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Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:18 pm  
vastman wrote:
Possibly the most stupid post I have ever read!

Get a chuffing grip.

Disgraceful it may have been and I called it, though I'm shocked by the scoreline, how the hell does making the club bankrupt help FFS.


I am not stupid, nor is my comment. The club and players deserve nothing after that, if you think so, good for you. No professional team should ever have that score put on them, ever. If you think that is acceptable then you are also part of the problem because with performances like that, we may as well be bankrupt.
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:19 pm  
Vastman the problem is that the club are not helping themselves though are they. We have limped along for several seasons, maybe you can ask your mate why we have not increased the revenue stream over the years.
I guess you are involved in a business would you join one that boasts that it spends less on staff than any other, runs the business on low overheads and has a total annual ambition of just surviving until the next. This is the problem we are facing because if you add to that the loss of their best assets would you join.
I wonder if anyone at the club will make a statement apologising to those supporters who wasted their money and time just like other teams have done.
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:22 pm  
vastman wrote:
Possibly the most stupid post I have ever read!

Get a chuffing grip.

Disgraceful it may have been and I called it, though I'm shocked by the scoreline, how the hell does making the club bankrupt help FFS.

are things that bad financially that if turned their back for a home game of too they end up bankrupt wow you don't half go over the top, anyway it unusual for you to post so soon after a defeat and up to week or so when it's a heavy one as you normally go off sulking

Never mind turn up with the rest of the sheep baar, baar, baar
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:26 pm  
Change is needed now on and off the field asap
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:28 pm  
snowie wrote:
are things that bad financially that if turned their back for a home game of too they end up bankrupt wow you don't half go over the top, anyway it unusual for you to post so soon after a defeat and up to week or so when it's a heavy one as you normally go off sulking

Never mind turn up with the rest of the sheep baar, baar, baar


He also missed my point. Most people including myself have already bought a ticket, but I am not wasting my only day off. So they actually get my money anyway.
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:33 pm  
snowie wrote:
are things that bad financially that if turned their back for a home game of too they end up bankrupt wow you don't half go over the top, anyway it unusual for you to post so soon after a defeat and up to week or so when it's a heavy one as you normally go off sulking

Never mind turn up with the rest of the sheep baar, baar, baar


You will be upsetting him, PT and Chissitt because they don’t like to face reality, if you support Wakefield you do so regardless, without question.
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:37 pm  
burtonsrlfc wrote:
I am not stupid, nor is my comment. The club and players deserve nothing after that, if you think so, good for you. No professional team should ever have that score put on them, ever. If you think that is acceptable then you are also part of the problem because with performances like that, we may as well be bankrupt.


True, it was incredibly stupid. The club is a different thing to the players.

I'd happily get rid of most of our squad and perhaps even the coaching staff.

Then I'd replace them with better.

Oh wait, I can't do that because I have no money because some fans think it's a great idea to get rid of the team by killing the club. Your logic is totally twisted.

Being a fane of most clubs is hard work, painful at times, especially ones like Trinity. However there is only one choice if you want the club to survive and that's to keep supporting it no matter what. It's what we are, supporters.

Couple of years back we hammered Hull by a similar margin, and Wigan. They have both recovered.
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:42 pm  
Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
You will be upsetting him, PT and Chissitt because they don’t like to face reality, if you support Wakefield you do so regardless, without question.


Firstly, you have no idea what I think or how I feel. So stop being an idiot.
Second, it is significant in my opinion that when we were winning, you couldn't bring yourself to congratulate the team and then just stopped posting. Now they've lost you are gleefully posting from your holiday. Says it all.

Personally, I support Wakefield Trinity. They were awful today. But it doesn't mean every player is bad or that the club is going to implode.
Encouraging people not to support the club is the most destructive thing a supposed supporter can do. I've never even seen a Cas fan do that to us.

I'll be there next week because the team needs support and the club needs money. I don't really care whether you, Snowie and Burton like that or not. It's my choice.
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:43 pm  
snowie wrote:
are things that bad financially that if turned their back for a home game of too they end up bankrupt wow you don't half go over the top, anyway it unusual for you to post so soon after a defeat and up to week or so when it's a heavy one as you normally go off sulking

Never mind turn up with the rest of the sheep baar, baar, baar


They probably are but that's not the point.

I'm over the top! Thats so rich and ironic from the world class moaner, I've just wet myself with laughter.

Its infantile and counter productive, but its free country so go ahead if it makes you feel good.

For me the club is the only thing that matters, those in charge and those playing, or not, in this case are irrelevant. If that makes me a sheep (how pathetic a jibe is that) then I'm fine because at least I'm not you.
Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:43 pm  
Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
You will be upsetting him, PT and Chissitt because they don’t like to face reality, if you support Wakefield you do so regardless, without question.

Well i dont know about facing reality but the facts are pretty hard to avoid. The rump of our squad will still be with us next season , they will also be a year older and no better than they are now. They all have to be paid and therefore many will still be getting regular games because we cant afford to buy in a dozen or so decent players. Best you can all look forward to is another season watching some of this dross struggle to compete.
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