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Remember the days that season ticket holders used to be entitled to % discount on strips? That no longer exists. 

Now some people want fans to accept sub-standard products rather than the club suffer financially for their own errors. Mental.  

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31 minutes ago, Maboza said:

Remember the days that season ticket holders used to be entitled to % discount on strips? That no longer exists. 

Now some people want fans to accept sub-standard products rather than the club suffer financially for their own errors. Mental.  

I mind when Shareholders got a discount on Season Tickets.

I also remember when Season Tickets were valid for Cup Ties and Friendlies.

Also mind when we had Change Strips and not fecking Away Kits.

I can't remember much else.

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2 minutes ago, shull said:

I mind when Shareholders got a discount on Season Tickets.

I also remember when Season Tickets were valid for Cup Ties and Friendlies.

Also mind when we had Change Strips and not fecking Away Kits.

I can't remember much else.

And kept them for more than 1 season before changing them

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4 hours ago, Brilliant Disguise said:

This for me this statement completely optimises the undertone of how the club is run. 

Roll out any old shit, provide a poor service, and you don’t need to justify or explain any decision to the fans under the banner “Look you helping the club so don’t moan”

The club don’t generally provide a poor service & they give us enough information IMO. Yes there are bumps on the road & we have had some frustrating times (this summer for example) 
 

We just have fans that like to consistently moan & expect too much. This is proven on here over many years.  

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8 minutes ago, bazil85 said:

The club don’t generally provide a poor service & they give us enough information IMO. Yes there are bumps on the road & we have had some frustrating times (this summer for example) 
 

We just have fans that like to consistently moan & expect too much. This is proven on here over many years.  

And we have fans, well one, who would take it up the arse if the club said it was for the good of the club. 

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10 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

And we have fans, well one, who would take it up the arse if the club said it was for the good of the club. 

The view taken by some if anyone remotely shows positivity. We really have a miserable bunch on here. 

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3 minutes ago, bazil85 said:

The view taken by some if anyone remotely shows positivity. We really have a miserable bunch on here. 

The problem with you, well one of them, is you are unable to form any balanced opinion.

You swallow whatever the club spits out, irrespective of what it means to supporters who have poured their hard earned cash into the club for decades, writing them off as irrelevant moaners.

You justify your lack of ability to see things for what hey are, and certainly from other peoples perspective, by smugly taking the "higher ground" of being positive.

TBH your opinion counts for the square root of feck all. 

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4 hours ago, alanb said:

I wonder who came up with this solution to the sponsor's logo issue.

Joma ? SMFC ? or sportswear supplier with years of experience in this field recently returned to the fold

Whoever it was no where near good enough quality control or customer service looking at pictures posted earlier

If shop bought are better quality that's even worse for mail order customers

It’s almost like it doesn’t matter what the quality is like as the fans are that stupid they’ll buy it anyhow. My kids have all last seasons kits and whilst They were decent they aren’t in the same league as adidas in terms of quality- yet it’s the same price. This latest nonsense is yet another unacceptable issue. Undoubtedly this is having an impact on the supporters feelings of goodwill towards the club. 

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5 minutes ago, norrie82 said:

It’s almost like it doesn’t matter what the quality is like as the fans are that stupid they’ll buy it anyhow. My kids have all last seasons kits and whilst hey we’re decent they aren’t in the same league as adidas in terms of quality- yet it’s the same price. This latest nonsense is yet another unacceptable issue. Undoubtedly this is having an impact on the supporters feelings of goodwill towards the club. 

I generally think the Joma quality is okay to be honest. I know there was some problems with badges previously but generally been ok. This year is a bit of a shambles not of Joma’s making it would seem. 
 

Comparison to adidas btw ... they are £65 for an official adidas kit vs £45 for a Saints top. Not sure if the DIY adidas kits like Hamilton get would be closer to the £45 mark, and whether those versions would have the desired quality and be profitable. No idea. 

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3 minutes ago, norrie82 said:

It’s almost like it doesn’t matter what the quality is like as the fans are that stupid they’ll buy it anyhow. My kids have all last seasons kits and whilst They were decent they aren’t in the same league as adidas in terms of quality- yet it’s the same price. This latest nonsense is yet another unacceptable issue. Undoubtedly this is having an impact on the supporters feelings of goodwill towards the club. 

To be honest for me, far more pressing issues as in getting attendance sorted and communication of plans for such.

Strips have always been a costly item compared with quality and probably best value off the sales rail but appreciate the demands for new ones for children 

Just think the solution of choice for the logos was bound to be problematic for some

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1 minute ago, Maboza said:

I generally think the Joma quality is okay to be honest. I know there was some problems with badges previously but generally been ok. This year is a bit of a shambles not of Joma’s making it would seem. 
 

Comparison to adidas btw ... they are £65 for an official adidas kit vs £45 for a Saints top. Not sure if the DIY adidas kits like Hamilton get would be closer to the £45 mark, and whether those versions would have the desired quality and be profitable. No idea. 

Probably depends on who the club is and  their marketing strength 

Castore brand Newcastle Utd hoodies for £165 a prime example 

Idiotic prices 

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1 hour ago, faraway saint said:

The problem with you, well one of them, is you are unable to form any balanced opinion.

You swallow whatever the club spits out, irrespective of what it means to supporters who have poured their hard earned cash into the club for decades, writing them off as irrelevant moaners.

You justify your lack of ability to see things for what hey are, and certainly from other peoples perspective, by smugly taking the "higher ground" of being positive.

TBH your opinion counts for the square root of feck all. 

- I can certainly understand the frustration this summer, as I can with other points in the past. 

- That doesn’t mean I buy into the club being on fire which you’d think from reading some peoples comments on here over the years. 
 

- No time have I ever been smug or taken higher ground by being positive. The very fact that comes to the minds of some because a fan is positive, shows the problem is completely and utterly their own. 

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- I can certainly understand the frustration this summer, as I can with other points in the past. 
- That doesn’t mean I buy into the club being on fire which you’d think from reading some peoples comments on here over the years. 
 
- No time have I ever been smug or taken higher ground by being positive. The very fact that comes to the minds of some because a fan is positive, shows the problem is completely and utterly their own. 
Like when you just ask questions?

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1 hour ago, Maboza said:

I generally think the Joma quality is okay to be honest. I know there was some problems with badges previously but generally been ok. This year is a bit of a shambles not of Joma’s making it would seem. 
 

Comparison to adidas btw ... they are £65 for an official adidas kit vs £45 for a Saints top. Not sure if the DIY adidas kits like Hamilton get would be closer to the £45 mark, and whether those versions would have the desired quality and be profitable. No idea. 

Full adidas kit for a child is 45. Top shorts and socks. Granted the adults are 65 but the quality of material and style Make it worth every penny in my book. Joma is ok but it is not great 

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6 hours ago, bazil85 said:

- I can certainly understand the frustration this summer, as I can with other points in the past. 

- That doesn’t mean I buy into the club being on fire which you’d think from reading some peoples comments on here over the years. 
 

- No time have I ever been smug or taken higher ground by being positive. The very fact that comes to the minds of some because a fan is positive, shows the problem is completely and utterly their own. 

This tactic of exaggerating, "the club being on fire", to diminish the real, and disappointing, issues, is well used and frankly another sign you don't take the recent problems seriously.

As for your last sentences, confirms your attitude that you are right and everyone else who disagrees has a problem.

This is my 3rd, and last, response to you on this issue, I'm not getting drawn into a never ending waste of time with you, you are, simply, not worth it. :byebye

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2 hours ago, faraway saint said:

This tactic of exaggerating, "the club being on fire", to diminish the real, and disappointing, issues, is well used and frankly another sign you don't take the recent problems seriously.

As for your last sentences, confirms your attitude that you are right and everyone else who disagrees has a problem.

This is my 3rd, and last, response to you on this issue, I'm not getting drawn into a never ending waste of time with you, you are, simply, not worth it. :byebye

The guys a clown, your better off ignoring him. Its ok a bit of debate but he's boring as f**k!

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3 hours ago, faraway saint said:

This tactic of exaggerating, "the club being on fire", to diminish the real, and disappointing, issues, is well used and frankly another sign you don't take the recent problems seriously.

As for your last sentences, confirms your attitude that you are right and everyone else who disagrees has a problem.

This is my 3rd, and last, response to you on this issue, I'm not getting drawn into a never ending waste of time with you, you are, simply, not worth it. :byebye

Saying I can see why they've been frustrating is plenty, I do not need to nor will I adhere to the sheer negativity from some on here for whom St Mirren can do no right. 

Nope, it's matter of opinion, this isn't about the topics for me, it's about how some people consistently react to practically anything that happens at the club. I again understand peoples frustration and they have every right to be given what's happened. We can note this one down to you yet again not understanding the point. 

This post highlights it's in fact you that needs to be right and doesn't like people disagreeing with you. Again I fully accept people's opinions on the running of the club, I'm referencing the negativity on here. We could both have saved a lot of time if we just started with this, it's well documented. 

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Received this reply from Provan sports this morning. Pity I'd already been to the Post Office!!!!

 

"Please accept our apologies. We will send these back to the printer for investigation. I have also attached a returns label.

If you print out and attach to the package. You can drop off at any post office and you won’t be charged.

 

In addition, I will send you a discount code for your next purchase by way of apology and for your time wasted."

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26 minutes ago, Gosport Buddie said:

Received this reply from Provan sports this morning. Pity I'd already been to the Post Office!!!!

 

"Please accept our apologies. We will send these back to the printer for investigation. I have also attached a returns label.

If you print out and attach to the package. You can drop off at any post office and you won’t be charged.

 

In addition, I will send you a discount code for your next purchase by way of apology and for your time wasted."

See that’s how a business engages properly with their customers. 

Engagement, acceptance of the issue (even though its not their issue that is being questioned) and a token gesture for the inconvenience. That statement makes you want to go back.

Not a statement that paraphrases stop moaning, it’s no our fault, a big boy did it and ran away, give us your money and please accept our mediocrity.

 

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Received this reply from Provan sports this morning. Pity I'd already been to the Post Office!!!!

 

"Please accept our apologies. We will send these back to the printer for investigation. I have also attached a returns label.

If you print out and attach to the package. You can drop off at any post office and you won’t be charged.

 

In addition, I will send you a discount code for your next purchase by way of apology and for your time wasted."

Who did you contact? I emailed the address from the order email = [email protected] and I have received nothing. I'd like to get a replacement maybe in the size down as this one is huge next to my son.
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2 minutes ago, Mainstand Sweary Mob said:
1 hour ago, Gosport Buddie said:

Received this reply from Provan sports this morning. Pity I'd already been to the Post Office!!!!

 

"Please accept our apologies. We will send these back to the printer for investigation. I have also attached a returns label.

If you print out and attach to the package. You can drop off at any post office and you won’t be charged.

 

In addition, I will send you a discount code for your next purchase by way of apology and for your time wasted."

Who did you contact? I emailed the address from the order email = [email protected] and I have received nothing. I'd like to get a replacement maybe in the size down as this one is huge next to my son.

That's the email I used, yesterday

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