Gate Money
#1

Looks interesting. Don't think it's been mentioned here yet?


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#2

Think it was only launched yesterday. Should be good though and I'm surprised Alex wasn't involved.
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#3

From the trailer looks very southern biased.

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#4

Regarding gate money will be interesting to see how many get in for free tomorrow. If the card machine isn't working your allowed in for nothing. Be interesting to know how much the club lost last Saturday. It was a good deal for those who didn't pay
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#5

Really?

I was stood in the queue waiting, but as I had cash I was able to offer a solution. I'm a problem solver, that's what I'm about. Given the display I should have stayed where I was and paid what it was worth - nothing.

Harrumph!
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#6

(07-10-2022, 08:59 PM)Darran Wrote:  Think it was only launched yesterday. Should be good though and I'm surprised Alex wasn't involved.
It's no secret that the last hand out
appeared to be significantly biased towards a few privileged clubs. But that's over and done with.  What matters now is that we, and all the other clubs that felt so aggrieved by the original hand out, get a fairer allocation from the latest package.  At least Alex is on the NL Board now and the voting structure has been changed to one club one vote.
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#7

This was launched last night and is free to watch on You Tube. I have just finished watching it and it makes for a fascinating watch. Not surprisingly the National League wanted nothing to do with it and they come out very badly out of it. They were a complete disgrace through the whole Covid period and this film highlights that perfectly. Maidstone, Dorking, Dulwich, Chester and Tonbridge are the clubs that get featured although I think that is more because the film maker is a Maidstone fan so obviously easier and cheaper for him to focus it more on clubs closer to him, but the points raised cover both leagues.
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#8

The NL come across as an Old Boys network. It's a clubs eye-view of what went on - the NL Board who oversaw the whole debacle wouldn't participate. What was disquieting at the end, is that although Barwick stepped down, that Jack Pearce ( after a robust appointment process...) who was Barwick's understudy, took over. Even more disquieting was that they wouldn't release David Bernstein's report into the whole shenanigans. Surely Pearce could release it. Unless...
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#9

No-one wants to take responsibility for anything do they?!!

Most telling comment was from Marc White saying he'd seen it all at every level and expected the administration at the highest level to be the best!

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#10

The whole thing is very dodgy and clearly we would have suffered if it had gone on gates because it would have been based on before we went back home, it was obviously not done fairly at all. The fact the league didn't want to get involved and didn't release the independent enquiry tells you all you need to know.
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