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  1. roverzee

    Club Revenue Generators

    Does anyone actually read this poop?
  2. roverzee

    Season Tickets 2018/19

    I'm happy to be corrected on two counts 1) The surcharge clearly didn't matter to any of the people who stood freezing outside Ewood on Boxing Day to get in having missed a quarter of the game 2) Everyone had clearly got the message by Oxford, because there were no queues and 26,310 home fans, who are all now fully aware they can save money and avoid queuing by buying tickets early.
  3. roverzee

    Season Tickets 2018/19

    Have people forgotten Boxing Day 2017 vs Rochdale? Queues for match day tickets around the entire area in front of the Blackburn End, and some affected home fans only getting in to Ewood Park 25 minutes after the game kicked off? I know people who walked out of that queue and straight into the Fox + Hounds. Others doubtless just went home. All for a crowd (including visitors) of 15,115. Between that game and Oxford at Ewood in May, they introduced the "last minute" surcharge. For Oxford - 26,310 HOME fans on, everyone who wanted to be in for kick off was in, and there was no queue whatsoever for last minute walk-up tickets. Missing 25% of the game of football is more costly than a (roughly) 10% price hike on the day - and is also far more annoying for all concerned. And who in this day and age only decides on Saturday afternoon what they're actually going to be doing later on Saturday afternoon? I suspect that 95% or more of potential last minute walk-up fans already know they can get cheaper tickets before 12.30pm, and make sure that they do. Anyone who doesn't probably won't even realise or don't care that the price has gone up when they buy. The contrast between Rochdale (H) and Oxford (H) proves that this policy works, it's just not the done thing on BRFCS to give any credit to anything that the club does.
  4. roverzee

    Club Revenue Generators

    "More money than sense", "shame on those fans", "apologists" ... Stuart, is this really the sort of language to be using about Rovers fans, especially coming from someone who preaches constantly about fan unity? Just so you understand - Blues Bar match day membership has been available to purchase for at least 10 years, probably 15 or more. In previous seasons I have seen it announced every year on the website, and also advertised with flyers in Blues itself and in the Club Shop, and on the big screen during games. Do JW Upper Central Season Ticket holders also have more money than sense for choosing to pay 50 quid extra to sit on a padded seat closer to the half way line than their pauper cousins out on the JW Upper Wings? I guess if you'd bothered to do a tiny bit more research into this rather than rushing to launch another thread to beat up BRFC / Steve Waggott with, you wouldn't now need to be moralising about the spending decisions of your fellow fans ("apologists") in an effort to save face. Panic over Stuart ... #asyouwere PS what's your opinion of people who pay for speedy boarding? In fact why stop there, what's your opinion of people who go on holiday?
  5. roverzee

    Club Revenue Generators

    Blues Bar match day membership has been priced at £60 for at least the last three seasons, so there has been no increase this season. This has nothing to do with the £1 pay-on-the-door-entrance fee which does not allow admission at half time. There really is nothing to see here.
  6. roverzee

    Cricket

    1980 is much funnier ...
  7. roverzee

    Cricket

    Play the post not the poster. Whatever your opinion is of me, you're rallying round to defend someone who is openly supporting Australia - are you really comfortable with that? It's the usual clique ganging up just like they do on Chaddy. Backing up someone who is supporting Australia in a home Ashes series is the new low. I find your open support for Australia in this series to be complete provocation. You're the pillock here.
  8. roverzee

    Cricket

    Wind up? He's the one publically supporting Australia in a home Ashes series! Have you gone turncoat as well?
  9. roverzee

    Cricket

    Please point out any insult or abuse in my previous post.
  10. roverzee

    Cricket

    Ho Ho Ho Never mind Al, four more games for your boys to turn things around
  11. roverzee

    Cricket

    Oh well. Your only hope for the rest of the summer is an Ashes win for Australia. I'm not sure how you can live with that, but it's your problem. Of course you'll be tuning in to BT Sport 1 tomorrow night at 11pm, for your hero KP's St Lucia Zouks against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots ... won't you??
  12. roverzee

    Cricket

    Nope Al, it's all you. You've said you have no interest in cricket at the moment, so butt out of this thread instead of wrecking it for everyone else. You have no interest in cycling but you're wrecking that thread as well with your trolling, so butt out of that one. In fact YOU get off the forum. You're breaking all of your own rules.
  13. roverzee

    Cricket

    You need a mirror. Get out of the cricket thread then, you're clearly only here to cause trouble.
  14. roverzee

    Cricket

    Anyone else think this is genius?! www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOIy4tH1IRo
  15. roverzee

    Cricket

    Part of the community filling in whilst there's no other moderation. Calling out hypocrites and traitors like you. Enjoying the NZ wickets tumbling?
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