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on 29/8/2017, 18:43
I must say that I'm very impressed with the club programme. Not bad at all for £2. Plenty of excellent and interesting articles and it's not full of adverts like so many of the programmes you come across. Love the Where after they now and blast from the past sections while the good father's articles are always a good read. Also good to see the introducing there dolly blues section. Well done to everyone concerned with producing the programme and keep up the good work.
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on 29/8/2017, 20:06
I agree wholeheartedly. The match day programme is an excellent read & well worth £2 . Also every copy in excess of 75 that we sell is pure profit for the club ..... so buy one!


My bit is still rubbish though
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on 30/8/2017, 10:43
First three home games and all programmes sold well before kick off at my turnstile. Great value at£2,
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on 30/8/2017, 16:15
I echo Doctor Jimmy's comments; it is a good read with plenty of interesting articles and stats. The quiz was suitably challenging. Well done to Alasher for claiming that he had no change to coerce me into buying one.
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on 30/8/2017, 19:45
I am practicing my sales technique on potetially guillible spectators. After my success with you I'm considering moving on to the next level
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on 30/8/2017, 20:47
alasher wrote:I am practicing my sales technique on potetially guillible spectators. After my success with you I'm considering moving on to the next level

You have used the word 'gullible' but are you aware that the word is not actually in the dictionary?
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on 30/8/2017, 22:20
One doubts if POTETIALLY is in the dictionary either! Smile
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on 30/8/2017, 23:23
If we are here to highlight errors, we can add the incorrect spelling of 'practicing' to the list.  According to standard British convention, practice is the noun and practise is the verb.  Does it matter?  Of course it does Very Happy . Please do not ask if I am the grammar and spelling police.  Let's forget about the lack of a full-stop Mad .
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on 31/8/2017, 05:29
My incorrect spelling of potentially is due to not wearing glasses when i really should ( ie when posting from my phone).
However the other 2 "mistakes" were made through ignorance
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on 31/8/2017, 08:27
So consider yourself duly admonished.
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