Ron Springett In The Net - Sheffield Wednesday

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holmesfield_owl

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#46 12/06/2020 at 13:39

[[qvotespot1]]

We already have an official (and funded) Sheffield Wednesday Ladies Fc doing excellent work in the community, promoting girls and women's football from under 9s to under 18s and two adult sides.

You can tick that one off your list. [/quote]

And promoted to the 5th tier i read this morning, great news. 

2019/20, the promotion party starts now!!!! 

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Andyben

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#47 12/06/2020 at 13:55



It gives an idea, same as any questionnaire. Never going to get everybody in Britain replying to a census but still gives you a general view at least.
holmesfield_owl, 12/06/2020 at 13:39


True, and all are meaningless.

It's what happens at the ballot/ST renewal date that shows what people actually think  

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#48 12/06/2020 at 14:00

We hold steering groups don’t we, DC puts his head in the firing line for that, fans can ask questions, DC answers em, he’s done it a few times, why the fuck do we need another “trust” to do something that’s already been done?!???

This absolutely stinks of yet another set of c**ts who are only interested in becoming celeb fans

Once again.....fuck off!
MPB, 12/06/2020 at 13:36




Exactly this, potential celeb fans desperately seeking a mandate. 

Post edited on 12/06/2020 at 14:02 by ProfessorPlum

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#49 12/06/2020 at 14:05





Exactly this, potential celeb fans desperately seeking a mandate.
ProfessorPlum, 12/06/2020 at 14:00


Its been a long time since one was held. Can do them by Zoom or Teams now too, easy! Bigsmile

2019/20, the promotion party starts now!!!! 

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#50 12/06/2020 at 14:06

Vote on the band in survey 2 btw  

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Andyben

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#51 12/06/2020 at 14:29

Vote on the band in survey 2 btw
Skamp, 12/06/2020 at 14:06


Fantastic, never doubted the Trust. Keep it up lads 

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#52 12/06/2020 at 14:37

Vote on the band in survey 2 btw
Skamp, 12/06/2020 at 14:06


Are they going to be playing in the empty stadium games to 'improve' the atmosphere lol? 

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#53 12/06/2020 at 14:42

How many of the 1500 were dem blades taking the piss? 

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holmesfield_owl

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#54 12/06/2020 at 14:44

How many of the 1500 were dem blades taking the piss?
P_O_T_R, 12/06/2020 at 14:42


I didn't disagree with much apart from the £20 which seems too cheap to me if we want to be competitive. 

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#55 12/06/2020 at 17:52

Right so according to around 5% of our fanbase...
78% of them think we're not being run in a sustainable way but 53% want the Kop to be £20 a ticket. There's got to be some crossover there so how are we to become sustainable on £20 a game for 11,200 seats. Half an average home gate.

While we're on sustainability. One of the comments on the full breakdown states we should become sustainable like Brentford.
And this is why things like this fall down. Brentford is not, and never has been, a sustainable club under its current ownership. Take a look at their accounts. Buying cheap and selling high is not keeping them going and that bubble looks set to burst as buying clubs have no money.

50% of those that replied (2.5%) reckon a season ticket isn't value for money. But a Kop season ticket equates to around £20 a game so that must be the opposite 50% to those wanting £20 on the Kop.
Unless it's £20 walk up, in which case a season ticket would have to come out at £12-15 a game.
But 78% think we're not being run in a sustainable way.

If I was Chansiri and I was presented with these figures I'd laugh my head off for a week then wonder what I was doing here. 

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#56 12/06/2020 at 18:27

I agree with you Holmsfield re £20, unless of course all clubs return to the real world and pay salaries that reflect a normal working wage not something no of us can justify. 

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#57 12/06/2020 at 18:55

Right so according to around 5% of our fanbase...
78% of them think we're not being run in a sustainable way but 53% want the Kop to be £20 a ticket. There's got to be some crossover there so how are we to become sustainable on £20 a game for 11,200 seats. Half an average home gate.

While we're on sustainability. One of the comments on the full breakdown states we should become sustainable like Brentford.
And this is why things like this fall down. Brentford is not, and never has been, a sustainable club under its current ownership. Take a look at their accounts. Buying cheap and selling high is not keeping them going and that bubble looks set to burst as buying clubs have no money.

50% of those that replied (2.5%) reckon a season ticket isn't value for money. But a Kop season ticket equates to around £20 a game so that must be the opposite 50% to those wanting £20 on the Kop.
Unless it's £20 walk up, in which case a season ticket would have to come out at £12-15 a game.
But 78% think we're not being run in a sustainable way.

If I was Chansiri and I was presented with these figures I'd laugh my head off for a week then wonder what I was doing here.
tylluan, 12/06/2020 at 17:52


The thing for me about this, my 'feeling' is that some of people's responses could also be heavily weighted with how they feel things are ON the field and the confidence in the squad too.

We all know how much the game is a very emotive thing and if the overall feeling of things on pitch is apathy or disconnection, which seems to be the case for quite a few as well as the lack of connection or confidence in the manager, it can quickly translate to answering somewhat negatively too.  

13.11.2010 at 20.51 emre...tbh, Hoylands goal gave me a semi 

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#58 12/06/2020 at 19:03

It’s everything to do with results on the pitch, we lose its “gi us cheaper tickets”, win and it’s “why ant we bilt a noo stayjum...gmumph-fart!”.

These trust c**ts are already showing themselves up, as a great man once said...fuck off!! 

It’s down to you now Garry!!! OH, AND FUCK THE EFL!!!! 

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#59 12/06/2020 at 19:04

It's not about showing themselves up, I just don't think that right now the answers will be objective from people as they could be... Smile

13.11.2010 at 20.51 emre...tbh, Hoylands goal gave me a semi 

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#60 12/06/2020 at 19:12

Right so according to around 5% of our fanbase...
78% of them think we're not being run in a sustainable way but 53% want the Kop to be £20 a ticket. There's got to be some crossover there so how are we to become sustainable on £20 a game for 11,200 seats. Half an average home gate.

While we're on sustainability. One of the comments on the full breakdown states we should become sustainable like Brentford.
And this is why things like this fall down. Brentford is not, and never has been, a sustainable club under its current ownership. Take a look at their accounts. Buying cheap and selling high is not keeping them going and that bubble looks set to burst as buying clubs have no money.

50% of those that replied (2.5%) reckon a season ticket isn't value for money. But a Kop season ticket equates to around £20 a game so that must be the opposite 50% to those wanting £20 on the Kop.
Unless it's £20 walk up, in which case a season ticket would have to come out at £12-15 a game.
But 78% think we're not being run in a sustainable way.

If I was Chansiri and I was presented with these figures I'd laugh my head off for a week then wonder what I was doing here.
tylluan, 12/06/2020 at 17:52


Excellent summary mate..

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