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  1. ITMAN

    Rodney

    That would be interesting...they already have 2 regular strikers, they have signed Rodney and are still on the lookout for a 4th. Maybe he likes warming the bench.
  2. Have cut out will travel.....
  3. Unfortunately, there will be only one of me, otherwise I would have nothing left to buy my virtual pie and chips will my cutout have to wear my new HTFC facemask that has just arrived?
  4. don't forget the "luck of the 'oirish" for good measure.
  5. I agree, those last few games we were easily exposed for pace and some slipshod defending led to giving away corners and free kicks which should have been dealt with better, i.e the Binom slip which created a goal from nothing for Ebbsfleet. I am a great believer in when there is a doubt for a defender then row Z is the best place to play the ball to. Needless to say the dropping of 3 points in the last game meant we ended up 6th instead of 5th, which would have seen us at home to BHW instead of away on a PPG basis. It just shows how narrow the margins were at the time.
  6. I would take either over Binom, based on how he was playing before the shut down. Who knows maybe he has lost 2 stone since March and is now as fit as a butchers dog.
  7. Onwards and upwards to £50k then....
  8. In that case I will expect to be in the crowd - makes it an easy birthday present for one of my kids as I hit 64 on the 16th
  9. Either way, if the cut out raises some money and it gets to go to Wembley then I will poppy up £25 - you have to have a laugh now and then....
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    Barrow

    Well, they are starting off with a new manager, so promotion does come with some costs
  11. Some has to go to the company doing the printing and distribution, as the cost includes taking your cut out to Harrogate if we win - i think?
  12. I would gladly settle for that....
  13. Hoddie, interestingly I did not read the post until after it had been edited, your response shed's some light on things. I have participated in all fund raising efforts put forward, since I became re-attached to the club. I make suggestions and put ideas forward, just as many others have, in the hope that some of these ideas may be of use to either the Club or the various supporters organisations out there. I am not, and I stress the word NOT, criticising the Club or the S/C in any shape or form. I have repeatedly stated that I understand the need for the the Club and the S/C + AFC Halifax to concentrate on the big ticket items, but there is a life after these playoffs. The recent comment on "I wonder how well the Goalometer does" is just that an innocent enquiry and not a barbed hidden criticism of the way it is run. To be honest I have just done some quick sums on the info in the programme and it is clear that it is a nice little money earner, with very little overheads in terms of administration. Hence the comment suggesting we should try to increase the participation levels if it gives a sound return. I have now applied to join the Supporters Club, and hope that my application is accepted, along with a few suggestions on how funds could be raised. These ideas are aimed at post Project Playoffs. For now I will take my ideas and keep them to one side, until the dust has settled on Project Playoffs and the Club and S/C may have more time to consider the merits of any suggestions I may have. Needless, to say I have enjoyed working with the boys from AFC Halifax on the football cards, they are very proactive, and I will for now expend my energies in assisting them further if needed.
  14. Steve just trying to get an estimate of how well it does overall. Probably Roger will know. It would also be interesting know how many supporters take part and how we can then look to maybe increase participation.
  15. What is the amount this raises for the Supporters Club each season? If as SSA says maybe we could focus on this more in the run up to next season, with a target to raise a certain amount, as we all seem to love a target at present.
  16. and to make more brass for doing nothing.
  17. It would appear so. I think the main reason is they do not want punters turning up at the ticket office.
  18. There was an Osama Bin Laden one in the Leeds contingent, but this was removed after someone complained....
  19. The early bird pricing included under 16's for free. one per adult ticket, with additional under 16's costing £5. EARLY BIRD offer - up to and including 29th February 2020: Adults: £20 Seniors (Over 60): £10 Under 16: FREE ** (** 1 free U16 ticket can be ordered for each ticket sold at Adult or Senior price). Additional tickets for Under 16 over the above allowance can be purchased at £5 each. Early Bird sales are made even more attractive as no booking fee is charged. These are the current prices based on the Final taking place in May, however, if spectators are allowed in by August then I would expect something similar: Ticket information for the Vanarama National League Promotion Final to be played at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, on Saturday 11th May with a 3.00pm kick off. TICKETS CAN ONLY BE PURCHASED VIA THE WEMBLEY TICKET PORTAL GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET SALE – opens on-line Saturday 4th May as each Finalist club is determined Level 1 - Category 1: £41 (no concessions) These ticket sales will be subject to a booking fee of £3 per ticket. Level 1 – Category 2: £36 and £18 (Under 16’s) These ticket sales will be subject to a booking fee of £3 per ticket for those priced at £36 and £1.50 for those priced at £18. Postage if requested will be charged at: £2.50 per order Print at Home if requested will be charged at: £1.00 per order Collection at Wembley if requested will be charged at £1.95 per order.
  20. It would have to be a great big one for Wembley
  21. They could always put our mug shots in the away stand (West Stand - 600 places reserved for away supporters)
  22. You would if you were to hold a flag in your photo to be used
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