Saints set for £15.6m Premier League prize money for finishing eighth

Daily Echo: Rickie Lambert's goals have helped Saints bank £15.6m for finishing eighth in the Premier League Rickie Lambert's goals have helped Saints bank £15.6m for finishing eighth in the Premier League

The Premier League champions stand to rake in £95million from TV money this season while even the bottom club will earn £63million.

The huge value of new £5.5billion Premier League broadcast deals will be highlighted by the fact that whoever finishes bottom of the table on Sunday should earn more from TV money than the £60.8million Manchester United were paid after winning the league last season.

The new champions are expected to be paid £35million more, and the bottom club around £24million more than QPR earned after finishing bottom last season.

The Premier League has confirmed its merit money payments of £1.2million for every place each club finishes up the table, rising to £24million for the champions.

That represents a 60% rise on last season.

For finishing in eighth place, Saints will bank £15.6m.

Facility fees of £750,000 will be paid to a club for every live TV appearance, with a minimum payment of £7.5million.

There has been no confirmation from the league of the equal shares that will be paid to clubs for domestic and overseas broadcasting deals, but they are expected to rise by 60% and 70% respectively - in line with the increases in those deals - to £23million and £32million per club.

The huge rise in income should help a number of clubs turn their financial fortunes around, especially if they have been able to minimise wage bill rises for players this season.

How the Premier League payments will be calculated: £1.2million paid for every place a club finishes in the league, up to £24million for the champions.

facility fees of £750,000 for every time a club appears on a live TV match, with a minimum of £7.5million.

equal share from domestic broadcast deals - not yet confirmed but expected to be around 60% increase to £23million per club.

equal share from overseas broadcast deals - not yet confirmed but expected to be around 70% increase to £32million per club.

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8:08am Wed 7 May 14

Bigrich1980 says...

I was just about to write this on another thread - it appeared in the Daily mail last night and i worked it all out the club that apparently are in financial trouble are going to receive

£15.6M Prizemoney
£7.5M TV appearance (i am unsure if Saints were on sky more than 10 times but i dont think they were)
£36.8M - Domestic TV Money
£54.4M - Overseass TV Money

Total - £114.30M

I think financially we should be ok this season.

Good article in the mail and thanks for putting it in here Daily Echo - will be a good topic to discuss
I was just about to write this on another thread - it appeared in the Daily mail last night and i worked it all out the club that apparently are in financial trouble are going to receive £15.6M Prizemoney £7.5M TV appearance (i am unsure if Saints were on sky more than 10 times but i dont think they were) £36.8M - Domestic TV Money £54.4M - Overseass TV Money Total - £114.30M I think financially we should be ok this season. Good article in the mail and thanks for putting it in here Daily Echo - will be a good topic to discuss Bigrich1980
  • Score: 26

8:32am Wed 7 May 14

Puddletown Saint says...

Well I read this:

£15.6M Prize money
£7.5M TV appearance
£23M - Domestic TV Money
£32M - Overseas TV Money

which is £78.1M Add on sponsorship, ticket money and commercial revenues - less wages (£50M) and I agree we will have a lovely war chest for MoPo to spend. My only note of caution is so will every other club!!!!
Well I read this: £15.6M Prize money £7.5M TV appearance £23M - Domestic TV Money £32M - Overseas TV Money which is £78.1M Add on sponsorship, ticket money and commercial revenues - less wages (£50M) and I agree we will have a lovely war chest for MoPo to spend. My only note of caution is so will every other club!!!! Puddletown Saint
  • Score: 9

8:43am Wed 7 May 14

Bigrich1980 says...

The £23M and £32M was the TV deal for last season - the new TV deal is expected to increase that by 60% and 70% respectively. That is where the other £36M is coming from. Nice little payday no wonder Harry and QPR spent so much to stay in the league last season, unfortunately it backfird massively for them
The £23M and £32M was the TV deal for last season - the new TV deal is expected to increase that by 60% and 70% respectively. That is where the other £36M is coming from. Nice little payday no wonder Harry and QPR spent so much to stay in the league last season, unfortunately it backfird massively for them Bigrich1980
  • Score: 8

8:44am Wed 7 May 14

Buddy SFC says...

I think another banner over Farton Park telling them how unlucky they are to miss out on the £1 million Johnson payout with our earnings for 2013/2014 is due !! ...........
I think another banner over Farton Park telling them how unlucky they are to miss out on the £1 million Johnson payout with our earnings for 2013/2014 is due !! ........... Buddy SFC
  • Score: 22

8:55am Wed 7 May 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.
It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 27

9:13am Wed 7 May 14

DragonSaint says...

Can someone kick the website guy please?!? shocking quality control in this article!
Can someone kick the website guy please?!? shocking quality control in this article! DragonSaint
  • Score: 0

9:32am Wed 7 May 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Puddletown Saint wrote:
Well I read this:

£15.6M Prize money
£7.5M TV appearance
£23M - Domestic TV Money
£32M - Overseas TV Money

which is £78.1M Add on sponsorship, ticket money and commercial revenues - less wages (£50M) and I agree we will have a lovely war chest for MoPo to spend. My only note of caution is so will every other club!!!!
I think you make an important point (similar to Seedhouse's) in your last sentence. However, I think we should clarify what you mean by 'every other club'. That figure of, ummmm, about £100m - give or take the odd £10m here or there - would look more like just enough to bring in a rejected Charlton striker and fund a small supply of AAA batteries to power your aging floodlights if, for example, you manage to finish only 13th in League 2.
[quote][p][bold]Puddletown Saint[/bold] wrote: Well I read this: £15.6M Prize money £7.5M TV appearance £23M - Domestic TV Money £32M - Overseas TV Money which is £78.1M Add on sponsorship, ticket money and commercial revenues - less wages (£50M) and I agree we will have a lovely war chest for MoPo to spend. My only note of caution is so will every other club!!!![/p][/quote]I think you make an important point (similar to Seedhouse's) in your last sentence. However, I think we should clarify what you mean by 'every other club'. That figure of, ummmm, about £100m - give or take the odd £10m here or there - would look more like just enough to bring in a rejected Charlton striker and fund a small supply of AAA batteries to power your aging floodlights if, for example, you manage to finish only 13th in League 2. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: -1

9:40am Wed 7 May 14

Clever Dick says...

Bigrich1980 wrote:
The £23M and £32M was the TV deal for last season - the new TV deal is expected to increase that by 60% and 70% respectively. That is where the other £36M is coming from. Nice little payday no wonder Harry and QPR spent so much to stay in the league last season, unfortunately it backfird massively for them
Yes it kind of puts our supposed debt of £27 million into perspective a bit doesn't it. I love Buddy's idea earlier about a new banner over Nottarf. I'm sure it would be very much appreciated. Two planes would be in order. The first one "We're getting £114 million" and the second one a minute later "And your not"
[quote][p][bold]Bigrich1980[/bold] wrote: The £23M and £32M was the TV deal for last season - the new TV deal is expected to increase that by 60% and 70% respectively. That is where the other £36M is coming from. Nice little payday no wonder Harry and QPR spent so much to stay in the league last season, unfortunately it backfird massively for them[/p][/quote]Yes it kind of puts our supposed debt of £27 million into perspective a bit doesn't it. I love Buddy's idea earlier about a new banner over Nottarf. I'm sure it would be very much appreciated. Two planes would be in order. The first one "We're getting £114 million" and the second one a minute later "And your not" Clever Dick
  • Score: 5

9:53am Wed 7 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.
Great idea seed. I would rather see the tax payers money given to minority sports that don't get the coverage that football does, Beach volleyball or synchronized swimming for example, both have had British competitors having to stop because they cant afford to continue. I know there not everyone's cup of tea, not even mine, but everyone who is good enough to represent the country internationally should be given the support they need to do so.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.[/p][/quote]Great idea seed. I would rather see the tax payers money given to minority sports that don't get the coverage that football does, Beach volleyball or synchronized swimming for example, both have had British competitors having to stop because they cant afford to continue. I know there not everyone's cup of tea, not even mine, but everyone who is good enough to represent the country internationally should be given the support they need to do so. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 9

10:11am Wed 7 May 14

Rising_Son says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.
The FA is an NGO whose responsibility is to promote football from the grassroots upwards.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.[/p][/quote]The FA is an NGO whose responsibility is to promote football from the grassroots upwards. Rising_Son
  • Score: 1

10:15am Wed 7 May 14

StElsass says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.
Great idea seed. I would rather see the tax payers money given to minority sports that don't get the coverage that football does, Beach volleyball or synchronized swimming for example, both have had British competitors having to stop because they cant afford to continue. I know there not everyone's cup of tea, not even mine, but everyone who is good enough to represent the country internationally should be given the support they need to do so.
The money doesn't even reach the football grass roots, let alone other sports'.
The youth section of the club my son plays for nearly had to fold (and still could) because they run a loss of £7k last season.
Admittedly it is down to bad management, but it is us parents who will have to cover through increased fees.
£7k, probably the cost of Ronaldo's supply of hair gel for a week?
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.[/p][/quote]Great idea seed. I would rather see the tax payers money given to minority sports that don't get the coverage that football does, Beach volleyball or synchronized swimming for example, both have had British competitors having to stop because they cant afford to continue. I know there not everyone's cup of tea, not even mine, but everyone who is good enough to represent the country internationally should be given the support they need to do so.[/p][/quote]The money doesn't even reach the football grass roots, let alone other sports'. The youth section of the club my son plays for nearly had to fold (and still could) because they run a loss of £7k last season. Admittedly it is down to bad management, but it is us parents who will have to cover through increased fees. £7k, probably the cost of Ronaldo's supply of hair gel for a week? StElsass
  • Score: 8

10:18am Wed 7 May 14

Blackknight says...

This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.
This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season. Blackknight
  • Score: 8

10:33am Wed 7 May 14

right back in the bar says...

Blackknight wrote:
This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.
Puka pies are awful anyway. The catering at St Ms is some of the worst you will find. A few decent beers and something good to scoff is part of the day out but I doubt anything will be done to improve this.
[quote][p][bold]Blackknight[/bold] wrote: This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.[/p][/quote]Puka pies are awful anyway. The catering at St Ms is some of the worst you will find. A few decent beers and something good to scoff is part of the day out but I doubt anything will be done to improve this. right back in the bar
  • Score: 10

10:41am Wed 7 May 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.
Great idea seed. I would rather see the tax payers money given to minority sports that don't get the coverage that football does, Beach volleyball or synchronized swimming for example, both have had British competitors having to stop because they cant afford to continue. I know there not everyone's cup of tea, not even mine, but everyone who is good enough to represent the country internationally should be given the support they need to do so.
All in favour of extra funding for Beach Volleyball. Anyone know where I can get a grant to train as an Olympic Beach Volleyball Umpire in time for Rio?
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.[/p][/quote]Great idea seed. I would rather see the tax payers money given to minority sports that don't get the coverage that football does, Beach volleyball or synchronized swimming for example, both have had British competitors having to stop because they cant afford to continue. I know there not everyone's cup of tea, not even mine, but everyone who is good enough to represent the country internationally should be given the support they need to do so.[/p][/quote]All in favour of extra funding for Beach Volleyball. Anyone know where I can get a grant to train as an Olympic Beach Volleyball Umpire in time for Rio? Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 5

10:47am Wed 7 May 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Bigrich1980 wrote:
The £23M and £32M was the TV deal for last season - the new TV deal is expected to increase that by 60% and 70% respectively. That is where the other £36M is coming from. Nice little payday no wonder Harry and QPR spent so much to stay in the league last season, unfortunately it backfird massively for them
Yes it kind of puts our supposed debt of £27 million into perspective a bit doesn't it. I love Buddy's idea earlier about a new banner over Nottarf. I'm sure it would be very much appreciated. Two planes would be in order. The first one "We're getting £114 million" and the second one a minute later "And your not"
Good plan, CD, but you have to decide whether to go for the Osprey school of spelling, in which case, the second banner would need to read:

'and you're not'

or help the skunts understand, in which case you might need something more like:

'AN YOUR AINT'
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bigrich1980[/bold] wrote: The £23M and £32M was the TV deal for last season - the new TV deal is expected to increase that by 60% and 70% respectively. That is where the other £36M is coming from. Nice little payday no wonder Harry and QPR spent so much to stay in the league last season, unfortunately it backfird massively for them[/p][/quote]Yes it kind of puts our supposed debt of £27 million into perspective a bit doesn't it. I love Buddy's idea earlier about a new banner over Nottarf. I'm sure it would be very much appreciated. Two planes would be in order. The first one "We're getting £114 million" and the second one a minute later "And your not"[/p][/quote]Good plan, CD, but you have to decide whether to go for the Osprey school of spelling, in which case, the second banner would need to read: 'and you're not' or help the skunts understand, in which case you might need something more like: 'AN YOUR AINT' Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 5

11:05am Wed 7 May 14

warrens 76 says...

right back in the bar wrote:
Blackknight wrote:
This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.
Puka pies are awful anyway. The catering at St Ms is some of the worst you will find. A few decent beers and something good to scoff is part of the day out but I doubt anything will be done to improve this.
Food at St Mary's is pants and don't go thinking hospitality is better, it is no different to catered hospital food 8loody awful.

Just about everyone does it better than us…and as for our pathetic rules and regulations, drinks confiscated at start of match, no this no that, constant inspections of the boxes..awful..

I am a proper terrace boy of old but having earned a few bob can now go corporate when it suits as this is often the only way for me to get an away ticket…Citeh, Spurs, Mufco, Norwich, Pool, Chelsea, are so far apart and so easy going it is a joke…

We need to raise our revenue, yet as a day out for big hitters who for example make more for Arsenal than the rest of the stadium put together St Marys sucks and that needs to be addressed.

When I go to St Mary's i eat a good meal in Oxfords brasserie then go to The Northam for a fantastic atmosphere…our corporate supplies neither and makes you uncomfortable and spied upon too.
[quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackknight[/bold] wrote: This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.[/p][/quote]Puka pies are awful anyway. The catering at St Ms is some of the worst you will find. A few decent beers and something good to scoff is part of the day out but I doubt anything will be done to improve this.[/p][/quote]Food at St Mary's is pants and don't go thinking hospitality is better, it is no different to catered hospital food 8loody awful. Just about everyone does it better than us…and as for our pathetic rules and regulations, drinks confiscated at start of match, no this no that, constant inspections of the boxes..awful.. I am a proper terrace boy of old but having earned a few bob can now go corporate when it suits as this is often the only way for me to get an away ticket…Citeh, Spurs, Mufco, Norwich, Pool, Chelsea, are so far apart and so easy going it is a joke… We need to raise our revenue, yet as a day out for big hitters who for example make more for Arsenal than the rest of the stadium put together St Marys sucks and that needs to be addressed. When I go to St Mary's i eat a good meal in Oxfords brasserie then go to The Northam for a fantastic atmosphere…our corporate supplies neither and makes you uncomfortable and spied upon too. warrens 76
  • Score: 3

11:05am Wed 7 May 14

allsaintsnocurves says...

The good thing for Saints is that where a lot of other clubs in the Premier league will be using this money to cover loses Saints are running pretty well as a business well within our means. We will get money back on Osvaldo too if he is sold and wages reduced with outgoing players. This money will more than cover the new training ground costs and help establish ourselves for next season.

It is well worth spending a bit to push on next season as this money is only going to increase! Getting into the Champions league makes the money even bigger...could that be a possibility as difficult as it might be?
The good thing for Saints is that where a lot of other clubs in the Premier league will be using this money to cover loses Saints are running pretty well as a business well within our means. We will get money back on Osvaldo too if he is sold and wages reduced with outgoing players. This money will more than cover the new training ground costs and help establish ourselves for next season. It is well worth spending a bit to push on next season as this money is only going to increase! Getting into the Champions league makes the money even bigger...could that be a possibility as difficult as it might be? allsaintsnocurves
  • Score: 8

11:13am Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

££££££££££
£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million . bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -19

11:14am Wed 7 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

We will pocket a lot more when at least eight of our best players leave, if the Newspapers are to be believed.
We will pocket a lot more when at least eight of our best players leave, if the Newspapers are to be believed. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -2

11:16am Wed 7 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££

£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
None of your business, go and worry about how you are going to survive next Season.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]None of your business, go and worry about how you are going to survive next Season. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 8

11:22am Wed 7 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.
Great idea seed. I would rather see the tax payers money given to minority sports that don't get the coverage that football does, Beach volleyball or synchronized swimming for example, both have had British competitors having to stop because they cant afford to continue. I know there not everyone's cup of tea, not even mine, but everyone who is good enough to represent the country internationally should be given the support they need to do so.
All in favour of extra funding for Beach Volleyball. Anyone know where I can get a grant to train as an Olympic Beach Volleyball Umpire in time for Rio?
get in the que strass!
the only reason I used beach volleyball as an example is because one of the girls who represented the uk in the Olympics was from the Bournemouth area and she was on south today a while ago saying she had to quit because her funding had been withdrawn. I just think that someone who represents the country in the Olympics should be given the funding to continue in their sport. the guy who won gold for us in the Olympic double trap shooting had his funding completely removed after the 08 Olympics and had to raise funds himself with family helping, it was less than £10k a year. he has been trained by a Dubai royal family member who was a previous gold medal winner who I think funded him recently. £10k a year isn't a lot compared to the money thrown around in football and its a very small amount for the country to win an olympic gold medal.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.[/p][/quote]Great idea seed. I would rather see the tax payers money given to minority sports that don't get the coverage that football does, Beach volleyball or synchronized swimming for example, both have had British competitors having to stop because they cant afford to continue. I know there not everyone's cup of tea, not even mine, but everyone who is good enough to represent the country internationally should be given the support they need to do so.[/p][/quote]All in favour of extra funding for Beach Volleyball. Anyone know where I can get a grant to train as an Olympic Beach Volleyball Umpire in time for Rio?[/p][/quote]get in the que strass! the only reason I used beach volleyball as an example is because one of the girls who represented the uk in the Olympics was from the Bournemouth area and she was on south today a while ago saying she had to quit because her funding had been withdrawn. I just think that someone who represents the country in the Olympics should be given the funding to continue in their sport. the guy who won gold for us in the Olympic double trap shooting had his funding completely removed after the 08 Olympics and had to raise funds himself with family helping, it was less than £10k a year. he has been trained by a Dubai royal family member who was a previous gold medal winner who I think funded him recently. £10k a year isn't a lot compared to the money thrown around in football and its a very small amount for the country to win an olympic gold medal. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 9

11:30am Wed 7 May 14

Golden_Salamander says...

The only down side I believe is that the money does not start arriving (paid in instalments) with the Clubs until JulyAugust time - hence any Transfer deals will be late in the window.

This is a issue for us because a number of our deals in previous years were done early in the window i.e. Dejan was June, and any 2nd or 3rd payments must be made before that money arrives.


On another issue what does every one make of those comments on Twitter by Adam Blackmore on the 15th April where he said :-
" Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15
...for info, there's been a concerted effort to destabilise board at #saintsfc with the Lallana/Shaw to United story - it may turn out true but source has been peddling it to media for weeks - some of us ignore stuff we can't prove/source... "

"Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15
.. Who would be keen to see new board struggle after financial figures came out ? ....."

"Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15
... no, you've missed my subtle hint - maybe ex-board people may have an axe to grind !!"

"Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15
... phone calls from people close to him aren't a coincidence - doesn't surprise me at all"

So somebody CLOSE to the ex board were making calls to the media about players leaving ??????
WHY ???? what are their motives ? Why should they still be interested ???

Could it be ? :-
1/ A TAKEOVER OFFER and the difference between the offer and asking price was say £55m and somebody said something like "We would have to sell a couple of players to accept an offer as low as that " ??? etc.

or 2/ The Players / Manager using somebody not at the Club to "put stories in the press" to PROVOKE A REACTION from the current board about direction of the Club and offer Pochettino a new contract etc

or 3/ Somebody trying to SPIKE any new Shirt Sponsorship deal due this summer (PL team finishing 8th KEEPING all it stars will get TWICE as much as a team selling its stars, imo). Remember the old one was from the days when we had just got promoted from L1 to CC and I believe 5 or 6 CC sides had a better deal last year than us, so we should be due for a very good deal this time and somebody may be trying to spike it.

or 4/ something else

I have been trying to think for the last couple of weeks what the motives of that person CLOSE to the ex-Board is trying to achieve by his "phone calls to the media" ?
The only down side I believe is that the money does not start arriving (paid in instalments) with the Clubs until JulyAugust time - hence any Transfer deals will be late in the window. This is a issue for us because a number of our deals in previous years were done early in the window i.e. Dejan was June, and any 2nd or 3rd payments must be made before that money arrives. On another issue what does every one make of those comments on Twitter by Adam Blackmore on the 15th April where he said :- " Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15 ...for info, there's been a concerted effort to destabilise board at #saintsfc with the Lallana/Shaw to United story - it may turn out true but source has been peddling it to media for weeks - some of us ignore stuff we can't prove/source... " "Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15 .. Who would be keen to see new board struggle after financial figures came out ? ....." "Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15 ... no, you've missed my subtle hint - maybe ex-board people may have an axe to grind !!" "Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15 ... phone calls from people close to him aren't a coincidence - doesn't surprise me at all" So somebody CLOSE to the ex board were making calls to the media about players leaving ?????? WHY ???? what are their motives ? Why should they still be interested ??? Could it be ? :- 1/ A TAKEOVER OFFER and the difference between the offer and asking price was say £55m and somebody said something like "We would have to sell a couple of players to accept an offer as low as that " ??? etc. or 2/ The Players / Manager using somebody not at the Club to "put stories in the press" to PROVOKE A REACTION from the current board about direction of the Club and offer Pochettino a new contract etc or 3/ Somebody trying to SPIKE any new Shirt Sponsorship deal due this summer (PL team finishing 8th KEEPING all it stars will get TWICE as much as a team selling its stars, imo). Remember the old one was from the days when we had just got promoted from L1 to CC and I believe 5 or 6 CC sides had a better deal last year than us, so we should be due for a very good deal this time and somebody may be trying to spike it. or 4/ something else I have been trying to think for the last couple of weeks what the motives of that person CLOSE to the ex-Board is trying to achieve by his "phone calls to the media" ? Golden_Salamander
  • Score: 2

11:35am Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
We will pocket a lot more when at least eight of our best players leave, if the Newspapers are to be believed.
So I am right then ! Osprey Saint touched a nerve so why have Saints season tickets gone up by 4%
I know many games you did not fill St Marys last season also !
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: We will pocket a lot more when at least eight of our best players leave, if the Newspapers are to be believed.[/p][/quote]So I am right then ! Osprey Saint touched a nerve so why have Saints season tickets gone up by 4% I know many games you did not fill St Marys last season also ! bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -10

11:37am Wed 7 May 14

jls217 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££

£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
Why should anyone worry about what goes into the Leibherr pot? The family bought Saints as an investment not as a charity. Stop being so bloody dim. Outside of a Russki oligarch buying a club to launder money no one ever goes into a business arrangement unless it's to make money. Unfortunately every now and again it goes tits up on them but they are all in it to make a handsome profit. Markus can rest assured his daughter will and deservedly so make millions from Southampton FC - between them they saved the club and not marshaled it to a point where we can hold our head up in any stadium in the land knowing our team will play good, attractive, attacking football and not be overawed by any squad in the league - how can I as a lifelong Saints fan put a price on that. One more thing - there's better to come next season. Happily for me the same cannot be said against the car park attendants along the coast.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]Why should anyone worry about what goes into the Leibherr pot? The family bought Saints as an investment not as a charity. Stop being so bloody dim. Outside of a Russki oligarch buying a club to launder money no one ever goes into a business arrangement unless it's to make money. Unfortunately every now and again it goes tits up on them but they are all in it to make a handsome profit. Markus can rest assured his daughter will and deservedly so make millions from Southampton FC - between them they saved the club and not marshaled it to a point where we can hold our head up in any stadium in the land knowing our team will play good, attractive, attacking football and not be overawed by any squad in the league - how can I as a lifelong Saints fan put a price on that. One more thing - there's better to come next season. Happily for me the same cannot be said against the car park attendants along the coast. jls217
  • Score: 12

11:45am Wed 7 May 14

jls217 says...

Golden_Salamander wrote:
The only down side I believe is that the money does not start arriving (paid in instalments) with the Clubs until JulyAugust time - hence any Transfer deals will be late in the window.

This is a issue for us because a number of our deals in previous years were done early in the window i.e. Dejan was June, and any 2nd or 3rd payments must be made before that money arrives.


On another issue what does every one make of those comments on Twitter by Adam Blackmore on the 15th April where he said :-
" Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15
...for info, there's been a concerted effort to destabilise board at #saintsfc with the Lallana/Shaw to United story - it may turn out true but source has been peddling it to media for weeks - some of us ignore stuff we can't prove/source... "

"Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15
.. Who would be keen to see new board struggle after financial figures came out ? ....."

"Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15
... no, you've missed my subtle hint - maybe ex-board people may have an axe to grind !!"

"Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15
... phone calls from people close to him aren't a coincidence - doesn't surprise me at all"

So somebody CLOSE to the ex board were making calls to the media about players leaving ??????
WHY ???? what are their motives ? Why should they still be interested ???

Could it be ? :-
1/ A TAKEOVER OFFER and the difference between the offer and asking price was say £55m and somebody said something like "We would have to sell a couple of players to accept an offer as low as that " ??? etc.

or 2/ The Players / Manager using somebody not at the Club to "put stories in the press" to PROVOKE A REACTION from the current board about direction of the Club and offer Pochettino a new contract etc

or 3/ Somebody trying to SPIKE any new Shirt Sponsorship deal due this summer (PL team finishing 8th KEEPING all it stars will get TWICE as much as a team selling its stars, imo). Remember the old one was from the days when we had just got promoted from L1 to CC and I believe 5 or 6 CC sides had a better deal last year than us, so we should be due for a very good deal this time and somebody may be trying to spike it.

or 4/ something else

I have been trying to think for the last couple of weeks what the motives of that person CLOSE to the ex-Board is trying to achieve by his "phone calls to the media" ?
Great post. All very internecine and Machiavellian. Would make a good tv series.
I guess there is always an undercurrent or five that us mere fans will never get to the bottom of and sometimes not even grasp because of the complexity of their little games in the shadows.
Simple old bloke me - wouldn't be able to sleep if I had half the truth happily wouldn't be able to understand most of it if explained to me. That's why they're money people and I'm just a I'll give you my money sort of person.
[quote][p][bold]Golden_Salamander[/bold] wrote: The only down side I believe is that the money does not start arriving (paid in instalments) with the Clubs until JulyAugust time - hence any Transfer deals will be late in the window. This is a issue for us because a number of our deals in previous years were done early in the window i.e. Dejan was June, and any 2nd or 3rd payments must be made before that money arrives. On another issue what does every one make of those comments on Twitter by Adam Blackmore on the 15th April where he said :- " Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15 ...for info, there's been a concerted effort to destabilise board at #saintsfc with the Lallana/Shaw to United story - it may turn out true but source has been peddling it to media for weeks - some of us ignore stuff we can't prove/source... " "Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15 .. Who would be keen to see new board struggle after financial figures came out ? ....." "Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15 ... no, you've missed my subtle hint - maybe ex-board people may have an axe to grind !!" "Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport Apr 15 ... phone calls from people close to him aren't a coincidence - doesn't surprise me at all" So somebody CLOSE to the ex board were making calls to the media about players leaving ?????? WHY ???? what are their motives ? Why should they still be interested ??? Could it be ? :- 1/ A TAKEOVER OFFER and the difference between the offer and asking price was say £55m and somebody said something like "We would have to sell a couple of players to accept an offer as low as that " ??? etc. or 2/ The Players / Manager using somebody not at the Club to "put stories in the press" to PROVOKE A REACTION from the current board about direction of the Club and offer Pochettino a new contract etc or 3/ Somebody trying to SPIKE any new Shirt Sponsorship deal due this summer (PL team finishing 8th KEEPING all it stars will get TWICE as much as a team selling its stars, imo). Remember the old one was from the days when we had just got promoted from L1 to CC and I believe 5 or 6 CC sides had a better deal last year than us, so we should be due for a very good deal this time and somebody may be trying to spike it. or 4/ something else I have been trying to think for the last couple of weeks what the motives of that person CLOSE to the ex-Board is trying to achieve by his "phone calls to the media" ?[/p][/quote]Great post. All very internecine and Machiavellian. Would make a good tv series. I guess there is always an undercurrent or five that us mere fans will never get to the bottom of and sometimes not even grasp because of the complexity of their little games in the shadows. Simple old bloke me - wouldn't be able to sleep if I had half the truth happily wouldn't be able to understand most of it if explained to me. That's why they're money people and I'm just a I'll give you my money sort of person. jls217
  • Score: 1

11:48am Wed 7 May 14

jls217 says...

Before we start talking about who this sort of windfall may bring in to the club we should be considering paying those we have and want to hold on to the sort of money where they don't want to consider moving anywhere else for financial gain alone.
Then we can go and buy the whole of the Brazilian U21 squad!
Before we start talking about who this sort of windfall may bring in to the club we should be considering paying those we have and want to hold on to the sort of money where they don't want to consider moving anywhere else for financial gain alone. Then we can go and buy the whole of the Brazilian U21 squad! jls217
  • Score: 6

11:49am Wed 7 May 14

BracknellSaint says...

It does sound an awful lot of money.
While I applaud the comments above about using some for grass roots,right now I am more interested in more of the cash finding it's way into the bank accounts of Adam, Jay, SRL, Luke, Dejan, Morgan, Jack etc..
Why not give them more cash, to end any ideas of a big payday somewhere else, and use the reduction to the wage bill/ transfer fees etc for Sharp, Hoover, Guly,hopefully Dani etc that will be moving on to bring in another CB, another goalscorer, and an extra support striker, to push on to aim at 6th maybe next year and a cup?
Lallana is only human, and he might think that now might his only chance to play at a Man U level top four team(plus the huge wages) but I am praying he will follow LeGod, and stay to lead 'his' team... Wrong message to the squad, and potential new members, if we let him go I'm afraid..
A nervy few months in store I fear, but hope I am wrong...
It does sound an awful lot of money. While I applaud the comments above about using some for grass roots,right now I am more interested in more of the cash finding it's way into the bank accounts of Adam, Jay, SRL, Luke, Dejan, Morgan, Jack etc.. Why not give them more cash, to end any ideas of a big payday somewhere else, and use the reduction to the wage bill/ transfer fees etc for Sharp, Hoover, Guly,hopefully Dani etc that will be moving on to bring in another CB, another goalscorer, and an extra support striker, to push on to aim at 6th maybe next year and a cup? Lallana is only human, and he might think that now might his only chance to play at a Man U level top four team(plus the huge wages) but I am praying he will follow LeGod, and stay to lead 'his' team... Wrong message to the squad, and potential new members, if we let him go I'm afraid.. A nervy few months in store I fear, but hope I am wrong... BracknellSaint
  • Score: 1

11:54am Wed 7 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££

£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet? el caballo santos101
  • Score: 6

12:18pm Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££


£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt . bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -7

12:32pm Wed 7 May 14

DisplacedFan says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Go home if you have one.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Go home if you have one. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 1

12:38pm Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Pompey as you know are still in debt I do recall I did a online survey on how much would I be prepared to pay for a season ticket the difference is you have £ millions coming in and we are still in debt would be interesting what the actual price of season ticket will be coincidently I will be getting one as struggled to get tickets for the Bristol rovers and Plymouth game !
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Pompey as you know are still in debt I do recall I did a online survey on how much would I be prepared to pay for a season ticket the difference is you have £ millions coming in and we are still in debt would be interesting what the actual price of season ticket will be coincidently I will be getting one as struggled to get tickets for the Bristol rovers and Plymouth game ! bluewhiteandred
  • Score: 0

12:44pm Wed 7 May 14

SaintJD says...

Puddletown Saint wrote:
Well I read this:

£15.6M Prize money
£7.5M TV appearance
£23M - Domestic TV Money
£32M - Overseas TV Money

which is £78.1M Add on sponsorship, ticket money and commercial revenues - less wages (£50M) and I agree we will have a lovely war chest for MoPo to spend. My only note of caution is so will every other club!!!!
Wouldn't it be nice if the club took the £62M (ish) gained through TV fees and dedicated at least a percentage to significant ticket price reductions. It would be a nice way to balance the money obtained by people watching from home to benefit the people who pay money to attend the matches - like a loyalty bonus. In particular, you could make season tickets come in at a very significant reduction, so it became almost silly not to have one. Let's get the place rammed every week - something that would go a long way to getting the manager and players to think we're really going somewhere as well as convincing the board there is the fan base to back investment.
[quote][p][bold]Puddletown Saint[/bold] wrote: Well I read this: £15.6M Prize money £7.5M TV appearance £23M - Domestic TV Money £32M - Overseas TV Money which is £78.1M Add on sponsorship, ticket money and commercial revenues - less wages (£50M) and I agree we will have a lovely war chest for MoPo to spend. My only note of caution is so will every other club!!!![/p][/quote]Wouldn't it be nice if the club took the £62M (ish) gained through TV fees and dedicated at least a percentage to significant ticket price reductions. It would be a nice way to balance the money obtained by people watching from home to benefit the people who pay money to attend the matches - like a loyalty bonus. In particular, you could make season tickets come in at a very significant reduction, so it became almost silly not to have one. Let's get the place rammed every week - something that would go a long way to getting the manager and players to think we're really going somewhere as well as convincing the board there is the fan base to back investment. SaintJD
  • Score: 1

12:46pm Wed 7 May 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.
The FA is an NGO whose responsibility is to promote football from the grassroots upwards.
I didn't know they were an NGO.

But I don't think the Prem money goes via them just the Engerland and cup money I guess. We need a body over the whole of English football that isn't just based on the vested interests of a minority of clubs. I really am sounding Socialists now - The Peoples Flag....
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It's an amazing amount of money. Although I'm no socialist I'd actually like to see a governing body of football that skims say 10% and reinvests it in the grass roots of the game. The government was slammed recently for cutting £2m aid to grass roots football, it should cut all its aid and divert it to sports that can't generate their own wealth. Funnily enough I don't think it makes any difference what the increases are, they could double the TV revenues next year and all that will happen is player transfer fees and wages will double, it actually cancels itself out as far as I can see and therefore is pointless.[/p][/quote]The FA is an NGO whose responsibility is to promote football from the grassroots upwards.[/p][/quote]I didn't know they were an NGO. But I don't think the Prem money goes via them just the Engerland and cup money I guess. We need a body over the whole of English football that isn't just based on the vested interests of a minority of clubs. I really am sounding Socialists now - The Peoples Flag.... Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 2

12:48pm Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££




£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Go home if you have one.
So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Go home if you have one.[/p][/quote]So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! . bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -4

12:49pm Wed 7 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
ha ha ha ha ha ha, so because more than one person disagrees with you they must be the same person! for the record blue I am not osprey!
again you can believe all the rubbish you read in the papers about our manager and players being sold but everything coming out of the clubs says different!
yes we are owned by a swiss lady but she comes to games and we know who she is and that her money was made by running decent companies properly. do you still not know who your mystery sheikh owner was or how much money your other sheikh owner didn't have? I don't think you can give criticism of our clubs owners do you? as for the trust they might own part of the club but they don't own it all and you are still paying for the dump you call a stadium!
playing in `untraditional` shirts? why do you care? we are still wearing red and white, are clubs not allowed to change style for a season or 2? is pink a traditional poopey away shirt?
have poopey announced their season ticket prices yet? lets see how much they are going to charge before you get too hung up on our small 4% rise.
you really should try to concentrate more on your own club than ours, your getting a bit obsessive now.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]ha ha ha ha ha ha, so because more than one person disagrees with you they must be the same person! for the record blue I am not osprey! again you can believe all the rubbish you read in the papers about our manager and players being sold but everything coming out of the clubs says different! yes we are owned by a swiss lady but she comes to games and we know who she is and that her money was made by running decent companies properly. do you still not know who your mystery sheikh owner was or how much money your other sheikh owner didn't have? I don't think you can give criticism of our clubs owners do you? as for the trust they might own part of the club but they don't own it all and you are still paying for the dump you call a stadium! playing in `untraditional` shirts? why do you care? we are still wearing red and white, are clubs not allowed to change style for a season or 2? is pink a traditional poopey away shirt? have poopey announced their season ticket prices yet? lets see how much they are going to charge before you get too hung up on our small 4% rise. you really should try to concentrate more on your own club than ours, your getting a bit obsessive now. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 3

12:49pm Wed 7 May 14

SaintJD says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££

£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
Yep, that confirms it - you are a bitter Pompey fan. And does it normally cost £20 to see one of your games. They'll be charging admission to funerals next.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]Yep, that confirms it - you are a bitter Pompey fan. And does it normally cost £20 to see one of your games. They'll be charging admission to funerals next. SaintJD
  • Score: 2

12:51pm Wed 7 May 14

milton road says...

Saints are not and have not been in financial trouble. In the accounts for every Premier club, we were in the top five best run clubs and with only three or four having less debt. In that debt we have paid off most of the new facilities.
The so called 'difficult' situation comment. I believe arose from two things, One the escalating costs of the training facilities compared to their initial cost, which should never have happened. Implying on the extension of the stadium that is a must now, needs to be kept in budget.
Remember FFP rulings do not count structure or infrastructure changes as debt. These are still owner discretion, but no one likes spending more than they have to.
Point 2
The FFP rules from the start of the new season state over the next three seasons the debt allowance for clubs is 30 million. Which is down from 45 million. Which means we have to clear the outstanding transfer debt from what we receive. Deal with players who will no doubt want wage rises to stay. All other costs involved and see where we stand before giving a transfer war chest. This is why we are talking about enlarging our commercial deals and why the ground extension has become something that needs to be done.
No one can now do what Manchester City did spend hundreds of millions on players and have that debt on the club. No one can do what the Glaziers did buy M Utd and debt the club to the eyeballs.
This is what living within our means means. Living within FFP where Man City have just been fined 50 million.
Whether we can still carry transfer fees over to a following season I don't know.
ALso the number of home grown players in a squad is now 8.which has gone up from 5.
I can see transfer fees being hit by the new rules and large wages. Also more big clubs moving for English players from other clubs. Where clubs are desperate for money they will get less for their player. Where the clubs do not need to sell, then they can hold out for top dollar and not sell if it is not matched. This is why it is so important to keep our squad and not sell. This is why the media think the vultures will descend and try to tempt our players, because many do not have 8 English players and want quality. This is why everyone is saying wait till Summer, the club need a very clear and progressive plan to keep everyone on board. They have to show intent to progress and do it within certain financial restraints.
Saints are not and have not been in financial trouble. In the accounts for every Premier club, we were in the top five best run clubs and with only three or four having less debt. In that debt we have paid off most of the new facilities. The so called 'difficult' situation comment. I believe arose from two things, One the escalating costs of the training facilities compared to their initial cost, which should never have happened. Implying on the extension of the stadium that is a must now, needs to be kept in budget. Remember FFP rulings do not count structure or infrastructure changes as debt. These are still owner discretion, but no one likes spending more than they have to. Point 2 The FFP rules from the start of the new season state over the next three seasons the debt allowance for clubs is 30 million. Which is down from 45 million. Which means we have to clear the outstanding transfer debt from what we receive. Deal with players who will no doubt want wage rises to stay. All other costs involved and see where we stand before giving a transfer war chest. This is why we are talking about enlarging our commercial deals and why the ground extension has become something that needs to be done. No one can now do what Manchester City did spend hundreds of millions on players and have that debt on the club. No one can do what the Glaziers did buy M Utd and debt the club to the eyeballs. This is what living within our means means. Living within FFP where Man City have just been fined 50 million. Whether we can still carry transfer fees over to a following season I don't know. ALso the number of home grown players in a squad is now 8.which has gone up from 5. I can see transfer fees being hit by the new rules and large wages. Also more big clubs moving for English players from other clubs. Where clubs are desperate for money they will get less for their player. Where the clubs do not need to sell, then they can hold out for top dollar and not sell if it is not matched. This is why it is so important to keep our squad and not sell. This is why the media think the vultures will descend and try to tempt our players, because many do not have 8 English players and want quality. This is why everyone is saying wait till Summer, the club need a very clear and progressive plan to keep everyone on board. They have to show intent to progress and do it within certain financial restraints. milton road
  • Score: 7

12:57pm Wed 7 May 14

StElsass says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance? StElsass
  • Score: 2

1:01pm Wed 7 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

SaintJD wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££


£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
Yep, that confirms it - you are a bitter Pompey fan. And does it normally cost £20 to see one of your games. They'll be charging admission to funerals next.
Even that would be a dead loss !
[quote][p][bold]SaintJD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]Yep, that confirms it - you are a bitter Pompey fan. And does it normally cost £20 to see one of your games. They'll be charging admission to funerals next.[/p][/quote]Even that would be a dead loss ! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -1

1:04pm Wed 7 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Go home if you have one.
So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .
I would be happy with a nice firendly draw, but that is asking a lot, new Manager syndrome has a habit of mesing us up.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Go home if you have one.[/p][/quote]So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .[/p][/quote]I would be happy with a nice firendly draw, but that is asking a lot, new Manager syndrome has a habit of mesing us up. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -3

1:15pm Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

StElsass wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££




£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?
No I don't work for the press so are Saints new season tickets on sale now
yes Just looked
So would be foolish to buy if Saints sell all their stars see below

Whether you are looking to renew your seat for the coming campaign or a new applicant, 2014/15 Season Tickets are now on sale.
Current Season Ticket Holders will have until the close of business on Friday 30th May to secure their current seat or to apply to move to another location.
During the period from today (Tuesday 29th April) until Friday 30th May, those seats that were not permanently occupied during the 2013/14 campaign will be on sale to new applicants.






Sales will then pause until Monday 9th June, during which time all transfer applications will be
[quote][p][bold]StElsass[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?[/p][/quote]No I don't work for the press so are Saints new season tickets on sale now yes Just looked So would be foolish to buy if Saints sell all their stars see below Whether you are looking to renew your seat for the coming campaign or a new applicant, 2014/15 Season Tickets are now on sale. Current Season Ticket Holders will have until the close of business on Friday 30th May to secure their current seat or to apply to move to another location. During the period from today (Tuesday 29th April) until Friday 30th May, those seats that were not permanently occupied during the 2013/14 campaign will be on sale to new applicants. Sales will then pause until Monday 9th June, during which time all transfer applications will be bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -3

1:29pm Wed 7 May 14

StElsass says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
StElsass wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?
No I don't work for the press so are Saints new season tickets on sale now
yes Just looked
So would be foolish to buy if Saints sell all their stars see below

Whether you are looking to renew your seat for the coming campaign or a new applicant, 2014/15 Season Tickets are now on sale.
Current Season Ticket Holders will have until the close of business on Friday 30th May to secure their current seat or to apply to move to another location.
During the period from today (Tuesday 29th April) until Friday 30th May, those seats that were not permanently occupied during the 2013/14 campaign will be on sale to new applicants.






Sales will then pause until Monday 9th June, during which time all transfer applications will be
I was asking because you seem to share the same obsession as some of their journos with all things Saints and judging by your last post it is affecting your mental abilities.
Have you just wet yourself?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]StElsass[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?[/p][/quote]No I don't work for the press so are Saints new season tickets on sale now yes Just looked So would be foolish to buy if Saints sell all their stars see below Whether you are looking to renew your seat for the coming campaign or a new applicant, 2014/15 Season Tickets are now on sale. Current Season Ticket Holders will have until the close of business on Friday 30th May to secure their current seat or to apply to move to another location. During the period from today (Tuesday 29th April) until Friday 30th May, those seats that were not permanently occupied during the 2013/14 campaign will be on sale to new applicants. Sales will then pause until Monday 9th June, during which time all transfer applications will be[/p][/quote]I was asking because you seem to share the same obsession as some of their journos with all things Saints and judging by your last post it is affecting your mental abilities. Have you just wet yourself? StElsass
  • Score: 4

1:33pm Wed 7 May 14

jls217 says...

BracknellSaint wrote:
It does sound an awful lot of money.
While I applaud the comments above about using some for grass roots,right now I am more interested in more of the cash finding it's way into the bank accounts of Adam, Jay, SRL, Luke, Dejan, Morgan, Jack etc..
Why not give them more cash, to end any ideas of a big payday somewhere else, and use the reduction to the wage bill/ transfer fees etc for Sharp, Hoover, Guly,hopefully Dani etc that will be moving on to bring in another CB, another goalscorer, and an extra support striker, to push on to aim at 6th maybe next year and a cup?
Lallana is only human, and he might think that now might his only chance to play at a Man U level top four team(plus the huge wages) but I am praying he will follow LeGod, and stay to lead 'his' team... Wrong message to the squad, and potential new members, if we let him go I'm afraid..
A nervy few months in store I fear, but hope I am wrong...
Hear hear Bracknell. There will be concerns right up to and including the whistle going on the first game of the season. We have a few diamonds in the team with a few rough diamonds clawing their way through the youth and reserve sides. Our first priority must be doing our utmost to keep them in a Saints shirt and not watching them score against us in a Manure shirt etc. Then we can spend on shoring up the team to push onwards. Others seem to disagree with you but I reckon you're spot on.
[quote][p][bold]BracknellSaint[/bold] wrote: It does sound an awful lot of money. While I applaud the comments above about using some for grass roots,right now I am more interested in more of the cash finding it's way into the bank accounts of Adam, Jay, SRL, Luke, Dejan, Morgan, Jack etc.. Why not give them more cash, to end any ideas of a big payday somewhere else, and use the reduction to the wage bill/ transfer fees etc for Sharp, Hoover, Guly,hopefully Dani etc that will be moving on to bring in another CB, another goalscorer, and an extra support striker, to push on to aim at 6th maybe next year and a cup? Lallana is only human, and he might think that now might his only chance to play at a Man U level top four team(plus the huge wages) but I am praying he will follow LeGod, and stay to lead 'his' team... Wrong message to the squad, and potential new members, if we let him go I'm afraid.. A nervy few months in store I fear, but hope I am wrong...[/p][/quote]Hear hear Bracknell. There will be concerns right up to and including the whistle going on the first game of the season. We have a few diamonds in the team with a few rough diamonds clawing their way through the youth and reserve sides. Our first priority must be doing our utmost to keep them in a Saints shirt and not watching them score against us in a Manure shirt etc. Then we can spend on shoring up the team to push onwards. Others seem to disagree with you but I reckon you're spot on. jls217
  • Score: 2

1:46pm Wed 7 May 14

jls217 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Is that the best you can come up with knob head. It gets more pathetic each time you re-gurgitate it. When we were on our chin straps and you were riding that false wave of euphoria that you had briefly - I might have listened to your bile and being a fair minded sort of bloke might even have thought that we deserved no less from a bottom of the harbour dweller. The difference between our turn of fortune is that it was all bona fide money, skill of the board and the managers and the latent talent of our young stars. Yours was all smoke and mirrors, no substance and having a few thousand fans who think they "Own" their club is not a recipe for success as you will find out this coming season and the next 30 seasons. Wake up and smell the coffee mate - you want to see football as it should be played? Come to St Mary's our internationals will put a smile back on your face.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Is that the best you can come up with knob head. It gets more pathetic each time you re-gurgitate it. When we were on our chin straps and you were riding that false wave of euphoria that you had briefly - I might have listened to your bile and being a fair minded sort of bloke might even have thought that we deserved no less from a bottom of the harbour dweller. The difference between our turn of fortune is that it was all bona fide money, skill of the board and the managers and the latent talent of our young stars. Yours was all smoke and mirrors, no substance and having a few thousand fans who think they "Own" their club is not a recipe for success as you will find out this coming season and the next 30 seasons. Wake up and smell the coffee mate - you want to see football as it should be played? Come to St Mary's our internationals will put a smile back on your face. jls217
  • Score: 4

1:51pm Wed 7 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

milton road wrote:
Saints are not and have not been in financial trouble. In the accounts for every Premier club, we were in the top five best run clubs and with only three or four having less debt. In that debt we have paid off most of the new facilities.
The so called 'difficult' situation comment. I believe arose from two things, One the escalating costs of the training facilities compared to their initial cost, which should never have happened. Implying on the extension of the stadium that is a must now, needs to be kept in budget.
Remember FFP rulings do not count structure or infrastructure changes as debt. These are still owner discretion, but no one likes spending more than they have to.
Point 2
The FFP rules from the start of the new season state over the next three seasons the debt allowance for clubs is 30 million. Which is down from 45 million. Which means we have to clear the outstanding transfer debt from what we receive. Deal with players who will no doubt want wage rises to stay. All other costs involved and see where we stand before giving a transfer war chest. This is why we are talking about enlarging our commercial deals and why the ground extension has become something that needs to be done.
No one can now do what Manchester City did spend hundreds of millions on players and have that debt on the club. No one can do what the Glaziers did buy M Utd and debt the club to the eyeballs.
This is what living within our means means. Living within FFP where Man City have just been fined 50 million.
Whether we can still carry transfer fees over to a following season I don't know.
ALso the number of home grown players in a squad is now 8.which has gone up from 5.
I can see transfer fees being hit by the new rules and large wages. Also more big clubs moving for English players from other clubs. Where clubs are desperate for money they will get less for their player. Where the clubs do not need to sell, then they can hold out for top dollar and not sell if it is not matched. This is why it is so important to keep our squad and not sell. This is why the media think the vultures will descend and try to tempt our players, because many do not have 8 English players and want quality. This is why everyone is saying wait till Summer, the club need a very clear and progressive plan to keep everyone on board. They have to show intent to progress and do it within certain financial restraints.
Milton, I think you might have the eufa and premier league ffp rules mixed up.
prem league overspend for three seasons, from 2013/14 is £105mill. uefa overspend for European cups is €45mill.
we will pay the outstanding transfer fees owed as we would have anyway because it would have been budgeted for. as you say infrastructure doesn't count. wasn't our footballing debt around £7mill? if so we have plenty of leeway within the prem league FFP as the eufa rules don't affect us.
mancy are likely to be fined £50mill payable over 3 years, wont really affect them but they are also expected to be given a reduction in champions league squad from 25 to 21 and a cap on their wages to this seasons level. they have to comply with the 8 locally trained player restrictions as every club but that doesn't mean the players have to be English, spider qualifies for us, as I understand it any player who has been with an English/british club for more than 3 years qualifies if they are between the ages of 15 and 21.
[quote][p][bold]milton road[/bold] wrote: Saints are not and have not been in financial trouble. In the accounts for every Premier club, we were in the top five best run clubs and with only three or four having less debt. In that debt we have paid off most of the new facilities. The so called 'difficult' situation comment. I believe arose from two things, One the escalating costs of the training facilities compared to their initial cost, which should never have happened. Implying on the extension of the stadium that is a must now, needs to be kept in budget. Remember FFP rulings do not count structure or infrastructure changes as debt. These are still owner discretion, but no one likes spending more than they have to. Point 2 The FFP rules from the start of the new season state over the next three seasons the debt allowance for clubs is 30 million. Which is down from 45 million. Which means we have to clear the outstanding transfer debt from what we receive. Deal with players who will no doubt want wage rises to stay. All other costs involved and see where we stand before giving a transfer war chest. This is why we are talking about enlarging our commercial deals and why the ground extension has become something that needs to be done. No one can now do what Manchester City did spend hundreds of millions on players and have that debt on the club. No one can do what the Glaziers did buy M Utd and debt the club to the eyeballs. This is what living within our means means. Living within FFP where Man City have just been fined 50 million. Whether we can still carry transfer fees over to a following season I don't know. ALso the number of home grown players in a squad is now 8.which has gone up from 5. I can see transfer fees being hit by the new rules and large wages. Also more big clubs moving for English players from other clubs. Where clubs are desperate for money they will get less for their player. Where the clubs do not need to sell, then they can hold out for top dollar and not sell if it is not matched. This is why it is so important to keep our squad and not sell. This is why the media think the vultures will descend and try to tempt our players, because many do not have 8 English players and want quality. This is why everyone is saying wait till Summer, the club need a very clear and progressive plan to keep everyone on board. They have to show intent to progress and do it within certain financial restraints.[/p][/quote]Milton, I think you might have the eufa and premier league ffp rules mixed up. prem league overspend for three seasons, from 2013/14 is £105mill. uefa overspend for European cups is €45mill. we will pay the outstanding transfer fees owed as we would have anyway because it would have been budgeted for. as you say infrastructure doesn't count. wasn't our footballing debt around £7mill? if so we have plenty of leeway within the prem league FFP as the eufa rules don't affect us. mancy are likely to be fined £50mill payable over 3 years, wont really affect them but they are also expected to be given a reduction in champions league squad from 25 to 21 and a cap on their wages to this seasons level. they have to comply with the 8 locally trained player restrictions as every club but that doesn't mean the players have to be English, spider qualifies for us, as I understand it any player who has been with an English/british club for more than 3 years qualifies if they are between the ages of 15 and 21. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 0

1:54pm Wed 7 May 14

milton road says...

i still the future is ours for the owners to win as I said above. No one wants to leave the club as long as they see progress and that means an additional two or three players of quality. Maybe some wage restructuring. I don't really see anyone going to M Utd they are not in Europe so it would not be progress. The only reason a player could want to leave would be CL football. They would have to consider that with an 8 man home grown contingent now in place for squads, that they maybe being purchased to sit most of the season on the bench as a safety net rather than a main player. Whereas with us they get every chance. If the owners do the business right, then everyone will be here next season and that will be the crunch, I think after that if we have not qualified for Europe then we will lose players.
Few clubs if any would give our players the freedom they have had to play under Adkins and Poch.
i still the future is ours for the owners to win as I said above. No one wants to leave the club as long as they see progress and that means an additional two or three players of quality. Maybe some wage restructuring. I don't really see anyone going to M Utd they are not in Europe so it would not be progress. The only reason a player could want to leave would be CL football. They would have to consider that with an 8 man home grown contingent now in place for squads, that they maybe being purchased to sit most of the season on the bench as a safety net rather than a main player. Whereas with us they get every chance. If the owners do the business right, then everyone will be here next season and that will be the crunch, I think after that if we have not qualified for Europe then we will lose players. Few clubs if any would give our players the freedom they have had to play under Adkins and Poch. milton road
  • Score: 0

2:20pm Wed 7 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££






£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Go home if you have one.
So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .
I would be happy with a nice firendly draw, but that is asking a lot, new Manager syndrome has a habit of mesing us up.
firendly = friendly, of course. Are the "on the Pitch Brigade" planning anything this year or will we be allowed to enjoy the Team and their families doing a well deserved lap of honour?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Go home if you have one.[/p][/quote]So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .[/p][/quote]I would be happy with a nice firendly draw, but that is asking a lot, new Manager syndrome has a habit of mesing us up.[/p][/quote]firendly = friendly, of course. Are the "on the Pitch Brigade" planning anything this year or will we be allowed to enjoy the Team and their families doing a well deserved lap of honour? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -4

2:33pm Wed 7 May 14

callcopse says...

right back in the bar wrote:
Blackknight wrote:
This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.
Puka pies are awful anyway. The catering at St Ms is some of the worst you will find. A few decent beers and something good to scoff is part of the day out but I doubt anything will be done to improve this.
I don't tend to go for the pies, prefer a pub lunch on the way, or just to eat at home. I would say though that I do actually really like the Saints Ale they have these days at half time - beats the crappy fizzy stuff anyhow.
[quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackknight[/bold] wrote: This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.[/p][/quote]Puka pies are awful anyway. The catering at St Ms is some of the worst you will find. A few decent beers and something good to scoff is part of the day out but I doubt anything will be done to improve this.[/p][/quote]I don't tend to go for the pies, prefer a pub lunch on the way, or just to eat at home. I would say though that I do actually really like the Saints Ale they have these days at half time - beats the crappy fizzy stuff anyhow. callcopse
  • Score: 1

3:35pm Wed 7 May 14

warrens 76 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
I am as much Saints as anyone here and have 'battled' with our blue foes as a youngster full on…but respect were it is due Portsmuff have always had a better relationship and attitude to their fans than our previous boards and staff and I am going back to the 70's…

They do not like us and once we were indifferent to them, however when you are hated long enough you turn hence why we 8loody sing about them now when we never used to…

..nonetheless bitter rivalry as it now is does not stop me admiring their support and club fan interaction ...
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]I am as much Saints as anyone here and have 'battled' with our blue foes as a youngster full on…but respect were it is due Portsmuff have always had a better relationship and attitude to their fans than our previous boards and staff and I am going back to the 70's… They do not like us and once we were indifferent to them, however when you are hated long enough you turn hence why we 8loody sing about them now when we never used to… ..nonetheless bitter rivalry as it now is does not stop me admiring their support and club fan interaction ... warrens 76
  • Score: 1

4:16pm Wed 7 May 14

Chipster says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££

£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
The Liebherr's are entitled to recoup some of their investment, it is after all a business which from where I'm standing is being run in the correct manner. After all we don't want to end up a basket case like yourselves, do we my fishy friend?
As for you reducing ticket prices by 50% for some of your games it didn't do you a lot of good, even with the discount you couldn't fill the shed. After all, who wants to watch a pub side?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]The Liebherr's are entitled to recoup some of their investment, it is after all a business which from where I'm standing is being run in the correct manner. After all we don't want to end up a basket case like yourselves, do we my fishy friend? As for you reducing ticket prices by 50% for some of your games it didn't do you a lot of good, even with the discount you couldn't fill the shed. After all, who wants to watch a pub side? Chipster
  • Score: 4

4:20pm Wed 7 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££







£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Go home if you have one.
So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .
I would be happy with a nice firendly draw, but that is asking a lot, new Manager syndrome has a habit of mesing us up.
firendly = friendly, of course. Are the "on the Pitch Brigade" planning anything this year or will we be allowed to enjoy the Team and their families doing a well deserved lap of honour?
Don't forget the Northam chant "If Guly scores were on the pitch"!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Go home if you have one.[/p][/quote]So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .[/p][/quote]I would be happy with a nice firendly draw, but that is asking a lot, new Manager syndrome has a habit of mesing us up.[/p][/quote]firendly = friendly, of course. Are the "on the Pitch Brigade" planning anything this year or will we be allowed to enjoy the Team and their families doing a well deserved lap of honour?[/p][/quote]Don't forget the Northam chant "If Guly scores were on the pitch"! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -5

5:05pm Wed 7 May 14

Beer Monster says...

callcopse wrote:
right back in the bar wrote:
Blackknight wrote:
This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.
Puka pies are awful anyway. The catering at St Ms is some of the worst you will find. A few decent beers and something good to scoff is part of the day out but I doubt anything will be done to improve this.
I don't tend to go for the pies, prefer a pub lunch on the way, or just to eat at home. I would say though that I do actually really like the Saints Ale they have these days at half time - beats the crappy fizzy stuff anyhow.
Yep I tend to have a big fry up or lunch on the way there and whatever takeaway I stumble into on the way home. Is that too stereotypical?

Going to take Mrs Monster and her little lad to a pre-season friendly or two, so we may end up sampling the catering...
[quote][p][bold]callcopse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]right back in the bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackknight[/bold] wrote: This can only mean pies will be more expensive next season.[/p][/quote]Puka pies are awful anyway. The catering at St Ms is some of the worst you will find. A few decent beers and something good to scoff is part of the day out but I doubt anything will be done to improve this.[/p][/quote]I don't tend to go for the pies, prefer a pub lunch on the way, or just to eat at home. I would say though that I do actually really like the Saints Ale they have these days at half time - beats the crappy fizzy stuff anyhow.[/p][/quote]Yep I tend to have a big fry up or lunch on the way there and whatever takeaway I stumble into on the way home. Is that too stereotypical? Going to take Mrs Monster and her little lad to a pre-season friendly or two, so we may end up sampling the catering... Beer Monster
  • Score: 1

5:33pm Wed 7 May 14

Clever Dick says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
StElsass wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?
No I don't work for the press so are Saints new season tickets on sale now
yes Just looked
So would be foolish to buy if Saints sell all their stars see below

Whether you are looking to renew your seat for the coming campaign or a new applicant, 2014/15 Season Tickets are now on sale.
Current Season Ticket Holders will have until the close of business on Friday 30th May to secure their current seat or to apply to move to another location.
During the period from today (Tuesday 29th April) until Friday 30th May, those seats that were not permanently occupied during the 2013/14 campaign will be on sale to new applicants.






Sales will then pause until Monday 9th June, during which time all transfer applications will be
Whether we sell any players or not the huge majority of season ticket holders will renew. Why? Because we support the Saints of course. You don't seem to have got your head around the fact that players come and go in EVERY club. Let's face it the huge number of season ticket holders you keep telling us you have shell out their money to watch total dross in cr@ppy facilities. Why? Because they support Poopey God help them. Any of our players moving on will command very large fees, which will fund replacements. Any of yours moving on will bring in nothing and will just add to the queue at the Job centre.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]StElsass[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?[/p][/quote]No I don't work for the press so are Saints new season tickets on sale now yes Just looked So would be foolish to buy if Saints sell all their stars see below Whether you are looking to renew your seat for the coming campaign or a new applicant, 2014/15 Season Tickets are now on sale. Current Season Ticket Holders will have until the close of business on Friday 30th May to secure their current seat or to apply to move to another location. During the period from today (Tuesday 29th April) until Friday 30th May, those seats that were not permanently occupied during the 2013/14 campaign will be on sale to new applicants. Sales will then pause until Monday 9th June, during which time all transfer applications will be[/p][/quote]Whether we sell any players or not the huge majority of season ticket holders will renew. Why? Because we support the Saints of course. You don't seem to have got your head around the fact that players come and go in EVERY club. Let's face it the huge number of season ticket holders you keep telling us you have shell out their money to watch total dross in cr@ppy facilities. Why? Because they support Poopey God help them. Any of our players moving on will command very large fees, which will fund replacements. Any of yours moving on will bring in nothing and will just add to the queue at the Job centre. Clever Dick
  • Score: 0

7:15pm Wed 7 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
StElsass wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?
No I don't work for the press so are Saints new season tickets on sale now
yes Just looked
So would be foolish to buy if Saints sell all their stars see below

Whether you are looking to renew your seat for the coming campaign or a new applicant, 2014/15 Season Tickets are now on sale.
Current Season Ticket Holders will have until the close of business on Friday 30th May to secure their current seat or to apply to move to another location.
During the period from today (Tuesday 29th April) until Friday 30th May, those seats that were not permanently occupied during the 2013/14 campaign will be on sale to new applicants.






Sales will then pause until Monday 9th June, during which time all transfer applications will be
are you trying to suggest that saints will sell our star players between the 30th april and 9th june then blue?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]StElsass[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance?[/p][/quote]No I don't work for the press so are Saints new season tickets on sale now yes Just looked So would be foolish to buy if Saints sell all their stars see below Whether you are looking to renew your seat for the coming campaign or a new applicant, 2014/15 Season Tickets are now on sale. Current Season Ticket Holders will have until the close of business on Friday 30th May to secure their current seat or to apply to move to another location. During the period from today (Tuesday 29th April) until Friday 30th May, those seats that were not permanently occupied during the 2013/14 campaign will be on sale to new applicants. Sales will then pause until Monday 9th June, during which time all transfer applications will be[/p][/quote]are you trying to suggest that saints will sell our star players between the 30th april and 9th june then blue? el caballo santos101
  • Score: -1

7:29pm Wed 7 May 14

DisplacedFan says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Go home if you have one.
So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .
Your thoughts are of no interest to me. Stick to your own blue nightmare way down there in the lower leagues.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Go home if you have one.[/p][/quote]So will saints beat POMPEYS 8th position and 57 points highest position in premier I think Man utd will not a big push over they beat fighting Hull the other night I will be hooked and you must Win ! .[/p][/quote]Your thoughts are of no interest to me. Stick to your own blue nightmare way down there in the lower leagues. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 3

7:44pm Wed 7 May 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

jls217 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££




£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated.
With
possible loss of manager
possible loss of stars
then
4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars
Still playing in un traditional shirt .
Is that the best you can come up with knob head. It gets more pathetic each time you re-gurgitate it. When we were on our chin straps and you were riding that false wave of euphoria that you had briefly - I might have listened to your bile and being a fair minded sort of bloke might even have thought that we deserved no less from a bottom of the harbour dweller. The difference between our turn of fortune is that it was all bona fide money, skill of the board and the managers and the latent talent of our young stars. Yours was all smoke and mirrors, no substance and having a few thousand fans who think they "Own" their club is not a recipe for success as you will find out this coming season and the next 30 seasons. Wake up and smell the coffee mate - you want to see football as it should be played? Come to St Mary's our internationals will put a smile back on your face.
Post of the week - well said that man!
[quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]osprey Saint yes we are worlds apart not only in the leagues and set up , your club Swiss owners and Pompey trust are worlds apart in the view what's best for the fans and how they are treated. With possible loss of manager possible loss of stars then 4% extra to pay to watch these missing stars Still playing in un traditional shirt .[/p][/quote]Is that the best you can come up with knob head. It gets more pathetic each time you re-gurgitate it. When we were on our chin straps and you were riding that false wave of euphoria that you had briefly - I might have listened to your bile and being a fair minded sort of bloke might even have thought that we deserved no less from a bottom of the harbour dweller. The difference between our turn of fortune is that it was all bona fide money, skill of the board and the managers and the latent talent of our young stars. Yours was all smoke and mirrors, no substance and having a few thousand fans who think they "Own" their club is not a recipe for success as you will find out this coming season and the next 30 seasons. Wake up and smell the coffee mate - you want to see football as it should be played? Come to St Mary's our internationals will put a smile back on your face.[/p][/quote]Post of the week - well said that man! TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: -2

8:00pm Wed 7 May 14

up saints says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££

£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
enjoy next season in the basement division and we will enjoy the premiership.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]enjoy next season in the basement division and we will enjoy the premiership. up saints
  • Score: 1

8:02pm Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££


£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder. bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -1

8:23pm Wed 7 May 14

jls217 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale? jls217
  • Score: 3

8:50pm Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

jls217 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££




£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?
No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?
[quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?[/p][/quote]No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then? bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -1

8:54pm Wed 7 May 14

el caballo santos101 says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
so fantastic news for you blue, you can now go waste £360 on a 2 season ticket. what is the increase after the `early skate` offer ends?
good idea to get the kids in, did you realise we have a similar offer? free under 11 season ticket in the family centre when brought with 2 adult season tickets.
you haven't answered my other question yet blue, so again do you think saints are going to sell all our stars, and there are many, before 9th june?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]so fantastic news for you blue, you can now go waste £360 on a 2 season ticket. what is the increase after the `early skate` offer ends? good idea to get the kids in, did you realise we have a similar offer? free under 11 season ticket in the family centre when brought with 2 adult season tickets. you haven't answered my other question yet blue, so again do you think saints are going to sell all our stars, and there are many, before 9th june? el caballo santos101
  • Score: 1

9:28pm Wed 7 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
jls217 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?
No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?
Could HAVE!
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?[/p][/quote]No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?[/p][/quote]Could HAVE! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -1

9:29pm Wed 7 May 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
The coming seasons will tell everything Blue. How many of the years of your life were you above us, seven? Will you ever be again in your life? Nope.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]The coming seasons will tell everything Blue. How many of the years of your life were you above us, seven? Will you ever be again in your life? Nope. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 0

9:59pm Wed 7 May 14

Clever Dick says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
jls217 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?
No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?
Who knows? Irrelevant question. They haven't put it up 10%, they've put it up 4%. We've been watching great football all season so there are not too many complaints. However if we had been watching a bunch of donkeys down in the bargain basement playing schoolboy football we would be expecting a reduction. In fact we wouldn't expect to pay anything at all to watch a standard of football we could find on local parks pitches.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?[/p][/quote]No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?[/p][/quote]Who knows? Irrelevant question. They haven't put it up 10%, they've put it up 4%. We've been watching great football all season so there are not too many complaints. However if we had been watching a bunch of donkeys down in the bargain basement playing schoolboy football we would be expecting a reduction. In fact we wouldn't expect to pay anything at all to watch a standard of football we could find on local parks pitches. Clever Dick
  • Score: 2

10:43pm Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

Clever Dick wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
jls217 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££






£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?
No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?
Who knows? Irrelevant question. They haven't put it up 10%, they've put it up 4%. We've been watching great football all season so there are not too many complaints. However if we had been watching a bunch of donkeys down in the bargain basement playing schoolboy football we would be expecting a reduction. In fact we wouldn't expect to pay anything at all to watch a standard of football we could find on local parks pitches.
That's a clever dicks comment well 18025 chose to pay rather than go and watch Sholing or Eastleigh and Saints at the small crowd at Swansea
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?[/p][/quote]No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?[/p][/quote]Who knows? Irrelevant question. They haven't put it up 10%, they've put it up 4%. We've been watching great football all season so there are not too many complaints. However if we had been watching a bunch of donkeys down in the bargain basement playing schoolboy football we would be expecting a reduction. In fact we wouldn't expect to pay anything at all to watch a standard of football we could find on local parks pitches.[/p][/quote]That's a clever dicks comment well 18025 chose to pay rather than go and watch Sholing or Eastleigh and Saints at the small crowd at Swansea bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -1

10:50pm Wed 7 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££




£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
The coming seasons will tell everything Blue. How many of the years of your life were you above us, seven? Will you ever be again in your life? Nope.
Seven glorious years then we caught the administration virus off of you ?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]The coming seasons will tell everything Blue. How many of the years of your life were you above us, seven? Will you ever be again in your life? Nope.[/p][/quote]Seven glorious years then we caught the administration virus off of you ? bluewhiteandred
  • Score: -1

10:53pm Wed 7 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
The coming seasons will tell everything Blue. How many of the years of your life were you above us, seven? Will you ever be again in your life? Nope.
Seven glorious years then we caught the administration virus off of you ?
Sadly it turned out not to be the terminal variant.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]The coming seasons will tell everything Blue. How many of the years of your life were you above us, seven? Will you ever be again in your life? Nope.[/p][/quote]Seven glorious years then we caught the administration virus off of you ?[/p][/quote]Sadly it turned out not to be the terminal variant. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

11:15pm Wed 7 May 14

Clever Dick says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
jls217 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££







£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?
No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?
Who knows? Irrelevant question. They haven't put it up 10%, they've put it up 4%. We've been watching great football all season so there are not too many complaints. However if we had been watching a bunch of donkeys down in the bargain basement playing schoolboy football we would be expecting a reduction. In fact we wouldn't expect to pay anything at all to watch a standard of football we could find on local parks pitches.
That's a clever dicks comment well 18025 chose to pay rather than go and watch Sholing or Eastleigh and Saints at the small crowd at Swansea
The Liberty stadium was full. How many more fans do you think could have gone?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?[/p][/quote]No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?[/p][/quote]Who knows? Irrelevant question. They haven't put it up 10%, they've put it up 4%. We've been watching great football all season so there are not too many complaints. However if we had been watching a bunch of donkeys down in the bargain basement playing schoolboy football we would be expecting a reduction. In fact we wouldn't expect to pay anything at all to watch a standard of football we could find on local parks pitches.[/p][/quote]That's a clever dicks comment well 18025 chose to pay rather than go and watch Sholing or Eastleigh and Saints at the small crowd at Swansea[/p][/quote]The Liberty stadium was full. How many more fans do you think could have gone? Clever Dick
  • Score: 2

8:38am Thu 8 May 14

Stroppy_gramps says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££





£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
The coming seasons will tell everything Blue. How many of the years of your life were you above us, seven? Will you ever be again in your life? Nope.
Seven glorious years then we caught the administration virus off of you ?
Well no.... you caught the administration virus because Dirty 'Arry was spending money you didn't have to buy the FA Cup.
Our problem was that Rupert Lowe was an idiot who should never have been allowed near a football club.

learn your lesson skate - no one who ever did anything buy paying for it on the never-never came out ahead.
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]The coming seasons will tell everything Blue. How many of the years of your life were you above us, seven? Will you ever be again in your life? Nope.[/p][/quote]Seven glorious years then we caught the administration virus off of you ?[/p][/quote]Well no.... you caught the administration virus because Dirty 'Arry was spending money you didn't have to buy the FA Cup. Our problem was that Rupert Lowe was an idiot who should never have been allowed near a football club. learn your lesson skate - no one who ever did anything buy paying for it on the never-never came out ahead. Stroppy_gramps
  • Score: 0

8:40am Thu 8 May 14

Stroppy_gramps says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££



£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
So this 'secure your seat' offer.....

does it come with a free bungee or some duct tape to stop your seat falling apart like the rest of the Kipper Shed?
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]So this 'secure your seat' offer..... does it come with a free bungee or some duct tape to stop your seat falling apart like the rest of the Kipper Shed? Stroppy_gramps
  • Score: 1

10:20am Thu 8 May 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Clever Dick wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
jls217 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
££££££££££








£££££££££
So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ?
You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game.
So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .
your club had to reduce costs to get people in!
a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players.
you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low!
you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me.
NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really.
how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt!
I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts.
have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?
Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ?

Secure your seat at Fratton Park

Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign.

And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?
No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?
Who knows? Irrelevant question. They haven't put it up 10%, they've put it up 4%. We've been watching great football all season so there are not too many complaints. However if we had been watching a bunch of donkeys down in the bargain basement playing schoolboy football we would be expecting a reduction. In fact we wouldn't expect to pay anything at all to watch a standard of football we could find on local parks pitches.
That's a clever dicks comment well 18025 chose to pay rather than go and watch Sholing or Eastleigh and Saints at the small crowd at Swansea
The Liberty stadium was full. How many more fans do you think could have gone?
CD, you're wasting your time, blue, white and inbred wouldn't understand the word 'full'.
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: ££££££££££ £££££££££ So with all this money coming in and with sadly the sale of perhaps some players why have Saints put up your season tickets costs up by 4% answer yourselves that ? You may think oh just a bitter Pompey fan I do recall one games during the season Pompey reduced the cost by 50% to £10 for a game. So how much of this sky riches go back in to the club and how much goes in to the Liebherr pot ? Cortesse did well £2 million .[/p][/quote]your club had to reduce costs to get people in! a season ticket rise of just 4% will help the club to progress and isn't a huge amount, and most saints fans are happy to pay if it helps the club buy better players. you could pick up a saints season ticket for this season for £630 yours cost £360, what do you think is better value? we were paying just £270 more than you to watch the best league in the world whilst you were paying £360 to watch L2, cant give you a L2 saints season ticket price as we`ve never been that low! you can believe all the media hype you like about the sale of our players but as yet no deals have been done and the club has said they will try all they can to keep them, if that means increased wages paid for by the increase in season tickets then that's fine by me. NC did do well for his wages, I`m sure your lot would love to pay that to have someone save your club and take it from L1 (again L2 for you but we haven't sunk that low) to the prem in just 3 years whilst running the club properly and within a sound financial structure, £2mill quite cheap really. how much goes into KL`s pot? well that's up to her as its her company and its there to make her money not to be run as a charity. however as her father paid just £15mill for a club that's now worth £150mill+ I think she has a good return for the investment, even if you add in the £20mill+ that was tuned into shares to wipe out the debt! I really don't think we need to take financial advise from a poopey fan though. if you add up all the incomes from prize and tv monies (approx. £114mill) its still less than your club owed in taxes and other debts. have your club released its season ticket prices for next year yet?[/p][/quote]Good news ironic the day you asked what poor old Pompey are doing for their fans we have not got your sky money coming and the millions from sale of players here is your answer will Pompey be above your 4% price increase ? Secure your seat at Fratton Park Pompey have announced a price freeze on all early bird season tickets and fans have until July 12 to guarantee their seats for the 2014/15 League Two campaign. And, in another crowd-pleasing gesture, children under the age of 10 can now attend Fratton Park for free in the South Stand Lower provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.[/p][/quote]Children under 10 will be the mainstay of your team if you sink any lower. Why do you have to secure your seat at Farton Krap, are times that hard that someone is flogging them at the boot sale?[/p][/quote]No ones complaining about the 4% price increase they could of got away with 10% increase then?[/p][/quote]Who knows? Irrelevant question. They haven't put it up 10%, they've put it up 4%. We've been watching great football all season so there are not too many complaints. However if we had been watching a bunch of donkeys down in the bargain basement playing schoolboy football we would be expecting a reduction. In fact we wouldn't expect to pay anything at all to watch a standard of football we could find on local parks pitches.[/p][/quote]That's a clever dicks comment well 18025 chose to pay rather than go and watch Sholing or Eastleigh and Saints at the small crowd at Swansea[/p][/quote]The Liberty stadium was full. How many more fans do you think could have gone?[/p][/quote]CD, you're wasting your time, blue, white and inbred wouldn't understand the word 'full'. Strasbourg Saint
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