31 Re: If Parky stays will you go to matches? Fri Jul 05 2019, 15:59
Must remember to stay calm and relaxed. Not easy when your following this lot
32 Re: If Parky stays will you go to matches? Fri Jul 05 2019, 17:49
El Hadji Diouf
The problem is that the new owners have no idea about the style of football etc. that Parky serves up every week.[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:No season ticket for me this season. Can't watch any more of Parky's turgid shite. Really hard to believe that FV have gone through all this shit to buy the club yet seem to be either unaware or just not really that bothered about the effect keeping Parky on will have on attendances and any feelgood factor the takeover may have generated.
It's like asking you how do Portsmouth play every week.....are they attack minded/defensive etc.
Most likely it's all been financial decisions as to whether to buy us or not. For all we know the group as never seen BWFC play a single game. Therefore unless there is somebody involved with the new owners that is football savvy about us.....PP is staying. How can they make a decision otherwise.....unless they have somebody waiting in the wings.
Best hope is they a manager and staff already contacted and ready to go as soon a the sale is completed.
8 days till the first pre-season game....
33 Re: If Parky stays will you go to matches? Fri Jul 05 2019, 20:50
34 Re: If Parky stays will you go to matches? Fri Jul 05 2019, 21:48
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I would go to the matches under certain terms and conditions. One of them being that after every defeat that Parky must walk right around the perimeters of the field whilst carrying a five meter square plywood sign with that weeks wage that he was paid displayed clearly on both sides of it and so that everyone in the crowd can see clearly.
OK I dont really think that, I was just using it to be humorous.
If he'd been made to do that last season he'd have worn his trainers out- but the sign would have said £ Bugger All
True. I bet he was going down to the `one-stop-shop` every week to claim council tax benefit.
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