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OMEGA

Member Since 27 Dec 2011
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In Topic: Wakefield Stadium

05 July 2015 - 12:01 PM

Why did the RFL only laugh at Faxs application MONTHS AFTER IT WAS SUBMITTED?


Who mentioned when they laughed at it?


You did on post # 116


Which I hadn't !

Then you got upset and abusive

In Topic: Wakefield Stadium

05 July 2015 - 09:40 AM

YOU said " the RFL laughed at Faxs application "
I pointed out that shouldn't have happened , I couldn't care less about when , or your sensitive nature , bog off
Ok


Hey fella, I'm trying to be nice about it but if you're going to tell lies then at least have the decency to apologise when you're caught red handed.

Getting upset just because you can't handle being wrong is your issue don't get abusive that's just immature!

In Topic: Wakefield Stadium

05 July 2015 - 09:16 AM

When is irrelevant , highly unproffessional for the RFL to publically humiliate a member club as they did


In the big picture it is irrelevant but you even pointed to a post of mine and said I'd said something I hadn't
Please don't do that!

In Topic: Wakefield Stadium

05 July 2015 - 09:09 AM

You did on post # 116
If upon receiving such a substandard application the RFL should have informed Fax and asked them to resubmit , but ultimately they were never going to consider it so why bother , very unproffessional


Where have I mentioned 'when' in this post?

The RFL laughed at Halifaxs application and described it as atrocious or something like that.
Blake Solly stated that Wakefield were not the worst candidates or even the 2nd worst
With regard the number of fans being just 3,000.
When we put a half decent and competitive team on the field we get around 7,000 or 8,000 which isn't bad for a club that's been through disaster after disaster for 30 odd years and plays out of a terrible stadium


In Topic: Cas stadium NOT being called in...

05 July 2015 - 08:58 AM

The same Yvette Cooper who has stubbornly and consistently failed to engage with Wakefields Stadium Trust but now wants to jump on the back of the Castleford stadium bandwagon. Her use of the word "we" is nauseating but also reveals the favouritism shown by the Castleford centric political power base within the Wakefield area which also runs to the leader of the council being a Castleford shareholder and season ticket holder at Castleford.

Wakefield Trinity never had a chance whilestever this was the status quo, rd blocks, political reluctance and downright underhandedness was/is always going to keep the City of Wakefield behind the Town of Castleford in the stadium race.

None of which, post Richard Wright, is the fault of Castleford Tigers though and I wish them well in their stadium quest.