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|Cancelling Season Ticket, and this Early Bird boll*cks|
at 11:16 22 Mar 2017
So like many on here I will be cancelling my direct debit after the April payment has gone out. Think the early bird deadline set at midday on a matchday (Apr 17), which is also SBR day is a really sneaky move. How many will actually forget to cancel, and it does concern me to a point that if I cancel my dd beforehand they could well block my entry to the ground, bound to feck that up aren't they.
Am I also right in thinking you supposed to put this in writing via an e-mail etc.? Not had a renewal yet through the door, but I simply can't renew until I know what is going to happen over the summer, fully expect the deadline to be shifted as per last season as this makes logical sense on so many reasons but ITFC don't do logical.
|The final straw for me, this club is just ripping the pi** out of its fans|
at 22:51 16 Mar 2017
Was willing to renew and was expecting some kind of loyalty and thanks for the continued support I have given over the years especially in what has been an appalling, dull and uninspiring year.
The choice to so poorly market the forthcoming season is beyond belief, to actually have the nerve to increase prices where even leaving them as they were would have been a cheek is simply gobsmacking.
There is nothing there to entice me back, nothing there to make me think oh things will improve, nothing there to say your loyalty will be rewarded and more importantly thank you.
If they had to put prices up, at least say sorry but these are the reasons, a, b c etc. and state where they are trying to take us, but as usual just nothing.
Marcus Evans you're a joke, and I for one am not prepared to line your pockets anymore without any vision or plans for the club forthcoming.
This makes me terribly sad, but this club is dying and I feel there is little we can do about it. My heart will always say go and support the team you love, but my head has to rule over this one, until the club gets real with it philosophy and the regard of it fans it can count me out.
|Games at PR this season|
at 10:50 8 Mar 2017
Barnsley (1st half was awful)
|Marcus Evans manager shortlist if MM should go.........|
at 10:42 8 Mar 2017
OK long list, but this is the sort of manager he will look at, oh joy!
|So whats going to entice me back next season?|
at 10:26 8 Mar 2017
1. Mick McCarthy still manager
2. Boring/Negative football week in week out
3. No show of owner
4. Lack of funds invested into team
5. Over inflated ticket prices
6. Lack of youngsters being integrated into side consistently
7. Lack of atmosphere at Portman Road
8. Direction of club unknown
9. Poorly kept stadium
10. Constant praising of opposition and players
1. New manager, with new ideas
2. Attacking intent, looking to win games
3. Owner showing his enthusiasm and support for the club
4. Owner backing his manager and providing funds for exciting new players
5. Ticket prices made to encourage new fans and keep those loyal fans happy
6. Youngsters given opportunities with promise to keep place if playing well
7. Portman Road rocking, fans enjoying their football W L or D and proud of their team
8. Direction of the club outlined and positive steps made
9. Stadium given a spruce up, tired looking and dirty stands cleaned up
10. Not worrying about the opposition, letting them worry about us, not set up to match them.
I don't think we'd even get a mix of the 2 categories.
at 15:03 6 Mar 2017
Seems he has become the new scapegoat for some of the idiots on here and on the messages. Actually thought he had a good game on Saturday and at Carrot Road, and has been said on hear numerous times it should have been him and an more attacking midfielder with him as his partner, not the constant Douglas pairing. We now have that in Huws and the difference has been massive, yet some still need to have a pop at someone. We weren't great on Saturday but that was in no way down to Skuse, the attacking players were actually the ones who played poorly, i.e. McGoldrick and Lawrence but they are allowed to have the odd poor game. Baffling!
|ITFC Quiz - Part 1|
at 09:47 1 Mar 2017
1. Dean Gerken made his Colchester United debut back in 2004 against Brentford. Which former Town midfielder lined up against him that day?
2. Jonas Knudsen is known for his long throws, however which former Town loanee once held the world record for his throw-in?
3. Luke Chambers joined Town from Nottingham Forest in the summer of 2012, but which former Town midfielder also left the tricky trees that summer on a Bosman?
4. Tommy Smith represented England at the 2007 U-17 World Cup, which former Town loanee also appeared in the same competition that year?
5. Christophe Berra won the supporters player of the year award in 2014, name the former Dutch international midfielder who won the award and then later scouted for Town
6. Teddy Bishop made his Town debut in a cup tie at Crawley, who made their first and only appearance for Town also in that game.
7. Cole Skuse made his full debut for Bristol City against Wrexham in 2005, which former Town captain lined up against him that day?
8. Leon Best made his Ireland debut in 2009, which former Town defender also made his debut in that game?
9. David McGoldrick scored his first senior goal at the New Den for Southampton, which former Town keeper kept goal for the Saints that day?
10. Brett Pitman hit his first senior hattrick for Bournemouth against Peterborough, which former Town loanee contributed from the wing that day?
11. Paul Digby won Barnsley's Academy player of the year in 2008, who won Town's Harold Smith Trophy that same year?
Please let me know if you enjoyed this, and I'll start compiling Part 2!
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