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Posts posted by Greavsy

  1. 3 minutes ago, GMF said:

    Yes. At Burnley away, in September 2019, also the all group collaboration in late 2019 / early 2020 (sorry, I forget exactly when) and, also, early season 2021/22.

    More recently, I’ve been involved with discussions regarding the proposed revisions for 2022/23.

    Why do you ask? 

    Just curious. Respect. 

    Ben explained at the start of the meeting I attended that they needed to raise £x amount of money to make up for the shortfall. 

    It's easy to say the club shouldnt be charging for this or that, but saying we should spend more. That money has to come from somewhere. 

  2. 1 minute ago, GMF said:

    The last system, although in place for several seasons, definitely needed tweaking. The Club opted to monetise the system, under the justification of self funding, which, in my opinion, probably wasn’t necessary, except for a handful of games.

    We’re now in the third iteration of the revised scheme, which probably tells you all you need to know about versions one and two. 

    Did you attend any of the away ticket workshops? 

  3. The system is in place following lengthy consultation with the fans, I was at one of them. 

    The agreed process remains in place, I understand, albeit with less groups now. you can't have a process that the club puts into place or not as the league position dictates, as the usual moaners will, well moan about that. 

  4. 15 minutes ago, GMF said:

    Perhaps the narrow window has more to do with the fact that the season starts on the 30 July and decisions will have to be made quickly before the sale of tickets for Cardiff can commence? 

    No place here for your common sense answers. 

  5. 29 minutes ago, wcorkcanary said:

    More than ten times what they cost to make I'd say. Great value for all involved, except the purchaser.

    You're beginning to sound like someone else Corkio! 

    Wonder if you buy an adult  one this season they will give a free child's one for the next few seasons.... Seems only fair.. 

  6. 1 hour ago, raunds canary said:

    I can remember my first wife arranging for a rep to come round and quote for new windows and a door on a Wednesday evening whilst I was at carrow road. Last thing I said before going was not to agree to anything and not sign anything. Needless to say the following morning I was 6k down . And another reason why I'm not retired yet !

    Worth remembering if you get a quote from a cold caller / door knocker you have 14 days cooling off, however if you invite a company over to quote and you sign up with them,  you don't legally have a right to a cooling off period. 

  7. When I purchased my house they charged me £50 per previous installation to transfer the guarantee/s into my name/ ownership. However until I paid they wouldnt tell me how long each one had left. 

    I recently tried to claim, but evidently (what turns out to be) delamination isn't covered after 5 years. It's detailed in the exclusions in the paperwork I never had! 

    I wouldn't go near them for any products, much better available at a much cheaper price, almost anywhere else. Customer service is shocking too. 

  8. 18 minutes ago, keelansgrandad said:

    I do wonder what goes through someones mind when they originally think of these things. I mean, who was the very first person to think you could eat an egg from a chicken? Who thought about Todd with ****?

    Who discovered you could milk a cow, and what were they doing to discover it? 

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