For any season ticket holders that may be affected by the decision for the home match on the 19th December 2015, to offer the whole of the Cobbold stand for the away support, and those that have an unhealthy interest in the opposition club. They apologise, but trust affected supporters will understand that this decision has been taken to avoid extra moaning from those that might otherwise have to support their own club if the additional seats were not made available.
Would be interested to know, before next season what thoughts are on this feature - if it is liked, should be kept, a waste of time... etc. We know that some have perhaps worked better than others, but would like to gauge overall opinion.
For those that have been involved in doing them, it has often taken a fair amount of time to do each one, so should we do them again next season? If so, and if anyone else wanted to contribute any, then feel free to say. If they are generally thought of as a waste of time, then we needn't bother.
The Iron Throne
The Lion Slayer
Sorry We're Closed
"They need to increase the speed limit to 30 round here."
I just called in at McDonalds to get a coffee on the way to the station, and while waiting for the coffee to come, someone stood alongside me to place their order and said "Can I go large with a Big Tasty with bacon, no tomato, large fries and I'll have a chocolate milkshake with that?"
I just thought "Yes, you probably can, and will."
It really annoys me when people ask "Can I get...?" or "Can I go..." When asking for something or buying something, not to mention the lack of manners. I suppose I should just not let it, but it's not that easy.
Do you have a break during the summer, or do you still like to retain an air of busy c***ishness?
For instance, when there's been a few links and a story such as "Murphy top of Cardiff Wish List" etc... have you had a peek at the Cardiff forum to see what their comments are about him and the links?
With it being 10 years, are we due anything further from Charlton now?
If not, we should've had that built into the deal... Sheepy out.
Four-Year Deal for Bent1st Jun 2005 12:37 Striker Darren Bent is expected to sign a four-year deal with Charlton later today. Town have accepted a fee of £2.5 million rising to £3 million fee plus a sell-on for the 21-year-old.0