£11m from the Goverment
#11

(19-11-2020, 06:01 PM)Kengreen Wrote:  Let's hope Alex comes on here and give us his views after all he will be the one most effected by it.

He was on Radio Glos just after 5pm talking about it
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#12

(19-11-2020, 06:01 PM)Kengreen Wrote:  Let's hope Alex comes on here and give us his views after all he will be the one most effected by it.

My views are ... we need to understand what it is ... as loans won't work for us ... for the simple reason, when crowds are allowed back, I expect some to be a little wary at first with limited away travel ... so crowd numbers will be down. Meaning we won't be able to afford our day to day, let alone be able to repay a loan on top ...

We've had a number of players contract us from around the league requesting a transfer ... so we're in better shape then some clearly! Let's not guess and worry just yet ... personally I hate not dealing in facts, so let's see ...

Another big game Saturday ... we stay humble and go again! 

AP

(19-11-2020, 06:40 PM)Eric Van Der Floof Wrote:  He was on Radio Glos just after 5pm talking about it

I'm hoping for my own Show ... "AP's Rants" ... 

AP
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#13

(19-11-2020, 06:55 PM)Alex Petheram Wrote:  My views are ... we need to understand what it is ... as loans won't work for us ... for the simple reason, when crowds are allowed back, I expect some to be a little wary at first with limited away travel ... so crowd numbers will be down. Meaning we won't be able to afford our day to day, let alone be able to repay a loan on top ...

We've had a number of players contract us from around the league requesting a transfer ... so we're in better shape then some clearly! Let's not guess and worry just yet ... personally I hate not dealing in facts, so let's see ...

Another big game Saturday ... we stay humble and go again! 

AP


I'm hoping for my own Show ... "AP's Rants" ... 

AP
It could be called “Go APe”  Big Grin
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#14

I struggle to see how any Non-League team is going to be able to pay a loan back. Most struggle to survive on a day to day basis as it is let alone with a loan to have to pay back at some point.
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#15

Bump.
Letter to the powers that be regarding promises made to start the season.
https://www.gloucestercityafc.com/news/n...statement/
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#16

This situation threatens the season finishing his more than covid in my view. The National League should have made sure funding was in place for the whole season and clubs can’t afford to keep playing without any help. I know of one club who are threatening to quit the league and I imagine more will follow.
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#17

(12-01-2021, 09:25 PM)OldDirtyGlasses Wrote:  Bump.
Letter to the powers that be regarding promises made to start the season.
https://www.gloucestercityafc.com/news/n...statement/
Why did only 12 sign it?
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#18

Yet the Chairman of the league was in the New-Years honours list. Hmmmm...
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#19

(12-01-2021, 10:32 PM)Prorsum Semper Wrote:  Why did only 12 sign it?

 No idea I’m guessing Alex will be able to answer that one.
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#20

Telford and Gateshead have both come out since on the Chairman's group and said they would have, but didn't see the emails in time ... regarding the others, I'm unsure.

AP
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