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« on: October 01, 2010, 21:03:30 pm »

I've been approached by a Football publication & website for views on football programmes so if you'd be kind enough to answer the following questions please Smiley

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?

2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?

3. Is our programme value for money?

4.What is your favourite part of the programme?

5. What is the worst part of the programme?

6. When/Where do you read the programme most?

7. On away match days do you buy there programme?

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?

9. What is the programme that means the most to you?

10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
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« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2010, 21:07:59 pm »

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?

Yes, every home ground

2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?

Bang on

3. Is our programme value for money?

Yes

4.What is your favourite part of the programme?

Manager & Chairman's comments

5. What is the worst part of the programme?

Adverts but I guess it's what makes the money

6. When/Where do you read the programme most?

First couple of pages before the match & rest through the week on the toilet or in the bath

7. On away match days do you buy there programme?

Depends if I have enough money

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?

Yes, Northampton Town V Peterborough United 1982

9. What is the programme that means the most to you?

Play off winning final 1997

10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?

Put it on Ebay or take it to a car boot sale or a charity shop
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« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2010, 21:20:09 pm »

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?
Yes, every week
2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?
Standard for this Division. A few 2.50's still knocking around
3. Is our programme value for money?
Probably not. Nothing is new news is it with the internet.
4.What is your favourite part of the programme?
The Chairman's comments is the one part I haven't read elsewhere before matchday
5. What is the worst part of the programme?
The Supporters Trust page. Very uninspiring.
6. When/Where do you read the programme most?
At home after the journey back.
7. On away match days do you buy there programme?
Yes
8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
Oh yes, after many years of searching. Thanks biscuit-boy  Grin
9. What is the programme that means the most to you?
The above...Southport v Cobblers Friday 9th September 1977
10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
Build up a pile until the season's end and then get told by the handbrake to take 'em up into the loft
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« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2010, 22:26:56 pm »

Had enough questions for one week
I had some private schoolies stopping me in Stamford to answer a survey about free range products
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« Reply #4 on: October 01, 2010, 22:36:13 pm »



8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
Oh yes, after many years of searching. Thanks biscuit-boy  Grin




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« Reply #5 on: October 02, 2010, 00:16:37 am »

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?
yes every match

2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?
about right although this year the content is poorer than previous years

3. Is our programme value for money?
No

4.What is your favourite part of the programme?
Interviews, inside views, my boys love the posters of the players but they are constantly dropped by unwanted adverstising

5. What is the worst part of the programme?
Centre page advertising useless rubbish like group tickets

6. When/Where do you read the programme most?
Later at night after the match

7. On away match days do you buy there programme?
Yes

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
No
9. What is the programme that means the most to you?
None really
10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
Bin it
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« Reply #6 on: October 02, 2010, 09:25:59 am »

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?
Yes, every match attended
2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?
Just right.
3. Is our programme value for money?
Definately
4.What is your favourite part of the programme?
Mangers Comments, Look Back at History - It's a pretty good read all the way through really
5. What is the worst part of the programme?
The adverts
6. When/Where do you read the programme most?
At Home
7. On away match days do you buy there programme?
Yes
8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
Somewhere, Yes (Northampton Town v Plymouth Argyle 1966/67)
9. What is the programme that means the most to you?
They all have their own memories. None in particular.
10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
Keep it safe.
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« Reply #7 on: October 02, 2010, 10:24:41 am »

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent? YES

2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right? ABOUT RIGHT, not worth more & has got worse recently.

3. Is our programme value for money? REASONABLE

4.What is your favourite part of the programme? AWAY TEAM PROFILE & PHOTO'S

5. What is the worst part of the programme? ADVERTS & CRAP 'PADDING OUT"

6. When/Where do you read the programme most? WHEN I GET HOME / additional TEAM SHEET @ MATCH

7. On away match days do you buy there programme? YES I collect all Cobblers progs!

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?YES

9. What is the programme that means the most to you? ANY OLD PROG.

10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it? FILE IT / STORE IT
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« Reply #8 on: October 02, 2010, 10:38:26 am »

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?
Every match

2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?
A little overpriced

3. Is our programme value for money?
No

4.What is your favourite part of the programme?
Views from the manager / chairman

5. What is the worst part of the programme?
Nothing I can think of

6. When/Where do you read the programme most?
Half Time

7. On away match days do you buy there programme?
Yes

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
Yes

9. What is the programme that means the most to you?
First match I attended

10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
Keep it on a bookshelf and prob never look at it again
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« Reply #9 on: October 02, 2010, 19:43:13 pm »

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?
Every now and again when at home
2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?
Think its about right
3. Is our programme value for money?
From what i see, i think so
4.What is your favourite part of the programme?
Behind the scenes sort of things, its interesting to find out how things work
5. What is the worst part of the programme?
All the corporate stuff
6. When/Where do you read the programme most?
Before the game, or in boring patches during the game
7. On away match days do you buy there programme?
Yeah always, mainly for reading on the way back
8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
I think so, did last time i checked
9. What is the programme that means the most to you?
Dont think there really is one, maybe opnes signed by away teams or whatever
10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
Tend to keep them, i only throw them out if they get wrecked
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« Reply #10 on: October 03, 2010, 03:54:32 am »

I've been approached by a Football publication & website for views on football programmes so if you'd be kind enough to answer the following questions please Smiley

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?

2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?

3. Is our programme value for money?

4.What is your favourite part of the programme?

5. What is the worst part of the programme?

6. When/Where do you read the programme most?

7. On away match days do you buy there programme?

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?

9. What is the programme that means the most to you?

10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?

My answer stops at question 1. I never buy one because they are overpriced. Our family budget is already stretched without paying 3 for something that ends up in the bin.
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« Reply #11 on: October 03, 2010, 10:35:01 am »

Will people stop putting their progs in the bin! It's killing me  Grin
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« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2010, 11:22:50 am »

Will people stop putting their progs in the bin! It's killing me  Grin

What else should i do with it?
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« Reply #13 on: October 03, 2010, 11:27:30 am »

I've been approached by a Football publication & website for views on football programmes so if you'd be kind enough to answer the following questions please Smiley

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?

No

2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?

I don't buy a programme, so I don't know the price.

3. Is our programme value for money?

Are you listening, I said I don't buy a programme!

4.What is your favourite part of the programme?

This is getting ridiculous, I DONT BUY A PROGRAMME!!!

5. What is the worst part of the programme?

Oh for f***s sake

6. When/Where do you read the programme most?

De-de-de-de-de-de-de-de-de

7. On away match days do you buy there programme?

No. Not home, not away, nowhere.

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?

No, mum didn't think to buy me one.

9. What is the programme that means the most to you?

The discarded one I used to wipe my arse with at Rochdale

10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?

Well I flushed that none of course. Who do you think I am, Ralap?

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« Reply #14 on: October 03, 2010, 11:53:06 am »

What else should i do with it?

Store it carefully in season order to be discovered by a young Cobblers fan in years to come. Their bright eyes will gaze upon this magical collection and so will begin a journey of reseach into our glorious past ( Grin). They will gain wisdom and their expectations will be well reasoned. It's for the kids.

Alternatively you could place them in GP surgery waiting rooms. Marginally more exciting than Family Circle  Grin

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« Reply #15 on: October 03, 2010, 13:17:02 pm »

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?
Not since about 1989, in fact the first one since then was probably at Anfield a couple of weeks ago.

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
Yes, in my loft based collection somewhere.

9. What is the programme that means the most to you?
A few Cobblers ones from the early 50's and a mint 1970 2 v 8, signed by George Best.

10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
Put it in the loft. More valuable ones get a plastic sleeve.

Good thread, a reminder to dig some out to stick on Ebay!
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« Reply #16 on: October 05, 2010, 15:37:15 pm »

Tyro

Could you send me a copy of the finished article / findings to the fanzine too?  Will be an interesting read.

Here's my answers too...

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?
Rarely now, usually at away games where I haven't been to that ground before or big games.

2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?
Like everything else in football, over-priced.  Although NTFC is in line with other clubs.

3. Is our programme value for money?
Sort of, it is a good read.

4.What is your favourite part of the programme?
Stats, I love stats.

5. What is the worst part of the programme?
A lot of stuff is repeated.  If you buy one every game you don't need to know who sponsors what but of course the sponsors wouldn't agree.

6. When/Where do you read the programme most?
I don't so much these days.  I stopped buying them because I never used to really get time to read them or I'd already read the stuff in the press/online.

7. On away match days do you buy there programme?
Sometimes.

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
Yes, NTFC v Crewe in 1987

9. What is the programme that means the most to you?
Probably the biggies like Wembley and big cup ties.

10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
Put it in a big pile of other programmes dating back many years.

Fanzine are the way forward haha.
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« Reply #17 on: October 05, 2010, 16:42:14 pm »

I've been approached by a Football publication & website for views on football programmes so if you'd be kind enough to answer the following questions please Smiley

1. Do you buy a programme on Match Days & if so how frequent?
    Yes
2. Is our programme Under priced/Over priced or about right?
    About right
3. Is our programme value for money?
    yes
4.What is your favourite part of the programme?
   have,nt go a favourite part
5. What is the worst part of the programme?
   the adverts
6. When/Where do you read the programme most?
    after the game @ home
7. On away match days do you buy there programme?
   yes

8. Have you got the programme from the first match you ever attended?
   yes
9. What is the programme that means the most to you?
   the playoff finals
10. What do you with the programme once you have finished reading it?
store it with the rest of my programme collection 
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