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#3064621 season ticket

Posted by oldrover on 01 February 2015 - 06:47 PM

I'm not knocking buying a season ticket all I'm saying is that there is no value for money to loyal supporters purchasing them due to offers for people not purchasing them and this is wrong.Queing up at the club shop and handing over 100 pounds each would help the club out but nobody does this for the simple reason we want value for money for spending our hard earned money early doors.

thank god the volunteers don't have that outlook

#3062668 moore

Posted by oldrover on 29 January 2015 - 11:46 AM

i think Moore is ok, but i don't think he's ever looked comfortable at Fev. if he's not settled in by now, then perhaps we're not the club for him. we will see.

#3056480 cas ground

Posted by oldrover on 16 January 2015 - 09:14 PM

aye, lets

#3056447 cas ground

Posted by oldrover on 16 January 2015 - 07:10 PM

but couldn't that scenario happen whatever the circumstances of the Tigers getting new stadium were?


In one breath they are being(legitimately) criticised for playing in a sh it hole, in the next breath they are being criticised because the possibility of their moving out of it doesn't suit their neighbours, or might not suit their neighbours.


When it comes down to it I wouldn't bet against the mendahose jungle being upgraded. But ultimately I think and hope some radical thinking about what the wmdc area needs in terms of professional rugby league. What it has goes nowhere near to matching its potential.

but why are they playing in a sh   i   thole. if they had gone about upgrading their stadium 20 years ago, a little at a time, they could possibly be sitting in a perfectly good stadium on wheldon road now. instead McGoldrick, Sherwin etc are doing very nicely thank you

#3056046 cas ground

Posted by oldrover on 15 January 2015 - 06:35 PM

do we need the shops,petrol station and park in this development, no. do the people living in close proximity deserve the traffic congestion, noise , and light pollution. no, regardless of what those living in leeds barnsley and australia might think.. do we need a rugby stadium, well cas tigers do, but why. well it's because they have neglected to maintain or upgrade their present ground, despite funding from s/l, and promises that work would be done on that ground to bring it up to standard. they still have a wooden stand with an asbestos roof for goodness sake. surely something could have been done about this. Batley and Dewsbury have upgraded their grounds on crowds of less than a thousand.
the local population do not need this development, why should our quality of life be reduced, because cas tigers have been lax in their duty.

#3055162 cas scroungers

Posted by oldrover on 13 January 2015 - 09:28 AM

As I'm not a wakey tax payer, and as such I'm as ambivalent towards cas' plans as I am whitehaven's.
But they play in a sheeite stadium....almost everyone of us had a whinge at their "facilities". The stadium desperately needs a significant upgrade or flattening and relocation. I can't blame cas for exploring every avenue.
I may feel otherwise if I paid my community tax to wakey mdc

it's galling to see their something for nothing attitude when others are working so hard, with so little help

#3054926 cas scroungers

Posted by oldrover on 12 January 2015 - 02:32 PM

so, mr gill says it's imperitive that the council give the go ahead for their free, gratis, and for nothing stadium, because they are having to pump money in to wheldon road. well pardon me, but what does he think the rest of us have been doing, not just maintaining our grounds, but upgrading them too. Fev, Dewsbury Batley, and all without the superleague money which has been afforded to them. all raising money by hard work and inventiveness while cas sit on their backsides waving the begging bowl. sorry but it's just not on.

#3046046 Homophobia in RL

Posted by oldrover on 16 December 2014 - 04:57 PM

well done to Selby Worriers on signing 2 local young halfbacks, Ben Dover and Phil McRevis, both of whom are gay. well done Suggy

#3044502 RL Hard Men

Posted by oldrover on 13 December 2014 - 01:07 PM

agree with Derek Turner, but wher'es Jimmy Thompson on this list

#3041574 Next Season

Posted by oldrover on 05 December 2014 - 08:21 PM

What's the position with Bostock?


#3036583 What's your top six 2015

Posted by oldrover on 23 November 2014 - 07:05 PM

i think dewsbury will finish in the top 6

#3036036 Minns and Foster from Leeds

Posted by oldrover on 22 November 2014 - 03:13 PM

misterbus. does he mean missed the bus

#3035330 Summer bash

Posted by oldrover on 20 November 2014 - 09:58 AM

oh i do like to be beside the seaside.

#3034847 keegan hirst

Posted by oldrover on 18 November 2014 - 10:48 PM

when msn says we, he is not speaking for me, and Batley is a smashing club and i am not alone in thinking that. what you have achieved with your ground whilst maintaining your status on the field is to be envied. good luck

#3032372 sponsorship

Posted by oldrover on 14 November 2014 - 09:57 AM

a big thank you to Paul Taylor and all our sponsors (GMB being the latest one) for 2015. a vital source of income.