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Thread: Club Statement

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    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post
    What does Jason Hill's say about his character?
    I was just about to ask the same. Is he a child?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post
    What does Jason Hill's say about his character?
    That he's 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Where did they get the 100k fanbase from?

    "You may have heard tbe club refer to itself as a challenger brand". Nope never
    I’m not saying we do have a 100k fan base but I presume they are taking that from the amount of people on Union Street for the cup parade in 2014?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post
    What does Jason Hill's say about his character?
    honest & methodical

    Do you know the person?
    Is he just outa jail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jussi View Post
    honest & methodical

    Do you know the person?
    Is he just outa jail
    No but I did a 8 year stretch with him back in the 90's.

    Stealing post-it notes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico94 View Post
    I’m not saying we do have a 100k fan base but I presume they are taking that from the amount of people on Union Street for the cup parade in 2014?
    The club has got 98,000 followers on twitter, so I suppose they rounded that up to 100,000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter View Post
    The club has got 98,000 followers on twitter, so I suppose they rounded that up to 100,000
    Good point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter View Post
    The club has got 98,000 followers on twitter, so I suppose they rounded that up to 100,000
    What they said tonight was that they had a database of 100,000 people that had “interacted “ with the club so that could be anything from someone who has bought a ticket to someone who has ordered something from the club shop online etc

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    Think tonight’s meeting at Pittodrie was organised due to the pant p1shers on here and various other social media platforms, p1ssing their pants whilst drinking from their half full glasses, whilst simultaneously sucking the life out of any room they enter.

    However, reckon the stadium will get pushed back to 2023 season, by the sounds of it tonight. And training ground now September slash October

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feck_the_Huns View Post
    Think tonight’s meeting at Pittodrie was organised due to the pant p1shers on here and various other social media platforms, p1ssing their pants whilst drinking from their half full glasses, whilst simultaneously sucking the life out of any room they enter.

    However, reckon the stadium will get pushed back to 2023 season, by the sounds of it tonight. And training ground now September slash October
    It’s always the fans fault. Nothing to do with the idiots running the club...they are blameless.

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    Push it back to 2043 means I will never have to look down Merkland Road East and not see a football stadium.

    F'uck the s'hitehole in the country.



    2033 would probably do it but I don't want to take the chance.
    Last edited by donsdaft; 15-05-2019 at 09:29 PM.

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    These pair of chancers are saying they need the fans now. Pity at least one of them didn’t listen any other time about stadium issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post
    What does Jason Hill's say about his character?
    He cannae spell Jason

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    Did Hibs go through all this palaver when they did up Easter Road or did they just get on with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feck_the_Huns View Post
    Think tonight’s meeting at Pittodrie was organised due to the pant p1shers on here and various other social media platforms, p1ssing their pants whilst drinking from their half full glasses, whilst simultaneously sucking the life out of any room they enter.

    However, reckon the stadium will get pushed back to 2023 season, by the sounds of it tonight. And training ground now September slash October
    So the pant pishers are asking the club questions? That's good because the happy clappers would just sit back and let the Huns, Celtic, Milne and anyone else ride us up and down the street whilst telling us Hibs and Hearts fans are better than us. The grumbles go beyond here and other social media platforms. Otherwise the club wouldn't give a ****.

    Saltire said their sponsorship would take them up till the stadium is finished so that would be 2023 then?

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    None of this utter utter b0llocks would have anything to do with poor season ticket sales would it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redscot View Post
    "You may have heard tbe club refer to itself as a challenger brand"

    The utter w@nkery at our Club is laughable.

    Our need to change things has already been phucked by someone regarding the 11-1 voting structure.

    Our state of the art training ground is already out of date, no indoor training pitches.

    New Stadium Consultation, how about if we were asked if we wanted to stay at Pittodrie rather than some shed in a field?

    Our history only seems to have started in 2007?


    There is plenty more to get ripped into.
    I agree with all redscot says.

    Nevertheless, there has been a realisation at board level that fans are pissed off, unlikely to buy into DNA long term and that the projected rise in income from the move to Easter Alford has to be funded by bums on seats for which there is no evidence. “Challenger brand” is pish, as many of the banks who started the terminology have found out (they changed to fintech so lots of scope for copywriters to come up with a fitba equivalent) but it’s the first acknowledgement that the future depends on wide community support not a ‘we know best’ edict from the board. Any statement which pushes the message that a whole organisation is behind something is usually a confirmation that it is completely split which mirrors the view in the support about the stadium.

    It’s easy to dismiss as a “we’re listening” PR puff but there was never any serious attempt in the past to suggest there was any listening going on at all so I would at least give this a cautious welcome.

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    The Head of Communication's signature is illegible.

    I haven't read the document. It would depress me.

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    AND ... they have arranged the signatures in alphabetical order of first names.

    That does it. I'm off. No going back.

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    I feel its all just Lip Service until they actually sit down and ask EVERY season ticket holder and fan what they actually want and what their preference is.
    The way things are going, there will be a lot less season ticket holders to ask next season if they continue ignoring the fans like they have been up to now.
    It's like Brexit to me, a complete smoke screen, with the people in charge just saying whatever they want to suit their own agendas and fvck everyone else.

    I really hope to fvck Kingsford doesn't happen and we redevelop Pittodrie. Yes I know it costs more blah blah blah, but how much publicity would it be for a company to step in and help out doing this?
    We could then rename it in their honour but actually stay where the majority (of the fans I know) want to stay.

    We then have a win win, brand new training facility and stay where we are. Pipe dream? Maybe, but thats my preference.

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