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[quote user="Rock The Boat"]So Ed didn''t make Davos this year?[/quote]I hope notI''m not sure the NHS would be able to cope with all the RWNJ''s suffering from apoplexy

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[quote user="Redders Right Foot"]Clearly he’s getting a new owner for the club. Name change to Trump FC inbound. Well finally get that new stadium too[/quote]"We will have so much winning, you may get bored with the winning," TrumpNo-one wants that. [:D]

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Are you sure it was Mar-Largo

Looks like a drag ball at The Castle

The one in pink is surely a bloke

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I am a socialist. But I have to say I prefer Tory Boy Portillo''s Great Railway Journeys to the thought of watching our Chairman making a documentary with women who look like trannies.

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[quote user="Hoola Han Solo"]Ed Balls is only a figurehead and chair at meetings anyway. Everyone knows Delia is a little Hitler running the club as a dictatorship.[/quote]

Correct. Balls has absolutely no influence. It''s common knowledge that Balls wanted the club to sack Neil after relegation, but Delia would not entertain it. Then the board voted to sack Neil between Xmas and New Year and Delia played her veto to overrule.

Speak to anyone who works there, one person rules the club and one person only.

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[quote user="komakino"]Correct. Balls has absolutely no influence. It''s common knowledge that Balls wanted the club to sack Neil after relegation, but Delia would not entertain it. Then the board voted to sack Neil between Xmas and New Year and Delia played her veto to overrule.

Speak to anyone who works there, one person rules the club and one person only.[/quote]The last time you said something was "common knowledge" within the club it was plain wrong. Far from the directors having budgeted last season not to get promoted, as you kept on claiming ("As I have stated before, the club has not budgeted for and does not expect to get promoted this year. It''s common knowledge inside the club and of course, I''m not revealing my

sources. Let''s just say they''ve always come up with the goods so far."), the accounts showed that if anything the directors erred towards the side of financial recklessness in trying to get straight back up. Thereby increasing the need for cut-backs this season. I would find some new sources if I were you, assuming any existed in the first place.

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[quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="komakino"]Correct. Balls has absolutely no influence. It''s common knowledge that Balls wanted the club to sack Neil after relegation, but Delia would not entertain it. Then the board voted to sack Neil between Xmas and New Year and Delia played her veto to overrule.

Speak to anyone who works there, one person rules the club and one person only.[/quote]The last time you said something was "common knowledge" within the club it was plain wrong. Far from the directors having budgeted last season not to get promoted, as you kept on claiming ("As I have stated before, the club has not budgeted for and does not expect to get promoted this year. It''s common knowledge inside the club and of course, I''m not revealing my

sources. Let''s just say they''ve always come up with the goods so far."), the accounts showed that if anything the directors erred towards the side of financial recklessness in trying to get straight back up. Thereby increasing the need for cut-backs this season. I would find some new sources if I were you, assuming any existed in the first place.
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My previous comment is 100% correct. I''m fully aware of the financial situation, but Delia has abandoned the West Brom model. It is all about consolidation and cutting costs. EPL has been written off whether either of us like it or not.

I will say it until I''m blue in the face, Delia does not want promotion.

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[quote user="komakino"][quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="komakino"]Correct. Balls has absolutely no influence. It''s common knowledge that Balls wanted the club to sack Neil after relegation, but Delia would not entertain it. Then the board voted to sack Neil between Xmas and New Year and Delia played her veto to overrule.

Speak to anyone who works there, one person rules the club and one person only.[/quote]The last time you said something was "common knowledge" within the club it was plain wrong. Far from the directors having budgeted last season not to get promoted, as you kept on claiming ("As I have stated before, the club has not budgeted for and does not expect to get promoted this year. It''s common knowledge inside the club and of course, I''m not revealing my

sources. Let''s just say they''ve always come up with the goods so far."), the accounts showed that if anything the directors erred towards the side of financial recklessness in trying to get straight back up. Thereby increasing the need for cut-backs this season. I would find some new sources if I were you, assuming any existed in the first place.
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My previous comment is 100% correct. I''m fully aware of the financial situation, but Delia has abandoned the West Brom model. It is all about consolidation and cutting costs. EPL has been written off whether either of us like it or not.

I will say it until I''m blue in the face, Delia does not want promotion.[/quote]No. Not correct in any percentage. That claim of yours, stated several times, that the club had budgeted not to go up last season, was, to use a technical legal term, total b*ll*cks. If anything the direct opposite of what you claimed was true, as evidenced by last season''s finances. Your "common knowledge" source was plain wrong and there is no reason your latest "common knowledge" source is any less wrong.

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I don''t think you can accept that you support a club that has no will or intention of getting promoted. It will sink in and when it does, you''ll know I''m right.

As for the Delia Veto, that''s common knowledge, so I''m surprised you dissing that one. She can veto any decision made if she so wishes. As was Delia''s over-rule in the Xmas period of 2016 regarding Neil''s sacking.

Even Archant''s Michale Bailey knows the score and has ''hinted'' that the club ethos isn''t about promotion in his own ''around about reporting'' but clearly cannot say outright.

Consolidation, not promotion is the future and that is a very, very sad thing for all NCFC supporters.

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[quote user="komakino"][quote user="Hoola Han Solo"]Ed Balls is only a figurehead and chair at meetings anyway. Everyone knows Delia is a little Hitler running the club as a dictatorship.[/quote]

Correct. Balls has absolutely no influence. It''s common knowledge that Balls wanted the club to sack Neil after relegation, but Delia would not entertain it. Then the board voted to sack Neil between Xmas and New Year and Delia played her veto to overrule.

Speak to anyone who works there, one person rules the club and one person only.[/quote]

Well, she does own it. I expect you rule your wardrobe?

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Hey! Ed''s now a popular celebrideeee........and he''s done strictly and he turned last years City Christmas lights on as well......

He''s like our National Treasure and Canary Fan Stephen Fry was, and Ed''s putting NCFC on the international map......

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[quote user="komakino"]I don''t think you can accept that you support a club that has no will or intention of getting promoted. It will sink in and when it does, you''ll know I''m right.

As for the Delia Veto, that''s common knowledge, so I''m surprised you dissing that one. She can veto any decision made if she so wishes. As was Delia''s over-rule in the Xmas period of 2016 regarding Neil''s sacking.

Even Archant''s Michale Bailey knows the score and has ''hinted'' that the club ethos isn''t about promotion in his own ''around about reporting'' but clearly cannot say outright.

Consolidation, not promotion is the future and that is a very, very sad thing for all NCFC supporters.[/quote]I doubt you have much idea what I think, and I doubt I will ever find myself thinking you were right. Not least becauses you were spectacularly wrong in your repeated claim about last season, which gives you zero credibility for any claims now.Of course this season is now about consolidation, and that might apply to future seasons, because of a lack of finance, not least because the club did what you kept on saying it wasn''t doing and did err towards recklessness in trying to get straight back up. It has nothing to do with not wanting to get promoted (how do you explain our 2014-15 season, to name but one from the S&J era?) and everything to do with resultant harsh financial realities. And you hardly need inside information to work that out.

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I was right last season. The club did not budget for promotion because there was no intention of ever getting promoted. And they didn''t! Ever wonder why Neil was sacked so late...?

The club screwed up badly when they were last in the EPL and we are still feeling the cost of that. That is one of the reasons why Delia wants nothing to do with it. The ''West Brom'' model that was planned has been abandoned. Permanently.

So NCFC fans have to accept that there will not be a push towards the EPL because the majority shareholders do not want to be there.

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The reality is it’s a media society now, everyone wants to be in the limelight, good on Ed, he’s found his level, hopefully he’ll enjoy his time making another utterly shite tv programme for those of the TV generation.

As for Purple, surely it’s easier to budget and buy for a constant £27 million a year turnover than to try and budget for the greedy empire that is the premiership, with fat agents over paid, under talented players with massive egos. Sanchez reported to be on £400k a week! Little wonder no one can compete with football clubs who just don’t live in the normal world.

So I’m not suprised if our current owners don’t put a priority on getting promoted, not saying they don’t want success, but I can appreciate the nature of promotion brings more problems than it’s worth.

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[quote user="komakino"]I was right last season. The club did not budget for promotion because there was no intention of ever getting promoted. And they didn''t! Ever wonder why Neil was sacked so late...?

The club screwed up badly when they were last in the EPL and we are still feeling the cost of that. That is one of the reasons why Delia wants nothing to do with it. The ''West Brom'' model that was planned has been abandoned. Permanently.

So NCFC fans have to accept that there will not be a push towards the EPL because the majority shareholders do not want to be there.[/quote]The accounts say otherwise.

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[quote user="Indy"]The reality is it’s a media society now, everyone wants to be in the limelight, good on Ed, he’s found his level, hopefully he’ll enjoy his time making another utterly shite tv programme for those of the TV generation.

As for Purple, surely it’s easier to budget and buy for a constant £27 million a year turnover than to try and budget for the greedy empire that is the premiership,
with fat agents over paid, under talented players with massive egos. Sanchez reported to be on £400k a week! Little wonder no one can compete with football clubs who just don’t live in the normal world.

So I’m not suprised if our current owners don’t put a priority on getting promoted, not saying they don’t want success, but I can appreciate the nature of promotion brings more problems than it’s worth.[/quote]Indy, it isn''t easier for Norwich City to budget for staying in the Championship than budgeting to have a season in the Premier League. What is hard - one might even say verging on illegal in FFP terms - for Norwich City now is budgeting to compete for promotion in the Championship against much richer clubs. And budgeting to try to stay in the PL.

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That’s my point Purple, with the knowledge of a constant turnover of around 27 million the wage cap can be sustainable for this league. With promotion come daft wages huge bonuses, big transfers. The variables are much bigger than here in the knowledge that we can sell a few jams through the years to make up any shortfalls in money over a period.

I never said it’s what our owners want but it’s certainly more stable to run on the self sufficient focus.

Just look at RVW & Naismith, transfers and money between them must have cost our club 30 odd million for very little return.

I don’t blame the club for stability now with focus on football and the infrastructure, I would like to see our own youngsters rewarded with first team action though rather than loaning others!

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