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  2. I'd planned on going, but right now I don't think I can be arsed. From my very first game in 1950, I've never felt this low about the club I've loved for so long. I think I'll just listen to Dom's and Roy's dulcet tones and save a miserable drive home.
  3. Nah, that's bollocks, not toxic more passionate/pissed off at what is happening to our club. You pay good money to Stand on the terraces at an away game, at the least you demand the team give it a good go. The Clown in charge is killing our club, passions will spill over. I'm a bit meh about it all but those that vent their spleen have my backing.
  4. Yes there are definitely and you will find them at away games, mostly closer derby games and the like. They seem to care more about antagonising opposing fans than watching the football. And it wasn't just booing which given the performance is warranted. It was viscous with an air of real menace.
  5. Is it any surprise that there are? I doubt there is one single supporter who doesnt want us to win games
  6. A little subdued but kept his position well and played simple. He stroked a lovely raking ball over the full back's head from deep in his own half for the first goal.
  7. To be honest I think there is a section of the supporters who are toxic, and it suits them that the team is struggling at the moment.
  8. Does anybody think he’d pack it in if we went down again? Personally, i don’t.
  9. I’m not trawling through every post looking for tedious arguments and playground name calling. Report things if you want them looked at.
  10. Wasnt in Chamiponship in 5 years? Gonna need a quick turnaround in form for that to happen!
  11. I assume you are referring to the over paying off players as back handers to him or money laundering
  12. No it wasn't and it will only get worse. The players werent in tears at all, yeah they looked despondent but so they should. I am sorry your son was in tears, genuinely uncertain what caused that.
  13. Off the top of my head and being a supporter for 65yrs the only success the club has ever achieved is with a Board of local business men. Us fans will have zero input into any new owner (if it happens) being appointed. What Lemsagam is doing, his brother as manager, unproven head coach, useless assistant, and predominantly untried players in any form of UK football is doomed to failure. I have no confidence he will see the error of his ways, or has the funds to recover, or the luck to attract a manager and players to rescue this season. January is looking like a massive survival initiative will be needed. Nor can I identify any logical reason for him being here with him not even able to fund buying the stadium. What a shambles. I also hope anyone who wants to wheel Lemsagam down to Manchester Airport knows who is on the sidelines waiting to take his place There were many who wanted Corney out at any cost (I wasn’t one of them). Lemsagam, so far, has turned out to be worse than my worst fears. He could possibly prove me wrong, he didn’t suggest an immediate return to L1. I’m not optimistic, which is uncomfortably against my nature. He certainly didn’t mention L5.
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  15. Hmm moderation seems somewhat hit and miss judging by some posts in this thread. I’m guessing this won’t make it through the censor. 😂
  16. The bar has dropped so low, at this stage I’d settle for owners that let the football staff run the football side of things!
  17. Very true. As long as it’s done as a proper gift and not director loans (see Bolton)
  18. Having said that, I was impressed with Fage yesterday, a bright spot in a un-illuminating team.
  19. Agreed. But we’re straying onto a different debate there, which is financial doping. Something that one hates at other clubs, but loves/turns a blind eye if it’s your club.
  20. Not sure on the blessing myself, It's probably just me but does anybody get the thought that Corney with "help" of the other 2 tw*ts sold to A.L, knowing that he had the capability of running us into the ground and with lack of funds, in turn sending us under, so they can take all the land without being in control? So not get as scrutinised (as much) as when they ran the club. I'm sure they have said they want completely out of anything to do with Oldham, way of doing it without getting there hands (as) dirty. Could well have been discussed to death on this forum but watching the cricket and trying to figure out which of all the possible ways this is going to go for my/our club. Help is in inverted commas as Im sure there not on great terms.
  21. He meant to say 6-5 special. One for the elder fraternity on here.
  22. Well yeah. But the investment was very far from sensible. Bournemouth were fined £5m for breaching financial rules. The spending at Salford is extreme and quite unique at this level.
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