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  1. i Hope Zico gets through this. One of my favourites in the stripes.
  2. absolutely no way, i know several people who have reversed the decision to retire this year and i feel healthy enouh to keep on going (some of the time) Retirement is fine if you have the money, but what will that money be worth in 5 years?
  3. most working weeks are 36-38 hours so this realy orks out around 24000, so maybe a take home of 1600 quid per month Not exactly liveable if you have a commute
  4. I was around Enniskillen for work 3 years ago and it had the feeling of quite a prosperous town, quite surprisingly so. I didn't go to the shops or pubs as i was staying out of town at the big golf and country club resort a few miles out of town. That place was surprisingly cheap as it was within the cap on hotel prices applied by my employer
  5. If anyone opened a shoe shop would the council put on shoelace- tieing classes at the library and community centre?
  6. Cos it is a load of speculative pish, thats why no one reported on it the report relies heavily on the testimony of one Paul Davies who wanted to carry out lie-detector tests on anyone who was against him https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/i-hardly-like-krays-labour-12738919
  7. Pish, a third of all they have is no big deal?
  8. You can bet your boots that any new installations will have a "Kibble first" policy on use. I would be very wary of pouring more cash into the club at this point. In fact, the only investment worth making would be for SMISA to buy Kibble out
  9. that would be harder to swallow than yesterday's cold bargain bucket
  10. That would only be an investment for Kibble, not an investment in the club. Buying shares doesn't provide capital, in fact it could be adding to the club debt. I wonder what the opportunities for Kibble are if they gain many more shares prior to a financial crash of the club. As a major shareholder, the only one with capital or access to borrowing markets, would they have first dibs on taking over the whole shooting-match? It is something that I feared would happen, allowing Kibble to cash in following a buy-the-buds 2 campaign to get them out. Remember, they didn't just crash a go-kart, they crashed the entire venture built around the go kart track in Hillington
  11. True, unfortunately it was always going to end like this with the committee that SMISA has and the crazy decision to let KIbble in the door. There is no rolling this back in the short to medium term, maybe some day the investors will get control of the club aagain but I fear that will only happen after a crash and the supporters have to stump up yet again.
  12. Not really a good comparison, I'd be upset if the sports development bodies put money into professional clubs and neglected the grass-roots game
  13. way too tall, unless Peter Davidson is thetherapist and he is looking down at an out-of-shot FS
  14. Chelsea boy and chelsea girl eventually became topman, topgirl and topshop
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