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Member Since 06 May 2009
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In Topic: Match Day 2015...

Today, 02:51 PM

Change is always tough, and it's a gamble to a certain extent.


We could get all uppetty about it, some fans might have to miss a game or change well established routines and it's a pain but maybe it could work out in Hornets favour.


Seems to be a players initiative, it's them that want it, and I fully understand why. I'll bet there's many a player playing for other teams on more money that would much prefer to play on a Saturday rather than a Sunday. 


Just maybe these lads (on more money for a reason) would rather play for Hornets on a Saturday for a little bit less money than for someone else on a Sunday for a little bit more.


Just a thought, there are others.

In Topic: Whitebank redevelopment

Yesterday, 09:03 PM




In Topic: Defenceless, but richer!

08 September 2014 - 07:13 PM

I actually quite like the look of it to be honest but whether you like it or loath it this video explains it well enough.



In Topic: Alternative bid for Spotland

28 August 2014 - 01:42 PM

Whilst Col Dale may have the interest of both clubs at heart, I think it would have been more honest of him to inform the Dale fans that Hornets have paid their rent , and I believe upfront, for every season since their inception. He could also do us all a favour and inform the Dale fans that the RFL. received the shares as collateral for the loan the old board took out from them, if the loan is not repaid then the shares are kept by them.


Was the money for Dale to buy the shares from the RFL and the Council coming via a Council loan?


 To be fair to Col his priorities, opinions and attitudes may differ from yours and mine but I've never known him to misrepresent, omit or deny any relevant facts to an argument.


He's just an interfering bloke who supports Dale.  ;)

In Topic: Batley and Doncaster

16 August 2014 - 03:25 PM

Probably a reasonable and fair outcome.


Makes no difference to us though I think.