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  1. The very interesting ones since your relegation aren’t quite out yet.....
  2. You should be more concerned about the 27 hedge funders that own you and say you already owe them £30 million, plus the parachute payments you have already used for this season borrowed from Barclays is it? £50 million down already, for a tin pot outfit with no rich owner, I smell trouble.....my heart bleeds
  3. Wow.....really interesting stuff.....we generally doubled your crowds last season, hardly big news either. Big wow
  4. Watching Man Utd? They all knew what league we’d be in when they renewed :laugh:....Man Utd? That team we destroyed a few months back at old Trafford in near silence bar a few thousand bluebirds....I hope we dont get promoted, the money league is killing the game as we know it.
  5. League cup bla bla....we have 18500 season ticket holders, that’s 3000 more than your entire average this season. welsh Wigan
  6. A jack talking about attendances......15,000 crowds to start this season and many ST holders not showing either. Welsh wigan as they are known in Wales, now all their glory hunting rugby fans have gone they are not left with much. Embarrassingly I think they still sing rugby songs as they have so few of their own.
  7. When you break it down the top 7 maybe 8 now are out there with wage bills over 150 million. Even clubs like Everton and West Ham are spending 200 million on players etc. So you are left with about 10 trying to stay out of the bottom 3. A huge jump for those coming up unless you do what maybe wolves did and loan a team but that season they lost 80 million going up! Even Brighton spent a bit this season and I thought they might struggle with the 3 promoted clubs. Yo yoing is ok but at some point you will probably overspend and be in the shit, a bit like the little club down the m4, still paying a few players 70k a week.
  8. Did enjoy it, saw it as bit of a novelty with no expectation. It’s like we couldn’t lose as relegation was always likely.
  9. I wouldn’t get too excited about a promotion to the money league, it isn’t all that, take away the extra cash which all goes on players wages and a few players that don’t interest the bigger six, patronised on motd and by the media etc....and then trying to balance the books when the inevitable comes along.....still, I guess you need to live it to know it.
  10. Which one? ccmb is the main one and for some reason it’s slower than Morrison today. Quite glad I can’t even log in to vent my spleen. Pack going off was a big one, but our midfield is shiiiite. I predicted 5th, make that 15th on today’s show.
  11. Yep forget the club that offered him the chance of Premier League football and a huge wage, forget the hometown club you’ve supposedly supported all your life, when Barcelona, Real Madrid and Fulham come calling, you go......
  12. Bizarre when you think back to how things were, at least we survived! Cracks me up when some clubs fans think coming to Cardiff is still dodgy :laugh:....it’s probably the safest place in the uk for a Saturday pm
  13. Yes, in those days we couldn’t ever seem to beat you. That open grange end was a shocker with no roof. Went to the return at yours, think we were 3 down by the time loads of us got into the ground....A young Andy Cole firing them in I think. The bad old days
  14. We’ve come a long way with a core support in the last 10 years/ new ground. I still miss the old shithole that was home but not the agro...first time I saw us play you lot was 1989, allegedly only 6000 in Ninian Park, and you must have brought 2500 at least. I’d never seen the away end that full. Just 3000 home fans back then.
  15. 18000, which I think is the most we’ve ever had.....in the championship
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