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    I saw the truth from the beginning ffs KA’s job was to balance the books and spin plates till investment came. He’s done that with success so far. It just can’t carry on, we don’t have a Gary Madine or ED now. We either get investment elsewhere or admin is a distinct possibility. KA has openly and repeatedly stated every fucking week we need more money. I really don’t know what people expect. To quote Traf, to me and you KA is an extremely rich man. In football club owner terms he’s a dosser. We just don’t have enough money to pay the bills. We are small club, on a small budget, paying for premier league facilities and trying to compete in a league with a bunch of giants. It just doesn’t compute. listen to what the former Wigan owner says above and just think of the job KA or any other owner coming in has on his hands. We need £10m just to switch the lights on ffs. Folk need to realise the size of club we are and shite revenue we actually create. We need a billionaire not a Ken Anderson to survive at this level. Unfortunately the market is already saturated and foreign billionaires won’t fancy buying a club ten miles away from biggest club in the world and Man City with 12k attendances.
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    Sending me to sleep, a team from our darkest hour Possession we can't keep at home or away Calls for David Lee cos Parkys football's dour Time for getting pissed, to hope & pray Lost a million games in a row, the ball never in control I believe he's lost the plot, it's time let him go
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    "Dear so called Ken, Speaking on behalf of my fellow STrust members, i'd like to tell you that we're in a right fluffery buffery about the whole situation. You are being a proper Boots McNasty and not telling us every morning what your plans are for the day. My mate John has been so angry these last few days that he has been refusing to eat his dinner that his Mum makes him, and is feeling very poorly after biting the family dog on its tail. His doctor has told him that he now needs to wear his special helmet and gumshield when leaving the house so he isn't a threat to the wider public. You've done that you horror bag. How are we supposed to be a mob of self-righteous bum canals on social media if you persist with your information blackout? We demand that you give us some shares, and a key to your house where we reckon you are taking all the pints that don't get drunk after half time you Big Boots McThief. I'm going telling on you to the Bolton News, see how you like THEM apples."
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    The problem faced is leaving the EU. Not a flawed negotiation process Not a PM who was quietly pro remain. Not remainers in government Not Brexiteers in government. Leaving the EU. That’s it, my ideologically intransigent friend.
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    You really don't get it do you? Or continue to argue for the sake of it. Creating things that haven't been said. Then continue with a lecture that is irrelevant. Where the fuck have I or anyone said anyone should have a problem with anti racism? Why have you inserted politics into speech marks as if to redefine it, and make assumptions about what I will allow my kids to follow with regard to issues. Why does a non political issue like the park protest become a political one- presumably so you can argue about it. Or can't you understand what is meant by a political protest? Why do you continue to make assumptions that because of my objections to kids going on political marches I'm in some way condoning racism? Frankly you're disappointingly incapable of reading a post and applying those so called trained negotiator skills. Throughout threads you have to continually accuse folk of being stupid or thick or of having an interior moral compass. I'm no longer prepared to engage in any future discourse with you on anything as it's pointless. Crack on masturbating in the mirror.
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    Joking or not, I think we need to be very careful going forward not to give others with an agenda the opportunity to publicly throw shit at us.
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    At last. It's about time that the childish name calling ended and a proper straightener was offered
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    'Your' gang wanted Sam sacked for last 3 years (at least) he was here, you said every year we would go down. 'Your' gang said he would never get us promoted. 'Your' gang said he would never keep us up. I said at various times the problem with 'your' gang is that you are only right when the club does badly so I am sure you are all now delighted to able to pat yourselves on the back and say 'we were right'. Is it time for him to go ? Probably if we do not win Saturday but please do not pretend this makes you right.
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    The only "evidence" against KA seems to be a consultancy fee he paid himself once. Since no-one has access to the current cashflow figures, they are fucking guessing As Boothy says, it's a case of for or against with very few people able to back down once they've picked a side. Well, go for it. Personally, I haven't seen the last few months figures and KA has never denied taking a consultancy fee, so I'm taking him at face value here and from what I can see with my own eyes we have a club to support despite it being clear we have no money coming in - you don't need to see the figures to be able to work out that we don't sell 10 million replica shirts around the world. Iles is just doing what any journalist needs to do - I actually have no issue with that as it seems to be working for him The real problem are gullible, bedwetting, interfering hypocritical wankforks like SHortland who lap up everything he says as gospel. No-one knows. That's a fact.
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    Make sure it's not a barn door though ...no chance of even getting near it
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    He will probably inadvertently play our strongest
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    And the other 89 minutes?
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    It was a joke referencing another posters term of the word darkie. you think digging out posts from a football forum during a rational debate about a football clubs finacnes, removing them completely from any form of context then putting it all over social media next to that posters real name is reasonable? You need to fuck off as well. We can all play that game if we wanted to.
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    Not another bloody straightener.
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    Standing freezing yer nuts off queueing for the water place flume in front of the morrisons shoppers.
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    Hi Mods, please could you make this sticky. The business I run is supporting a new non-profit scheme aimed at developing coding skills and gaining employment for folk in Bolton. Please tell anyone you know that could benefit from this as it costs nothing and is right in the much maligned town centre to help the local community. Thanks! Info: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6474193848758341632 https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/business/business-news/northern-quarter-tech-firm-equipping-15480107
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    Crawley, you seem an intelligent type of chap, ive read most of your other posts and though you are misguided and have a slightly different view than myself, if you wish to call me a ‘tool’ I will be outside the club shop before the Wigan game and I would love to have ‘chat’ with you.
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    I’d honestly ditch my wife and kids for 3 minutes with holly willybooby. one droplet of semen on each of her pearly white teeth. Laid like a tiny little egg. the dirty bastard.
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    Our government are a bunch of bottle jobs from Cameron on. Those that campaigned for this have all walked away to save their own skin. whether you voted leave or stay you have been screwed on this as the people that told you to vote for leavehave all stepped back and weakened our negotiating hand at the top table. i just hope some damage limitation can come out of this
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    They are in power to a certain extent If half of them vote for the deal then we should avoid the chaos of no deal. How much more power do you want? This issue has pulled apart the old party political fault lines, Corbyn should give his lot a free vote. Hopefully enough see sense and we avoid going off a cliff edge Corbyn won’t though, as he would rather see chaos ensues so he has a better shot at PM. He’d rather be the leader of a car crash than be in opposition of a stronger country
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    Technology? Graphene? Research and Development? Pah! We'll trade British Fish and Chips for Italian Prosecco. Brompton Bikes to India for spices and silks. English Mead for finest Canarian Sack. Spitfires to Saudi Arabia to spit fire on the Yemen - oil aplenty. Re-open the Coal Mines and May can do a Trump and get rid of pesky directives - a brave new heavy industry will arise phoenix-like as soon as dumping heavy metals and toxic waste into rivers etc. is allowed again. Take off your Blue and Gold star blinkers, stop being lily-livered traitorous vermin and get your shoulders behind the wheel. GSTQ and Viva Espana!
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    I'd like to think I'd step in and help but numbers and size of the assailants would be a determining factor. Filming the attack to get evidence seems fair enough. Laughing, giving it a running commentary and then posting it on social media makes him a bit of a c*nt in my book
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    C you know MT surely? Noah was at Wigan from 4 and Burnley at 5- he loved it. He went to City and didn't, so we stopped taking him. He's a bit gutted now he cant play with his mates at his grass roots club, but I have made him my keeper coach so he is still involved. He sometimes feel pressured, but its my responsibility to keep him relaxed, happy, and focused. I tell him to enjoy the journey wherever it takes him, and assure him no matter what we are proud. He's only 9, and I'd be amazed, but not surprised if he is still there in 5 years time. I've seen players rejected, and I know it can be hard to take... But I've not come across a scout/coach promise the world, and as the kids get older, I understand clubs are as helpful as they can be; offering players the chance to train, help find other teams, and retain as coaches themselves. The latter happened to England's U16 keeper Pros- great training, great opportunities, travel (UK and Europe) Cons- you do meet some arrogant people, takes up a lot of time, pressure/disappointment

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