I know you have all started saving up your pennies for a Yearbook (out in two weeks). Just to let you know, all profits from the book will go towards the Stadium redevelopment. I think all the volunteers have done a fantastic job, and hopefully the book sales will help them along. Putting the hours into preparing the book is not the same as being out there in all weather doing hard graft, but still, every bit helps. Buy a copy! It's a right good read.
So I've been grafting away since last season finished, and Ive just about got the 2014 Yearbook ready for production. We hope it will be in the club shop around 15 November. It's bigger than ever (144 pages) with full page colour photos of all the squad. Whether it's better than ever is for you to judge. They'll be sold for a tenner a go.
Absolutely right and I never say this but something we nicked from funny onion , gasp!
Like most things on posts and themes within posts it's hard to get a real discussion about the actual issue because people bring their upset to the tablerather than a cogent argument. The question remains about the bonus point and would it help the every minute matters marketing strategy as much as would it keep games in themselves more interesting?
Like most debates it has involved a side with a bias such as " I don't like the idea of rewarding losing!" but is there any evidence that games within a bonus system are more keenly contested than when win loss draw are the options? If there is it would be good to see it and make a decision based on something more than a bit of prejudice.
Amen. There's about five (six?) years of evidence that can be examined from the championship. Ive seen no stats on how it's affected scores, league tables, etc. and I suspect no such study has been done. It's just been dropped. It's a waste of time introducing such things if they're not going to be studied