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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyWed Aug 21, 2019 1:20 pm

Jethro wrote:
VillageGreen wrote:
Jethro wrote:
End product is missing, hopefully this loan Lowe was talking about pre game is a striker, we are missing Moore and Grant, Taylor isn't cutting it,


I agree about Taylor.

As I said about Taylor earlier if we are lumping it to him with his back to goal to hold it up , he is perfect.

But playing into his feet and needing him facing goal to run on to balls.

He's not that kind of player ,

He's not scored in over a year and doesn't seem to fit Lowe's system ,

Else he would have played ahead of grant and Moore.

Not calling him out for being shit just that he's a square peg for a round hole.


Lowe has been praising him in the local rag, so he must see something in him.

Had Argyle had that cutting edge something I think they could have won the game, it will come eventually no doubt. It is still a work in progress at the end of the day.

Need to beat Walsall on Saturday me thinks.

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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyWed Aug 21, 2019 2:10 pm

Jethro wrote:
VillageGreen wrote:
Jethro wrote:
End product is missing, hopefully this loan Lowe was talking about pre game is a striker, we are missing Moore and Grant, Taylor isn't cutting it,


I agree about Taylor.

As I said about Taylor earlier if we are lumping it to him with his back to goal to hold it up , he is perfect.

But playing into his feet and needing him facing goal to run on to balls.

He's not that kind of player ,

He's not scored in over a year and doesn't seem to fit Lowe's system ,

Else he would have played ahead of grant and Moore.

Not calling him out for being shit just that he's a square peg for a round hole.
longer than a year he ain’t found the net they were saying on Radio Devon it’s more like 18 months
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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyWed Aug 21, 2019 3:19 pm

Moore should be back for Walsall but still we need back up just in case and Taylor isn't it
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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyWed Aug 21, 2019 5:46 pm

Rickler wrote:
Angry wrote:
i seriously want to speak to whomever is incharge of the stewards as tonight was abysmal in my block. So much so i feel the need to become an aviva lol

in jist two guys standing in the stariway no intention of sitting in their seats that werent near the stairs the steward stared at them all first half yet didnt bother to go up and tell them to sit YET an old lady stood up for the corner like everyone else does and the steward came running up to give her a bollocking for it then proceded to ignore the two guys blocking the stairway and started on a young teen who was doing anything to warrant the telling off. more to it of course but im saving that fot the email once i find out who i speak too.

As for the game itself we played going forward still shakey at the back mayor's goal was sublime a must see guys. we are doing well this team just lacks the final pieces but once it clicks we will be on fire. Taylor wasnt good at all tonigt. the flag looked shit in the devonport end and salford look a good team that can go places too. overall i think a draw is a fair result.

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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyWed Aug 21, 2019 5:50 pm

Angry wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Angry wrote:
i seriously want to speak to whomever is incharge of the stewards as tonight was abysmal in my block. So much so i feel the need to become an aviva lol

in jist two guys standing in the stariway no intention of sitting in their seats that werent near the stairs the steward stared at them all first half yet didnt bother to go up and tell them to sit YET an old lady stood up for the corner like everyone else does and the steward came running up to give her a bollocking for it then proceded to ignore the two guys blocking the stairway and started on a young teen who was doing anything to warrant the telling off. more to it of course but im saving that fot the email once i find out who i speak too.

As for the game itself we played going forward still shakey at the back mayor's goal was sublime a must see guys. we are doing well this team just lacks the final pieces but once it clicks we will be on fire. Taylor wasnt good at all tonigt. the flag looked shit in the devonport end and salford look a good team that can go places too. overall i think a draw is a fair result.

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My pleasure.

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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyWed Aug 21, 2019 6:01 pm

Hugh Watt wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
A few points....

11,405 attendance. There are 12,600 seats in the horseshoe. If Argyle refuse to use all seats available to them and declare we are ‘sold out’ when there are evidently only going to be a hundred or so away fans, then that is a ‘Brentist’ way of going about stadium management and it needs to be addressed because you don’t need hundreds of empty buffers segregation seats if you stadium manage efficiently and professionally.

On to the game. We are still hopelessly weak defensively. Aimson and the young Chelsea lad need to be slotted in tout suite as soon as they are ready. It’s also all very well to complete 15,000,000 passes during a game and having about 80% possession,  but if you are going to keep passing sideways in front of the opposing defence without penetrating it nearly as often as you should, then that needs to be addressed.

Lowes obvious instructions to not pump crosses high into the box mean that Ryan Taylor’s future prospects look bleak under the preferred system.

Without doubt the pass pass pass nature of Lowes system means it’s so much easier on the eye than an Adams one. But there are quite a few creases to be ironed out, foreshore.

Can anyone explain why Bungo is still head of operations, when all the previous deadwood has been cleared and it is patently obvious how woefully out his depth he is? Once again with a higher than normal attendance, only a handful of turnstiles are open and 5 minutes into the game punters are still taking their seats

Does this problem fall under JB's jurisdiction? Hard to tell from this page where Jon Back's responsibilities end, and those of "Trevor Richards" take over?

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It will be interesting to see what happens to Jon Back when the redevelopment is finished - is there enough work for both him and TR?
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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyWed Aug 21, 2019 6:38 pm

Rickler wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
A few points....

11,405 attendance. There are 12,600 seats in the horseshoe. If Argyle refuse to use all seats available to them and declare we are ‘sold out’ when there are evidently only going to be a hundred or so away fans, then that is a ‘Brentist’ way of going about stadium management and it needs to be addressed because you don’t need hundreds of empty buffers segregation seats if you stadium manage efficiently and professionally.

On to the game. We are still hopelessly weak defensively. Aimson and the young Chelsea lad need to be slotted in tout suite as soon as they are ready. It’s also all very well to complete 15,000,000 passes during a game and having about 80% possession,  but if you are going to keep passing sideways in front of the opposing defence without penetrating it nearly as often as you should, then that needs to be addressed.

Lowes obvious instructions to not pump crosses high into the box mean that Ryan Taylor’s future prospects look bleak under the preferred system.

Without doubt the pass pass pass nature of Lowes system means it’s so much easier on the eye than an Adams one. But there are quite a few creases to be ironed out, foreshore.

Can anyone explain why Bungo is still head of operations, when all the previous deadwood has been cleared and it is patently obvious how woefully out his depth he is? Once again with a higher than normal attendance, only a handful of turnstiles are open and 5 minutes into the game punters are still taking their seats

Does this problem fall under JB's jurisdiction? Hard to tell from this page where Jon Back's responsibilities end, and those of "Trevor Richards" take over?

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Zac Newton – Club Secretary/Head of Inclusion - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
James Greenacre – Head of Commercial Operations - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Rick Cowdery – Head of Communications/Supporter Liaison Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jamie Yabsley – Head of Marketing - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Christian Kent – Head of Conferencing and Events - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jon Back – Head of Stadium Redevelopment (Operations) - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Trevor Richards – Head of Stadium/Facilities - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]


It will be interesting to see what happens to Jon Back when the redevelopment is finished - is there enough work for both him and TR?
turns his hand to many things Argyle wise proberly turn up as head cloak room attendant for the pioneer club or man a potd turnstile Very Happy
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Couple of points:

We would have lost that match last year.
Lowe’s style of play is such a contrast to Adams’, we only drew but the game and atmosphere was brilliant.
First choice strikers are out injured, I think we would have won that game with one of those fit.
Ryan Taylor not suited to Lowe’s style.
Lowe’s style of play will at times leave our defence a bit open.
A commanding CH is necessary.
An additional striker is required.
Wouldn’t be surprised to see Lolos start on Saturday.
Definitely a work in progress, looking forward to the rest of the season
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All the defence is shite.
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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyThu Aug 22, 2019 8:54 am

Rickler wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
A few points....

11,405 attendance. There are 12,600 seats in the horseshoe. If Argyle refuse to use all seats available to them and declare we are ‘sold out’ when there are evidently only going to be a hundred or so away fans, then that is a ‘Brentist’ way of going about stadium management and it needs to be addressed because you don’t need hundreds of empty buffers segregation seats if you stadium manage efficiently and professionally.

On to the game. We are still hopelessly weak defensively. Aimson and the young Chelsea lad need to be slotted in tout suite as soon as they are ready. It’s also all very well to complete 15,000,000 passes during a game and having about 80% possession,  but if you are going to keep passing sideways in front of the opposing defence without penetrating it nearly as often as you should, then that needs to be addressed.

Lowes obvious instructions to not pump crosses high into the box mean that Ryan Taylor’s future prospects look bleak under the preferred system.

Without doubt the pass pass pass nature of Lowes system means it’s so much easier on the eye than an Adams one. But there are quite a few creases to be ironed out, foreshore.

Can anyone explain why Bungo is still head of operations, when all the previous deadwood has been cleared and it is patently obvious how woefully out his depth he is? Once again with a higher than normal attendance, only a handful of turnstiles are open and 5 minutes into the game punters are still taking their seats

Does this problem fall under JB's jurisdiction? Hard to tell from this page where Jon Back's responsibilities end, and those of "Trevor Richards" take over?

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Andrew Parkinson – Chief Executive/Senior Safeguarding Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Zac Newton – Club Secretary/Head of Inclusion - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
James Greenacre – Head of Commercial Operations - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Rick Cowdery – Head of Communications/Supporter Liaison Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jamie Yabsley – Head of Marketing - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Christian Kent – Head of Conferencing and Events - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jon Back – Head of Stadium Redevelopment (Operations) - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Trevor Richards – Head of Stadium/Facilities - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]


It will be interesting to see what happens to Jon Back when the redevelopment is finished - is there enough work for both him and TR?

He describes himself as head of operations on his twitter account bio and he seems to have appointed himself as the guardian against persistent standing. He doesn't seem to have wwatched a game outside of corporate.

This is clearly the work of such a dullard

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No evidence to support the statement that many of the 1800 injuries were caused as a result of this.

Which links to Gaffers spurious claim that the atmosphere was excellent, most people I know that went said the atmosphere was shit due in no small part to Stewards wading in every 5 minutes to enforce this pettiness.
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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyThu Aug 22, 2019 11:01 am

Hugh Watt wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
A few points....

11,405 attendance. There are 12,600 seats in the horseshoe. If Argyle refuse to use all seats available to them and declare we are ‘sold out’ when there are evidently only going to be a hundred or so away fans, then that is a ‘Brentist’ way of going about stadium management and it needs to be addressed because you don’t need hundreds of empty buffers segregation seats if you stadium manage efficiently and professionally.

On to the game. We are still hopelessly weak defensively. Aimson and the young Chelsea lad need to be slotted in tout suite as soon as they are ready. It’s also all very well to complete 15,000,000 passes during a game and having about 80% possession,  but if you are going to keep passing sideways in front of the opposing defence without penetrating it nearly as often as you should, then that needs to be addressed.

Lowes obvious instructions to not pump crosses high into the box mean that Ryan Taylor’s future prospects look bleak under the preferred system.

Without doubt the pass pass pass nature of Lowes system means it’s so much easier on the eye than an Adams one. But there are quite a few creases to be ironed out, foreshore.

Can anyone explain why Bungo is still head of operations, when all the previous deadwood has been cleared and it is patently obvious how woefully out his depth he is? Once again with a higher than normal attendance, only a handful of turnstiles are open and 5 minutes into the game punters are still taking their seats

Does this problem fall under JB's jurisdiction? Hard to tell from this page where Jon Back's responsibilities end, and those of "Trevor Richards" take over?

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Andrew Parkinson – Chief Executive/Senior Safeguarding Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Zac Newton – Club Secretary/Head of Inclusion - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
James Greenacre – Head of Commercial Operations - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Rick Cowdery – Head of Communications/Supporter Liaison Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jamie Yabsley – Head of Marketing - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Christian Kent – Head of Conferencing and Events - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jon Back – Head of Stadium Redevelopment (Operations) - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Trevor Richards – Head of Stadium/Facilities - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]


It will be interesting to see what happens to Jon Back when the redevelopment is finished - is there enough work for both him and TR?

He describes himself as head of operations on his twitter account bio and he seems to have appointed himself as the guardian against persistent standing. He doesn't seem to have wwatched a game outside of corporate.

This is clearly the work of such a dullard

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

No evidence to support the statement that many of the 1800 injuries were caused as a result of this.

Which links to Gaffers spurious claim that the atmosphere was excellent, most people I know that went said the atmosphere was shit due in no small part to Stewards wading in every 5 minutes to enforce this pettiness.



They are having a right old moan about standing over the road there, as the rumour is that some fans have had season tickets/membership blocked. Many are saying they can't wait until the Grandstand is open so that all those who have moved over during the refurb, go back.

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I hate sitting down at football matches but, the rules is the rules and sit I do, unless Argyle score a goal etc-etc.

In the Lyndhurst - Block 15 - on Tuesday evening the stewards were involved in lengthy discussions with a few who were standing and one who had complained about the standing.
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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyThu Aug 22, 2019 12:33 pm

VillageGreen wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
A few points....

11,405 attendance. There are 12,600 seats in the horseshoe. If Argyle refuse to use all seats available to them and declare we are ‘sold out’ when there are evidently only going to be a hundred or so away fans, then that is a ‘Brentist’ way of going about stadium management and it needs to be addressed because you don’t need hundreds of empty buffers segregation seats if you stadium manage efficiently and professionally.

On to the game. We are still hopelessly weak defensively. Aimson and the young Chelsea lad need to be slotted in tout suite as soon as they are ready. It’s also all very well to complete 15,000,000 passes during a game and having about 80% possession,  but if you are going to keep passing sideways in front of the opposing defence without penetrating it nearly as often as you should, then that needs to be addressed.

Lowes obvious instructions to not pump crosses high into the box mean that Ryan Taylor’s future prospects look bleak under the preferred system.

Without doubt the pass pass pass nature of Lowes system means it’s so much easier on the eye than an Adams one. But there are quite a few creases to be ironed out, foreshore.

Can anyone explain why Bungo is still head of operations, when all the previous deadwood has been cleared and it is patently obvious how woefully out his depth he is? Once again with a higher than normal attendance, only a handful of turnstiles are open and 5 minutes into the game punters are still taking their seats

Does this problem fall under JB's jurisdiction? Hard to tell from this page where Jon Back's responsibilities end, and those of "Trevor Richards" take over?

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Andrew Parkinson – Chief Executive/Senior Safeguarding Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Zac Newton – Club Secretary/Head of Inclusion - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
James Greenacre – Head of Commercial Operations - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Rick Cowdery – Head of Communications/Supporter Liaison Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jamie Yabsley – Head of Marketing - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Christian Kent – Head of Conferencing and Events - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jon Back – Head of Stadium Redevelopment (Operations) - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Trevor Richards – Head of Stadium/Facilities - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]


It will be interesting to see what happens to Jon Back when the redevelopment is finished - is there enough work for both him and TR?

He describes himself as head of operations on his twitter account bio and he seems to have appointed himself as the guardian against persistent standing. He doesn't seem to have wwatched a game outside of corporate.

This is clearly the work of such a dullard

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

No evidence to support the statement that many of the 1800 injuries were caused as a result of this.

Which links to Gaffers spurious claim that the atmosphere was excellent, most people I know that went said the atmosphere was shit due in no small part to Stewards wading in every 5 minutes to enforce this pettiness.



They are having a right old moan about standing over the road there, as the rumour is that some fans have had season tickets/membership blocked. Many are saying they can't wait until the Grandstand is open so that all those who have moved over during the refurb, go back.

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

I hate sitting down at football matches but, the rules is the rules and sit I do, unless Argyle score a goal etc-etc.

In the Lyndhurst - Block 15 - on Tuesday evening the stewards were involved in lengthy discussions with a few who were standing and one who had complained about the standing.

Have any other clubs said anything about standing or is it only us ?
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PostSubject: Re: Salford City ticket and Match news   Salford City  ticket and Match news - Page 4 EmptyThu Aug 22, 2019 12:53 pm

Jethro wrote:
VillageGreen wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
A few points....

11,405 attendance. There are 12,600 seats in the horseshoe. If Argyle refuse to use all seats available to them and declare we are ‘sold out’ when there are evidently only going to be a hundred or so away fans, then that is a ‘Brentist’ way of going about stadium management and it needs to be addressed because you don’t need hundreds of empty buffers segregation seats if you stadium manage efficiently and professionally.

On to the game. We are still hopelessly weak defensively. Aimson and the young Chelsea lad need to be slotted in tout suite as soon as they are ready. It’s also all very well to complete 15,000,000 passes during a game and having about 80% possession,  but if you are going to keep passing sideways in front of the opposing defence without penetrating it nearly as often as you should, then that needs to be addressed.

Lowes obvious instructions to not pump crosses high into the box mean that Ryan Taylor’s future prospects look bleak under the preferred system.

Without doubt the pass pass pass nature of Lowes system means it’s so much easier on the eye than an Adams one. But there are quite a few creases to be ironed out, foreshore.

Can anyone explain why Bungo is still head of operations, when all the previous deadwood has been cleared and it is patently obvious how woefully out his depth he is? Once again with a higher than normal attendance, only a handful of turnstiles are open and 5 minutes into the game punters are still taking their seats

Does this problem fall under JB's jurisdiction? Hard to tell from this page where Jon Back's responsibilities end, and those of "Trevor Richards" take over?

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Andrew Parkinson – Chief Executive/Senior Safeguarding Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Zac Newton – Club Secretary/Head of Inclusion - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
James Greenacre – Head of Commercial Operations - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Rick Cowdery – Head of Communications/Supporter Liaison Manager - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jamie Yabsley – Head of Marketing - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Christian Kent – Head of Conferencing and Events - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Jon Back – Head of Stadium Redevelopment (Operations) - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Trevor Richards – Head of Stadium/Facilities - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]


It will be interesting to see what happens to Jon Back when the redevelopment is finished - is there enough work for both him and TR?

He describes himself as head of operations on his twitter account bio and he seems to have appointed himself as the guardian against persistent standing. He doesn't seem to have wwatched a game outside of corporate.

This is clearly the work of such a dullard

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

No evidence to support the statement that many of the 1800 injuries were caused as a result of this.

Which links to Gaffers spurious claim that the atmosphere was excellent, most people I know that went said the atmosphere was shit due in no small part to Stewards wading in every 5 minutes to enforce this pettiness.



They are having a right old moan about standing over the road there, as the rumour is that some fans have had season tickets/membership blocked. Many are saying they can't wait until the Grandstand is open so that all those who have moved over during the refurb, go back.

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

I hate sitting down at football matches but, the rules is the rules and sit I do, unless Argyle score a goal etc-etc.

In the Lyndhurst - Block 15 - on Tuesday evening the stewards were involved in lengthy discussions with a few who were standing and one who had complained about the standing.

Have any other clubs said anything about standing or is it only us ?


I read that West Ham and Spurs have banned people for standing after issuing orders not to stand.

Is standing up in a football stadium a criminal offence yet, if not, then it could well become that in the not so far off future. More power to the police to issue a banning order.


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We are going for the Arsenal library feel then,,,,
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VillageGreen wrote:
Jethro wrote:
VillageGreen wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
A few points....

11,405 attendance. There are 12,600 seats in the horseshoe. If Argyle refuse to use all seats available to them and declare we are ‘sold out’ when there are evidently only going to be a hundred or so away fans, then that is a ‘Brentist’ way of going about stadium management and it needs to be addressed because you don’t need hundreds of empty buffers segregation seats if you stadium manage efficiently and professionally.

On to the game. We are still hopelessly weak defensively. Aimson and the young Chelsea lad need to be slotted in tout suite as soon as they are ready. It’s also all very well to complete 15,000,000 passes during a game and having about 80% possession,  but if you are going to keep passing sideways in front of the opposing defence without penetrating it nearly as often as you should, then that needs to be addressed.

Lowes obvious instructions to not pump crosses high into the box mean that Ryan Taylor’s future prospects look bleak under the preferred system.

Without doubt the pass pass pass nature of Lowes system means it’s so much easier on the eye than an Adams one. But there are quite a few creases to be ironed out, foreshore.

Can anyone explain why Bungo is still head of operations, when all the previous deadwood has been cleared and it is patently obvious how woefully out his depth he is? Once again with a higher than normal attendance, only a handful of turnstiles are open and 5 minutes into the game punters are still taking their seats

Does this problem fall under JB's jurisdiction? Hard to tell from this page where Jon Back's responsibilities end, and those of "Trevor Richards" take over?

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It will be interesting to see what happens to Jon Back when the redevelopment is finished - is there enough work for both him and TR?

He describes himself as head of operations on his twitter account bio and he seems to have appointed himself as the guardian against persistent standing. He doesn't seem to have wwatched a game outside of corporate.

This is clearly the work of such a dullard

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No evidence to support the statement that many of the 1800 injuries were caused as a result of this.

Which links to Gaffers spurious claim that the atmosphere was excellent, most people I know that went said the atmosphere was shit due in no small part to Stewards wading in every 5 minutes to enforce this pettiness.



They are having a right old moan about standing over the road there, as the rumour is that some fans have had season tickets/membership blocked. Many are saying they can't wait until the Grandstand is open so that all those who have moved over during the refurb, go back.

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I hate sitting down at football matches but, the rules is the rules and sit I do, unless Argyle score a goal etc-etc.

In the Lyndhurst - Block 15 - on Tuesday evening the stewards were involved in lengthy discussions with a few who were standing and one who had complained about the standing.

Have any other clubs said anything about standing or is it only us ?


I read that West Ham and Spurs have banned people for standing after issuing orders not to stand.

Is standing up in a football stadium a criminal offence yet, if not, then it could well become that in the not so far off future. More power to the police to issue a banning order.

Apparently its persistent standing that's the issue. Perhaps they could sound a klaxon?
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Hugh Watt wrote:
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A few points....

11,405 attendance. There are 12,600 seats in the horseshoe. If Argyle refuse to use all seats available to them and declare we are ‘sold out’ when there are evidently only going to be a hundred or so away fans, then that is a ‘Brentist’ way of going about stadium management and it needs to be addressed because you don’t need hundreds of empty buffers segregation seats if you stadium manage efficiently and professionally.

On to the game. We are still hopelessly weak defensively. Aimson and the young Chelsea lad need to be slotted in tout suite as soon as they are ready. It’s also all very well to complete 15,000,000 passes during a game and having about 80% possession,  but if you are going to keep passing sideways in front of the opposing defence without penetrating it nearly as often as you should, then that needs to be addressed.

Lowes obvious instructions to not pump crosses high into the box mean that Ryan Taylor’s future prospects look bleak under the preferred system.

Without doubt the pass pass pass nature of Lowes system means it’s so much easier on the eye than an Adams one. But there are quite a few creases to be ironed out, foreshore.

Can anyone explain why Bungo is still head of operations, when all the previous deadwood has been cleared and it is patently obvious how woefully out his depth he is? Once again with a higher than normal attendance, only a handful of turnstiles are open and 5 minutes into the game punters are still taking their seats

Does this problem fall under JB's jurisdiction? Hard to tell from this page where Jon Back's responsibilities end, and those of "Trevor Richards" take over?

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Andrew Parkinson – Chief Executive/Senior Safeguarding Manager - andrew.parkinson@pafc.co.uk
Zac Newton – Club Secretary/Head of Inclusion - zac.newton@pafc.co.uk
James Greenacre – Head of Commercial Operations - james.greenacre@pafc.co.uk
Rick Cowdery – Head of Communications/Supporter Liaison Manager - rick.cowdery@pafc.co.uk
Jamie Yabsley – Head of Marketing - jamie.yabsley@pafc.co.uk
Christian Kent – Head of Conferencing and Events - christian.kent@pafc.co.uk
Jon Back – Head of Stadium Redevelopment (Operations) - jon.back@pafc.co.uk
Trevor Richards – Head of Stadium/Facilities - trevor.richards@pafc.co.uk


It will be interesting to see what happens to Jon Back when the redevelopment is finished - is there enough work for both him and TR?

He describes himself as head of operations on his twitter account bio and he seems to have appointed himself as the guardian against persistent standing. He doesn't seem to have wwatched a game outside of corporate.

This is clearly the work of such a dullard

https://www.pafc.co.uk/news/2019/august/seats-please/

No evidence to support the statement that many of the 1800 injuries were caused as a result of this.

Which links to Gaffers spurious claim that the atmosphere was excellent, most people I know that went said the atmosphere was shit due in no small part to Stewards wading in every 5 minutes to enforce this pettiness.

“Spurious claim” did you have your fingers in your ears or were you more focused on the stewards
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