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22 hours ago, Emcee_Latic said:

Does anyone have any news on what the situation is with the North Stand?

 

22 hours ago, pk200 said:

YES....It's closed !

 

Give 'em a chance - it's only been closed for 15 months.

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Do you post anything that isn't a dig at KE? Are you one of the Owen/Partington/'Burk'ett crew by any chance who not so long ago would defend the club at all costs even when the blatantly obvious was

Apart from the obvious financial incentive being offered, I can't see any attraction in buying a season ticket, the manager/coach is going to be a new appointment, it would be wise to assume the North

He’s in for a right treat 

4 hours ago, 100milesaway said:

If it stays closed there will be no season ticket for me.

Same for me. If there is genuinely something wrong in that stand then all the club has to do is explain the problems and people might understand the situation.

The fact that they don't say anything tells you that it's the Chuckle Brothers being pillocks.

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9 hours ago, 100milesaway said:

If it stays closed there will be no season ticket for me.

 

4 hours ago, Emcee_Latic said:

Same for me. If there is genuinely something wrong in that stand then all the club has to do is explain the problems and people might understand the situation.

The fact that they don't say anything tells you that it's the Chuckle Brothers being pillocks.


Closed to supporters since January 2020 without any meaningful communication from the Owner and Club Board as to why

 

https://www.theoldhamtimes.co.uk/news/18193114.amp/

 

 

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The Foundation has requested SAG reports under the Freedom of Information act, from the council. This is to see if there is anything on record for any stand and remedial action. Hammersmith and Fulham council publish the reports for Fulham and QPR on council website.

 

We have had to appeal their rejection. It is called requesting a review and we have chased this twice now. 

 

The second part is fan representation on the SAG team, again council are challenging it and are seeking outside legal advice. Even though other supporters are on their local SAG teams. Robins Trust for example.

 

In our last meeting with CEO Karl he suggested he needed until April. hmmmm

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16 hours ago, LaticMark said:

 

 

Give 'em a chance - it's only been closed for 15 months.

Slowly slowly.

 

Judging by @underdog's comments above, it appears that Oldham Council is about as forthcoming with information and a willingness to see fan involvement as the Chuckle Bros.

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2 minutes ago, oafcmetty said:

678 adult season tickets sold. We're going down, aren't we?

Other than saving a few quid what is the incentive to buy at this time? We don't know how the landscape will look yet restriction wise.

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1 hour ago, deyres42 said:

Other than saving a few quid what is the incentive to buy at this time? We don't know how the landscape will look yet restriction wise.

That's not how your average Paul and Jeni think though, is it?

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13 hours ago, deyres42 said:

Other than saving a few quid what is the incentive to buy at this time? We don't know how the landscape will look yet restriction wise.

I dunno, Rob. 678 season tickets at £160 a pop is administration tackle. Maybe @PeteGhad a point...

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41 minutes ago, Lee Sinnott2 said:

I dunno, Rob. 678 season tickets at £160 a pop is administration tackle. Maybe @PeteGhad a point...

Don't forget Pat that Atko told us Abdallah sees ST money as a bonus.

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1 minute ago, deyres42 said:

Don't forget Pat that Atko told us Abdallah sees ST money as a bonus.

Absolutely, but if Ms Atkinson told me it was Thursday, I would still consult my calendar...

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2 hours ago, deyres42 said:

Don't forget Pat that Atko told us Abdallah sees ST money as a bonus.

Yep, bonus on top of stuff like sponsorship money.  Oh, hang on a minute....

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5 hours ago, Lee Sinnott2 said:

I dunno, Rob. 678 season tickets at £160 a pop is administration tackle. Maybe @PeteGhad a point...

Pretty obvious really that the offer was not sustainable unless we sold in excess of 3,000 - 3,500 ST's. Given the club have loaded up with EFL loans and that means a transfer embargo until repaid and they will be taken from future solidarity payments it's certainly a bleak short term future. We will have to sell Bhamboula (only saleable asset really) for a decent amount just to get us to next season, i'm certainly in no rush to purchase a ticket right now.

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25 minutes ago, PeteG said:

Pretty obvious really that the offer was not sustainable unless we sold in excess of 3,000 - 3,500 ST's. Given the club have loaded up with EFL loans and that means a transfer embargo until repaid and they will be taken from future solidarity payments it's certainly a bleak short term future. We will have to sell Bhamboula (only saleable asset really) for a decent amount just to get us to next season, i'm certainly in no rush to purchase a ticket right now.

Not getting a freebie this year?

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2 minutes ago, League one forever said:

Nah. 

Normal rules don’t apply. 
 

He’ll give his brother some money to go shopping, no question. 

When was the last time we paid a fee for a Mo signing?

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1 hour ago, Lee Sinnott2 said:

That had Barry Owen written all over it...

 

50 minutes ago, Dave_Og said:

I've never heard of Mo scouting the lower leagues...

Who signs who is moot in this instance, the point is money was made available. Are we to believe we we’re the only ones in for Mac in the summer? Wheater was on how much - 4/5k a week. Where did he suddenly find the money to pay blitz off in courts? We have 11/12 players under contract for next season. That’s with no match day income for over 12 months, and sponsors leaving. 

 

Posters are saying we face apocalypse because ticket sales are low. I don’t think that’s the case. I think as long as Mo enjoys playing football manager AL will fund it.
 

The fans are irrelevant

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25 minutes ago, League one forever said:

 

 Where did he suddenly find the money to pay blitz off in courts? 

 

Selling Emerson to Brighton I think

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27 minutes ago, League one forever said:

Where did he suddenly find the money to pay blitz off in courts?

Didn't he borrow it from someone who offered to buy the club? Then sacked the member of staff who introduced him.

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1 hour ago, al_bro said:

Didn't he borrow it from someone who offered to buy the club? Then sacked the member of staff who introduced him.

 

Who offered to buy the club?

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