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PostSubject: St James   Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:00 pm

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Extensive research by Pasoti’s top opinion manipulators has proven what we knew all along: James Brent’s green halo is yet to slip.

Many opinions are altering as the evidence mounts that James Brent has taken an unnecessarily indebted, asset-stripped and under-funded Argyle as far as he can as English football’s Plymouth Argyle sit bottom of the third tier with only 5 points with more than a quarter of a season gone. This however has been refuted by Pasoti’s crack team of moderators.

Accusations, supported by recently published accounts, that it is only Argyle that is actually trading profitably at present in Brent’s Akkeron empire are batted away with all the assurance of David Gower creaming a loosener from Liaqat Ali through the covers. “Without Mr Brent we woudn’t have a club” they say.

Even questions surrounding the potential whereabouts of the income from last season’s triumphant promotion campaign are avoided as easily as a John Emburey bouncer. “We had the best mean home attendances in years, featured twice in sell-out televised FA cup matches versus Liverpool, had transfer fee income rain in on us from Ben Purrington and Curtis Nelson and the sell-on clauses from Joe Mason and Conor Hourihane… Where has the money gone?” “We built a fence” comes the effortless reply as yet another dent appears on the boundary advertising.

Argyle is sitting a £4.1m loan to fix a grandstand up which it can’t use because Brent has piled in work that would normally be part of a routine maintenance programme with a massive, complicated, unfunded, controversial wider development scheme, that only makes sense as part of an even wider city-wide one, which is already 3 months behind schedule and for which many crucial documents have not even been properly registered, if they exist at all, yet. “He saved us!” comes the triumphant retort as yet another Duke cricket ball sails high and handsomely out of the ground and into a nearby river.

Which leaves Argyle where it is. Despite having failed to get Akkeron’s bid to redevelop our Civic Centre off the drawing board, despite having spunked many tax payers pounds up the wall as he failed to develop Oldway Mansion in Paignton, despite the original Higher Home Park scheme having collapsed and despite there being no good reasoning within the latest planning application for Higher Home Park’s next plan to be approved and despite virtually every business he gets involved with folding James Brent is still often referred to as a “successful business man” with bottom-of-the-league Argyle currently in crash-and-burn mode being the jewel in his crown and faith in his ability to deliver on anything he proposes barely worthy of question at all.

With “... but who else is there?” comes the nurdle around the corner that brings up the ton. A modest but aimless wander down the pitch, a bit of a trademark effete splutter, some vague but self-effacing and nonsensical gibberish to anybody still listening and the trusty Slazenger willow is used to prod down some pitch deflect unseen by the rest of us before being raised towards The Pavillions to the acclaim of… well, fewer and fewer people, really, as time goes by.

It’ll be a while until St James’s halo slips yet. It will though. Eventually as St James feasts on the heart that he has ripped out of the club and is pictured red-handed with blood-stained teeth and gore, having run down his chin ruining his best white Ben Sherman, the penny will drop as surely as Argyle will before May arrives.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:51 pm

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Extensive research by Pasoti’s top opinion manipulators has proven what we knew all along: James Brent’s green halo is yet to slip.

Many opinions are altering as the evidence mounts that James Brent has taken an unnecessarily indebted, asset-stripped and under-funded Argyle as far as he can as English football’s Plymouth Argyle sit bottom of the third tier with only 5 points with more than a quarter of a season gone. This however has been refuted by Pasoti’s crack team of moderators.

Accusations, supported by recently published accounts, that it is only Argyle that is actually trading profitably at present in Brent’s Akkeron empire are batted away with all the assurance of David Gower creaming a loosener from Liaqat Ali through the covers. “Without Mr Brent we woudn’t have a club” they say.

Even questions surrounding the potential whereabouts of the income from last season’s triumphant promotion campaign are avoided as easily as a John Emburey bouncer. “We had the best mean home attendances in years, featured twice in sell-out televised FA cup matches versus Liverpool, had transfer fee income rain in on us from Ben Purrington and Curtis Nelson and the sell-on clauses from Joe Mason and Conor Hourihane… Where has the money gone?” “We built a fence” comes the effortless reply as yet another dent appears on the boundary advertising.

Argyle is sitting a £4.1m loan to fix a grandstand up which it can’t use because Brent has piled in work that would normally be part of a routine maintenance programme with a massive, complicated, unfunded, controversial wider development scheme, that only makes sense as part of an even wider city-wide one, which is already 3 months behind schedule and for which many crucial documents have not even been properly registered, if they exist at all, yet. “He saved us!” comes the triumphant retort as yet another Duke cricket ball sails high and handsomely out of the ground and into a nearby river.

Which leaves Argyle where it is. Despite having failed to get Akkeron’s bid to redevelop our Civic Centre off the drawing board, despite having spunked many tax payers pounds up the wall as he failed to develop Oldway Mansion in Paignton, despite the original Higher Home Park scheme having collapsed and despite there being no good reasoning within the latest planning application for Higher Home Park’s next plan to be approved and despite virtually every business he gets involved with folding James Brent is still often referred to as a “successful business man” with bottom-of-the-league Argyle currently in crash-and-burn mode being the jewel in his crown and faith in his ability to deliver on anything he proposes barely worthy of question at all.

With “... but who else is there?” comes the nurdle around the corner that brings up the ton. A modest but aimless wander down the pitch, a bit of a trademark effete splutter, some vague but self-effacing and nonsensical gibberish to anybody still listening and the trusty Slazenger willow is used to prod down some pitch deflect unseen by the rest of us before being raised towards The Pavillions to the acclaim of… well, fewer and fewer people, really, as time goes by.

It’ll be a while until St James’s halo slips yet. It will though. Eventually as St James feasts on the heart that he has ripped out of the club and is pictured red-handed with blood-stained teeth and gore, having run down his chin ruining his best white Ben Sherman, the penny will drop as surely as Argyle will before May arrives.

If the penny hasnt dropped by now then its never going too.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Sun Oct 08, 2017 8:02 pm

There is a lot of blinkered thick janner greenies out there still to be convinced.
Greeeeeen armeeeeee!
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Sun Oct 08, 2017 8:58 pm

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PostSubject: Re: St James   Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:13 pm

excellent post Francis but like Angry said if the penny hasn't dropped now it never will, and even if it has they will continue to bend over due to being sycophantic to the core... no other clubs fans would turn a blind eye or be bought with aaa passes to this extent..

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PostSubject: Re: St James   Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:11 pm

Herts Pilgrim wrote:
excellent post Francis but like Angry said if the penny hasn't dropped now it never will, and even if it has they will continue to bend over due to being sycophantic to the core... no other clubs fans would turn a blind eye or be bought with aaa passes to this extent..


Can you imagine a club like gillingham for example struggling in the league atm need invest in the squad and a new manager yet the owner is planning to build shit to benefit him and build the club the bare minimum he can get away with stand as a gateway to getting the shit built but wont fund a proper squad or back the manager?

no cause they would rise up and ask WTF and demand change.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:49 am

John Emburey bowled off spin didn't he?

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PostSubject: Re: St James   Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:38 am

Hugh Watt wrote:
John Emburey bowled off spin didn't he?

Correct.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:39 am

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John Emburey bowled off spin didn't he?

That's why it would be easy to avoid his bouncer.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:44 am

Sir Francis Drake wrote:
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Extensive research by Pasoti’s top opinion manipulators has proven what we knew all along: James Brent’s green halo is yet to slip.

Many opinions are altering as the evidence mounts that James Brent has taken an unnecessarily indebted, asset-stripped and under-funded Argyle as far as he can as English football’s Plymouth Argyle sit bottom of the third tier with only 5 points with more than a quarter of a season gone. This however has been refuted by Pasoti’s crack team of moderators.

Accusations, supported by recently published accounts, that it is only Argyle that is actually trading profitably at present in Brent’s Akkeron empire are batted away with all the assurance of David Gower creaming a loosener from Liaqat Ali through the covers. “Without Mr Brent we woudn’t have a club” they say.

Even questions surrounding the potential whereabouts of the income from last season’s triumphant promotion campaign are avoided as easily as a John Emburey bouncer. “We had the best mean home attendances in years, featured twice in sell-out televised FA cup matches versus Liverpool, had transfer fee income rain in on us from Ben Purrington and Curtis Nelson and the sell-on clauses from Joe Mason and Conor Hourihane… Where has the money gone?” “We built a fence” comes the effortless reply as yet another dent appears on the boundary advertising.

Argyle is sitting a £4.1m loan to fix a grandstand up which it can’t use because Brent has piled in work that would normally be part of a routine maintenance programme with a massive, complicated, unfunded, controversial wider development scheme, that only makes sense as part of an even wider city-wide one, which is already 3 months behind schedule and for which many crucial documents have not even been properly registered, if they exist at all, yet. “He saved us!” comes the triumphant retort as yet another Duke cricket ball sails high and handsomely out of the ground and into a nearby river.

Which leaves Argyle where it is. Despite having failed to get Akkeron’s bid to redevelop our Civic Centre off the drawing board, despite having spunked many tax payers pounds up the wall as he failed to develop Oldway Mansion in Paignton, despite the original Higher Home Park scheme having collapsed and despite there being no good reasoning within the latest planning application for Higher Home Park’s next plan to be approved and despite virtually every business he gets involved with folding James Brent is still often referred to as a “successful business man” with bottom-of-the-league Argyle currently in crash-and-burn mode being the jewel in his crown and faith in his ability to deliver on anything he proposes barely worthy of question at all.

With “... but who else is there?” comes the nurdle around the corner that brings up the ton. A modest but aimless wander down the pitch, a bit of a trademark effete splutter, some vague but self-effacing and nonsensical gibberish to anybody still listening and the trusty Slazenger willow is used to prod down some pitch deflect unseen by the rest of us before being raised towards The Pavillions to the acclaim of… well, fewer and fewer people, really, as time goes by.

It’ll be a while until St James’s halo slips yet. It will though. Eventually as St James feasts on the heart that he has ripped out of the club and is pictured red-handed with blood-stained teeth and gore, having run down his chin ruining his best white Ben Sherman, the penny will drop as surely as Argyle will before May arrives.

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PostSubject: Re: St James   Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:00 pm

What will the jamboys do when it is revealed that Brent is not the messiah and just a very naughty boy?
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:11 pm

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What will the jamboys do when it is revealed that Brent is not the messiah and just a very naughty boy?

Well Webby isn’t interested any more, so that would leave Newell. Internet Ian has little else to do now apart from hanging around the HP gates hoping to be given errands to run. So revelling in internet controversy and shamelessly defending his Lord and Master is pretty much his whole life.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:13 pm

Internet Ian is disliked by many staff at Home Park - my friend works in the Club but I will not say what department because it will be easy to identify him. Suffice to say IJN is a laughing stock.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:35 am

Sir Francis Drake wrote:
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Extensive research by Pasoti’s top opinion manipulators has proven what we knew all along: James Brent’s green halo is yet to slip.

Many opinions are altering as the evidence mounts that James Brent has taken an unnecessarily indebted, asset-stripped and under-funded Argyle as far as he can as English football’s Plymouth Argyle sit bottom of the third tier with only 5 points with more than a quarter of a season gone. This however has been refuted by Pasoti’s crack team of moderators.

Accusations, supported by recently published accounts, that it is only Argyle that is actually trading profitably at present in Brent’s Akkeron empire are batted away with all the assurance of David Gower creaming a loosener from Liaqat Ali through the covers. “Without Mr Brent we woudn’t have a club” they say.

Even questions surrounding the potential whereabouts of the income from last season’s triumphant promotion campaign are avoided as easily as a John Emburey bouncer. “We had the best mean home attendances in years, featured twice in sell-out televised FA cup matches versus Liverpool, had transfer fee income rain in on us from Ben Purrington and Curtis Nelson and the sell-on clauses from Joe Mason and Conor Hourihane… Where has the money gone?” “We built a fence” comes the effortless reply as yet another dent appears on the boundary advertising.

Argyle is sitting a £4.1m loan to fix a grandstand up which it can’t use because Brent has piled in work that would normally be part of a routine maintenance programme with a massive, complicated, unfunded, controversial wider development scheme, that only makes sense as part of an even wider city-wide one, which is already 3 months behind schedule and for which many crucial documents have not even been properly registered, if they exist at all, yet. “He saved us!” comes the triumphant retort as yet another Duke cricket ball sails high and handsomely out of the ground and into a nearby river.

Which leaves Argyle where it is. Despite having failed to get Akkeron’s bid to redevelop our Civic Centre off the drawing board, despite having spunked many tax payers pounds up the wall as he failed to develop Oldway Mansion in Paignton, despite the original Higher Home Park scheme having collapsed and despite there being no good reasoning within the latest planning application for Higher Home Park’s next plan to be approved and despite virtually every business he gets involved with folding James Brent is still often referred to as a “successful business man” with bottom-of-the-league Argyle currently in crash-and-burn mode being the jewel in his crown and faith in his ability to deliver on anything he proposes barely worthy of question at all.

With “... but who else is there?” comes the nurdle around the corner that brings up the ton. A modest but aimless wander down the pitch, a bit of a trademark effete splutter, some vague but self-effacing and nonsensical gibberish to anybody still listening and the trusty Slazenger willow is used to prod down some pitch deflect unseen by the rest of us before being raised towards The Pavillions to the acclaim of… well, fewer and fewer people, really, as time goes by.

It’ll be a while until St James’s halo slips yet. It will though. Eventually as St James feasts on the heart that he has ripped out of the club and is pictured red-handed with blood-stained teeth and gore, having run down his chin ruining his best white Ben Sherman, the penny will drop as surely as Argyle will before May arrives.

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PostSubject: Re: St James   Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:27 am

Czarcasm wrote:
Cornish Rebel wrote:
What will the jamboys do when it is revealed that Brent is not the messiah and just a very naughty boy?

Well Webby isn’t interested any more, so that would leave Newell. Internet Ian has little else to do now apart from hanging around the HP gates hoping to be given errands to run. So revelling in internet controversy and shamelessly defending his Lord and Master is pretty much his whole life.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:22 am

Sir Francis Drake wrote:
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Extensive research by Pasoti’s top opinion manipulators has proven what we knew all along: James Brent’s green halo is yet to slip.

Many opinions are altering as the evidence mounts that James Brent has taken an unnecessarily indebted, asset-stripped and under-funded Argyle as far as he can as English football’s Plymouth Argyle sit bottom of the third tier with only 5 points with more than a quarter of a season gone. This however has been refuted by Pasoti’s crack team of moderators.

Accusations, supported by recently published accounts, that it is only Argyle that is actually trading profitably at present in Brent’s Akkeron empire are batted away with all the assurance of David Gower creaming a loosener from Liaqat Ali through the covers. “Without Mr Brent we woudn’t have a club” they say.

Even questions surrounding the potential whereabouts of the income from last season’s triumphant promotion campaign are avoided as easily as a John Emburey bouncer. “We had the best mean home attendances in years, featured twice in sell-out televised FA cup matches versus Liverpool, had transfer fee income rain in on us from Ben Purrington and Curtis Nelson and the sell-on clauses from Joe Mason and Conor Hourihane… Where has the money gone?” “We built a fence” comes the effortless reply as yet another dent appears on the boundary advertising.

Argyle is sitting a £4.1m loan to fix a grandstand up which it can’t use because Brent has piled in work that would normally be part of a routine maintenance programme with a massive, complicated, unfunded, controversial wider development scheme, that only makes sense as part of an even wider city-wide one, which is already 3 months behind schedule and for which many crucial documents have not even been properly registered, if they exist at all, yet. “He saved us!” comes the triumphant retort as yet another Duke cricket ball sails high and handsomely out of the ground and into a nearby river.

Which leaves Argyle where it is. Despite having failed to get Akkeron’s bid to redevelop our Civic Centre off the drawing board, despite having spunked many tax payers pounds up the wall as he failed to develop Oldway Mansion in Paignton, despite the original Higher Home Park scheme having collapsed and despite there being no good reasoning within the latest planning application for Higher Home Park’s next plan to be approved and despite virtually every business he gets involved with folding James Brent is still often referred to as a “successful business man” with bottom-of-the-league Argyle currently in crash-and-burn mode being the jewel in his crown and faith in his ability to deliver on anything he proposes barely worthy of question at all.

With “... but who else is there?” comes the nurdle around the corner that brings up the ton. A modest but aimless wander down the pitch, a bit of a trademark effete splutter, some vague but self-effacing and nonsensical gibberish to anybody still listening and the trusty Slazenger willow is used to prod down some pitch deflect unseen by the rest of us before being raised towards The Pavillions to the acclaim of… well, fewer and fewer people, really, as time goes by.

It’ll be a while until St James’s halo slips yet. It will though. Eventually as St James feasts on the heart that he has ripped out of the club and is pictured red-handed with blood-stained teeth and gore, having run down his chin ruining his best white Ben Sherman, the penny will drop as surely as Argyle will before May arrives.

cheers The minute that the Windsor Boys gave him their seal of approval, it was clear he was a user and couldn't believe his luck. Useful idiots in keeping the largely dimwitted fanbase onside, marginalising dissenting voices and by encouraging other bucket rattling wannabes they affectively have drawn an Aviva shield around their hero and AAA passes provider. Getting the local rag in compliant mode is almost certainly inevitably jobs for the boys......and girls.
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PostSubject: Re: St James   Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:34 pm

I don't have an account on the farm but I've popped round the shop and bought loads of popcorn. Now, can someone who has an account just plonk the OP on the correct thread on the farm - then time how long it stays there. :pighug:
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