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Evans has 2 options 10:00 - Aug 2 with 1053 viewsBluefish

The club wont ever pay off his debt for the remainder of his life. Football clubs don't make money especially if you want to be better than others in your league. He can close it down and stop himself losing more money that he will never see again or he can find a level where a club our size can be sustainable, this will mean slashing costs far beyond what we have seen so far and they and be a club similar to the likes of Accrington Stanley.

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Evans has 2 options on 10:04 - Aug 2 with 841 viewsReuser_is_God

Or he can sell it as & when he finds a buyer.

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Evans has 2 options on 10:04 - Aug 2 with 833 viewsWarkTheWarkITFC

Those are the two options are they Einstein?

Close it down or keep getting relegated until we make as much from ticket sales as we pay in wages?

So there's no option to invest and try and get promoted, to sell the club, or to even give it away.

Just to close it down or aim for successive relegations?

I'd be amazed if Lambert doesn't take your advice now. Clearly the Lionel Messi of rationale.

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Evans has 2 options on 10:05 - Aug 2 with 829 viewsStokieBlue

It was good effort with some good points until you went for Accrington Stanley.

SB

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One of his problems is the..... on 10:05 - Aug 2 with 838 viewsBloots

….sodding great ground that he doesn't own but has to upkeep.

Fully expect large parts of it to be shut off next season, if not earlier.

It will end up being torn down and used for a "community sports project" of some sort.

We'll be groundsharing with Colchester in a few years.

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Evans has 2 options on 10:05 - Aug 2 with 817 viewsBluefish

Evans has 2 options on 10:04 - Aug 2 by Reuser_is_God

Or he can sell it as & when he finds a buyer.


Top bantz

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Evans has 2 options on 10:07 - Aug 2 with 802 viewsReuser_is_God

Evans has 2 options on 10:05 - Aug 2 by Bluefish

Top bantz


Top bantz is a grown adult trolling on the internet.

Silly cnt

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Evans has 2 options on 10:07 - Aug 2 with 798 viewsBluefish

Evans has 2 options on 10:04 - Aug 2 by WarkTheWarkITFC

Those are the two options are they Einstein?

Close it down or keep getting relegated until we make as much from ticket sales as we pay in wages?

So there's no option to invest and try and get promoted, to sell the club, or to even give it away.

Just to close it down or aim for successive relegations?

I'd be amazed if Lambert doesn't take your advice now. Clearly the Lionel Messi of rationale.


Please let me know which clubs above us make money?


Please also let know the level of investment required and at what point it will be paid off?

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Evans has 2 options on 10:09 - Aug 2 with 784 viewsBluefish

Evans has 2 options on 10:07 - Aug 2 by Reuser_is_God

Top bantz is a grown adult trolling on the internet.

Silly cnt


Perhaps the grown adult bit is why you can't grasp the situation. Maybe one day you will understand x

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Evans has 2 options on 10:10 - Aug 2 with 772 viewsWarkTheWarkITFC

Evans has 2 options on 10:07 - Aug 2 by Bluefish

Please let me know which clubs above us make money?


Please also let know the level of investment required and at what point it will be paid off?


Pretty much all clubs make losses.

Are you suggesting that the football league is actually a race to finish bottom and the teams who end up top are actually really bad at trying to lose?

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One of his problems is the..... on 10:11 - Aug 2 with 770 viewsBluefish

One of his problems is the..... on 10:05 - Aug 2 by Bloots

….sodding great ground that he doesn't own but has to upkeep.

Fully expect large parts of it to be shut off next season, if not earlier.

It will end up being torn down and used for a "community sports project" of some sort.

We'll be groundsharing with Colchester in a few years.


It is a fair point. I do work with the running of schools and listen to small schools moaning about struggling to balance their budgets, the blindly obvious answer is to shut the schools down and merge with neighbouring schools. It is not a popular answer and is very similar to football.

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Evans has 2 options on 10:12 - Aug 2 with 750 viewsBluefish

Evans has 2 options on 10:05 - Aug 2 by StokieBlue

It was good effort with some good points until you went for Accrington Stanley.

SB


How many others can you name that are run well financially? Really can't be many

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Evans has 2 options on 10:14 - Aug 2 with 716 viewsBluefish

Evans has 2 options on 10:10 - Aug 2 by WarkTheWarkITFC

Pretty much all clubs make losses.

Are you suggesting that the football league is actually a race to finish bottom and the teams who end up top are actually really bad at trying to lose?


You started ok there, pretty much all clubs make losses. Correct so do explain how we are ever going to pay of some debt?

No idea what your 2nd paragraph is about, it definitely doesn't relate to the question asked

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One of his problems is the..... on 10:14 - Aug 2 with 716 viewsWarkTheWarkITFC

One of his problems is the..... on 10:11 - Aug 2 by Bluefish

It is a fair point. I do work with the running of schools and listen to small schools moaning about struggling to balance their budgets, the blindly obvious answer is to shut the schools down and merge with neighbouring schools. It is not a popular answer and is very similar to football.


I look forward to the Bluefish League One fixtures coming out

Scunthorpe Grimsby and Lincoln United Town City start with a trip to title favourites Bristol and Bath City Rovers, whilst recently relegated Rochdale Stockport Accrington Stanley host Maidstone Gillingham United.

The pick of the bunch though is arguably Manchester City United & Everton U23's who host deadly rivals Bolton Bury Fleetwood Blackpool Burnley Town Rovers.


What a vision.

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One of his problems is the..... on 10:15 - Aug 2 with 696 viewsBluefish

One of his problems is the..... on 10:14 - Aug 2 by WarkTheWarkITFC

I look forward to the Bluefish League One fixtures coming out

Scunthorpe Grimsby and Lincoln United Town City start with a trip to title favourites Bristol and Bath City Rovers, whilst recently relegated Rochdale Stockport Accrington Stanley host Maidstone Gillingham United.

The pick of the bunch though is arguably Manchester City United & Everton U23's who host deadly rivals Bolton Bury Fleetwood Blackpool Burnley Town Rovers.


What a vision.


Are you ok?

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Shutting down the top tiers..... on 10:15 - Aug 2 with 699 viewsBloots

One of his problems is the..... on 10:11 - Aug 2 by Bluefish

It is a fair point. I do work with the running of schools and listen to small schools moaning about struggling to balance their budgets, the blindly obvious answer is to shut the schools down and merge with neighbouring schools. It is not a popular answer and is very similar to football.


….will be the first step.

Then whole stands.

But yes, if he doesn't sell, which he appears to not want to do, then he'll definitely be looking for ways to get out of paying the rent on the ground.

If he even does pay it now.

Which I doubt.

Ipchester Utd.

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One of his problems is the..... on 10:18 - Aug 2 with 674 viewsReuser_is_God

One of his problems is the..... on 10:15 - Aug 2 by Bluefish

Are you ok?


I'd imagine he, along with 99% of the forum, thinks you're a melt.

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One of his problems is the..... on 10:18 - Aug 2 with 674 viewsWarkTheWarkITFC

One of his problems is the..... on 10:15 - Aug 2 by Bluefish

Are you ok?


What is it they say? Never argue with an idiot. They'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.

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We won't be in League One mate..... on 10:18 - Aug 2 with 660 viewsBloots

One of his problems is the..... on 10:14 - Aug 2 by WarkTheWarkITFC

I look forward to the Bluefish League One fixtures coming out

Scunthorpe Grimsby and Lincoln United Town City start with a trip to title favourites Bristol and Bath City Rovers, whilst recently relegated Rochdale Stockport Accrington Stanley host Maidstone Gillingham United.

The pick of the bunch though is arguably Manchester City United & Everton U23's who host deadly rivals Bolton Bury Fleetwood Blackpool Burnley Town Rovers.


What a vision.


….try looking at clubs like Rushden & Diamonds, Havant & Waterlooville, Dagenham & Redbridge, Hayes & Yeading, etc, etc.

Wake up.
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One of his problems is the..... on 10:19 - Aug 2 with 651 viewsBluefish

One of his problems is the..... on 10:18 - Aug 2 by Reuser_is_God

I'd imagine he, along with 99% of the forum, thinks you're a melt.


Bless your little hearts. Stick together and pop me on ignore if you don't like grown up reality
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One of his problems is the..... on 10:23 - Aug 2 with 618 viewsJohnny_Boy

One of his problems is the..... on 10:19 - Aug 2 by Bluefish

Bless your little hearts. Stick together and pop me on ignore if you don't like grown up reality
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Again, you are mistaking an opinion with reality.

You aren't alone in doing that either.
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We won't be in League One mate..... on 10:24 - Aug 2 with 608 viewsWarkTheWarkITFC

We won't be in League One mate..... on 10:18 - Aug 2 by Bloots

….try looking at clubs like Rushden & Diamonds, Havant & Waterlooville, Dagenham & Redbridge, Hayes & Yeading, etc, etc.

Wake up.
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Thank you.

I am aware that amateur clubs that play in front of 90 people have merged.

Would you like to reel off the list of professional clubs with any kind of actual history that have?

Fans of clubs above a certain size will not merge. They'd rather go down to Step 8 and start again than become something else.

The reason those clubs merged is because they had about 8 people that cared about them and a few fans that watched them because they were local whilst supporting a league club as well.

Look up any of those clubs before the merger and they'd achieved nothing.

Wake up.

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Shutting down the top tiers..... on 10:25 - Aug 2 with 600 viewschicoazul

Shutting down the top tiers..... on 10:15 - Aug 2 by Bloots

….will be the first step.

Then whole stands.

But yes, if he doesn't sell, which he appears to not want to do, then he'll definitely be looking for ways to get out of paying the rent on the ground.

If he even does pay it now.

Which I doubt.

Ipchester Utd.


Feels like the "no cash" policy Evans has taken on tickets is to dissuade as many walk-ups on the day as possible which in turn will mean he can indeed shut parts of the stadium.

EDIT; top wheeze: if and when I do go next season I am going to pick a ticket in the most sparsely populated bit of the stadium I can find.
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Evans has 2 options on 10:26 - Aug 2 with 593 viewsJohnny_Boy

Evans has 2 options on 10:09 - Aug 2 by Bluefish

Perhaps the grown adult bit is why you can't grasp the situation. Maybe one day you will understand x


I'd hazard a guess he's been supporting this club 20yrs longer than you?
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They are all now sustainable.... on 10:27 - Aug 2 with 580 viewsBloots

We won't be in League One mate..... on 10:24 - Aug 2 by WarkTheWarkITFC

Thank you.

I am aware that amateur clubs that play in front of 90 people have merged.

Would you like to reel off the list of professional clubs with any kind of actual history that have?

Fans of clubs above a certain size will not merge. They'd rather go down to Step 8 and start again than become something else.

The reason those clubs merged is because they had about 8 people that cared about them and a few fans that watched them because they were local whilst supporting a league club as well.

Look up any of those clubs before the merger and they'd achieved nothing.

Wake up.


...and playing at levels that their finances and owner's ambition dictates.

History get's you nothing.

Ostrich.

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Ironically he'll have to get me to move..... on 10:28 - Aug 2 with 565 viewsBloots

Shutting down the top tiers..... on 10:25 - Aug 2 by chicoazul

Feels like the "no cash" policy Evans has taken on tickets is to dissuade as many walk-ups on the day as possible which in turn will mean he can indeed shut parts of the stadium.

EDIT; top wheeze: if and when I do go next season I am going to pick a ticket in the most sparsely populated bit of the stadium I can find.
[Post edited 2 Aug 2019 10:26]


….when he starts shutting stands.

Which will be a laugh.

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