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    Question Season tickets?

    I pay the thick end of £75.00 a month by Direct Debit to pay for my lot's season tickets at Turf Moor.

    In all probability we will not see a live game at Turf Moor until September. Am I being unreasonable in just cancelling the aforementioned Direct Debit Mandate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    I pay the thick end of £75.00 a month by Direct Debit to pay for my lot's season tickets at Turf Moor.

    In all probability we will not see a live game at Turf Moor until September. Am I being unreasonable in just cancelling the aforementioned Direct Debit Mandate?
    BT --as you obviously consider the whole virus scenario to be a scam which is affecting everything, why do you need to ask if you are being unreasonable in cancelling a Direct Debit Mandate?
    You obviously feel that the club should be playing matches at the Turf, therefore, they are conning you out of your hard-earned by not doing so. Only one answer then!

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    If a club is strapped for cash and liable to go under, then I would continue to contribute. In BFC's case they are solvent, they have money coming out of their ears, they have players on enormous salaries who could easily afford to take massive pay cuts if the situation deteriorated, I would have no compunction about cancelling my DD if that's what I felt like doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supersub6 View Post
    BT --as you obviously consider the whole virus scenario to be a scam which is affecting everything, why do you need to ask if you are being unreasonable in cancelling a Direct Debit Mandate?
    You obviously feel that the club should be playing matches at the Turf, therefore, they are conning you out of your hard-earned by not doing so. Only one answer then!
    From the "evidence" I can gather from the so-called "experts", the people who have illnesses relational to auto-immune deficiencies are at serious risk from contracting COVID-19 and the consequences could be fatal.

    Surely we can find a way to isolate the vulnerable and let the rest of us Keep Calm and Carry On? Me and the Child Bride went shopping to get basic "essentials" for my 90 year old father-in-law this morning. Fooooking Armageddon has arrived. Eejits pushing trolleys wearing full face masks and surgical gloves, I honestly thought we had gate-crashed "Emergency Ward Ten!"

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    I feel confident that our club will do right by it's supporters.

    If you are a Newcastle, or a fan of other clubs, I wouldn't be as confident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    From the "evidence" I can gather from the so-called "experts", the people who have illnesses relational to auto-immune deficiencies are at serious risk from contracting COVID-19 and the consequences could be fatal.

    Surely we can find a way to isolate the vulnerable and let the rest of us Keep Calm and Carry On? Me and the Child Bride went shopping to get basic "essentials" for my 90 year old father-in-law this morning. Fooooking Armageddon has arrived. Eejits pushing trolleys wearing full face masks and surgical gloves, I honestly thought we had gate-crashed "Emergency Ward Ten!"
    Just back from the local Asda.

    Man and woman in there in full hamzat suits and masks,others with masks and gloves but a lot of people with no protection.Different people different views.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    From the "evidence" I can gather from the so-called "experts", the people who have illnesses relational to auto-immune deficiencies are at serious risk from contracting COVID-19 and the consequences could be fatal.

    Surely we can find a way to isolate the vulnerable and let the rest of us Keep Calm and Carry On? Me and the Child Bride went shopping to get basic "essentials" for my 90 year old father-in-law this morning. Fooooking Armageddon has arrived. Eejits pushing trolleys wearing full face masks and surgical gloves, I honestly thought we had gate-crashed "Emergency Ward Ten!"
    Face masks and surgical gloves BT. Was this “Treatment” up from Millwall on a shopping away day?

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    Or some kind of X rated ****o movie.

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