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« on: November 03, 2018, 21:44:01 pm »

Anyone know if today’s shirts are being auctioned again?
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« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2018, 12:19:58 pm »

Anyone know if today’s shirts are being auctioned again?
Club said on Twitter they were yes.
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« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2018, 20:11:49 pm »

Slightly out of whack but any idea why we observed a minutes silence for all those hero's who fought and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and a 60 year old Thai billionaire who crashed his chopper with Miss Thailand on board ?

I know most stadiums did the same but and although very sad he has absolutely no relevance to anyone at Teyn whatsoever

I'm proud of my family's efforts in the War and the sacrifice that they made and the game before armistice day is always a special one for me , especially with our own Mr  Walter Tull

Was like,  we're having a minutes silence anyway so may as well stick the Leicester guy in aswell

I sometimes feel we're losing it meaning

Anyway,  it's a broader point than just a Cobblers thing , was just a thought
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« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2018, 01:04:15 am »

Slightly out of whack but any idea why we observed a minutes silence for all those hero's who fought and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and a 60 year old Thai billionaire who crashed his chopper with Miss Thailand on board ?

I know most stadiums did the same but and although very sad he has absolutely no relevance to anyone at Teyn whatsoever

I'm proud of my family's efforts in the War and the sacrifice that they made and the game before armistice day is always a special one for me , especially with our own Mr  Walter Tull

Was like,  we're having a minutes silence anyway so may as well stick the Leicester guy in aswell

I sometimes feel we're losing it meaning

Anyway,  it's a broader point than just a Cobblers thing , was just a thought

And a stupid thought at that. It was a football related tragedy, and was thus worthy of a moments compassion from the wider football family.
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« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2018, 05:39:23 am »

Yet again I was impressed by the quality of the bugler for the minutes silence, I know how hard it is to hit the notes s clear.
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« Reply #5 on: November 05, 2018, 06:41:41 am »

And a stupid thought at that. It was a football related tragedy, and was thus worthy of a moments compassion from the wider football family.




I think it's a bit disingenerous to call me stupid you knuckle dragging half wit .

There's a football related tragedy every week if you want one just no billionaires  , didn't  a chap pass away at a Wolves game last week too,  why didn't he qualify ?
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« Reply #6 on: November 05, 2018, 08:33:37 am »

I agree. Seems like clubs can't wait to have another reason for a minutes silence.
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« Reply #7 on: November 05, 2018, 09:01:05 am »

I'm sure Wolves will honour their fan in a way they feel is appropriate, as we have on several occasions after the last few years.
The Leicester helicopter crash affected football all over the world (see the responses to Leicester on Twitter etc) and I think was rightly respected.
I agree the timing wasn't ideal as it with it being the same time as armistice but it couldn't be helped.

Agree the bugular didnt a great job.
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« Reply #8 on: November 05, 2018, 09:18:43 am »

Slightly out of whack but any idea why we observed a minutes silence for all those hero's who fought and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and a 60 year old Thai billionaire who crashed his chopper with Miss Thailand on board ?

I know most stadiums did the same but and although very sad he has absolutely no relevance to anyone at Teyn whatsoever

I'm proud of my family's efforts in the War and the sacrifice that they made and the game before armistice day is always a special one for me , especially with our own Mr  Walter Tull

Was like,  we're having a minutes silence anyway so may as well stick the Leicester guy in aswell

I sometimes feel we're losing it meaning

Anyway,  it's a broader point than just a Cobblers thing , was just a thought

What has his nationality got to do with anything?
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« Reply #9 on: November 05, 2018, 11:06:24 am »

Slightly out of whack but any idea why we observed a minutes silence for all those hero's who fought and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and a 60 year old Thai billionaire who crashed his chopper with Miss Thailand on board ?

I know most stadiums did the same but and although very sad he has absolutely no relevance to anyone at Teyn whatsoever

I'm proud of my family's efforts in the War and the sacrifice that they made and the game before armistice day is always a special one for me , especially with our own Mr  Walter Tull

Was like,  we're having a minutes silence anyway so may as well stick the Leicester guy in aswell

I sometimes feel we're losing it meaning

Anyway,  it's a broader point than just a Cobblers thing , was just a thought

Fully agree with this but anyone who follows the club accounts on social media knows they jump onto these type of things.
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« Reply #10 on: November 05, 2018, 12:31:01 pm »

It's a shame that a thread started about Poppy shirts has fallen so far so quickly. Straighten up folks.
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« Reply #11 on: November 05, 2018, 13:12:15 pm »

It's a shame that a thread started about Poppy shirts has fallen so far so quickly. Straighten up folks.

Yes.. Deeply traumatising that somebody asked a question and received an answer. I can fully understand how you have attributed some sinister agenda to that.
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« Reply #12 on: November 05, 2018, 14:25:53 pm »

Yes.. Deeply traumatising that somebody asked a question and received an answer. I can fully understand how you have attributed some sinister agenda to that.

Even lower it is then.
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« Reply #13 on: November 05, 2018, 15:12:48 pm »

I think it's a bit disingenerous to call me stupid you knuckle dragging half wit .

There's a football related tragedy every week if you want one just no billionaires  , didn't  a chap pass away at a Wolves game last week too,  why didn't he qualify ?

I didn't call you stupid, I said you posted a stupid comment. Given your response, perhaps I should have called you stupid. Tongue Kiss
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« Reply #14 on: November 05, 2018, 15:46:02 pm »

Slightly out of whack but any idea why we observed a minutes silence for all those hero's who fought and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and a 60 year old Thai billionaire who crashed his chopper with Miss Thailand on board ?

I know most stadiums did the same but and although very sad he has absolutely no relevance to anyone at Teyn whatsoever

I'm proud of my family's efforts in the War and the sacrifice that they made and the game before armistice day is always a special one for me , especially with our own Mr  Walter Tull

Was like,  we're having a minutes silence anyway so may as well stick the Leicester guy in aswell

I sometimes feel we're losing it meaning

Anyway,  it's a broader point than just a Cobblers thing , was just a thought
His age, his nationality, being a billionaire and the fact Miss Thailand was on board are all irrelevant - except what is says about you in mentioning those things. Many chairmen can be mean and unpleasant despite being rich, as we have found more than once. He was generous unlike many rich people and he believed in the wider family of the football community. The fact we're 3 divisions down and a small club is irrelevant - we are part of that wider family of the sport.
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« Reply #15 on: November 05, 2018, 19:15:29 pm »

His age, his nationality, being a billionaire and the fact Miss Thailand was on board are all irrelevant - except what is says about you in mentioning those things. Many chairmen can be mean and unpleasant despite being rich, as we have found more than once. He was generous unlike many rich people and he believed in the wider family of the football community. The fact we're 3 divisions down and a small club is irrelevant - we are part of that wider family of the sport.
Exactly! What he has done for the community of Leicester, as well as the country as a whole indirectly with 'that' Prem title hits home to millions!

I think it was a Brighton fan who died a week back - not Wolves.
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« Reply #16 on: November 05, 2018, 19:22:03 pm »

His age, his nationality, being a billionaire and the fact Miss Thailand was on board are all irrelevant - except what is says about you in mentioning those things. Many chairmen can be mean and unpleasant despite being rich, as we have found more than once. He was generous unlike many rich people and he believed in the wider family of the football community. The fact we're 3 divisions down and a small club is irrelevant - we are part of that wider family of the sport.

It's the irrelevance that is my overwhelming point

I realise im in the minority because clubs up and down the contry did the same . Anyhow , do as you wish , I spent my time thinking and honouring the many who fought and died for our values and the freedoms of expression  , my families war efforts and the club's very honourable roots . IMO that is sacred for the remembrance game


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« Reply #17 on: November 05, 2018, 21:03:05 pm »

It's the irrelevance that is my overwhelming point

I realise im in the minority because clubs up and down the contry did the same . Anyhow , do as you wish , I spent my time thinking and honouring the many who fought and died for our values and the freedoms of expression  , my families war efforts and the club's very honourable roots . IMO that is sacred for the remembrance game


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« Reply #18 on: November 05, 2018, 21:07:43 pm »

It's the irrelevance that is my overwhelming point

I realise im in the minority because clubs up and down the contry did the same . Anyhow , do as you wish , I spent my time thinking and honouring the many who fought and died for our values and the freedoms of expression  , my families war efforts and the club's very honourable roots . IMO that is sacred for the remembrance game




You may want to do some research into the background of WW1 before deciding it was anything to do with the average British man's values and freedoms.
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« Reply #19 on: November 05, 2018, 21:35:15 pm »

the fact Miss Thailand was on board are all irrelevant

Agree and in any event she was an ex Miss Thailand contestant and a member of his staff.
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