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About jamescolin

  • Birthday 05/31/1934

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  1. Could you ARTICulate that statement a little more clearly please.
  2. So has he signed or not? Steve says 'if he does sign' but others are suggesting he has signed. Which is it?
  3. Think Turner looked class. Has great potential.
  4. Wildie Turner Duckworth
  5. All the best for the future Phil.
  6. We have of course to remember that in the distant past the NCB had bore holes on the land which stopped us doing anything with it.
  7. Yes the land was there in the past so why wasn't used as an asset to produce income? We are now moving in the right direction with the land being utilised. It must be worth around 15 million quid with planning and with the building that is going on around it planning should be easy. But as I have said many times before retain the asset and lease the land. Then we have an asset that is improving in value and bringing in an income. I cannot see with proper planning how we can be in any danger of liquidation or winding up or any court orders.. The team has to perform with that I agree but again we are back to proper control of cash flow.
  8. Lets hope he has an offspring from either leg when he comes back.
  9. Should be very remote for Fev. With their assets properly handled there should be sufficient additional income to offset any potential crisis. Other clubs may have problems. It is alarming how many so called 'business men' seem to know nothing about cash flow.
  10. Deal agreed with RL there is to be a new club. Andrew Chalmers suggested as head of consortium
  11. Yor kidding!
  12. It is quoted in the Domesday book as Fred- esten so he may have had it then OR.
  13. That's very interesting Mo. Wasn't Pontefract at that time two places called Tanshelf and Kirkby that eventually became one place?
  14. Remember him playing. Good lad. Good player. RIP.
  15. The location of the bridge in question is still in doubt. Various places have been suggested and the Stumpcross area is one of them. Others say that the River Aire is the location but overall the precise location has not been pinpointed. Of bigger interest to me is the fact that legend has it that Robin Hood spent a fair amount of time in Featherstone and his headquarters there were at the Travellers Hotel. No wonder his troop were called the 'Merry Men'. Love to hear more about that legend.