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  1. 10 points
  2. I´m going to go the other way to everyone else and say we need to do the cheap season ticket for 3 years to get the fans back in and sell 1500 instead of the 350 like last season, it brought so much good will and will encourage fans to support the team then run goalometer etc you will get a better response.
    9 points
  3. I think now is the time for Mr b to do a bit more for the supporters if needing financial support. at the end of the day, the business is a privately owned limited company. There has never been a clear indication of what monies the directors have put in so the supporters can't be expected to once again donate. I think it's time a share scheme was introduced so supporters actually get something in return for any donation. A different class of share can be introduced to maintain Mr b's overall control.
    9 points
  4. Interestingly, I had a business call today with a chap and in conversation he asked where I was from and assumed I was a Leeds Utd supporter, when I told him that I was in fact a fan of Halifax Town he was very complimentary. It turns out that in his spare time he is a sports photographer and mainly covers non-league football, Nuneaton Borough being his home team. We had a great chat about the merits of non-league football and what it really means to be a fan of a club. He had been to the Shay a few seasons back and was very impressed with how friendly and welcoming the staff were and he had e
    8 points
  5. A young Town supporter has started to create content on both Instagram and YouTube and I believe he deserves a further audience than just those on the platforms. He's honestly really good and his passion shines through
    7 points
  6. If you break the rules and refuse to fulfil your fixtures, the only outcome should be expulsion. That is to say demotion down the pyramid. If such as Dover and Kings Lynn are having such severe financial problems now, that they say they cannot go on for a couple of months, even with a loan, then there must be doubts over their financial viability to function in the National League NEXT season. Two years ago, Gateshead made a sensible decision when faced with financial issues. They opted VOLUNTARILY to ask for relegation, and dropped down in to National North. They now seem to be at a leve
    7 points
  7. Bosomworth needs to stay in charge for a few years now. He's the best man to take us back to being debt free.
    6 points
  8. Helli and Jack gave everything to Halifax Town. They never asked for anything but gave everything they had.
    6 points
  9. I would suggest we stick with what we have until such time our board decide they want or need to sell. The years they have been at the helm are the most financially stable the club have known.
    6 points
  10. · W for Walk the line by Johnny Cash film Man in Black
    6 points
  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd9c3Ks29Vs
    5 points
  12. The Goalkeeper isn’t the area of concern in this team in my opinion. Sam is a great keeper at this level. We would struggle to get better on our budget.
    5 points
  13. I have been following Town for over 45 years and paid monthly into the original SOS fund, but I want to know what we are paying towards. What is the size of the loan? What is the clubs exposure and can the supporters own the funds and then decide how we use them to help Town?
    5 points
  14. Ladies and Gentlemen, I have supported town since the mid fifties, I am too old to be involved with the running of the club , don’t wish to own any shares , can just see that DB has created stability for the first time in my time as a supporter, has asked for investors which hasn’t been forthcoming which also presupposes that if he put the club up for sale that there would also be little interest. The cheap loan is a wise move as DB has probably exhausted his investment, also has his day job to think about , but remember it’s still a loan and has to be paid back. I presume the l
    5 points
  15. Woody, djfunky, new3casc1, Richmond 96, thank you for your nice words about my dad, I will show him, he will really appreciate them. Halifax was his life, he loved the club, the supporters and just being down there, for the majority of his 20 odd years for no money just the love of being around the place, players and helping in anyway he could. A lot of the ex players and managers still keep in touch with him now which shows the respect he had down there and if I ever come across ex players they always have nothing but nice things to say about him and what effect he had on the player
    5 points
  16. Where do i sign, people like Helli who lived and breathed our club and was well liked by the players are hard to replace.
    5 points
  17. Potentially the best signing this season. When he left we didn't replace him and we suffered badly. Welcome back to our club Gareth !! It's now probably the best backroom staff we've ever had ever, apart from one person...... Come on Wild, give Ian Helliwell a ring......now that would be a great signing
    5 points
  18. V is for Saint Valentines Day Massacre. Motorhead and Girlschool from 1981.
    5 points
  19. What Hyde also brings is his experience. I loved watching him instructing the younger players what to do, where to go in the last 10 mins. We had a free kick on the edge of Torquay's box with a couple of minutes to go, and Hyde went across and took control of the situation. Holding up play as long as he could and then tapping the ball to Campbell to go and run into the corner. Normally, we would have tried to force the issue get caught on the break out and give up a silly goal. What we need now are some old heads to put their foot on the ball and to keep possession when we are in front. I hope
    5 points
  20. I think they will just commentate from the stream , it's a deprived area is hartlepool,(small h) I doubt many have access to the internet , so it's a good idea if Radio Tees can afford the stream to then relay it to the hartlepool (small h) fans through their transistor radio's
    4 points
  21. Not an early morning runner like mine at sunset .. and what a beautiful sunset it is as over OSLO tonight
    4 points
  22. Only two possible options 1. Hartlepool fail to turn up, claiming they didn't bother putting it in their diary after the previous postponements. Town awarded 3 points or 2. Town win and are awarded 3 points. I Thank You.
    4 points
  23. Primary school kids should get in free for all home games.
    4 points
  24. Talk about bad luck! Another season ending injury! I know he barely played for us but that's just rotten luck. Wish him a swift recovery and best of luck for the future
    4 points
  25. Indeed. I mean, we can’t talk, we’ve been embarrassed many times by minnows, but at least we never got beat by a Fish Finger factory.
    4 points
  26. I know this may be a big ask but I think it is time for those who both can and want to , to donate again to the club in a similar manner to last seasons pre play off fund.
    4 points
  27. · Y for Yesterday by Paul McCartney film Yesterday
    4 points
  28. Y is for Yogi Bear. Don't Stop Believin' by Journey.
    4 points
  29. Hahahaha I can just imagine it....absolute carnage, but brilliant. I think we should get a petition started to get Helli back.
    4 points
  30. Love ELO, seen them many times, but if we are talking Xanadu then it has to be the absolutely beautiful Olivia Neutron Bomb!!! Goddess.
    4 points
  31. One team shorter
    4 points
  32. I was definitely in Skircoat for Rushden and on the North Terrace for the Woking game. Attendance was 3,951 for the Rushden match which more or less exactly the capacity, I'd thought, but I do recall it being quite a squeeze inside the Skircoat... Found this old report from Woking after that match which for some reason is still on the Surrey Live website, George Mulhall's comments at the bottom are... interesting! I knew he did go on about fat ladies singing a fair bit towards the end of the season but wasn't aware he'd specifically mentioned one in particular! https://www.getsurrey.
    4 points
  33. W is for War of the Worlds. Justin Hayward - Forever Autumn
    4 points
  34. How about we do a fundraiser - Every game we win between now and the end of the season we donate £10 to the club - however is done as a ‘match ticket donation’ for free entry for an u16 for next season. Say by the end of the season we have 500 ‘match donation tickets’ (ie £5k), that money goes to the club, and we/the club in return give out 500 free tickets to local kids teams to get them back in next year. Could have the added benefit of getting new blood down, and a few paying parents after a long year where going to the football has fallen off the ‘norm’ list. The club in
    3 points
  35. For someone that purports to be an expert on all things football you really have no idea. Games take place in training all the time, be it an internal one or as it happened to be against Huddersfield
    3 points
  36. This might explain it.
    3 points
  37. I am generally supportive of the Board, but was shocked about this. Would have been a nice thing to do, wouldn't have cost anything and would have meant the world to Jack. Not a good look to refuse it, if there was no particular reason to do so. It's a few years ago now & hopefully would be handled differently if same situation arose.
    3 points
  38. If we dropped out mid season I'd fully expect the club to be expelled by the Conference. Extraordinary times or not, Dover are being asked to deal with the same circumstances as every other club. All were given a vote. Brexit means Brexit.
    3 points
  39. Well the supporters did....STID .........
    3 points
  40. 3 points
  41. Now the mind boggles Helli & PW on the same touchline, 4th official wouldn´t stand a chance.
    3 points
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