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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 1:46 pm

Earwegoagain wrote:
Nool breaks silence on the rumour that Brent has run out of money and ideas and couldn't run a piss up in a brewery,


'I suppose the problem is these 'rumours' created by the same old same old, come every single week.

I saw a screenshot of a comment from Freak Hat last week where a 'new' poster (Thomas again, this time nicking a name from a little known actor) was saying that JB was being booted out by Simon Hallett.
(Name and shame with no right of reply again)

So, has PAFC got to answer the rubbish each time?
(haven't answered it the first time)

According to some of the them, I've been locked up at least twenty times this year alone.

(You haven't but you should have)

Twenty of thirty 'special people' should not dictate a club's communication levels should they!'
(but its okay for you is it ?)

FYI feck off Nool,


Locked up twenty times this year? That's a new one on me. He's gonna blow!
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 1:52 pm

its back....


PROJECT Manager Jon Back returns with another blog on the ever-changing face of Home Park.

IT has certainly been a hectic couple of weeks since I last wrote.

With the players and management back from their summer recess, a welcome buzz returns to Home Park - although I must say that the logistics of keeping the stadium operational, whilst keeping everyone safe and protected from the building works, is rather testing at times.

Place on top of that the arrangements needed for pre-season friendlies; our journey back to Delden; the huge admin challenge that player-signings and new kits bring; the ongoing preparation of the stadium and our three playing surfaces. It is fair to say that some of the Argyle staff have not been able to enjoy any of the sun that has been scorching our newly laid turf in recent weeks.

Incidentally, just in case you were not aware, we have three webcams with Home Park, which we will be relocating from time to time during the build, which you can view by clicking here.

At the Theatre of Greens, extensive ground works have continued. The site of the old Far Post Club is now nearing the exact levels required for our new supporters’ bar. Mains services, laid an age ago, behind our main façade – notably gas & water – have caused some considerable head scratching. Nothing we’ve been unable to resolve though.

This week has also seen our new match-day control room brought to site. This building – a more basic version of the hi-tec modular constructions that will form our new club shop and ticket office – provides a near-perfect workspace. It is a great, self-contained and secure office, and now sits resplendent in green and white in the corner between the Devonport end & Mayflower terrace.

This control room has to have excellent lines of sight; its new location allows us to work on other parts of the ground. It has been purposefully sited in a position to enable it to be moved in the future, when the corner(s) of the stadium are developed.

I often get asked about what exactly the control room does, who uses it, etc., so I thought we could look at that in a bit more detail.

One of the outcomes that arose from the Hillsborough tragedy was that safety at football stadiums became the responsibility of the club, not the police. This means that event planning, management, staffing, and any response to disorder and safety issues lies with the club in the first instance, with established protocols in place for police intervention when required.

The safety licence under which the stadium operates covers all operational plans, CCTV requirements, PA systems, and so forth, and is issued locally by the council. It guides what we do and how we do it.

There are two bodies that oversee these issues: the national Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) – the government’s expert body on safety at sports grounds; and the local Safety Advisory Group (SAG), which is made up of senior people from the council, the police, the fire & ambulance services, plus others.

Together, these bodies ensure that regulations and guidance are adhered to, and that the more specific requirements of the local safety licence are fully met. From personal experience, I can assure you that they provide rigorous, robust tests and challenge to what we do, to help ensure that together, we keep people safe when they are at Home Park.

On match-days, the control room is the place where all of this is managed. We employ a large safety team who are in full control of each ‘event’. This team includes a fully qualified and experienced match-day Safety Officer – effectively a regulatory position who is in charge of proceedings; a deputy; trained CCTV operators; a medical team and scores more.

The control room is from where the Safety Officer and (in our case) his team work from, operating the radio systems, CCTV & emergency PA, among many other tasks. The control room is also where senior and specialist members of the emergency services operate from; the amount of police offers present in the ground varying according to the perceived level of threat from match to match.

Contrary to rumours, it is neither where Pilgrim Pete changes, nor from where Semper is played!

Looking to the future, we have now laid the foundations for our new shop and ticket office, and we are looking forward to seeing those buildings brought to Plymouth over the next couple of weeks, where they will be installed behind our famous old façade. These buildings will take around eight weeks from installation to being open for use – I don’t know about you, but we can’t wait!

As many of you will have seen, the old façade was in a perilous condition and we have had to work hard to stabilise and secure it for the future. Large brick pillars have been constructed behind it, which have been ‘tied’ to the old wall. Currently these ties look a touch unsightly, but we will be tidying them up over the coming weeks.

Personally, I am really looking forward to seeing how the new buildings will complement the art deco main entrance – I think it’s going to be a real signature piece of our stadium.

So, that is all for now. I will be back in a couple of weeks when I will be able to report upon the progress of the new shop and ticket office, as it’s coming home. Well to Home Park anyway. Too soon?

Keep it Green.

JB
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 2:37 pm

So no mention of the cancellation (or is it postponement) of the Fans Forum or when the questions will be answered as was promised. Or indeed no attempt made to put our minds to rest that the drainage issue is just a blip and nothing more serious.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 2:40 pm

I've read and re-read Backs hastily knocked off 'blog' and I can't find a single reference to the Grandstand.

Obviously Newell is fretting that the moderates are getting restless, ironic in that rather than 20 or 30 people dictating the clubs communication levels,its one on this occasion.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 2:45 pm

No main contractor appointed, no start date for the refurb? He can spin three brickies and a labourer all he likes there's next to feck all going on.
When's Brent leaving?
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:11 pm

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No main contractor appointed, no start date for the refurb? He can spin three brickies and a labourer all he likes there's next to feck all going on.
When's Brent leaving?

Can someone catch me up on this pm or screenshot is about they are mentioning on freechat and nool on the farm,please

Is brent actually close to leaving or not,
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:44 pm

Looking like it could be more hot air or Jimmy is just refusing to budge and will let the refurb sit on ice until we get another good cup run or have a decent player value uplift. Nool knows but he's gagged.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:02 pm

Or PCC make some money available out of their windfall towards the drainage blip.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:05 pm

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Or PCC make some money available out of their windfall towards the drainage blip.

Don't live in Plymouth but hasn't the guy bent mugged off , to buy the pavilions for £1 , been elected again,

would be political suicide to get mugged off by bent again wouldn't it ?
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:14 pm

Earwegoagain wrote:
Nool breaks silence on the rumour that Brent has run out of money and ideas and couldn't run a piss up in a brewery,


'I suppose the problem is these 'rumours' created by the same old same old, come every single week.

I saw a screenshot of a comment from Freak Hat last week where a 'new' poster (Thomas again, this time nicking a name from a little known actor) was saying that JB was being booted out by Simon Hallett.

So, has PAFC got to answer the rubbish each time?

According to some of the them, I've been locked up at least twenty times this year alone.

Twenty of thirty 'special people' should not dictate a club's communication levels should they!'


Locked up twenty times this year? That's a new one on me. He's gonna blow!

Anyone have the slightest clue what hes banging on about me and little known actors on freak hat which I'm guessing is that deluded facebook group with 6700 members ehhh Newell. If anyone has the slightest what the cancerous slug is referring to bang it up here please
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:17 pm

Our esteemed project manager speaks.............no mention of drainage problems though!

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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:37 pm

harvetheslayer wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Nool breaks silence on the rumour that Brent has run out of money and ideas and couldn't run a piss up in a brewery,


'I suppose the problem is these 'rumours' created by the same old same old, come every single week.

I saw a screenshot of a comment from Freak Hat last week where a 'new' poster (Thomas again, this time nicking a name from a little known actor) was saying that JB was being booted out by Simon Hallett.

So, has PAFC got to answer the rubbish each time?

According to some of the them, I've been locked up at least twenty times this year alone.

Twenty of thirty 'special people' should not dictate a club's communication levels should they!'


Locked up twenty times this year? That's a new one on me. He's gonna blow!

Anyone have the slightest clue what hes banging on about me and little known actors on freak hat which I'm guessing is that deluded facebook group with 6700 members ehhh Newell. If anyone has the slightest what the cancerous slug is referring to bang it up here please

He's also banging on about the honeypot sting again but making out he was the victim and arrested for it, not that it was him who instigated it Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:38 pm

You reckon its remotely possible that our countdown up clock could actually break 365 days.. ld
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:40 pm

Yea Man wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Nool breaks silence on the rumour that Brent has run out of money and ideas and couldn't run a piss up in a brewery,


'I suppose the problem is these 'rumours' created by the same old same old, come every single week.

I saw a screenshot of a comment from Freak Hat last week where a 'new' poster (Thomas again, this time nicking a name from a little known actor) was saying that JB was being booted out by Simon Hallett.

So, has PAFC got to answer the rubbish each time?

According to some of the them, I've been locked up at least twenty times this year alone.

Twenty of thirty 'special people' should not dictate a club's communication levels should they!'


Locked up twenty times this year? That's a new one on me. He's gonna blow!

Anyone have the slightest clue what hes banging on about me and little known actors on freak hat which I'm guessing is that deluded facebook group with 6700 members ehhh Newell. If anyone has the slightest what the cancerous slug is referring to bang it up here please

He's also banging on about the honeypot sting again but making out he was the victim and arrested for it, not that it was him who instigated it Laughing

He's clearly forgotten that the guy who Newell did it to is not to be messed with and a sight bigger then me on a sunny day

Christ even Graham Clark is getting savaged by that cretin Daz now

"No, it really doesn’t. Graham is one of the biggest ‘players to the crowd’ I’ve ever come across. He knows his stuff on developments, but he is a property developer (they’re all evil by the way aren’t they?) so he would know full well the issues that large projects come up with . He would post on here to question when he could have picked up the phone and asked the exact same questions and then told everyone the full facts.

Yes he would you twat Daz but unlike your Guvnor Graham Clark wouldn't have sat on the condition since December 2017 hoping it would go away.....Wanker
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:03 pm

harvetheslayer wrote:
Yea Man wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Nool breaks silence on the rumour that Brent has run out of money and ideas and couldn't run a piss up in a brewery,


'I suppose the problem is these 'rumours' created by the same old same old, come every single week.

I saw a screenshot of a comment from Freak Hat last week where a 'new' poster (Thomas again, this time nicking a name from a little known actor) was saying that JB was being booted out by Simon Hallett.

So, has PAFC got to answer the rubbish each time?

According to some of the them, I've been locked up at least twenty times this year alone.

Twenty of thirty 'special people' should not dictate a club's communication levels should they!'


Locked up twenty times this year? That's a new one on me. He's gonna blow!

Anyone have the slightest clue what hes banging on about me and little known actors on freak hat which I'm guessing is that deluded facebook group with 6700 members ehhh Newell. If anyone has the slightest what the cancerous slug is referring to bang it up here please

He's also banging on about the honeypot sting again but making out he was the victim and arrested for it, not that it was him who instigated it Laughing

He's clearly forgotten that the guy who Newell did it to is not to be messed with and a sight bigger then me on a sunny day

Christ even Graham Clark is getting savaged by that cretin Daz now

Hasn't Daz got some more testimonials to film from people who haven't actually moved house in years?
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:16 pm

Hi  Graham I see they are talking about you on the farm again, could you give us a run down about the drainage?

Quote  Hubble wrote:
I'm sure any problems will be sorted out swiftly, just sounds like typical building/planning issues. It's times like this that this forum misses the sensible and well informed posts from Graham Clarke.

Daz wrote

No, it really doesn’t. Graham is one of the biggest ‘players to the crowd’ I’ve ever come across. He knows his stuff on developments, but he is a property developer (they’re all evil by the way aren’t they?) so he would know full well the issues that large projects come up with. He would post on here to question when he could have picked up the phone and asked the exact same questions and then told everyone the full facts.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:28 pm

I've met Daz. Suffice to say it was a beautiful moment. He ended up totally embarrassing himself in front of a group of his friends and walking away. As one might expect... A total coward face to face.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 6:09 pm

Earwegoagain wrote:
No main contractor appointed, no start date for the refurb? He can spin three brickies and a labourer all he likes there's next to feck all going on.
When's Brent leaving?
cheers cheers cheers  The Mankovers been a fookin disaster and a masterclass in the Smoke and mirrors tactic used by Jimmy since he reluctantly saved the club lol! lol!  fvck all has happened and with perfect weather for cracking on it just highlights it even more this joke of a project ( Bungo's last one as project manager forshore) its Oldway mk2 for comedy jim, he wont finish it, now we wait and see if Community Si will?
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 7:15 pm

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I saw a screenshot of a comment from Freak Hat last week where a 'new' poster (Thomas again, this time nicking a name from a little known actor) was saying that JB was being booted out by Simon Hallett.


SA

Have sat all afternoon searching for what ever that thick Cvnt Newell was on about with reference to above. Gone back and back through threads until I come to one started on 9th July which fits the bill perfectly....

Am looking at the posters name and am thinking of Scum the movie and one of the lead actors who refused to eat meat or wear leather shoes.

You thick fat twat Newell the little known actor who you mention above was called Mick Ford and not Mike Ford who started the thread   ld  ld

You're a grade A roaster Newell
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:36 pm

Where is the third webcam? is it watching the Mayflower development?


Incidentally, just in case you were not aware, we have three webcams with Home Park, which we will be relocating from time to time during the build, which you can view by clicking here.

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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:41 pm

Jon Back wrote:


Looking to the future, we have now laid the foundations for our new shop and ticket office, and we are looking forward to seeing those buildings brought to Plymouth over the next couple of weeks, where they will be installed behind our famous old façade.  These buildings will take around eight weeks from installation to being open for use – I don’t know about you, but we can’t wait!


The season starts at Home Park in four weeks - what are they going to do about the business of tickets without a ticket office?

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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:45 pm

THe old one is still open.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:20 pm

Well, that solves that problem.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:36 pm

Jethro wrote:
its back....


PROJECT Manager Jon Back returns with another blog on the ever-changing face of Home Park.

IT has certainly been a hectic couple of weeks since I last wrote.

With the players and management back from their summer recess, a welcome buzz returns to Home Park - although I must say that the logistics of keeping the stadium operational, whilst keeping everyone safe and protected from the building works, is rather testing at times.

Place on top of that the arrangements needed for pre-season friendlies; our journey back to Delden; the huge admin challenge that player-signings and new kits bring; the ongoing preparation of the stadium and our three playing surfaces. It is fair to say that some of the Argyle staff have not been able to enjoy any of the sun that has been scorching our newly laid turf in recent weeks.

Incidentally, just in case you were not aware, we have three webcams with Home Park, which we will be relocating from time to time during the build, which you can view by clicking here.

At the Theatre of Greens, extensive ground works have continued.  The site of the old Far Post Club is now nearing the exact levels required for our new supporters’ bar. Mains services, laid an age ago, behind our main façade – notably gas & water – have caused some considerable head scratching. Nothing we’ve been unable to resolve though.

This week has also seen our new match-day control room brought to site.  This building – a more basic version of the hi-tec modular constructions that will form our new club shop and ticket office – provides a near-perfect workspace. It is a great, self-contained and secure office, and now sits resplendent in green and white in the corner between the Devonport end & Mayflower terrace.  

This control room has to have excellent lines of sight; its new location allows us to work on other parts of the ground.  It has been purposefully sited in a position to enable it to be moved in the future, when the corner(s) of the stadium are developed.

I often get asked about what exactly the control room does, who uses it, etc., so I thought we could look at that in a bit more detail.

One of the outcomes that arose from the Hillsborough tragedy was that safety at football stadiums became the responsibility of the club, not the police. This means that event planning, management, staffing, and any response to disorder and safety issues lies with the club in the first instance, with established protocols in place for police intervention when required.

The safety licence under which the stadium operates covers all operational plans, CCTV requirements, PA systems, and so forth, and is issued locally by the council.  It guides what we do and how we do it.

There are two bodies that oversee these issues: the national Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) – the government’s expert body on safety at sports grounds; and the local Safety Advisory Group (SAG), which is made up of senior people from the council, the police, the fire & ambulance services, plus others.

Together, these bodies ensure that regulations and guidance are adhered to, and that the more specific requirements of the local safety licence are fully met.  From personal experience, I can assure you that they provide rigorous, robust tests and challenge to what we do, to help ensure that together, we keep people safe when they are at Home Park.

On match-days, the control room is the place where all of this is managed.  We employ a large safety team who are in full control of each ‘event’. This team includes a fully qualified and experienced match-day Safety Officer – effectively a regulatory position who is in charge of proceedings; a deputy; trained CCTV operators; a medical team and scores more.

The control room is from where the Safety Officer and (in our case) his team work from, operating the radio systems, CCTV & emergency PA, among many other tasks. The control room is also where senior and specialist members of the emergency services operate from; the amount of police offers present in the ground varying according to the perceived level of threat from match to match.

Contrary to rumours, it is neither where Pilgrim Pete changes, nor from where Semper is played!

Looking to the future, we have now laid the foundations for our new shop and ticket office, and we are looking forward to seeing those buildings brought to Plymouth over the next couple of weeks, where they will be installed behind our famous old façade.  These buildings will take around eight weeks from installation to being open for use – I don’t know about you, but we can’t wait!

As many of you will have seen, the old façade was in a perilous condition and we have had to work hard to stabilise and secure it for the future.  Large brick pillars have been constructed behind it, which have been ‘tied’ to the old wall.  Currently these ties look a touch unsightly, but we will be tidying them up over the coming weeks.

Personally, I am really looking forward to seeing how the new buildings will complement the art deco main entrance – I think it’s going to be a real signature piece of our stadium.

So, that is all for now. I will be back in a couple of weeks when I will be able to report upon the progress of the new shop and ticket office, as it’s coming home. Well to Home Park anyway. Too soon?

Keep it Green.

JB
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PostSubject: Re: The Mankover all action Thread.   Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:46 pm

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