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PostSubject: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:17 pm

Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association proudly presents a Fans Forum

with

Plymouth Argyle Director Simon Hallett and Chief Executive Martyn Starnes

on Tuesday 13 June 2017 at 7:30pm

at Launceston Football Club, Pennygillam Way, Pennygillam Industrial Estate, Launceston PL15 7ED

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All Argyle fans welcome
Admission: Free for PACSA members
(£1.00 for non members)
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Sun Jun 04, 2017 12:02 pm

Gosh a fab night with Community Si and Austerity Marty.
Will it be under cover or will i need to bring my Poncho ?
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Sun Jun 04, 2017 12:49 pm

sufferedsince 68 wrote:
Gosh a fab night with Community Si and Austerity Marty.
Will it be under cover or will i need to bring my Poncho ?
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Mon Jun 05, 2017 11:15 pm

Simon Hallett and Martyn Starnes will bring the plans for the Grandstand
refurbishment for display at Launceston.

They are also bringing a supply of the "On Our Way" promotion DVD to sell.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Mon Jun 05, 2017 11:32 pm

Could be worse, the 13th could have been a Friday. Beeb will have to have his best double head on, as new football free inviting days out continue to present themselves, now that old haze has lifted.
It's the new black, shortly retiring corporate banking execs out on the community stump selling their investment plans in parishes up and down the country looking for safe havens. Get down and embed with the community. God bless their concern to consult and do the right thing.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Thu Jun 15, 2017 5:22 pm

Report by Graham Clark on pasoti about the meeting-

Graham Clark wrote:
Below is a summary of the main points of the PACSA meeting held on Tuesday with Simon Hallett and Martyn Starnes

1. The money the Board have committed to Stage 1 to provide the new roof and floodlights for the Grandstand refurbishment in excess of the £5m provided by Simon and Jane Hallett is ‘substantial’ although confirmed at less than £1m.
2. The Board have committed other substantial sums to the further improvement of the Harpers Park drainage, new fencing to prevent damage and vandalism, the Home park pitch improvements and essential maintenance on essential items (unspecified) at the Home Park stadium.
3. Simon Hallett commented on how soon the unbudgeted income from the Liverpool games had been swallowed up by expenditure on the improvements.
4. Martyn Starnes confirmed that they were hopeful that the planning application for the Grandstand would be submitted within four weeks but the plans were subject to continuing refinement (there had been a meerting of the Grandstand Working Group earlier the same day.
5. Martyn Starnes confirmed that the reported 500 capacity for supporters bars included the capacity of the GT’s Marquee which is to be retained for the foreseeable future subject to licencing etc. He also confirmed that the far Post Club would not be opened for the start of the season as that are was where the initial constructional activity would take place. He confirmed that there would be accessibility of the supporter’s bars from outside the stadium. He hoped that , subject to proven demand, that there could be a 7-day-a-week bar facility open to supporters.
6. Simon Hallett confirmed that there was no funding in place, at this stage, for Stage 2 and that the cost of Stage 2 had not been finalised. It was hoped that once Stage 1 had been completed and was generating income then that would assist in securing additional funding for Stage 2 as would income from additional attendances.
7. Martyn Starnes confirmed that so far 5,000 Green Memberships had been sold and 1,000 White Memberships. Both figures were substantially in advance of the same stage last season particularly the sale of White Memberships.
8. Simon Hallett confirmed he wanted to concentrate on improving the pre and post-match experience at the stadium. That was his focus based on his experience in the USA. 
9. Martyn Starnes declined to confirm whether or not the ‘competitive playing budget’ was in excess of the reported last season’s League 1 average of £3.5m. That figure is from the Portsmouth Chief Executive who confirmed publicly that Pompey’s playing budget would be £3m for this season. Both Martyn and Simon confirmed that Derek Adams likes to ‘outperform’ his playing budget as he did last season.
10. During the meeting the signing of Ryan Edwards was confirmed. Martyn Starnes said that a compensation payment with Morecombe had been agreed and paid as the player was u-24. He said the signing was a ‘coup’ as a lot of clubs had expressed an interest in signing him.
11. Martyn Starnes confirmed that there is an expectation That Derek Adams will replace the nine players released and keep the squad numbers roughly the same as last season. That is his decision and not a Board decision, so expect up to another six signings. He also confirmed that as we are in League 1 now we are a much more attractive proposition for loan signings, particularly from the Premiership. Derek Adams has got a good reputation for looking after and reporting progress on loan signings.
12. Finally, Simon Hallett and his wife decided to confirm their investment in the club after receiving an overwhelming welcome at the Senior Greens. Simon confirmed that his wife in particular is smitten with the supporters at the club even though previously she had no track record of interest in any sport. They are planning to go on the tour to Holland before they return to the USA.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Thu Jun 15, 2017 7:19 pm

You have to laugh... Even after all this the club still can't state exactly what the supporters bar situation is? It seems to depend on "proven demand? Can anyone tell from the plans what these supporter bars ( yes plural) look like? I'm betting they are just an area to get served a beer like what's available already in the Lindy. I can't see them resembling the FPC at all?

..and as for the Far Post Club still not being open? A complete joke. It was promised to be open before the end of last season and now it's going to be where the "initial construction activity" will take place. Isn't that the end of the 18-19 season? That's almost two years!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Thu Jun 15, 2017 7:46 pm

Probably all linked to Brent's masterplan for HHP. He won't want the football club competing for business with whatever he's got planned. I can tell him what demand there would be for a 7 day bar open to the general public just like a pub in the park.............. virtually zero, let alone the planning consent. It's not the Barbican. Only a members only Far Post type club thing could survive through the week, and even that might be a problem these days. Times have moved on. It's all supposed to be a Life Centre in a green space up there, not a burger and booze opportunity.

Everything keeps backing up and backing up, waiting for the "negotiations" to unravel in the park. There's a lot of plate spinning.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Thu Jun 15, 2017 8:05 pm

Rickler wrote:
You have to laugh...   Even after all this the club still can't state exactly what the supporters bar situation is?  It seems to depend on "proven demand?   Can anyone tell from the plans what these supporter bars ( yes plural) look like?  I'm betting they are just an area to get served a beer like what's available already in the Lindy.  I can't see them resembling the FPC at all?

..and as for the Far Post Club still not being open?  A complete joke.  It was promised to be open before the end of last season and now it's going to be where the "initial construction activity" will take place.   Isn't that the end of the 18-19 season? That's almost two years!!!


I seen in side the FPC and the GT has do a good job, the bar is fitted out with the pumps, and it is looking like a good club house. I feel sorry for the man hours and money spent by these fans and now the building is to be moth balled.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Thu Jun 15, 2017 8:17 pm

But the nerdfest tent will be staying lol.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Fri Jun 16, 2017 7:21 am

Les Miserable wrote:
But the nerdfest tent will be staying lol.

incredible that this abortion is to remain who the hell has a tent for pre match drinking. You'd have understood it post war but 72 years later ??
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Fri Jun 16, 2017 9:12 am

Les Miserable wrote:
But the nerdfest tent will be staying lol.

Its great isn't it. Keeps the great unwashed onside and can be easily pulled down if Brent ever gets around to building an ice rink.

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters Association    Fri Jun 16, 2017 11:54 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
Les Miserable wrote:
But the nerdfest tent will be staying lol.

incredible that this abortion is to remain who the hell has a tent for pre match drinking. You'd have understood it post war but 72 years later ??
lol!  It is funny Harve, I must admit, but I dont have a problem with it and sort of like tents and big tops, having worked at many music and art festivals in my time. And let's be honest, most drinking people like any excuse for a good beer tent in a field, although it's usually done in Summer, that is true The nerd thing is the problem, not the tent Razz
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