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Should mushrooms make their sacrifice now?

straightatthewall

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I'm expecting my personal invite from Neil 'so called manager' Crutchley to attend the pre match meetings and travel down on the club coach. I've already finished my 4 hour PowerPoint presentation on the pros and cons of 433 vs 442 vs Lumping It To The Big Man.

He's clearly followed my 143 page dossier on what he's doing wrong that I left in a plain brown envelope under his windscreen wipers at Squires Gate a fortnight ago, it was tricky to get in as apparently security have my photo but I fooled them by not dressing in my usual full kit (with casual training windcheater for cold days) and leaving my usual Prozone sponsored laptop bag in the car.

All I want really is the credit for our turnaround in the season, I'm not one to say I told you so and really hate it when people drag up old posts but I was right all along and have the proof printed out in my new book 'AVFTT Posts Where I Was Right and EVERYONE ELSE WAS WRONG 2011 - 2021', available directly from me for only £29.99 with an invitation to subscribe to my Summer 2021 Coaching Badge followed by my 2 day seminar 'Football, not as easy as you think it is'.
It's a good job the little man has a big sense of humour.
 

Dark_Side_of_the_Lune

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Some strategic thinking is also needed on that front. If Pip can't be there, we're potentially losing out on his capability to advise Critcho on tactical changes during the game. Seems madness to do that.
Pip was masterminding last Friday make no mistake. He crossed the border good and early to join the lads at noon. He and Critch are leaving nothing to chance now we are so close 👍
 

Tr33frog

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Add all those that went Villa to the list as well, although they seem to have double standards when it comes down to it
 

Davepick

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Maybe it would be easier to give those who attended the Exeter PO final first dibs on tickets. That would be fair reward for those who supported 'the lads' through the dark times.
No way.
I was working at Exeter Airport until 14.30 that day and couldn't get away.
Had to listen on the radio. 🙄
 

22abus

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There were 8000 there that day and the majority were not mushrooms. They wanted to cheer the team on after a difficult season. Remember many on here were wanting Luton or Exeter to win. We would have not been in the position we are now .
Let’s see how many of you abusers turn up at Wembley on Sunday.
We all wanted to “cheer the team on after a difficult season”.
The majority didn’t want to fund the regime though, no one should have gone and it’s really not something you should be proud about.
 

abt1835

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I still cannot understand why it is considered that NAPM contributed one little bit to the removal of the previous owners, who would still be there if it were not for Mr Belokon.
 

seasideone

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I still cannot understand why it is considered that NAPM contributed one little bit to the removal of the previous owners, who would still be there if it were not for Mr Belokon.
WRONG

The judge said (to paraphrase) - the boycott had a severe inpact on the value of the assett, so to the only way to get fair value was to remove the scum. Then he put into the hands of the reciever. 👍
 

22abus

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I still cannot understand why it is considered that NAPM contributed one little bit to the removal of the previous owners, who would still be there if it were not for Mr Belokon.
You’re probably right but it was all we could do - there was no alternative.
 

Simonized

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I still cannot understand why it is considered that NAPM contributed one little bit to the removal of the previous owners, who would still be there if it were not for Mr Belokon.
Really! You are obviously not a deep thinker, lets be honest and shallow would be the honest opinion.
 

straightatthewall

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The 'Queue' thread is populated with many who were at the Exeter game and are bellyaching about not being able to sit with 10 mates. It really does beggar belief.
 

TangerineYfronts

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Really think these posts are absolutely ridiculous and uncalled for at this chapter of the club

id have probably been for it during the dark times and shortly afterward

this is a time we all should be together perfect opportunity, im sure Salder wants all fans to be together, not name calling and discriminating against each other. FFS we have what we wanted

Not quite all a bit of segregation would be good - a dedicated area for 🍄🍄🍄 please
 

Alf

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Halifax you were wrong to support the opposition thinking a drop down the leagues would get rid of them.
I was wrong to attend but at least I apologised openly on here
If you can’t accept mushroomhood, it’s not really an apology IMO. Full respect to anybody who can say ‘I was a mushroom and now I feel like a cunt for it sorry’. It’s the ‘BUT’ that always comes after the acknowledgement that makes my stomach turn. I remember at homecoming seeing a bloke laughing it all off and saying ‘nothing could stop me watching my beloved pool’ - it’s that shit that grinds people’s gears, implying there is any kind of justification for the morally reprehensible act of giving money to the people who were actively destroying our community and local quality of life. Either show full repentance or shut up about it and let us all move on with life.
 

phill

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One way to sort this is all mushrooms to be publicly birched and they can start with a clean slate and move on .The worst offenders who stuck up for the regime for so long like brr to receive 3 strokes.The brown nosing smirker at the sisa meeting 6
 

Towerpower99

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It is a rather annoying thought that there will be some there on Sunday that attended the 2017 final.

They don't deserve to reap the rewards that the rest of sacrificed for, but that's life unfortunately. It doesn't always work out like a movie with a clean cut happy ending.
Like having a Oyscum still on BFC premises....nothing clean cut 😞
 

TangerineYfronts

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If you can’t accept mushroomhood, it’s not really an apology IMO. Full respect to anybody who can say ‘I was a mushroom and now I feel like a cunt for it sorry’. It’s the ‘BUT’ that always comes after the acknowledgement that makes my stomach turn. I remember at homecoming seeing a bloke laughing it all off and saying ‘nothing could stop me watching my beloved pool’ - it’s that shit that grinds people’s gears, implying there is any kind of justification for the morally reprehensible act of giving money to the people who were actively destroying our community and local quality of life. Either show full repentance or shut up about it and let us all move on with life.
Well said Alf. And stop singing “We got the Oystons out like we said we would“
 

todayistheday

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Plenty of you lot had freebies off Owen and Karl,standing next to Karl on the terraces,some even enjoying drink freebies at away games or in Lytham,one of the mega mushrooms only does twitter. What a sad bunch,most trying to get into bed with Simon, Brett or Ben,hope they are a better ride than the O's were for you.
 

Mark_GT

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I need to look at the queue thread now. Sounds like there's a few shroom classics to see there 🍄🚀😬
 

Blackpoolmad

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There were 8000 there that day and the majority were not mushrooms. They wanted to cheer the team on after a difficult season. Remember many on here were wanting Luton or Exeter to win. We would have not been in the position we are now .
Let’s see how many of you abusers turn up at Wembley on Sunday.
Each and every one of them was a mushroom and prolonged the Oyston regime.
Never forget.
 

Seasideboris

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Jeez
Just returned from work to see you lot still going on about it.
I broke NAPM ruling just once.
How many went to Wigan or Villa away.
Fleetwood away and many other examples.
Wanting us playing non League in assumption they would leave.

Just let’s move on and look forward to the game on Sunday.
I will be there to see us in the Championship.
 

Chunkylad

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Plenty of you lot had freebies off Owen and Karl,standing next to Karl on the terraces,some even enjoying drink freebies at away games or in Lytham,one of the mega mushrooms only does twitter. What a sad bunch,most trying to get into bed with Simon, Brett or Ben,hope they are a better ride than the O's were for you.
Name and shame them Toadie!
 

todayistheday

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I could name a dozen but the clique would be on defending them. They know who they are. Hows the back,hope you are good in yourself. 💪
 
P

Plumbs

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A great knock starting with an amazing swinging of the bat in the first over,but very much a one day event rather than a Test match special as it were.

The Pavilion are really lapping it up and now its time for barley water and cucumber sandwiches.
 

Macseasider

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A great knock starting with an amazing swinging of the bat in the first over,but very much a one day event rather than a Test match special as it were.

The Pavilion are really lapping it up and now its time for barley water and cucumber sandwiches.

It's a full on Christopher "Universe Boss" Gayle T20 innings this. Literally smashed a 100m six from the first delivery. Love an aggressive innings. Well played.
 

Cuthbert

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Instinctively I don't like this thread. It's deliberately devisive, setting supporter onto supporter. What I loved about Friday was we seemed a unified club again, we were moving on. If people want to live in the past then do so but just shut up. For the record I boycotted, never went to the Exeter game but would happily sit with people who did not boycott.
 

straightatthewall

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Instinctively I don't like this thread. It's deliberately devisive, setting supporter onto supporter. What I loved about Friday was we seemed a unified club again, we were moving on. If people want to live in the past then do so but just shut up. For the record I boycotted, never went to the Exeter game but would happily sit with people who did not boycott.
Same here. 👍🏻
 

Wizaard

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Jeez
Just returned from work to see you lot still going on about it.
I broke NAPM ruling just once.
How many went to Wigan or Villa away.
Fleetwood away and many other examples.
Wanting us playing non League in assumption they would leave.

Just let’s move on and look forward to the game on Sunday.
I will be there to see us in the Championship.
Away put nothing in the Oystons pockets. That's the way football funding works.

If you can't see that there's no hope.
 
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