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  1. #461
    Quote Originally Posted by Basingstokered View Post
    Just be thankful you donít have to suffer the Aldi advert with Raheem Sterling, Kyle Walker and Gary Cahill for the World Cup absolutely woeful
    This site will put the advert up given half the chance!

  2. #462
    Raheem Sterling gets a tattoo - the Sun w@nks itself to death
    Raheem Sterling hires a plane - the Sun w@nks itself to death
    Raheem Sterling flies with EasyJet - the Sun w@nks itself to death
    Raheem Sterling buys a sink - the Sun w@nks itself to death

    etc


    https://twitter.com/adamkeyworth/sta...588502530?s=21

  3. #463
    It is pish right enough. The EPL not content with 2 platforms showing live games upping it to 3. Rumors of Amazon or Facebook winning the rights to broad. The public now be fleeced by 3 providers for 1 competition. It will eat itself.

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    W@nking on about how a billion has been spent this window. F@ck right off

  5. #465
    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    W@nking on about how a billion has been spent this window. F@ck right off
    Itís utterly disgusting and quite depressing really when you think what that money could be used for.

    Plus Itíll all just go into the pockets of total bellends like Raheem Stirling and their agents 😔

    Said it before and Iíll say it again - anyone paying for Sky Sports from up here (actually from anywhere really) should take a long hard look at themselves....

  6. #466
    Jim White and Co must have been devastated:

    English Premier League clubs spent £1.23bn in the summer transfer window, down for the first time since 2010, according to Deloitte analysis.

    The record of £1.43bn was set in the summer transfer window of 2017, which means clubs spent £200m less this year.

    Part of this can be explained by the fact one of the 20 Premier League clubs - Tottenham - saw no incomings, the first time this has happened since the summer transfer window was introduced in 2003.

    However

    The highest-spending clubs were Liverpool (£165m), Chelsea (£120m), Fulham (£105m) and Leicester City (£100m), representing around 40% of the aggregate gross player transfer expenditure by Premier League clubs.


    Fulham and Leicester: a combined total of £205m spent... anyone who says this isn't an issue needs to have their head checked.

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    The tickets prices are going up. Its going to be half empty grounds soon.

    Good. F@ck the EPL

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    Going up to what?





    I get the feeling I'm going to be shocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    Going up to what?





    I get the feeling I'm going to be shocked.
    97 quid a ticket at the Emirates

    80 at West Ham

    95 at Spurs for Spurs being three of the dearest


    You do have good guys in Burnley and Huddersfield who don't break 40 notes for their dearest (still dear if you ask me but compared to the rest)


    I read an article on line about teams that say they have their lowest set at a really low price for example Murderpool at a tenner so people think they are good guys but these tickets are extremely limited to between 1-200 tickets. Its all a scam to make themselves look like they are appealing and good value but most tickets are 50 quid plus. Man City had the lowest priced season ticket at 120 quid but there was only 150 of them

    50 quid or more to watch fitba. Get that right to f@ck. I have never have paid that anywhere in my life and I never will. (Most ever was AC Milan v Napoli at 40 euros)

  10. #470
    I remember the first time I went to San Siro being prepared to have to pay a heap to get in.
    Fair enough I was in the top row behind the goals but it was cheaper than Pittodrie.
    I also got to see a hat trick from Marco van Basten in my end.


    Anyway, I presume that the three London prices you gave me were for the dearer seats, the days of me going to see West Ham and Spurs for a few quid are obviously over but how are you supposed to be able to afford to take a couple of kids with you to see your team?

    It's not sustainable, we all know that, but I wish it would all collapse soon and give us all a laugh.

  11. #471
    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    I remember the first time I went to San Siro being prepared to have to pay a heap to get in.
    Fair enough I was in the top row behind the goals but it was cheaper than Pittodrie.
    I also got to see a hat trick from Marco van Basten in my end.


    Anyway, I presume that the three London prices you gave me were for the dearer seats, the days of me going to see West Ham and Spurs for a few quid are obviously over but how are you supposed to be able to afford to take a couple of kids with you to see your team?

    It's not sustainable, we all know that, but I wish it would all collapse soon and give us all a laugh.
    Like every other bubble, it will burst one day. Its the nature of the world.

    Even if Aberdeen were spending £200m a season on the best players in the world and winning everything, i still wouldnt pay £100 a ticket. Some folk slag off Scottish football, but give me real fitba over the hyped up pomp down south any day.

    And when the bubble does burst... English playboy footballers out of jobs, clubs getting liquidated, stadiums closing down, fans protesting, panic on the streets of London... magic.
    Last edited by Stupie82; 10-08-2018 at 11:26 AM.

  12. #472
    Quote Originally Posted by The_Moog View Post

    Said it before and I’ll say it again - anyone paying for Sky Sports from up here (actually from anywhere really) should take a long hard look at themselves....
    This with bells on.

  13. #473
    Quote Originally Posted by Mason89 View Post
    This with bells on.
    Gave up both BT and Sky about 3 years ago. Cant believe I was spending £50 a month to only occasionally see an Aberdeen game. Waste of money and Moog is right, anyone still paying for it needs to ask themselves why. Its not even good value...


    Great article on the "bubble" from Forbes.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/andrewb...it-will-burst/
    Last edited by Stupie82; 10-08-2018 at 11:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    I remember the first time I went to San Siro being prepared to have to pay a heap to get in.
    Fair enough I was in the top row behind the goals but it was cheaper than Pittodrie.
    I also got to see a hat trick from Marco van Basten in my end.


    Anyway, I presume that the three London prices you gave me were for the dearer seats, the days of me going to see West Ham and Spurs for a few quid are obviously over but how are you supposed to be able to afford to take a couple of kids with you to see your team?

    It's not sustainable, we all know that, but I wish it would all collapse soon and give us all a laugh.
    Aye that's the dearer but the average cheaper is 50 quid barring these miniscule amounts of cheap tickets which are just a ploy so they look better on paper

    40 Euros for a one off to the San Siro is worth it. Imagine having to pay 50 upwards every other week. F@ck that

  15. #475
    It's nae just a case of "f'uck that" I just couldn't afford it

    I certainly couldn't have afforded it when I was taking my 3 kids.

    If it's still a working man's sport down south then the working man earns a lot more than me (something I have long suspected)




    EDIT


    Things donsdaft can't afford that your average minker seems to manage nae bother

    Smoke
    Drink in Aberdeen pubs
    Have Sky TV
    Order take away meals
    Get his nails done, (female minkers only)

    ^^^^^ This would include all forms of unspeakable female pampering

    Get out of my face
    Actually feed my devil dug

    Only wear "designer" (that has to be said in the minkiest Aberdeen accent you can manage)








    I'm going to ad to this as the day goes on
    Last edited by donsdaft; 10-08-2018 at 12:41 PM.

  16. #476
    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    The tickets prices are going up. Its going to be half empty grounds soon.

    Good. F@ck the EPL
    Unfortunately 50K people inside the ground doesn't make a significant difference. Every pub and coffee shop across the ME and FE is full. The $$$ keep coming.

  17. #477
    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    It's nae just a case of "f'uck that" I just couldn't afford it

    I certainly couldn't have afforded it when I was taking my 3 kids.

    If it's still a working man's sport down south then the working man earns a lot more than me (something I have long suspected)




    EDIT


    Things donsdaft can't afford that your average minker seems to manage nae bother

    Smoke
    Drink in Aberdeen pubs
    Have Sky TV
    Order take away meals
    Get his nails done, (female minkers only)

    ^^^^^ This would include all forms of unspeakable female pampering

    Get out of my face
    Actually feed my devil dug

    Only wear "designer" (that has to be said in the minkiest Aberdeen accent you can manage)








    I'm going to ad to this as the day goes on
    😂😂
    Donsdaft
    Now that Kenny MacLean has gone and your views on him are only mentioned 3 times a week, you are back to being my favourite poster on here (well now that Walter no longer posts)
    Look forward to this list being added to - it is not only amusing but so ****ing true.
    Also allows me to tell the kids not to go into the optical business

  18. #478
    Ach, there's money to be made in optics but best if you're an optician and not a loon with 3 o'levels.

    But opticians are weird min.

    Mind you they have to spend their entire life in a small darkened room saying " is that better or worse" to folk who's reply could be something like " Tuesday "

    I suppose that affects the mind.

  19. #479
    ..... aye ... and blin' happy clappers fa, regardless o' the letters on the chart, and sizes thereof, will say C . O . Y . R . 1 . 9 . O . 3 . 2 . S . T . A . R . S . I . N . D . E . E . K . W . E . T . R . U . S . T . G . I . R . F . U . Y . Y . A . H . U . N . C . U . N . T . S .....

    ..... Ha ha ha ha ....

    .... or .... over tae you

  20. #480
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44850888

    Some of the stats in the above article are staggering.

    "...Bournemouth, with the smallest ground capacity in the Premier League of just 11,450 and who intend to build a bigger stadium, had a turnover of almost £136.5m in 2016-17, with £5.2m from tickets. That is less than 4p in every £1 of its income for the season."


    "...Bolton Wanderers - a club that has staved off threats of administration in recent years - spent £12.6m on staffing but made just £8.26m before tax and other costs. That is 153% of its turnover for the year."


    Those subscribing to BT and Sky... time for a rethink.

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