split. I agree it would be good to understand fully how that is broken down. That’s the key though isn’t it? I’ve gone off the deep end, but with a little bit more info from the club to show what costs are being faced, it’s likely I would acknowledge the extra cost and not start moaning. I still wouldn’t pay a tenner to watch this match on Robins TV though, but at least I’d be doing so without being cross about it.
  5. Understood. But we cannot be the only club that charged the equivalent first round Plymouth matches at a tenner over the last couple of years. Which means EFL are setting the price to high. Did all of those clubs make representations and dig their heels in? To be fair, I’ll just listen to the radio commentary and not pay. I’m no longer a fan but a customer.
  6. It would likely only be a tenner with a crowd. To try and charge the same to watch on the television-an inferior product by far is taking the piss.
  7. Sometimes we are not the most embarrassing club in the league!
  8. 100% agree and I guess the problem is the pay per game price point allows non season ticket holders to watch the season cheaper. So maybe the pay per game price needs to be higher to give season ticket holders the perceived value they expect.
  9. I think it will be less than that, otherwise how do you cater for those sat in the middle of rows who are invariably last minute.com, Mr Thirsty, pieman and Captain Slackbladder.
  10. 5. “Had a good song that would lift the atmosphere and therefore the team”
  11. FFS we’ve got the head girl as our manager and not Dirty Doris who let you have a feel behind the bike shed. Disappointed.
  12. Hmmmm. The area known as St Phillips MARSH that apart from a blocked up lock at Totterdown Basin is essentially an island. Nope, can’t see any problems.
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