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Those 2 clowns? They were all over this place a few weeks ago, where've they gone? What's happened? They were everywhere, now they're nowhere, what's going on? We need them, when they're here, we seem to win week. Now they've gone we haven't won for a fortnight! Come back!!! You're our lucky charm!

Seriously, do you get it now? Do you see how it works? Come and strut their stuff on here while we're winning and feel all good about themselves, run and hide when the going gets rough. Don't worry guys, I'm not like that, I won't leave you because my team is suddenly shite, I'll still be here win or lose, rain or shine, day in, week out, taking the shit with the shiney stuff. You can count on it. :woo: :woot:
 

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Those 2 clowns? They were all over this place a few weeks ago, where've they gone? What's happened? They were everywhere, now they're nowhere, what's going on? We need them, when they're here, we seem to win week. Now they've gone we haven't won for a fortnight! Come back!!! You're our lucky charm!

Seriously, do you get it now? Do you see how it works? Come and strut their stuff on here while we're winning and feel all good about themselves, run and hide when the going gets rough. Don't worry guys, I'm not like that, I won't leave you because my team is suddenly shite, I'll still be here win or lose, rain or shine, day in, week out, taking the shit with the shiney stuff. You can count on it. :woo: :woot:
It's different strokes for different folks.

My team have been slowly going down since the 1970's 3-0 victory over the full Leeds Utd (European Cup Finalist) team (not the development team that Crawley beat recently). It's definitely the hope that kills you. I tried giving it up when I got married, but I was already addicted. The best time recently was when we were winning 3 pub leagues, but its been pretty shite for the past 8 years. No football has been great because nothing to criticise.
 

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It's different strokes for different folks.

My team have been slowly going down since the 1970's 3-0 victory over the full Leeds Utd (European Cup Finalist) team (not the development team that Crawley beat recently). It's definitely the hope that kills you. I tried giving it up when I got married, but I was already addicted. The best time recently was when we were winning 3 pub leagues, but its been pretty shite for the past 8 years. No football has been great because nothing to criticise.
Yeah, I have an empathy with Chester, we have such similar histories, especially in recent years. I feel its the supporter-owned model that's holding you back. Are there any successful examples in this country? Exeter, Wimbledon maybe, but the rest are all now stuck in regional football I believe. Wrexham would have been out of here yonks ago on a more traditional model. We've got some clowns on the home forum advocating it, because they think the chairman should be chucking his own millions in and he's not doing it. These are the same clowns who have been sulking for the past decade because everybody else had too much sense to back their "cunning plan" for a supporter owned club. They actually hindered our progress when they put in a rival bid to join the Unibond league while the Board of Directors were negotiating which divison we should start in. The Unibond suggested they make a formal application and when it went in they went straight to the Board of Directors and threatened to give the place to the rival bid if they didn't drop their request to start in the Premier division. That set the precedent for every subsequent reformed club that followed us..........
 

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6 questions within a two paragraph statement is too many I reckon. I got a little lost halfway through.
 

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I don’t know but you’ve been rattled beyond belief by them for some reason.
 

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I don’t know but you’ve been rattled beyond belief by them for some reason.
Rattled? Oh Mary, come and listen to this. :fl:

Just reminding you I was right about them. I called it way back when. :ds:
 

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Were the questions too hard for you, Chuck? :woot:

Those 2 clowns?
A: I am unware of them.

They were all over this place a few weeks ago, where've they gone?
A: See above

What's happened?
A: No idea

They were everywhere, now they're nowhere, what's going on?
A: You tell me

Seriously, do you get it now?
A: Not at all

Do you see how it works?
A: Still no
 

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What's happened?
A: No idea
Maybe you banned them for a week for asking you a question that you didn’t have a reasonable answer for like you did me Kim Jong TractorBoys?
 

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Those 2 clowns?
A: I am unware of them.

They were all over this place a few weeks ago, where've they gone?
A: See above

What's happened?
A: No idea

They were everywhere, now they're nowhere, what's going on?
A: You tell me

Seriously, do you get it now?
A: Not at all

Do you see how it works?
A: Still no
Can't be much of an Admin! :fl:
 

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Can't be much of an Admin! :fl:
He’s too busy doing deals with betting sites and selling advertising space to care about what goes on on here, all he cares about is lining his pockets, he would sell his Nanna for 10 quid.
 

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He’s too busy doing deals with betting sites and selling advertising space to care about what goes on on here, all he cares about is lining his pockets, he would sell his Nanna for a 10 quid free bet.

Corrected it for you.
 

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Yeah, I have an empathy with Chester, we have such similar histories, especially in recent years. I feel its the supporter-owned model that's holding you back. Are there any successful examples in this country? Exeter, Wimbledon maybe, but the rest are all now stuck in regional football I believe. Wrexham would have been out of here yonks ago on a more traditional model. We've got some clowns on the home forum advocating it, because they think the chairman should be chucking his own millions in and he's not doing it. These are the same clowns who have been sulking for the past decade because everybody else had too much sense to back their "cunning plan" for a supporter owned club. They actually hindered our progress when they put in a rival bid to join the Unibond league while the Board of Directors were negotiating which divison we should start in. The Unibond suggested they make a formal application and when it went in they went straight to the Board of Directors and threatened to give the place to the rival bid if they didn't drop their request to start in the Premier division. That set the precedent for every subsequent reformed club that followed us..........
Yes when we reformed in 2010 we were placed in the North West Counties League 1 (Step 6). Fortunately we had some smart guys on board (most of our fans are as thick as two short planks) who launched a appeal which was successful. Teams nowadays (Bury, Macclesfield) don't get away with that.. We won 3 leagues in our first 3 seasons, but we had 5 promotions. I feel we are suffering for that now.
Corrected it for you.
Not only that, there may be candidates for Gamblers Anonymous using this site and putting free bets up is a very inconsiderate thing to do!
 

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Yes when we reformed in 2010 we were placed in the North West Counties League 1 (Step 6). Fortunately we had some smart guys on board (most of our fans are as thick as two short planks) who launched a appeal which was successful. Teams nowadays (Bury, Macclesfield) don't get away with that.. We won 3 leagues in our first 3 seasons, but we had 5 promotions. I feel we are suffering for that now.

Not only that, there may be candidates for Gamblers Anonymous using this site and putting free bets up is a very inconsiderate thing to do!
Laughing at an addiction that destroys lives and families is a bit dumb matey.
 

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