Jump to content

WeeBud

Saints
  • Posts

    1,166
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Everything posted by WeeBud

  1. I had to look up the answer (Cairters Corner too) but didn't want to give the game away until somebody else came up with the answer
  2. Not disagreeing with the main thrust of your point but I think the bit in bold is incorrect.....Wimbledon FC got permission to re-locate to Milton Keynes and became MK Dons if I remember correctly and didn't go "tits up" in the same manner as Rangers. Many teams down South have gone "tits up" and are still playing (Cardiff, Leeds, Charlton to name a few) although none were "liquidated" if my memory serves me accurately. I also think that the full-time squad in a part-time league is a bit of a Red Herring.......there is no such thing as a "part-time" league as such, they are all senior teams and could be full-time if they wished (and could afford it). There is a bigger issue in that the new club were allowed to constantly and consistently outspend their income with no consideration given to "financial fair-play" from our governing bodies.
  3. I'm a wee bit surprised that Shull hasn't been on here heaping praise on "Her Majesty" for her support for the "Black Lives Matter" movement 😎
  4. I wouldn't sweat on it too much for tomorrow's game........apparently it's in doubt anyway 🙊
  5. Baz, I haven’t really got an issue re the quality of the shirts, it would have only been the second season of strips (I think) that the sponsor wasn’t a stick on transfer…. For me your “take risks in business” line doesn’t stack up in this instance, the club are still selling shirts at top dollar billing despite the less than top dollar quality so where’s the risk?
  6. If you believe that’s how the hierarchy operates at St Mirren I’d disagree….GS pretty well dictated goings on at the club from what I’ve heard
  7. I’m sure that’ll make sense to someone……anyone???🤷
  8. WeeBud

    SMiSA Member Feedback

    For all that is correct Waldorf SMiSA will only canvass their membership (and probably rightly so as that's where their direct responsibility lies)........the club should go to the whole support for similar feedback but I won't hold my breath waiting for that to happen.
  9. Aye, which everyone else already knew about three days before you broke your exclusive !!
  10. I'm glad you're back Sweeper07, I was starting to doubt that James Scott was going to sign!!
  11. I think it goes back to entrances and very specific areas and whether they can block off areas of the main stand which I presume they can.......anyway I hope you get back to your seat soon
  12. You can still buy them online I think Turra
  13. I'm not so sure AlanB, it may be ok as the Corporate Hospitality Suite has a separate entrance and they can keep everybody contained and away from the designated Red Zone.
  14. If I were a rich man, boo Dee boo Dee boo Dee boo Dee boo Dee boo Dee boo Dee boo, I’d go running, to hide with my mummy, because I was in the 💩!!
  15. I understand the sentiment Ronnie but “nothing” is a bit misleading. My season ticket got me coverage of every home league game last season.
  16. or possibly you may wish to pay consideration to how your point/opinion comes across in your posts 😎
  17. Your second sentence is a statement, not an opinion.
  18. Who are you to decide what is "embarrassing" or "demonstration" level.......personally I'm quite happy to cut the club some slack but the summer has been an absolute shambles from an admin and communication perspective, add in the strips and shop issues and again poor communication surrounding them and I can see why some people might be frustrated enough to let their feelings known. I'm, as a rule, not normally a complainer but even I can see that this close season, from everything other than a "football" perspective, has been poor beyond any level of acceptable service from any business.
  19. Up next: Livingston v St Mirren (21st Nov) It would seem you are correct or at least for that particular game!!
  20. I knew they were the most expensive last year but I'd be amazed (not for the first time) that they would charge £25.00 for TV coverage when actual live attendance cost £25.00.....we'll see I suppose
  21. I think the £25.00 is for ground entry (I don't think even that's been confirmed as yet) and not for PPVTV ...... unless I've misunderstood your point!!
  22. I've watched a fair bit of the Olympics Coverage so far BinEk and one of the things that has impressed me most is the support and camaraderie that seems to exist in the less "elite" sports.....the encouragement and goodwill between athletes while watching the high jump, long jump and triple jump was fantastic. While watching their rivals compete the majority of the athletes were partaking in the rhythmic clapping that seems to go with these events in the absence of spectators, it was good to see.
  23. All good and pertinent questions Maboza and this is information that should "absolutely" be communicated to, at the very least, the 51% shareholders (SMiSA Members). It probably doesn't require to be a line by line, number by number sort of communication but it certainly should be a bit more than the "sketchy bollox" we have received so far. I take on board that there is a new Chairman in place and that the completion of "fan ownership" has just taken place but a lot of goodwill could be lost if this sort of issue isn't addressed quite quickly. I don't think for a moment that all the current issues lie at the doors of Kibble and their involvement but I always felt the way that they were introduced and the fanfare of "business acumen and proper processes" that they would bring left them open to (possibly unfair) criticism when things go wrong.
×
×
  • Create New...