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View croydon proud's Profile croydon proud Flag croydon 24 Sep 20 11.58pm Send a Private Message to croydon proud Add croydon proud as a friend

Originally posted by HKOwen

Yawn, I agree cashless is a pain and I agree the ST fiasco is poor, but hard to see where Jeremy Hosking comes in as a minority shareholder in day to day club operations.

Did you object to Hosking's political views when his money helped secure Palace's survival?

Go to bed.

 

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 25 Sep 20 9.28am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by croydon proud


Go to bed.

He had a valid point which you would have probably ignored if it wasn't your raison d'Ítre to type the word CONservative in as many posts as possible

 

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View Dubai Eagle's Profile Dubai Eagle Flag 25 Sep 20 9.41am Send a Private Message to Dubai Eagle Add Dubai Eagle as a friend

Phase 1 price was £645.00 - Phase 2 Price is £720.00 so there is quite a jump up in price , especially given that at the time of offering Phase 1 there was at least the prospect of October crowd trials whereas now it dosent seem likely that there will be any crowds in the stadium until at least December - I dont know what Phase 3 pricing will be but I am guessing £770.00 ?


Originally posted by kev64

How incredibly generous of the club, they have extended to the end of October and have the nerve to charge you more than stage one .. to buy or hold your ST for games that you canít attend.

Fing geniuses, if only SP would tweet about it, what a guy.

 

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Originally posted by croydon proud

Jeremy Hoskings is one of the big CONservative party donors, and one of our top shareholders, if you are a CON yourself you could find comfort in the fact your hard earned is making interest for a bigger CON donation, but i agree with you, it isn"t on-although it is ! The club only taking card payments inside the ground for a working mans sport was the thin end of the wedge, it"s not as though we are spurs with a high tech stadium that serves you a beer automatically with a card payment, it"s still a bar person serving- so why not take the window cleaners cash in hand?

With respect Croydon I think this might be taking it too far.

Sport should be an arena where people from different politics can put aside their differences and support something non political.....unfortunately we have seen that the authorities have abandoned this with BLM but this neutral principle was one I was raised with.

Politically I can't stand Eddie Izzard, and the sudden political nature of some of our players is really annoying but when it comes to match day I support the same purpose as them.

The increasingly political nature of sport is turning fans away.

Edited by Stirlingsays (25 Sep 2020 9.52am)

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

With respect Croydon I think this might be taking it too far.

Sport should be an arena where people from different politics can put aside their differences and support something non political.....unfortunately we have seen that the authorities have abandoned this with BLM but this neutral principle was one I was raised with.

Politically I can't stand Eddie Izzard, and the sudden political nature of some of our players is really annoying but when it comes to match day I support the same purpose as them.

The increasingly political nature of sport is turning fans away.

Edited by Stirlingsays (25 Sep 2020 9.52am)

Agreed I hate politics in sport.

Many men struggle with their relationships with other men particularly fathers and sons and if they have different politics it can be an emotional minefield.

Sport is an emotional safe area where men can freely express their views and bond over shared experiences, the idea of it becoming another strand of politics appals me.

 


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Originally posted by croydon proud

Jeremy Hoskings is one of the big CONservative party donors, and one of our top shareholders, if you are a CON yourself you could find comfort in the fact your hard earned is making interest for a bigger CON donation, but i agree with you, it isn"t on-although it is ! The club only taking card payments inside the ground for a working mans sport was the thin end of the wedge, it"s not as though we are spurs with a high tech stadium that serves you a beer automatically with a card payment, it"s still a bar person serving- so why not take the window cleaners cash in hand?

All monies paid to the club will be held in the club's accounts,or invested in the club's name.

As a shareholder, Jeremy Hoskins can only receive a dividend from the club if it makes a profit and declares a dividend payment to all shareholders.

As he is not a working Director he can't draw any remuneration and therefore has no way of getting his hands on any season ticket money.

 


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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 25 Sep 20 11.14am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Badger11

Many men struggle with their relationships with other men particularly fathers and sons and if they have different politics it can be an emotional minefield.

It isn't just fathers and sons as I have never voted anything other than Conservative but my daughter is standing as the Green candidate for her local council in the next elections and her eldest daughter is a devout Marxist.

As if that wasn't bad enough my son supports Spurs

 

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Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

It isn't just fathers and sons as I have never voted anything other than Conservative but my daughter is standing as the Green candidate for her local council in the next elections and her eldest daughter is a devout Marxist.

As if that wasn't bad enough my son supports Spurs

So even they took no notice you then

 

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 25 Sep 20 12.54pm Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by martin2412


So even they took no notice you then


 

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Originally posted by Brasilian Eagle

To be fair a large chunk of the money has gone towards buying a new treatment table for Connor Wickham.

Yes I heard the injury room has had to be refurbished to accomodate the growing numbers. You can only fit so many people round one giant flat screen tv.

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

With respect Croydon I think this might be taking it too far.

Sport should be an arena where people from different politics can put aside their differences and support something non political.....unfortunately we have seen that the authorities have abandoned this with BLM but this neutral principle was one I was raised with.

Politically I can't stand Eddie Izzard, and the sudden political nature of some of our players is really annoying but when it comes to match day I support the same purpose as them.

The increasingly political nature of sport is turning fans away.

Fair enough Stirling- my bad!

Edited by Stirlingsays (25 Sep 2020 9.52am)

 

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Originally posted by becky

All monies paid to the club will be held in the club's accounts,or invested in the club's name.

As a shareholder, Jeremy Hoskins can only receive a dividend from the club if it makes a profit and declares a dividend payment to all shareholders.

As he is not a working Director he can't draw any remuneration and therefore has no way of getting his hands on any season ticket money.


Fair do"s Becky, i"m just a bit sore at the 60% increase in my season ticket a couple of years ago i guess and hearing Jeremy was one of the largest donors to the party i despise was a red flag to the bull!

 

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