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hughy

I'm SUPER cereal.
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Can we just take a minute to remember the time when Spam's shirt sponsor (XL Holidays) went in to administration, but instead of supplying unsponsored shirts the kit man just ironed off-colour claret squares on to their shirts?


Ahh, the memories.
 

Marty

See you next Tuesday
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Can we just take a minute to remember the time when Spam's shirt sponsor (XL Holidays) went in to administration, but instead of supplying unsponsored shirts the kit man just ironed off-colour claret squares on to their shirts?


Ahh, the memories.
 

coys200

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One of their main supporter web sites claiming 8k not renewing ST this season which we mean 17k ST have walked away since the move. Meaning they will have just 8k original ST holders out of 54k. Astonishing if true .
 

michaelden

Knight of the Fat Fanny
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One of their main supporter web sites claiming 8k not renewing ST this season which we mean 17k ST have walked away since the move. Meaning they will have just 8k original ST holders out of 54k. Astonishing if true .
Well those figures mean they should push full steam ahead with their expansion plans! Anything to get 1-up on Spurs
 

sxboy

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The £99 season ticket is no more its now £150 and the youth and adult ones have gone up £50 each as well.
 

Lilbaz

Just call me Baz
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The £99 season ticket is no more its now £150 and the youth and adult ones have gone up £50 each as well.
Their financials showed that the move to the os made them an extra £3m from matchday revenue. Lol
 

RichieS

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Anyone got the Antonio "If this were Tottenham there'd be fans here" carpet stroking picture? Or did I imagine it?
 

allatsea

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According to the BBC website Carroll, Nasri and Adrian have been released by West Ham. Nasri must be the worst bit of business by any club in the season just finished.
 

Krule

Carpe Diem
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According to the BBC website Carroll, Nasri and Adrian have been released by West Ham. Nasri must be the worst bit of business by any club in the season just finished.
Doesn't seem that long ago since he was the rising star of football.....then he slid into obscurity....I never understood West Ham buying him....
 
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