Started by Dixkot, September 16, 2012, 18:43:31 pm
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Quote from: Pudders on October 19, 2012, 17:55:07 pmYou seem to be labouring under the illusion that these clubs are making a profit Andy and lining the pockets of the board/owners? I don't think that is the case for most clubs throughout the football leagues?
Quote from: Andy42g on October 19, 2012, 14:27:59 pmYeah - but sorry you are picking a very poor argument as my bike for instance was cheaper than the one before it as bike prices have generally decreased due parts been made in the Far East. Plus it was bought on bike to work and in a sale (see how that works - I got it cheap). Then on top of that it saves me a fiver a day plus in petrol every day and pays for itself, keeps me fit and healthy and I'm not tied to buying replica kit for it every 6 months.EDIT: and plus to go see live pro cycling in Manchester velodrome which we are going to do three times this winter is £15 a ticket.
QuoteWelll... I used to go see a lot of football but don't bother because of what football has become - same with my partner. I do quite like the game itself - just not the "game" as it exists. I also have a son and daughter who would love to go see lots of football games but forking out £100 a time is out of the question - we do other stuff which is not quite such a fecking rip off.
QuoteDiscussion. It's an opinion. This is a discussion thread. You don't like my opinion - fine. You like to bury you head in the sand - fine. But you can do something about it (football) - which is my point really.
Quote from: Matt2112 on October 23, 2012, 17:20:18 pmYes - like coming down The Shay.It's only £13.00.
Quote from: Andy42g on October 24, 2012, 13:45:58 pmHow much are the pies?
Quote from: Andy42g on October 28, 2012, 21:12:23 pmHeard quite a lot about football on the radio this weekend. Seemed to be mainly about racism, diving and bad refereeing. Such a fine sport.
Quote from: zoony on October 28, 2012, 23:09:11 pmAll I've heard about cycling in the last few weeks is about a drug taking cheat who has shamed the credibility of the sport .
Quote from: zoony on October 29, 2012, 22:02:34 pmAny comments on the new yellow football used at the weekend? Apparantly it's the most visible ball ever.
Quote from: colinbrown69 on October 30, 2012, 03:25:17 amThe best football in the world,apparently,so the ads all say,so it must be true,cheers, Colin
Quote from: Andy42g on October 31, 2012, 13:14:14 pmMiking up the referees so we can all hears what's being said on the pitch? Seems a good idea to stop all the disrespect that seems to be currently prevalent on the fiield of 'play'.Imagine that... either all matches would have to be 18 certificate for the language or the players may actually learn some discipline. The sponsors would soon step in...Rugby does it - but then again that has a culture of respect for authority. Imagine that: respect in, and for, football? What a revelation.
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