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|Town Keen on Keogh|
Plus refused a pay cut at Derby so probably would not want to come anyway
|Town Keen on Keogh|
Passes then stops to admire it
Had a mistake built in to every game
Also not a great role model
NO NO and thrice NO
|Happy Highbury as Town Head to Wembley|
I was a student in Birmingham. My aunt got me a ticket and I caught the train from Birmingham to London for the game. The 70's were a time of shall we say not so friendly rivalry which made the journey particularly the return interesting.
Luckily I was raised in worcestershire so had the right sort of accent. I call it my armadillo moment sad on the outside over the moon and back on the inside.
|McCarthy: I Should Have Left Town Earlier|
Not to mention hours of boring football followed by the press conferences which praised the inept display and finally the insults towards the fans, lets face it 6000 fans cant all be wrong
|Five Point Protest Aims to Focus Frustrations|
Fans call for a new owner or a new manager and want t buy success. Take a look at Derby County got a new owner spent millions still languishing in mid table. Facing 21 point deduction for overspending.
Owner trying to get fresh investment not any definite interest.
I'm sure Sconthorpe fans wish they were in a higher league likewise Grimsby Notts County and many more.
Truth is this all started when clubs got to keep all the money from home games then TV money came in.
Big clubs got bigger and richer smaller clubs began to struggle.
Players wages sky rocketed transfer fees went through the roof and Bosman cost the smaller clubs dear.
We are not a massive club. We are a small club with a massive history.
Protest all you want it won't help the players on a Saturday afternoon nor will it encourage Mr Evans to spend more
We could all give the club 10% of our take home pay and it still wouldn't be enough. Of course who would be daft enough to do that .Oh Mr Evans perhaps.
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