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nutty nigel

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    Move Ground to move forward.

    I guess that works with an HB and 10 woodbines
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    Move Ground to move forward.

    Oh I miss Tangie and his fag packet accounting. If we could sell two players and replace them with two others for 20m and a new stand it would be a no brainer... Where do we sign
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    Move Ground to move forward.

    I don't think anybody wouldn't like a better and bigger stadium. But the desire to have it seems to only happen when we are promoted. It was hardly mentioned the previous two seasons. My concern is that it won't come with a relegation clause. Would be great if it did! Having sat through various regimes giving the financial picture something they all agreed was the difficulty running a business that could have it's income slashed, so brutally, as happens upon relegation. I'm not an expert though. Purple and others makes a good case for doing it. Rickyy and others make a good case for not. I guess we have to trust the powers that be to know best. It will be interesting to hear any debate that happens at the AGM. There hasn't been any for a while.
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    Move Ground to move forward.

    Look back to this message board 15 years ago and look at the abuse Delia and Michael got for the South stand and community corner. Despite all the success on the field those facilities are the lasting legacy.
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    Move Ground to move forward.

    I don't think that's right Rickyyyy. Those old green gates were duckin' huge...
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    Move Ground to move forward.

    A lot of those arguments don't hold much water though. Unless I've missed it there was never a pecking order in home tickets. Just sale dates for members, ST holders, general sale. I may be wrong but I thought there was no advantage in having attended 10 games the previous year. Everybody seems to have a case for more entitlement to tickets than other fans.
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    Move Ground to move forward.

    The children and grandchildren go now Indy. If youngsters aren't getting in there are ways, even with the capacity as it is now. If the demand is there then 500 casual tickets could be set aside for family memberships. If there were 1,000 of these members they'd get 10 games each. I'm not against expanding the stadium either. I'm just against the debt. Glad you're getting more involved with PUPs, we need you.
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    Move Ground to move forward.

    Indy, I suspect it's not going to be as easy as you imagined getting your hands on casual tickets Twelve months there were fears that the stadium was too big.
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    Membership scheme talks to be held

    I'm sure someone will correct me if this is wrong but I thought these groups were represented or had that opportunity be represented in the previous consultations.
  10. Anyone for canary mail? Before that articles in WSC... https://www.wsc.co.uk/the-archive/30-Clubs/6523-instant-replayed--norwich-in-1982 https://www.wsc.co.uk/the-archive/30-Clubs/6363-tale-of-the-unexpected
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    City and the binners

    So these are the new totals.. And with £5,337 for the CSF from the Pink Un Pledges, sponsorships donations and competitions we now have a total of £12,854 since we began and after presenting £2,324 on April 6th we have £937 towards the next presentation.
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    City and the binners

    Wow! Thanks Mark You PUPs truly are amazing. I'll adjust the totals next chance I get. OTBC
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    City and the binners

    Massive thanks to all you PUPs who have contributed to make up for the binner KK not honouring his pledge. Also special thanks to Bill for starting the ball rolling. The link below shows that KK actually suggested the £1 per point again this season. Anyway, thanks to you wonderful PUPs we have another £50 in the presentation pot for our DS boys and girls. Here are the latest totals... And with £5,324 for the CSF from the Pink Un Pledges, sponsorships donations and competitions we now have a total of £12,841 since we began and after presenting £2,324 on April 6th we have £924 towards the next presentation.
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    Ricardo Remembers Part 1

    Thank you for posting this Rickyyyyy It's those memories of the surroundings and personal experiences that can't be found second hand. You'd be great at reminiscence.
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    Name these two..

    Always on the look out for pictures for Still On The Ball. I hadn't seen this one before. It's a great photo! Maybe someone from Rickyyyyy's era could name these two?
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    City and the binners

    Canaryeddie@aol.com Thanks for sharing it Bill
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    City and the binners

    Thank you Canary Wundaboy you We've got more stars on this thread in the present than they have on their shirts from the past. I reckon if king keano had paid up it would have been in old money..
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    Name these two..

    Good call Duncan. Us oldies forget the recent stuff 75,000 at OT last time? And we won!
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    Name these two..

    Peter Silvester?
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    Name these two..

    You got him Pops. Bobby Smith. Interesting about the biggest crowd. 67,633 (£9,315) it may well be? Old Trafford in 1967 was 63,000? And the ref is J.W. Topliss from Grimsby
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    Name these two..

    Ron but not Cliff.
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    Name these two..

    How about these two... (And the ref?)
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    Name these two..

    He's rated as New Zealand's best ever player Pops so you were awesome 21 places above Chris Killen.... https://www.ranker.com/list/famous-soccer-players-from-new-zealand/reference
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    Name these two..

    Yes, that is one of my favourites Tilly. It's also the only picture I have of Rickyyyy......
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