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Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Mon Jul 22, 2019 7:04 pm  

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PopTart wrote:
I don't think I expressed an opinion about Carter or the new poster.
I simply pointed out that he saved the club.

I can't say I particularly like or dislike him personally.
I can tell he works hard for the club and has done a better job based on financial position than anyone else in the history of the club.


How financially strong are we?
Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Mon Jul 22, 2019 7:21 pm  

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Why doesn't Trinity Truth come clean and tell us exactly why he doesn't appear to like MC? Is it a personal matter in which case he may not want to vent the reason on here? Or is it a financial concern that he thinks he hasn't handled particularly well, and has he signed up to this forum just to raise his views? What ever the reason he would appear to be very much in the minority amongst fans. Come on TT!!
Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Mon Jul 22, 2019 8:28 pm  

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Redscat wrote:
Why doesn't Trinity Truth come clean and tell us exactly why he doesn't appear to like MC? Is it a personal matter in which case he may not want to vent the reason on here? Or is it a financial concern that he thinks he hasn't handled particularly well, and has he signed up to this forum just to raise his views? What ever the reason he would appear to be very much in the minority amongst fans. Come on TT!!


It’s not a question of like or dislike -
I am desperately worried for our great club - wether you like it or not Mr Carter is playing fantasy Super League with a real club and has been doing so for years.
He absolutely knows he should not be spending hours on the golf course with Chester.
He absolutely knows he should not be going for beers with Chester in down town Perpignan.
And most of all he know he should not be allowing Ted Richardson and his cronies to take the post match formal dining offered by Catalans.
Are you still all sure that ‘ he is the man ‘ now you know that?
Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:04 pm  

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Trinity Truth wrote:
It’s not a question of like or dislike -
I am desperately worried for our great club - wether you like it or not Mr Carter is playing fantasy Super League with a real club and has been doing so for years.
He absolutely knows he should not be spending hours on the golf course with Chester.
He absolutely knows he should not be going for beers with Chester in down town Perpignan.
And most of all he know he should not be allowing Ted Richardson and his cronies to take the post match formal dining offered by Catalans.
Are you still all sure that ‘ he is the man ‘ now you know that?

What a funny rant that one is
Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:12 pm  

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Trinity Truth wrote:
It’s not a question of like or dislike -
I am desperately worried for our great club - wether you like it or not Mr Carter is playing fantasy Super League with a real club and has been doing so for years.
He absolutely knows he should not be spending hours on the golf course with Chester.
He absolutely knows he should not be going for beers with Chester in down town Perpignan.
And most of all he know he should not be allowing Ted Richardson and his cronies to take the post match formal dining offered by Catalans.
Are you still all sure that ‘ he is the man ‘ now you know that?


Well, based on all that, I'm ok with him.
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Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:58 am  

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Trinity Truth wrote:
It’s not a question of like or dislike -
I am desperately worried for our great club - wether you like it or not Mr Carter is playing fantasy Super League with a real club and has been doing so for years.
He absolutely knows he should not be spending hours on the golf course with Chester.
He absolutely knows he should not be going for beers with Chester in down town Perpignan.
And most of all he know he should not be allowing Ted Richardson and his cronies to take the post match formal dining offered by Catalans.
Are you still all sure that ‘ he is the man ‘ now you know that?


Can’t see any problem with this at all.
Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:09 am  

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Trinity Truth wrote:
It’s not a question of like or dislike -
I am desperately worried for our great club - wether you like it or not Mr Carter is playing fantasy Super League with a real club and has been doing so for years.
He absolutely knows he should not be spending hours on the golf course with Chester.
He absolutely knows he should not be going for beers with Chester in down town Perpignan.
And most of all he know he should not be allowing Ted Richardson and his cronies to take the post match formal dining offered by Catalans.
Are you still all sure that ‘ he is the man ‘ now you know that?


Based on the above, your initial post seems way, way over the top.
I dont know about any connections wit Ted Richardson but, spending time on the golf course or, in a bar in Perpignan, with Chris Chester, seems absolutely the right thing to do.
A chance to talk things over away from the usual place of work is THE best way to discuss what may be happening or what may be needed to "take the business forward".
Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:17 am  

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I feel sorry for Kirmond, that his testimonial season could be the one we get relegated.
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Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:51 am  

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A chance to talk things over away from the usual place of work is THE best way to discuss what may be happening or what may be needed to "take the business forward".


I'm not sure I agree - my mantra with workplace relationships is "friendly, but not friends," because it's exceedingly difficult to have robust, performance related conversations with someone who you've been socialising with; on that basis, I wouldn't generally see it as positive thing if any senior officer was best pals with a subordinate, in any workplace.
Re: Just how bad would relegation be? Tue Jul 23, 2019 10:48 am  
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Trinity Truth wrote:
It’s not a question of like or dislike -
I am desperately worried for our great club - wether you like it or not Mr Carter is playing fantasy Super League with a real club and has been doing so for years.
He absolutely knows he should not be spending hours on the golf course with Chester.
He absolutely knows he should not be going for beers with Chester in down town Perpignan.
And most of all he know he should not be allowing Ted Richardson and his cronies to take the post match formal dining offered by Catalans.
Are you still all sure that ‘ he is the man ‘ now you know that?

I would imagine that lord Ted has known Bernard Squash since 2006 and probably gets on quite well with him, hence the invitation to the banquet, I'm not sure what Mr carter can do about it as it's Catalan's doing the inviting, and as far as I'm aware The Richardson clan as you put it have a box in the flats anyway and Mr Carter is quite happy to take his money, excessive scandal mongering
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