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  1. This. Would be massively annoyed if we once again went with the cheap option. Lot of the fans problem with LJ was he wasn't a tried and tested manager. He was a former player with a coaching badge. Think vasg majority of fans, whilst thank Lee for what he did, want to move onwards and upwards, and make positive steps forward by hiring a top coaching team. We've got all the foundations to challenge for play offs/promotion, but lacking the coaching/management team. Fill this slot, and most fans will be happy. Getting a L2 manager doesn't exactly fill me with excitement. It's ea
  2. Clubs very much are community assets, christ, you only have to go to places like Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, the entire city is devoted to their football team. Take that away, and they've got nothing. Football is a part of so many people's lives, a break from the 9-5 office job, a talking point, a chance to socialise, to feel part of a bigger family. All for some bent businessman to walk in and try and Rob the club of its assets and funds? Absolutely disgraceful. And it happens far too often. Charlton still going through some crap recently I believe, owners stripping club assets t
  3. Pop, you just have to look at the recent history of crooks that have passed this pointless test to know it's not worth the paper it's written on. The only ones that suffer are the fans. The EFL and the crooked owners just get away with it time and time again.
  4. If you click on the tweet that The Batman shared, it has all the details of this on there. There is potentially a made up Asian business owner at the heart of all of this.... Lots of what's said makes frightening reading to be honest, and extremely plausible. If true, the EFL needs the biggest shakeup in its history in my view. How many times do fans of various clubs have to suffer at the hands of them for failing to protect them with an actual fit and proper persons test, and corrupt money men trying to bleed the club dry of every pound it's got. Shambolic if true.
  5. I absolutely couldn't agree more. We've seen this time and time again with Johnson. This is partly why I think a lot of fans want him out and someone new in, someone who can utilise and make the best out of our squad. Players like palmer can absolutely win us games if used correctly. He's a great attacker, not a great defender. Play a system where he can play, with confidence. But he has no confidence due to whatever has happened between him and LJ. Extremely frustrating as a fan to see.
  6. Talk about being reactive instead of being proactive. If everyone else can see the problem before us, why can't he?
  7. Honestly I really dispair at fan engagement at our club, not just some of the time, but most of the time. The email that was sent, at 5pm don't forget on a Friday, where people had to choose 4 options with 1 of those options being unfavourable to the club, so they hid it amongst small print, with the idea that if you do nothing by Tues, the club will keep your money. Yet our supporters trust put forward an idea, not unique, but unique for our club in this current climate, something that could get fans laughing, joking and getting involved in raising a bit of money for CHARITY, not
  8. Think the point the OP is making, is that it's a great way to raise money for charities.... Not to intimidate the away team.
  9. I understand the sentiment, but you have absolutely no idea what people's financial situation is suddenly like. From February til now, an awful lot has changed. There's an insane amount of people I know personally who have been made redundant and lost their jobs. Suddenly that guaranteed income they had back in February has gone, a lot more people now looking for work thus harder to find employment. I'm playing devil's advocate here, I still have a job, I've been working non stop throughout this entire thing, can only dream of the state paying 80% of my wage whilst I do housework and whatever.
  10. Whilst people love a bloody good moan on here, I actually think this is the rare occasion where people have a right to complain. Crowds aren't going to be in stadiums anytime soon, people are struggling financially, lost jobs, lost loved ones etc. The club should really be giving the option to those who bought next season ST's a refund, due to the current climate that people find themselves. In the grand scheme of things, a few 100k or even a few mill to a club our size isn't a huge sum of money. I've found the clubs relationship with the fans over the last few years to be piss poor. The
  11. Absolutely incredible! Top man!
  12. Really? Ronaldo set to become the first footballer worth £1 billion... And he's under 40 years old, looking like he does. Still plenty of time to 'have fun'. I know between Tommy docs career and Ronaldo whose I'd rather have!
  13. Totally agree mate. This sort of thing just keeps happening, and all for what?! Extremely sad and very frustrating.
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