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26 minutes ago, roversfan99 said:

How do people part with £50-75 for training wear?!

God knows, I wouldn't. All the same these days at every club under every manufacturer for coats like that etc... Mental.

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This lighter shade of blue is ok the odd year in ten, fifteen or twenty. For the greater part of our history, we have played in royal blue. That’s the colour it needs to be.

Think Sharpe should go and try to find out who from Rovers went running to Sky Sports before the Middlesbrough match in January and told them we had arranged for a £2 million pitch replacement. A

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The stuff in Forest's club shop still significantly cheaper than Rovers' even after reductions on both sides.

Why?

Food and drink significantly more expensive at Rovers than other clubs.

Why?

Ticket prices go up and up at Ewood whilst being frozen or cut elsewhere.

Why?

Three starter questions for the next time Waggott emerges from his bunker. Probably after the dust has settled and the clock is reset in the summer.

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23 hours ago, JHRover said:

The stuff in Forest's club shop still significantly cheaper than Rovers' even after reductions on both sides.

Why?

Food and drink significantly more expensive at Rovers than other clubs.

Why?

Ticket prices go up and up at Ewood whilst being frozen or cut elsewhere.

Why?

Three starter questions for the next time Waggott emerges from his bunker. Probably after the dust has settled and the clock is reset in the summer.

Because at Rovers they choose managers over fans.

The CEO then divides the planned season ticket income by the number of projected fans.

Instead of trying to grow the fanbase…

”We’ve done all we can “.

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51 minutes ago, MarkBRFC said:

Meanwhile third division Charlton have already sold 4000 season tickets...

We will not get close to 4000 season tickets sold. 

I genuinely reckon around the 3000 mark is realistic for us this season with Mowbray and the Coventrio at the helm.

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6 hours ago, 1864roverite said:

Season tickets, shirts and further commercial news in the final stages of planning at Ewood, I’ve had an emailed response from BRFC and Waggott secretary

Always tomorrow, never today with this lot.

Guarantee we will be one of the last to release information and get tickets or shirts on sale. As is normal.

They've already tried claiming that the pandemic is preventing season tickets from being sold which is cobblers as many other clubs with smaller stadia and higher demand than us are proving.

Excuse after excuse.

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6 hours ago, 1864roverite said:

Season tickets, shirts and further commercial news in the final stages of planning at Ewood, I’ve had an emailed response from BRFC and Waggott secretary

hoping soon that they are both announce. With the club shop offering sale after sale on training kits, home and away kits they must be getting close to announcing the new kits. 

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4 minutes ago, chaddyrovers said:

hoping soon that they are both announce. With the club shop offering sale after sale on training kits, home and away kits they must be getting close to announcing the new kits. 

The 5 year contract with umbro was announced on May 12th 2016, so would presume it ends on the 11th

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1 hour ago, perthblue02 said:

The 5 year contract with umbro was announced on May 12th 2016, so would presume it ends on the 11th

The Umbro deal will more than likely end on May 31st. It's possible that the deal with Macron, if it is them, could be announced before then.

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On 15/01/2021 at 13:53, alex l said:

Am I right in thinking Umbro's deal ends this season? If so would explain the buy one get one half price deal expertly sold by Dacky and Breo in the latest video. 

With Recoverite also being an initial one year deal the Commercial dept best get a move on

Commercial department? Get a move on? Haha. More chance of rovers being invited to join the European Super League!

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On 05/05/2021 at 22:08, Stuart said:

Because at Rovers they choose managers over fans.

The CEO then divides the planned season ticket income by the number of projected fans.

Instead of trying to grow the fanbase…

”We’ve done all we can “.

Spot on.

"Increased revenue per customer" sounds great whilst "Increased profit per customer action" is the holy grail...

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