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  1. Reading his latest interview on the back of the last couple of weeks statements, then one word comes to mind "bitter". I've said a few times this season prior to Xmas, that injuries had massively hindered us, and on that basis I wouldnt change manager. However since Xmas, with injuries clearing and heavily backed in the january window by the owners he has zero excuses. His team selection for the last 2 matches in particular was criminal. I'd sack him for that alone, his faith is poor signings like Gallager who cant trap a bag of cement, cant pass, cant shoot, cant cross, cant wi
  2. I think thats what they are a novelty, although my Rovers Mcewans lager must be worth a bit now with inflation
  3. I must be getting old lol, no not heard of IPA , Each to their own, think wife would flip if i ordered 24 to come saturday for £84, Get a nice whiskey or 2 for that
  4. New rovers beer, the size of a can of coke, £15 for 6, or £63 for mixed pack of 24, Seems a lot, But then £4.80 for 3 day delivery on a pack of 6 or £7.20 delivery for next day Or £21 for Saturday delivery, which most who work and can afford these would need. Nearly £6 a pint, does anyone know of another carry out beer in a can more expensive. At a time when our local pubs are closing through no real brewery support, i think this is an own goal. I'd rather support my local pub or shop, but i'd never pay £6 a pint either at home or the pub. We are going
  5. Many Thanks for everyone who has voted, your support means a lot
  6. Hello All, I was wondering if I could get some support at the upcoming elections for FSF National Council? I previously spent time on the National Council during the period I was involved with the BRFC Action Group and Rovers Trust. When I stood down from both organisations to concentrate more of my efforts on work and family, I also stood down from the National Council. We are facing challenging times as supporters, with talk of breakaway leagues, empty grounds due to Covid, Clubs having a real threat of going out of business and many issues around our national game. I feel I'm
  7. Fully enjoyed doing the podcast with Radio Rovers, Was quite long, hopefully managed to get some things in there that people did not know. Can be difficult remembering everything, during one conversation. I thank Duncan for giving me the opportunity to discuss the last 10 years
  8. Another classic, from the Man involved in trying to takeover Burnley: Dear Shebby, I thought I would send yourself and the owners a summary of the Judge’s verdict on our application to remove the admission of liability to pay Henning Berg a salary calculation over 2 1/2 years. You will recall Derek Shaw and Brabners admitted liability for this sum without informing the owners. This can be evidenced by Derek Shaw’s conversation with Brabners which is on the file where it states “she will not like this but will have to do it and ease it into her”.
  9. Hopefully will touch on that subject, as it was the trigger to finding out something much deeper, which was happening when the Kentaro agreement was no longer in place
  10. Was going through some of my notes/correspondence this morning and came across this, It was questions posed to Shebby Singh by a media outlet during the Berg turmoil, which eventually ended with his departure. He does not answer all the questions, but the ones he does answer are quite astounding: 1: Can you tell me what's happened these past few days in Pune, a flavour of the meetings, and the outcome.? A lot of begging and apologies from a confession aided by a mate. Manager dragged to India in support but did not work as Manager is strong minded.2: Who is in effective day to
  11. RE Singh, many a story to tell, from him wanting to pay for the marketing of protest, to board wranglings to sacking players by Phone, I'm sure we will touch on this. Agnew once said to me "Twitter and BRFCS Won't sack me" As he set us up in a meeting where he brought Jack Straw in to try and make us go away. He also rang me before he went to Pune, stating he wanted a fan on the board, would I consider halting all protest and walking away from the supporter campaign!!!!!! Action group received a few legal letters, but strangely I never got "ONE", Although my life and that of my wife
  12. I think the scheme is already out there in the public domain, I do have a strong story on this, and i'm sure Duncan will touch on it when we speak. Its beyond crazy to be honest, but will tell it as it was told to me from a extremely good source.
  13. Looking forward to sharing some stories of how bad it really was, be interesting to hear the type of things people would like to know. The protest The investigation Transfers Board room battles Communication with the owners Manager merry go around Takeover talks Hopefully will get an opportunity to touch of things people were not aware of,
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