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thundergaz

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I fail to find the correlation Griff.

If you rent a ground, the rent is the end of your commitment. If the ground needs any work, you point to the landlord and he gets it done.

If you own a ground, you have to pay the mortgage and do the remedial work yourself. It's not all beer and skittles.

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Wow, I know its been a turbulent winter but we're down to 4 clubs?!

Send me some money for the search fees and I'll download more clubs' accounts .....

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Send me some money for the search fees and I'll download more clubs' accounts .....

if i send you the train fare will you go away

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if i send you the train fare will you go away

:lol:

I use the ignore function and can recommend it.

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:lol:

I use the ignore function and can recommend it.

not on me i see. bug ger jeeves, ask griff.

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If you rent a ground, the rent is the end of your commitment. If the ground needs any work, you point to the landlord and he gets it done.

If you own a ground, you have to pay the mortgage and do the remedial work yourself. It's not all beer and skittles.

If the landlord decides to demolish the ground, you are left without a ground.

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This thread has become so boring and so far off topic I think it is time to close it.

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