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B.I.G

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Singing is obviously more difficult when the crowds are tight and spread about. If people want more noise it’s for a few to crawl the Rabble troops together & start the well known tunes that mean more of those spread about behind the goal are likely to join in. Try out new fancy stuff & you might amuse yourself and a few around you at how witty and clever you are but it won’t catch on right away, therefore the players won’t get the benefit of a roaring crowd.
Living in the past Mishi.
 

billbond

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I understand that it's very difficult for newspapers to survive and they have to generate some income from people reading their content online, but there comes a point where the adverts come in so thick and fast you just think FUCK THIS.

Case in point: The Non League Football Paper. There's about 5% content in this screengrab, the rest is animated drivel and adverts.

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Yeah that is awful imho
horrible lay out , all over the place
 

Pink Panther

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Presume they will be ending their deal with Arsenal Women FC?

Women | Arsenal.com
On a serious note, that reflects very poorly on them as a club and demonstrates a total lack of respect for the supporters. That statement is clearly the view of the club's major shareholder(s)/benefactor(s) and pays no heed to the club representing any sort of group, whether its regular supporters or the community as a whole.

Coincidentally ex-Hamlet manager John Ryan popped up as a new member on one of my Facebook groups only a few days ago. Out of interest I clicked on his timeline and saw he'd shared loads of pro-Brexit stuff. (Personally I don't have a strong opinion on whether or not we're better in or out of the EU, frankly I think we've been fed so much bullshit by fanatics on both sides I can hardly tell the difference.) However it turns out he's retired and emigrated to fucking Spain. Typical! Just like Michael Caine, Roger Daltrey etc. Wouldn't surprise me if the Borehamwood bloke is a tax exile too. And don't get me started on Jacob Rees-Twat relocating his hedge fund business to an EU nation. If you expect British residents to live outside the EU fucking come back and join us!
 

StephenMac

Well-Known Member
On a serious note, that reflects very poorly on them as a club and demonstrates a total lack of respect for the supporters. That statement is clearly the view of the club's major shareholder(s)/benefactor(s) and pays no heed to the club representing any sort of group, whether its regular supporters or the community as a whole.

Coincidentally ex-Hamlet manager John Ryan popped up as a new member on one of my Facebook groups only a few days ago. Out of interest I clicked on his timeline and saw he'd shared loads of pro-Brexit stuff. (Personally I don't have a strong opinion on whether or not we're better in or out of the EU, frankly I think we've been fed so much bullshit by fanatics on both sides I can hardly tell the difference.) However it turns out he's retired and emigrated to fucking Spain. Typical! Just like Michael Caine, Roger Daltrey etc. Wouldn't surprise me if the Borehamwood bloke is a tax exile too. And don't get me started on Jacob Rees-Twat relocating his hedge fund business to an EU nation. If you expect British residents to live outside the EU fucking come back and join us!
Not sure he's an exile as such. I suspect that he's got more than one eye on the impending EU anti-avoidance legislation.

He's an absolute arsehole of a bloke with a conviction for assaulting three women to boot. Shit house of a club really.
 

brixtonblade

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Are kids allowed in the bar? Thinking about going to watch the Sheffield United game on Sky there tomorrow and wondering if I could take my son.
 

MrFouldsy

Active Member
Standing in the bar before the game today it struck me that the Trust Board Members should all be wearing a rosette, sash and a brightly coloured top hat to make themselves known to the ordinary, everyday fans. Missed opportunity to engage.
I fully support this. Great initiative.

I was looking for a board member to watch my pint while I went to the toilet, but couldn't find one.
 

Lyham

Active Member
Standing in the bar before the game today it struck me that the Trust Board Members should all be wearing a rosette, sash and a brightly coloured top hat to make themselves known to the ordinary, everyday fans. Missed opportunity to engage.
Here was one
 
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