Your vote - who was top man for Albion?

Sponsors' man of the match Aaron Hughes in action oday

Sponsors' man of the match Aaron Hughes in action oday

First published in Sport

It was a tough afternoon to choose Albion’s man of the match.

Aaron Hughes got the sponsors’ nod – and Gordon Greer may well have run him close.

Bruno had his moments in attack in the first half.

Chris O’Grady and Kazenga LuaLua were the two players to test Keiren Westwood.

So who was your top man from our selected shortlist?

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6:59pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Blackheath, Brighton Fan says...

Greer
Greer Blackheath, Brighton Fan
  • Score: 6

7:01pm Sat 9 Aug 14

ringtone says...

Sami.

For not playing DUNK OR ANKERS

TRUE GENIUS
Sami. For not playing DUNK OR ANKERS TRUE GENIUS ringtone
  • Score: -16

7:14pm Sat 9 Aug 14

raymondo999 says...

Argus really desperate to drum up comments with article a minute and no news. Pathetic
Argus really desperate to drum up comments with article a minute and no news. Pathetic raymondo999
  • Score: 2

7:20pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Far gull says...

Have not bothered with previous threads as have an inkling of what they may say!
For what its worth after watching that match? Close your eyes ,fast forward 12 months , we won't be in this league .
Sami cut a disconsolate figure from the East stand ,perhaps close up it was different? obviously bundesliga different ;-).
I am not surprised at what we witnessed ,forget our manager changes,our personnel changes tell the story of how far we have dropped.
If Tony cannot bank role the club any further a new investor needs to be found and qiuick. The infrastructure is in place ,thank you Tony , i don't want to see it a empty 5000 die hard fans stadia ,which quite frankly it will be with this bunch.
Bruno and Buckley still combine well and Stockdale seems ok . Greer and Arron will be ok. Ince has time.the problem is the rest.
Best comment regarding Cog i heard ....he may do well on heavy pitches when others slow up.
Have not bothered with previous threads as have an inkling of what they may say! For what its worth after watching that match? Close your eyes ,fast forward 12 months , we won't be in this league . Sami cut a disconsolate figure from the East stand ,perhaps close up it was different? obviously bundesliga different ;-). I am not surprised at what we witnessed ,forget our manager changes,our personnel changes tell the story of how far we have dropped. If Tony cannot bank role the club any further a new investor needs to be found and qiuick. The infrastructure is in place ,thank you Tony , i don't want to see it a empty 5000 die hard fans stadia ,which quite frankly it will be with this bunch. Bruno and Buckley still combine well and Stockdale seems ok . Greer and Arron will be ok. Ince has time.the problem is the rest. Best comment regarding Cog i heard ....he may do well on heavy pitches when others slow up. Far gull
  • Score: 18

7:41pm Sat 9 Aug 14

pjwilk says...

O well we had to eventually loose our home record.Bloom says Burke is doing a fantastic job regarding buying and selling players,what planet is Bloom on.Sami still does not know the players he has or why would he put that inexperienced unfit and lacking in skill and spirit team onto the pitch.I hope Burke is having a nice drink tonight celebrating the total mess he has created.
O well we had to eventually loose our home record.Bloom says Burke is doing a fantastic job regarding buying and selling players,what planet is Bloom on.Sami still does not know the players he has or why would he put that inexperienced unfit and lacking in skill and spirit team onto the pitch.I hope Burke is having a nice drink tonight celebrating the total mess he has created. pjwilk
  • Score: 15

7:42pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Rhodes Seagull says...

Wrong headline!!
Should have read "Leo was top man for Albion"
But wait! We sold him! with sales preparations going on for some time, in-fact going on so long that we had plenty of time to spend some of the money we new we where going to receive for him on a quality replacement/s
But alas NO! We worried about the fair play rules and thought it will be OK we will manage with what we have.
Sorry Mr. Burke life does not work like that, in today’s climate you need to invest to make a business work not try and just get along with what you have.
Time to spend now before it’s too late for you Mr. Burke it’s a long walk to the job centre!!!
Wrong headline!! Should have read "Leo was top man for Albion" But wait! We sold him! with sales preparations going on for some time, in-fact going on so long that we had plenty of time to spend some of the money we new we where going to receive for him on a quality replacement/s But alas NO! We worried about the fair play rules and thought it will be OK we will manage with what we have. Sorry Mr. Burke life does not work like that, in today’s climate you need to invest to make a business work not try and just get along with what you have. Time to spend now before it’s too late for you Mr. Burke it’s a long walk to the job centre!!! Rhodes Seagull
  • Score: 15

7:49pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Claude Back says...

S. Vestas...was the man of the match.
S. Vestas...was the man of the match. Claude Back
  • Score: 0

8:19pm Sat 9 Aug 14

twonk says...

Gully looked good.
Gully looked good. twonk
  • Score: 2

8:39pm Sat 9 Aug 14

The lev says...

My 11 year old son , by saying on the way home and I quote

"I still think we will win the league dad "

On a side issue why when we have a corner do we keep ince on the half way line , the biggest man on the pitch ?
My 11 year old son , by saying on the way home and I quote "I still think we will win the league dad " On a side issue why when we have a corner do we keep ince on the half way line , the biggest man on the pitch ? The lev
  • Score: 8

8:47pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Cliify0002 says...

It shouldn't be grabbed a point this club and supporters arnt in the least bit interested in a point , sorry Samy but the supporters are used to success this team don't cut it it's not you it's the suits if they care u will be supported by them . Don't ever think it's you that has our backs up , it's those who pocket the pounds we pay out that are to blame . I'm sorry but poyet wouldn't have let the team get this way . That's why he was gone god it's their pockets that matter to them the brand . Heaven help us
It shouldn't be grabbed a point this club and supporters arnt in the least bit interested in a point , sorry Samy but the supporters are used to success this team don't cut it it's not you it's the suits if they care u will be supported by them . Don't ever think it's you that has our backs up , it's those who pocket the pounds we pay out that are to blame . I'm sorry but poyet wouldn't have let the team get this way . That's why he was gone god it's their pockets that matter to them the brand . Heaven help us Cliify0002
  • Score: 0

8:53pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Vince says...

Greer was MOM.

Back to 3rd division type football though I'm afraid. All the lessons learnt under Gus are quickly disappearing. The number of poorly weighted and misplaced passes shows how the squad is unravelling. No width - Lua Lua in midfield doesn't work. JFC is not Championship standard. Fenelon has a lot to learn - some nice touches but no thrust. Chris O'Grady puts himself about - but is lower Championship standard.
As we continue to sell off our silverware, the cupboard is looking bare. We still have about 6 or 7 players worth the shirt, but the other 4/5 positions need urgent attention. Replacing our stars with mediocrity is not the answer. Bournemouth have bought wisely with their limited funds. Callum Wilson 22 from Coventry was the sort of player we should have long ago snapped up. Some of his forward play and goals with Coventry were outstanding - and he got rave reviews. Why did Eddie Howe get him and not us.

Since Gus left both new managers appointed in the summer had little or no experience or knowledge of the Championship - so all the talent is snapped up by the managers in the know. Managers like Howe, Bruce, Dyche, Holloway all know (or knew) the Championship and what is required to get out of the division.

Tony Bloom has taken a big gamble with appointing Sammi and putting responsibility for compiling the list of transfer targets with the "suits". Hence we end up with mediocrity. They don't have the football "feel" of an Eddie Howe, so we go after the obvious targets not the raw talent which is springing up in unlikely quarters. i remember watching Brian Dean aged 17 playing for Doncaster - then bottom of Div. 4. I said we ought to buy that player he looks a real prospect. A few years later he was playing in the Premiership - one of the best strikers in the country. We need "FOOTBALL PEOPLE" to unearth the talent. We need talent spotters like the famous Jimmy Thomson of Chelsea who unearthed many players like Jimmy Greaves. The moment I saw a few touches from Chris O'Grady I knew the quality of the player we spent £500k on.
IT IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR A TEAM WITH ASPIRATIONS OF PLAYIN IN THE PREMIERSHIP.

The current squad will struggle to avoid relegation - especially with the style of play I witnessed today..
Greer was MOM. Back to 3rd division type football though I'm afraid. All the lessons learnt under Gus are quickly disappearing. The number of poorly weighted and misplaced passes shows how the squad is unravelling. No width - Lua Lua in midfield doesn't work. JFC is not Championship standard. Fenelon has a lot to learn - some nice touches but no thrust. Chris O'Grady puts himself about - but is lower Championship standard. As we continue to sell off our silverware, the cupboard is looking bare. We still have about 6 or 7 players worth the shirt, but the other 4/5 positions need urgent attention. Replacing our stars with mediocrity is not the answer. Bournemouth have bought wisely with their limited funds. Callum Wilson 22 from Coventry was the sort of player we should have long ago snapped up. Some of his forward play and goals with Coventry were outstanding - and he got rave reviews. Why did Eddie Howe get him and not us. Since Gus left both new managers appointed in the summer had little or no experience or knowledge of the Championship - so all the talent is snapped up by the managers in the know. Managers like Howe, Bruce, Dyche, Holloway all know (or knew) the Championship and what is required to get out of the division. Tony Bloom has taken a big gamble with appointing Sammi and putting responsibility for compiling the list of transfer targets with the "suits". Hence we end up with mediocrity. They don't have the football "feel" of an Eddie Howe, so we go after the obvious targets not the raw talent which is springing up in unlikely quarters. i remember watching Brian Dean aged 17 playing for Doncaster - then bottom of Div. 4. I said we ought to buy that player he looks a real prospect. A few years later he was playing in the Premiership - one of the best strikers in the country. We need "FOOTBALL PEOPLE" to unearth the talent. We need talent spotters like the famous Jimmy Thomson of Chelsea who unearthed many players like Jimmy Greaves. The moment I saw a few touches from Chris O'Grady I knew the quality of the player we spent £500k on. IT IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR A TEAM WITH ASPIRATIONS OF PLAYIN IN THE PREMIERSHIP. The current squad will struggle to avoid relegation - especially with the style of play I witnessed today.. Vince
  • Score: 26

9:01pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Far gull says...

Vince wrote:
Greer was MOM.

Back to 3rd division type football though I'm afraid. All the lessons learnt under Gus are quickly disappearing. The number of poorly weighted and misplaced passes shows how the squad is unravelling. No width - Lua Lua in midfield doesn't work. JFC is not Championship standard. Fenelon has a lot to learn - some nice touches but no thrust. Chris O'Grady puts himself about - but is lower Championship standard.
As we continue to sell off our silverware, the cupboard is looking bare. We still have about 6 or 7 players worth the shirt, but the other 4/5 positions need urgent attention. Replacing our stars with mediocrity is not the answer. Bournemouth have bought wisely with their limited funds. Callum Wilson 22 from Coventry was the sort of player we should have long ago snapped up. Some of his forward play and goals with Coventry were outstanding - and he got rave reviews. Why did Eddie Howe get him and not us.

Since Gus left both new managers appointed in the summer had little or no experience or knowledge of the Championship - so all the talent is snapped up by the managers in the know. Managers like Howe, Bruce, Dyche, Holloway all know (or knew) the Championship and what is required to get out of the division.

Tony Bloom has taken a big gamble with appointing Sammi and putting responsibility for compiling the list of transfer targets with the "suits". Hence we end up with mediocrity. They don't have the football "feel" of an Eddie Howe, so we go after the obvious targets not the raw talent which is springing up in unlikely quarters. i remember watching Brian Dean aged 17 playing for Doncaster - then bottom of Div. 4. I said we ought to buy that player he looks a real prospect. A few years later he was playing in the Premiership - one of the best strikers in the country. We need "FOOTBALL PEOPLE" to unearth the talent. We need talent spotters like the famous Jimmy Thomson of Chelsea who unearthed many players like Jimmy Greaves. The moment I saw a few touches from Chris O'Grady I knew the quality of the player we spent £500k on.
IT IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR A TEAM WITH ASPIRATIONS OF PLAYIN IN THE PREMIERSHIP.

The current squad will struggle to avoid relegation - especially with the style of play I witnessed today..
Spot on post. Not doom and gloom ,just reality.
[quote][p][bold]Vince[/bold] wrote: Greer was MOM. Back to 3rd division type football though I'm afraid. All the lessons learnt under Gus are quickly disappearing. The number of poorly weighted and misplaced passes shows how the squad is unravelling. No width - Lua Lua in midfield doesn't work. JFC is not Championship standard. Fenelon has a lot to learn - some nice touches but no thrust. Chris O'Grady puts himself about - but is lower Championship standard. As we continue to sell off our silverware, the cupboard is looking bare. We still have about 6 or 7 players worth the shirt, but the other 4/5 positions need urgent attention. Replacing our stars with mediocrity is not the answer. Bournemouth have bought wisely with their limited funds. Callum Wilson 22 from Coventry was the sort of player we should have long ago snapped up. Some of his forward play and goals with Coventry were outstanding - and he got rave reviews. Why did Eddie Howe get him and not us. Since Gus left both new managers appointed in the summer had little or no experience or knowledge of the Championship - so all the talent is snapped up by the managers in the know. Managers like Howe, Bruce, Dyche, Holloway all know (or knew) the Championship and what is required to get out of the division. Tony Bloom has taken a big gamble with appointing Sammi and putting responsibility for compiling the list of transfer targets with the "suits". Hence we end up with mediocrity. They don't have the football "feel" of an Eddie Howe, so we go after the obvious targets not the raw talent which is springing up in unlikely quarters. i remember watching Brian Dean aged 17 playing for Doncaster - then bottom of Div. 4. I said we ought to buy that player he looks a real prospect. A few years later he was playing in the Premiership - one of the best strikers in the country. We need "FOOTBALL PEOPLE" to unearth the talent. We need talent spotters like the famous Jimmy Thomson of Chelsea who unearthed many players like Jimmy Greaves. The moment I saw a few touches from Chris O'Grady I knew the quality of the player we spent £500k on. IT IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR A TEAM WITH ASPIRATIONS OF PLAYIN IN THE PREMIERSHIP. The current squad will struggle to avoid relegation - especially with the style of play I witnessed today..[/p][/quote]Spot on post. Not doom and gloom ,just reality. Far gull
  • Score: 15

9:08pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Cliify0002 says...

Well said. I said last year the club has no ambition, twice we have been I the play offs but I firmly believe the suits don't want premier league here . As good as the stadium is it's not got the capacity of a high lvl prem league club I'm sorry but as a life long supporter from gdstone ground to here . This club will now go down hill , it time to realise the guys in control don't want premiership football here it's too expensive .
Well said. I said last year the club has no ambition, twice we have been I the play offs but I firmly believe the suits don't want premier league here . As good as the stadium is it's not got the capacity of a high lvl prem league club I'm sorry but as a life long supporter from gdstone ground to here . This club will now go down hill , it time to realise the guys in control don't want premiership football here it's too expensive . Cliify0002
  • Score: -3

9:22pm Sat 9 Aug 14

mark5 says...

I will swim against the massive tide of unrest on here by saying that it was not THAT bad!! The positives are that there is a new willingness to move the ball much more quickly to the front, Sami, was prepared to go for broke and try and win the game rather than try and "not" lose.I thought O Grady worked hard and played some good balls and Hughes looks a good replacement for Upson. However, if this is the type of side that Sami will have at his disposal for the rest of the year, then we will finish below half way. The key is 3 or 4,decent players to make us top 6 competitive. Unlike some, I still do not believe that Bloom will gamble on a season of mediocrity. I am convinced some good signings are on the way and when they do, we will all feel better. If I am wrong, then yes, we are going to have a tedious year. In the next few weeks we will know and my bet is on a few surprise quality signings, so watch this space...............
.......!!
I will swim against the massive tide of unrest on here by saying that it was not THAT bad!! The positives are that there is a new willingness to move the ball much more quickly to the front, Sami, was prepared to go for broke and try and win the game rather than try and "not" lose.I thought O Grady worked hard and played some good balls and Hughes looks a good replacement for Upson. However, if this is the type of side that Sami will have at his disposal for the rest of the year, then we will finish below half way. The key is 3 or 4,decent players to make us top 6 competitive. Unlike some, I still do not believe that Bloom will gamble on a season of mediocrity. I am convinced some good signings are on the way and when they do, we will all feel better. If I am wrong, then yes, we are going to have a tedious year. In the next few weeks we will know and my bet is on a few surprise quality signings, so watch this space............... .......!! mark5
  • Score: 8

9:29pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Barry W says...

Very disappointed today,we are just not good enough. Remy,Obika,Lita etc who is responsible for spending MY money on rubbish! Who gave Dunk a 4 year contract but is not even good enough to come off the bench.Whoever it is they won't be waisting my money next season unless they prove me wrong and soon.
Very disappointed today,we are just not good enough. Remy,Obika,Lita etc who is responsible for spending MY money on rubbish! Who gave Dunk a 4 year contract but is not even good enough to come off the bench.Whoever it is they won't be waisting my money next season unless they prove me wrong and soon. Barry W
  • Score: -2

9:32pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Cliify0002 says...

We wee rubbish until the passing game came to us via gus, last year it was left to Garcia to try carry that in , but now we are ditching it and back to the old kick and run style of old everyone said we played attractive football even those who say we were slow to build have to agree. It was only we didn't have a finisher we had problems . Now we have donkeys. Why keep augutine and get rid of Spanish dave and Orlandi doesn't make sense unless it's the pay. Sorry this team won't strengthen it's what it is is ffp garbage and after years supporting them I'm out
We wee rubbish until the passing game came to us via gus, last year it was left to Garcia to try carry that in , but now we are ditching it and back to the old kick and run style of old everyone said we played attractive football even those who say we were slow to build have to agree. It was only we didn't have a finisher we had problems . Now we have donkeys. Why keep augutine and get rid of Spanish dave and Orlandi doesn't make sense unless it's the pay. Sorry this team won't strengthen it's what it is is ffp garbage and after years supporting them I'm out Cliify0002
  • Score: 3

10:30pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Claude Back says...

Vince wrote:
Greer was MOM.

Back to 3rd division type football though I'm afraid. All the lessons learnt under Gus are quickly disappearing. The number of poorly weighted and misplaced passes shows how the squad is unravelling. No width - Lua Lua in midfield doesn't work. JFC is not Championship standard. Fenelon has a lot to learn - some nice touches but no thrust. Chris O'Grady puts himself about - but is lower Championship standard.
As we continue to sell off our silverware, the cupboard is looking bare. We still have about 6 or 7 players worth the shirt, but the other 4/5 positions need urgent attention. Replacing our stars with mediocrity is not the answer. Bournemouth have bought wisely with their limited funds. Callum Wilson 22 from Coventry was the sort of player we should have long ago snapped up. Some of his forward play and goals with Coventry were outstanding - and he got rave reviews. Why did Eddie Howe get him and not us.

Since Gus left both new managers appointed in the summer had little or no experience or knowledge of the Championship - so all the talent is snapped up by the managers in the know. Managers like Howe, Bruce, Dyche, Holloway all know (or knew) the Championship and what is required to get out of the division.

Tony Bloom has taken a big gamble with appointing Sammi and putting responsibility for compiling the list of transfer targets with the "suits". Hence we end up with mediocrity. They don't have the football "feel" of an Eddie Howe, so we go after the obvious targets not the raw talent which is springing up in unlikely quarters. i remember watching Brian Dean aged 17 playing for Doncaster - then bottom of Div. 4. I said we ought to buy that player he looks a real prospect. A few years later he was playing in the Premiership - one of the best strikers in the country. We need "FOOTBALL PEOPLE" to unearth the talent. We need talent spotters like the famous Jimmy Thomson of Chelsea who unearthed many players like Jimmy Greaves. The moment I saw a few touches from Chris O'Grady I knew the quality of the player we spent £500k on.
IT IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR A TEAM WITH ASPIRATIONS OF PLAYIN IN THE PREMIERSHIP.

The current squad will struggle to avoid relegation - especially with the style of play I witnessed today..
Excellent.
This has been coming a long time.
[quote][p][bold]Vince[/bold] wrote: Greer was MOM. Back to 3rd division type football though I'm afraid. All the lessons learnt under Gus are quickly disappearing. The number of poorly weighted and misplaced passes shows how the squad is unravelling. No width - Lua Lua in midfield doesn't work. JFC is not Championship standard. Fenelon has a lot to learn - some nice touches but no thrust. Chris O'Grady puts himself about - but is lower Championship standard. As we continue to sell off our silverware, the cupboard is looking bare. We still have about 6 or 7 players worth the shirt, but the other 4/5 positions need urgent attention. Replacing our stars with mediocrity is not the answer. Bournemouth have bought wisely with their limited funds. Callum Wilson 22 from Coventry was the sort of player we should have long ago snapped up. Some of his forward play and goals with Coventry were outstanding - and he got rave reviews. Why did Eddie Howe get him and not us. Since Gus left both new managers appointed in the summer had little or no experience or knowledge of the Championship - so all the talent is snapped up by the managers in the know. Managers like Howe, Bruce, Dyche, Holloway all know (or knew) the Championship and what is required to get out of the division. Tony Bloom has taken a big gamble with appointing Sammi and putting responsibility for compiling the list of transfer targets with the "suits". Hence we end up with mediocrity. They don't have the football "feel" of an Eddie Howe, so we go after the obvious targets not the raw talent which is springing up in unlikely quarters. i remember watching Brian Dean aged 17 playing for Doncaster - then bottom of Div. 4. I said we ought to buy that player he looks a real prospect. A few years later he was playing in the Premiership - one of the best strikers in the country. We need "FOOTBALL PEOPLE" to unearth the talent. We need talent spotters like the famous Jimmy Thomson of Chelsea who unearthed many players like Jimmy Greaves. The moment I saw a few touches from Chris O'Grady I knew the quality of the player we spent £500k on. IT IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR A TEAM WITH ASPIRATIONS OF PLAYIN IN THE PREMIERSHIP. The current squad will struggle to avoid relegation - especially with the style of play I witnessed today..[/p][/quote]Excellent. This has been coming a long time. Claude Back
  • Score: 8

11:08pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Hugothepug says...

Cliify0002 wrote:
We wee rubbish until the passing game came to us via gus, last year it was left to Garcia to try carry that in , but now we are ditching it and back to the old kick and run style of old everyone said we played attractive football even those who say we were slow to build have to agree. It was only we didn't have a finisher we had problems . Now we have donkeys. Why keep augutine and get rid of Spanish dave and Orlandi doesn't make sense unless it's the pay. Sorry this team won't strengthen it's what it is is ffp garbage and after years supporting them I'm out
Cheerio!!!

What'd think this is Dragons Den? - it's OUR football club for gods sake. You can't dip in and out depending on results. Yeah not a great start, but then again nor was it last seasons. Fickle fans can fick off!!!
[quote][p][bold]Cliify0002[/bold] wrote: We wee rubbish until the passing game came to us via gus, last year it was left to Garcia to try carry that in , but now we are ditching it and back to the old kick and run style of old everyone said we played attractive football even those who say we were slow to build have to agree. It was only we didn't have a finisher we had problems . Now we have donkeys. Why keep augutine and get rid of Spanish dave and Orlandi doesn't make sense unless it's the pay. Sorry this team won't strengthen it's what it is is ffp garbage and after years supporting them I'm out[/p][/quote]Cheerio!!! What'd think this is Dragons Den? - it's OUR football club for gods sake. You can't dip in and out depending on results. Yeah not a great start, but then again nor was it last seasons. Fickle fans can fick off!!! Hugothepug
  • Score: 1

11:16pm Sat 9 Aug 14

tug509 says...

My top man of the match was Tony Bloom , along with his two trained monkeys ,because to sell our best players and not replace them ,to up the prices on food drink and club merchandise ,and yet still manage to get 27,000 through the gates to watch a team that would do well to finish half way up the league 1 table is nothing short of the play of the season . Well good luck next week lads your playing the toughest team around ,a team that has seen many a tough time and not been beat ,I`m talking about your average BHAFC supporter , in the immortal words of The Who " Wont get fooled again" . UTA
My top man of the match was Tony Bloom , along with his two trained monkeys ,because to sell our best players and not replace them ,to up the prices on food drink and club merchandise ,and yet still manage to get 27,000 through the gates to watch a team that would do well to finish half way up the league 1 table is nothing short of the play of the season . Well good luck next week lads your playing the toughest team around ,a team that has seen many a tough time and not been beat ,I`m talking about your average BHAFC supporter , in the immortal words of The Who " Wont get fooled again" . UTA tug509
  • Score: -2

11:23pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Please wake up says...

Barry W wrote:
Very disappointed today,we are just not good enough. Remy,Obika,Lita etc who is responsible for spending MY money on rubbish! Who gave Dunk a 4 year contract but is not even good enough to come off the bench.Whoever it is they won't be waisting my money next season unless they prove me wrong and soon.
What a pure outstanding post.Lets be honest that vile thing JFC was just pure rubbish yet again today.Like Bridcutt pointed out to me in Jan at Brighton marina Dunk & JFC have a done deal because of their familys contacts.Who in their right mind would give them 2 both a 4 year deal each its gona cost the club and fans about 4 million.But still only half what CMS & Will Hoskins cost the club over 3 & 4 years.Time for fans to start asking whats really going on.
[quote][p][bold]Barry W[/bold] wrote: Very disappointed today,we are just not good enough. Remy,Obika,Lita etc who is responsible for spending MY money on rubbish! Who gave Dunk a 4 year contract but is not even good enough to come off the bench.Whoever it is they won't be waisting my money next season unless they prove me wrong and soon.[/p][/quote]What a pure outstanding post.Lets be honest that vile thing JFC was just pure rubbish yet again today.Like Bridcutt pointed out to me in Jan at Brighton marina Dunk & JFC have a done deal because of their familys contacts.Who in their right mind would give them 2 both a 4 year deal each its gona cost the club and fans about 4 million.But still only half what CMS & Will Hoskins cost the club over 3 & 4 years.Time for fans to start asking whats really going on. Please wake up
  • Score: 0

11:42pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Vince says...

mark5 wrote:
I will swim against the massive tide of unrest on here by saying that it was not THAT bad!! The positives are that there is a new willingness to move the ball much more quickly to the front, Sami, was prepared to go for broke and try and win the game rather than try and "not" lose.I thought O Grady worked hard and played some good balls and Hughes looks a good replacement for Upson. However, if this is the type of side that Sami will have at his disposal for the rest of the year, then we will finish below half way. The key is 3 or 4,decent players to make us top 6 competitive. Unlike some, I still do not believe that Bloom will gamble on a season of mediocrity. I am convinced some good signings are on the way and when they do, we will all feel better. If I am wrong, then yes, we are going to have a tedious year. In the next few weeks we will know and my bet is on a few surprise quality signings, so watch this space...............

.......!!
Yes,

Some quality players would give the whole squad a lift. This followed by a few decent results would change the whole mood of the place and could propel us up the table.

It's a big IF in my view - but if it happens then i will hold my hands up and say I underestimated the work being done in the transfer market. Of course it's amazing how quickly confidence can come back and ordinary players suddenly look good when they get a few wins under their belt. However, I wait to see what happens up to the end of the transfer window- before I pass judgement. Based on today's performance - I'm not filled with confidence - but who knows - and Sammi deserves to be given a chance to succeed before the knives come out.
[quote][p][bold]mark5[/bold] wrote: I will swim against the massive tide of unrest on here by saying that it was not THAT bad!! The positives are that there is a new willingness to move the ball much more quickly to the front, Sami, was prepared to go for broke and try and win the game rather than try and "not" lose.I thought O Grady worked hard and played some good balls and Hughes looks a good replacement for Upson. However, if this is the type of side that Sami will have at his disposal for the rest of the year, then we will finish below half way. The key is 3 or 4,decent players to make us top 6 competitive. Unlike some, I still do not believe that Bloom will gamble on a season of mediocrity. I am convinced some good signings are on the way and when they do, we will all feel better. If I am wrong, then yes, we are going to have a tedious year. In the next few weeks we will know and my bet is on a few surprise quality signings, so watch this space............... .......!![/p][/quote]Yes, Some quality players would give the whole squad a lift. This followed by a few decent results would change the whole mood of the place and could propel us up the table. It's a big IF in my view - but if it happens then i will hold my hands up and say I underestimated the work being done in the transfer market. Of course it's amazing how quickly confidence can come back and ordinary players suddenly look good when they get a few wins under their belt. However, I wait to see what happens up to the end of the transfer window- before I pass judgement. Based on today's performance - I'm not filled with confidence - but who knows - and Sammi deserves to be given a chance to succeed before the knives come out. Vince
  • Score: 5

1:12am Sun 10 Aug 14

Please wake up says...

Sammi is a Yes man happy to work with no money just like Sammy Lee said.Thats why he can't even find a number 2 to work with him.The only guy the Argus could find to say nice things about him from Liverpool was Ian Mellors son for crying out loud lol.Anyone that watched the football league show tonight should be able to see what vile freeloaders our young players really are.Most other championship clubs have lads of just 18 playing out their skins being linked to prem-league clubs.Please don't just let the clubs PR men along with Dunks and JFC family take over this site with their pure rubbish day after day.
Sammi is a Yes man happy to work with no money just like Sammy Lee said.Thats why he can't even find a number 2 to work with him.The only guy the Argus could find to say nice things about him from Liverpool was Ian Mellors son for crying out loud lol.Anyone that watched the football league show tonight should be able to see what vile freeloaders our young players really are.Most other championship clubs have lads of just 18 playing out their skins being linked to prem-league clubs.Please don't just let the clubs PR men along with Dunks and JFC family take over this site with their pure rubbish day after day. Please wake up
  • Score: 0

1:55am Sun 10 Aug 14

whatevernext2013 says...

oh dear and its only day one in the new season ,and my money is on a drop to the lower leagues ,they might find there spot two or three divisions down
oh dear and its only day one in the new season ,and my money is on a drop to the lower leagues ,they might find there spot two or three divisions down whatevernext2013
  • Score: -1

6:32am Sun 10 Aug 14

Singing Seagull, Indonesia says...

Okay, so this might upset a few people but here goes...

We lost. The doom-mongers said we would and you were right. But, come on, let's not get so carried away. We all agree we are under strength still and it's also pretty unanimous that we shouldn't have been allowed to start the season so far under strength. We have been promised new and good signings and I still expect TB to back up his words with action - maybe one or two signings and two or three loans from the upcoming Prem surplus pool. Just maybe this might help TB an co understand even more the need for strong acquisitions (although personally I think he was fully aware of that need before yesterday's result).

With good signings we will still go on to make an impact on this league and it's at times like this that Sami and his players need supporters to support. That isn't actually a criticism of those who are voicing their concerns, but it is a criticism of the many who have spouted venom on this forum since yesterday. Some of those people are the obvious trolls and WUMs who are understandably delighted to see us lose as it gives them a renewed purpose in life. I wholeheartedly agree that constructive negative comments born out of genuine love and concern for our beloved club are totally appropriate now.

But let's not get things out I context. We lost an opening game that we should have won, but the season lasts until next May and if/when the right signings come home to roost we will be a strong force again. TB hasn't let us down in the past (although I know some will say he has). He is a supporter an he also happens to hold the purse strings - it's easy to cry "spend, spend, spend" when it I one one else's money. I expect some good spending over the next couple of weeks (as promised) and I expect us to develop into the strong Albion team that we all want.

Guys and girls, we are where we are. No point in looking over our shoulders, we need to move forward.

Finally, although SH's tactics and team selection will always be open to debate, I applaud him for giving us a more attacking intent. Good use of substitutions and made in time for them to do something instead of moments before the final whistle as seemed to happen too often last season. We just need to bring in the bodies now that are capable of delivering - Ward, Clayton, Ibe and/or Lingard would do it for me but some more to add strength in depth will help and no doubt some unexpected names too.

Come on Albion fans. Let's support through this transition, weeks late as it is.

Albion til I die.

UTA!!
Okay, so this might upset a few people but here goes... We lost. The doom-mongers said we would and you were right. But, come on, let's not get so carried away. We all agree we are under strength still and it's also pretty unanimous that we shouldn't have been allowed to start the season so far under strength. We have been promised new and good signings and I still expect TB to back up his words with action - maybe one or two signings and two or three loans from the upcoming Prem surplus pool. Just maybe this might help TB an co understand even more the need for strong acquisitions (although personally I think he was fully aware of that need before yesterday's result). With good signings we will still go on to make an impact on this league and it's at times like this that Sami and his players need supporters to support. That isn't actually a criticism of those who are voicing their concerns, but it is a criticism of the many who have spouted venom on this forum since yesterday. Some of those people are the obvious trolls and WUMs who are understandably delighted to see us lose as it gives them a renewed purpose in life. I wholeheartedly agree that constructive negative comments born out of genuine love and concern for our beloved club are totally appropriate now. But let's not get things out I context. We lost an opening game that we should have won, but the season lasts until next May and if/when the right signings come home to roost we will be a strong force again. TB hasn't let us down in the past (although I know some will say he has). He is a supporter an he also happens to hold the purse strings - it's easy to cry "spend, spend, spend" when it I one one else's money. I expect some good spending over the next couple of weeks (as promised) and I expect us to develop into the strong Albion team that we all want. Guys and girls, we are where we are. No point in looking over our shoulders, we need to move forward. Finally, although SH's tactics and team selection will always be open to debate, I applaud him for giving us a more attacking intent. Good use of substitutions and made in time for them to do something instead of moments before the final whistle as seemed to happen too often last season. We just need to bring in the bodies now that are capable of delivering - Ward, Clayton, Ibe and/or Lingard would do it for me but some more to add strength in depth will help and no doubt some unexpected names too. Come on Albion fans. Let's support through this transition, weeks late as it is. Albion til I die. UTA!! Singing Seagull, Indonesia
  • Score: 4

6:48am Sun 10 Aug 14

ray23666 says...

The team as a whole we're very poor. It's very easy to sit here ripping 14 players, 1 manager & directors to shreads, what about the other 24000 BHA fans?
In all my 43 of going to watch BHA play I've never heard a home crowd so quiet. Now Garcia & Ulloa have gone it seems the "North Stand Chior" can only sing "go left go right" or "we hate Palace". For those that have not moved on.......Palace aren't in our league anymore, so why sing about the?
We need the crowd behind the team, we need to sing songs that get the team going, that make the Amex rock. SW sang there heart out yesterday, Yeovil 250 fans last season out sang BHA. What is the "go left, go right song" song about anyway?
We have massive amounts to do on the pitch, but in my opinion more to do as supporters.
I was looking to move to the North Stand last season, but decided to stay in the East Upper because I get a better view and after attending a few away games and being around young BHA supporters who only wanted to sing "We hate Palace" I decided against it.
Come on 24000 + can lift a team considerably.
It's not always clear cut who's to blame.
UP THE ALBION
The team as a whole we're very poor. It's very easy to sit here ripping 14 players, 1 manager & directors to shreads, what about the other 24000 BHA fans? In all my 43 of going to watch BHA play I've never heard a home crowd so quiet. Now Garcia & Ulloa have gone it seems the "North Stand Chior" can only sing "go left go right" or "we hate Palace". For those that have not moved on.......Palace aren't in our league anymore, so why sing about the? We need the crowd behind the team, we need to sing songs that get the team going, that make the Amex rock. SW sang there heart out yesterday, Yeovil 250 fans last season out sang BHA. What is the "go left, go right song" song about anyway? We have massive amounts to do on the pitch, but in my opinion more to do as supporters. I was looking to move to the North Stand last season, but decided to stay in the East Upper because I get a better view and after attending a few away games and being around young BHA supporters who only wanted to sing "We hate Palace" I decided against it. Come on 24000 + can lift a team considerably. It's not always clear cut who's to blame. UP THE ALBION ray23666
  • Score: 4

6:53am Sun 10 Aug 14

Hugothepug says...

Nice post - concerned yet supportive of our manager, players and Our club. Get some decent signings, win a couple of games back to back and hey presto these same bed wetters will think we can win the league. Think of end game people. It's going to happen and we'll be in good financial shape when it does.
Nice post - concerned yet supportive of our manager, players and Our club. Get some decent signings, win a couple of games back to back and hey presto these same bed wetters will think we can win the league. Think of end game people. It's going to happen and we'll be in good financial shape when it does. Hugothepug
  • Score: -8

7:42am Sun 10 Aug 14

Far gull says...

Hugothepug wrote:
Nice post - concerned yet supportive of our manager, players and Our club. Get some decent signings, win a couple of games back to back and hey presto these same bed wetters will think we can win the league. Think of end game people. It's going to happen and we'll be in good financial shape when it does.
I genuinely hope you are right about back to back wins ,and yes applaud comments about backing club etc etc.
We however no longer have any new stadium feel good factor and no players to set the pulses racing ,that also get the crowd going,most players looked over weight in midfield .
We are obviously going to play more attacking game ( or try to) just don't have the players (Buckley and cms aside,and they were on bench for much of the game)) .
We are going to be ffp compliant but end up in league 1 playing like this end of. Talk of players such as Adam Clayton ( he may be above average in championship) is fine but a bet you a players like Vicente , Spanish Dave(of first season) ,Kusack ,Ulloa ,Bridge put at least 4-5,000 on the gate. In fact I have neighbours who I know bought season tickets on the back of these signings who have now given them up for this season. Last season they kept them expecting us to progress ..we didn't and the play offs flattered us.
The three B 's need to realise they are in the entertainment buisness yesterday was like watching a bad film ,it puts you off going till the next blockbuster draws you out ,but crucially many film fans do not buy season tickets ,it does not make them bad fans but prove they want to be entertained.
Add ,quite simply poor catering ( prices and queues) you have a recipe for a downward trend. There are two sackings required imho and they are not on the playing side of the buisness.
[quote][p][bold]Hugothepug[/bold] wrote: Nice post - concerned yet supportive of our manager, players and Our club. Get some decent signings, win a couple of games back to back and hey presto these same bed wetters will think we can win the league. Think of end game people. It's going to happen and we'll be in good financial shape when it does.[/p][/quote]I genuinely hope you are right about back to back wins ,and yes applaud comments about backing club etc etc. We however no longer have any new stadium feel good factor and no players to set the pulses racing ,that also get the crowd going,most players looked over weight in midfield . We are obviously going to play more attacking game ( or try to) just don't have the players (Buckley and cms aside,and they were on bench for much of the game)) . We are going to be ffp compliant but end up in league 1 playing like this end of. Talk of players such as Adam Clayton ( he may be above average in championship) is fine but a bet you a players like Vicente , Spanish Dave(of first season) ,Kusack ,Ulloa ,Bridge put at least 4-5,000 on the gate. In fact I have neighbours who I know bought season tickets on the back of these signings who have now given them up for this season. Last season they kept them expecting us to progress ..we didn't and the play offs flattered us. The three B 's need to realise they are in the entertainment buisness yesterday was like watching a bad film ,it puts you off going till the next blockbuster draws you out ,but crucially many film fans do not buy season tickets ,it does not make them bad fans but prove they want to be entertained. Add ,quite simply poor catering ( prices and queues) you have a recipe for a downward trend. There are two sackings required imho and they are not on the playing side of the buisness. Far gull
  • Score: 7

9:22am Sun 10 Aug 14

ringtone says...

Singing Seagull, Indonesia wrote:
Okay, so this might upset a few people but here goes...

We lost. The doom-mongers said we would and you were right. But, come on, let's not get so carried away. We all agree we are under strength still and it's also pretty unanimous that we shouldn't have been allowed to start the season so far under strength. We have been promised new and good signings and I still expect TB to back up his words with action - maybe one or two signings and two or three loans from the upcoming Prem surplus pool. Just maybe this might help TB an co understand even more the need for strong acquisitions (although personally I think he was fully aware of that need before yesterday's result).

With good signings we will still go on to make an impact on this league and it's at times like this that Sami and his players need supporters to support. That isn't actually a criticism of those who are voicing their concerns, but it is a criticism of the many who have spouted venom on this forum since yesterday. Some of those people are the obvious trolls and WUMs who are understandably delighted to see us lose as it gives them a renewed purpose in life. I wholeheartedly agree that constructive negative comments born out of genuine love and concern for our beloved club are totally appropriate now.

But let's not get things out I context. We lost an opening game that we should have won, but the season lasts until next May and if/when the right signings come home to roost we will be a strong force again. TB hasn't let us down in the past (although I know some will say he has). He is a supporter an he also happens to hold the purse strings - it's easy to cry "spend, spend, spend" when it I one one else's money. I expect some good spending over the next couple of weeks (as promised) and I expect us to develop into the strong Albion team that we all want.

Guys and girls, we are where we are. No point in looking over our shoulders, we need to move forward.

Finally, although SH's tactics and team selection will always be open to debate, I applaud him for giving us a more attacking intent. Good use of substitutions and made in time for them to do something instead of moments before the final whistle as seemed to happen too often last season. We just need to bring in the bodies now that are capable of delivering - Ward, Clayton, Ibe and/or Lingard would do it for me but some more to add strength in depth will help and no doubt some unexpected names too.

Come on Albion fans. Let's support through this transition, weeks late as it is.

Albion til I die.

UTA!!
Standing Ovation.

Well done.

Mug
[quote][p][bold]Singing Seagull, Indonesia[/bold] wrote: Okay, so this might upset a few people but here goes... We lost. The doom-mongers said we would and you were right. But, come on, let's not get so carried away. We all agree we are under strength still and it's also pretty unanimous that we shouldn't have been allowed to start the season so far under strength. We have been promised new and good signings and I still expect TB to back up his words with action - maybe one or two signings and two or three loans from the upcoming Prem surplus pool. Just maybe this might help TB an co understand even more the need for strong acquisitions (although personally I think he was fully aware of that need before yesterday's result). With good signings we will still go on to make an impact on this league and it's at times like this that Sami and his players need supporters to support. That isn't actually a criticism of those who are voicing their concerns, but it is a criticism of the many who have spouted venom on this forum since yesterday. Some of those people are the obvious trolls and WUMs who are understandably delighted to see us lose as it gives them a renewed purpose in life. I wholeheartedly agree that constructive negative comments born out of genuine love and concern for our beloved club are totally appropriate now. But let's not get things out I context. We lost an opening game that we should have won, but the season lasts until next May and if/when the right signings come home to roost we will be a strong force again. TB hasn't let us down in the past (although I know some will say he has). He is a supporter an he also happens to hold the purse strings - it's easy to cry "spend, spend, spend" when it I one one else's money. I expect some good spending over the next couple of weeks (as promised) and I expect us to develop into the strong Albion team that we all want. Guys and girls, we are where we are. No point in looking over our shoulders, we need to move forward. Finally, although SH's tactics and team selection will always be open to debate, I applaud him for giving us a more attacking intent. Good use of substitutions and made in time for them to do something instead of moments before the final whistle as seemed to happen too often last season. We just need to bring in the bodies now that are capable of delivering - Ward, Clayton, Ibe and/or Lingard would do it for me but some more to add strength in depth will help and no doubt some unexpected names too. Come on Albion fans. Let's support through this transition, weeks late as it is. Albion til I die. UTA!![/p][/quote]Standing Ovation. Well done. Mug ringtone
  • Score: -2

9:53am Sun 10 Aug 14

Rougvie Legend says...

It wasn't good but I don't think it was as bad as many on here are saying, I feel we will score more goals this season from what I saw yesterday, I didn't think Stockdale commanded his area like a million pound keeper but maybe that harsh, I do feel our policy of let's do our transfer business late August has already cost us 3 points could prove costly come season end
It wasn't good but I don't think it was as bad as many on here are saying, I feel we will score more goals this season from what I saw yesterday, I didn't think Stockdale commanded his area like a million pound keeper but maybe that harsh, I do feel our policy of let's do our transfer business late August has already cost us 3 points could prove costly come season end Rougvie Legend
  • Score: 4

11:09am Sun 10 Aug 14

Towner83 says...

Certainly not Hughes!! Wonder if Stevie Wonder picked the MOM yesterday
Certainly not Hughes!! Wonder if Stevie Wonder picked the MOM yesterday Towner83
  • Score: 1

1:56pm Sun 10 Aug 14

tinker111 says...

NOT ONE OF THEM GOOD ENOUGH TO BE M O M REF WAS SPOT ON SO LETS HAVE HIM
NOT ONE OF THEM GOOD ENOUGH TO BE M O M REF WAS SPOT ON SO LETS HAVE HIM tinker111
  • Score: 1

1:58pm Sun 10 Aug 14

tinker111 says...

ringtone wrote:
Sami.

For not playing DUNK OR ANKERS

TRUE GENIUS
DUNK OK FOR BACK UP BUT WALTON SHOULD BE ON BENCH THAT'S IF YOU HAVE SEEN HIM TO MAKE COMMENT
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Sami. For not playing DUNK OR ANKERS TRUE GENIUS[/p][/quote]DUNK OK FOR BACK UP BUT WALTON SHOULD BE ON BENCH THAT'S IF YOU HAVE SEEN HIM TO MAKE COMMENT tinker111
  • Score: -1

7:50pm Sun 10 Aug 14

wrighty2908 says...

Rougvie Legend wrote:
It wasn't good but I don't think it was as bad as many on here are saying, I feel we will score more goals this season from what I saw yesterday, I didn't think Stockdale commanded his area like a million pound keeper but maybe that harsh, I do feel our policy of let's do our transfer business late August has already cost us 3 points could prove costly come season end
Rubbish apart from a couple of goal kicks his distribution was much quicker and accurate than his predecessor and thats no disrespect to TK. Also the fact that our two centre backs are not the quickest DS is very quick off of his line.
[quote][p][bold]Rougvie Legend[/bold] wrote: It wasn't good but I don't think it was as bad as many on here are saying, I feel we will score more goals this season from what I saw yesterday, I didn't think Stockdale commanded his area like a million pound keeper but maybe that harsh, I do feel our policy of let's do our transfer business late August has already cost us 3 points could prove costly come season end[/p][/quote]Rubbish apart from a couple of goal kicks his distribution was much quicker and accurate than his predecessor and thats no disrespect to TK. Also the fact that our two centre backs are not the quickest DS is very quick off of his line. wrighty2908
  • Score: 1

8:00pm Sun 10 Aug 14

wrighty2908 says...

Far gull wrote:
Hugothepug wrote:
Nice post - concerned yet supportive of our manager, players and Our club. Get some decent signings, win a couple of games back to back and hey presto these same bed wetters will think we can win the league. Think of end game people. It's going to happen and we'll be in good financial shape when it does.
I genuinely hope you are right about back to back wins ,and yes applaud comments about backing club etc etc.
We however no longer have any new stadium feel good factor and no players to set the pulses racing ,that also get the crowd going,most players looked over weight in midfield .
We are obviously going to play more attacking game ( or try to) just don't have the players (Buckley and cms aside,and they were on bench for much of the game)) .
We are going to be ffp compliant but end up in league 1 playing like this end of. Talk of players such as Adam Clayton ( he may be above average in championship) is fine but a bet you a players like Vicente , Spanish Dave(of first season) ,Kusack ,Ulloa ,Bridge put at least 4-5,000 on the gate. In fact I have neighbours who I know bought season tickets on the back of these signings who have now given them up for this season. Last season they kept them expecting us to progress ..we didn't and the play offs flattered us.
The three B 's need to realise they are in the entertainment buisness yesterday was like watching a bad film ,it puts you off going till the next blockbuster draws you out ,but crucially many film fans do not buy season tickets ,it does not make them bad fans but prove they want to be entertained.
Add ,quite simply poor catering ( prices and queues) you have a recipe for a downward trend. There are two sackings required imho and they are not on the playing side of the buisness.
Well obviously your neighbours are not true supporters of our club and I would rather they didn't turn up, I have a two hundred and 10 mile round trip for home games and I have no intention of giving up my season ticket anytime yet, pathetic UTA
[quote][p][bold]Far gull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hugothepug[/bold] wrote: Nice post - concerned yet supportive of our manager, players and Our club. Get some decent signings, win a couple of games back to back and hey presto these same bed wetters will think we can win the league. Think of end game people. It's going to happen and we'll be in good financial shape when it does.[/p][/quote]I genuinely hope you are right about back to back wins ,and yes applaud comments about backing club etc etc. We however no longer have any new stadium feel good factor and no players to set the pulses racing ,that also get the crowd going,most players looked over weight in midfield . We are obviously going to play more attacking game ( or try to) just don't have the players (Buckley and cms aside,and they were on bench for much of the game)) . We are going to be ffp compliant but end up in league 1 playing like this end of. Talk of players such as Adam Clayton ( he may be above average in championship) is fine but a bet you a players like Vicente , Spanish Dave(of first season) ,Kusack ,Ulloa ,Bridge put at least 4-5,000 on the gate. In fact I have neighbours who I know bought season tickets on the back of these signings who have now given them up for this season. Last season they kept them expecting us to progress ..we didn't and the play offs flattered us. The three B 's need to realise they are in the entertainment buisness yesterday was like watching a bad film ,it puts you off going till the next blockbuster draws you out ,but crucially many film fans do not buy season tickets ,it does not make them bad fans but prove they want to be entertained. Add ,quite simply poor catering ( prices and queues) you have a recipe for a downward trend. There are two sackings required imho and they are not on the playing side of the buisness.[/p][/quote]Well obviously your neighbours are not true supporters of our club and I would rather they didn't turn up, I have a two hundred and 10 mile round trip for home games and I have no intention of giving up my season ticket anytime yet, pathetic UTA wrighty2908
  • Score: 0

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