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  • #16
    Originally posted by CroydonCaptainJack View Post

    A few years back Fulham were in the Prem and enjoyed a great European run under Hodgson. I don't think supporting us has been fashionable for a long time has it?
    OK OK nit picker quite a few years ago then ! Croydon is hardly the back waters of outer Mongolia Fulham once had the lowest gates in London , surely you know what I was getting at

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    • #17
      Originally posted by dogsrrs View Post

      OK OK nit picker quite a few years ago then ! Croydon is hardly the back waters of outer Mongolia Fulham once had the lowest gates in London , surely you know what I was getting at
      Fair enough but our gates have historically been reasonably consistent. We have a hardcore of about 9k

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      • #18
        Originally posted by CroydonCaptainJack View Post

        Fair enough but our gates have historically been reasonably consistent. We have a hardcore of about 9k
        And if kids find other clubs more appealing ?????

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        • #19
          On a positive note....

          He's a proper QPR man and a proper educated person who quite frankly speaks very well. Good intereview

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          • #20
            Originally posted by CroydonCaptainJack View Post

            Fair enough but our gates have historically been reasonably consistent. We have a hardcore of about 9k
            And are being left behind 9k will soon go down when youngsters say i'd rather go to brentford let alone chelsea, fulham, spurs etc
            These hurdles put in front of FL league clubs is like sieving soil.
            Only the bigger lumps stay in and rest fall through, we are being "sieved" into a Rochdale, Forest Green Accy Stanley, not
            through a fault of our own but by financial penalties enforced by some ex Leeds sh*thead who doesn't believe in sport and the sporting ladder
            but business.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by QPRDave View Post

              And are being left behind 9k will soon go down when youngsters say i'd rather go to brentford let alone chelsea, fulham, spurs etc
              These hurdles put in front of FL league clubs is like sieving soil.
              Only the bigger lumps stay in and rest fall through, we are being "sieved" into a Rochdale, Forest Green Accy Stanley, not
              through a fault of our own but by financial penalties enforced by some ex Leeds sh*thead who doesn't believe in sport and the sporting ladder
              but business.
              No Dave I'm not so sure they believe in business as much as the status quo of the big boys , business is about Jack Cohen turning a corner shop into a super market (Tesco ) ffp is about not allowing upstarts likes of liecester and Blackburn winning the title

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Stanley View Post

                Yet he said "this is a season of transition", implying that next season will have higher aims?...
                we are in transition every season and the next one will be no different,maybe even worse imo. What with parachute payments finishing,lots of players out of contract at end of the season and with no money to offer a decent wage,it's gonna be grim.
                wasn't long ago Ferdinand was saying we were gonna push for play offs but then fat tone says staying up is priority. Not Amits fault for sure but board members are never on same wavelength.

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                • #23
                  What can he say really?
                  QPR
                  Best team in the world
                  Sort of

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                  • #24
                    Thought he spoke well actually What did people really think he would come out and say. He said exactly what the situation really is and didn't sugarcoat anything. Why can't you all understand the way things are. I bet if he had said the sky is blue you would have still moaned. And whoever said about it's no longer a level playing field. When has it ever been and it wouldn't exactly be a level playing field for clubs without mega rich owners even if we were able to spend.

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                    • #25
                      well we can just hope that this ridiculous system that we all voted for is thrown away because thats the only chance we have of getting out of the division
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by dogsrrs View Post

                        No Dave I'm not so sure they believe in business as much as the status quo of the big boys , business is about Jack Cohen turning a corner shop into a super market (Tesco ) ffp is about not allowing upstarts likes of liecester and Blackburn winning the title

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by qprjeff1882 View Post
                          Thought he spoke well actually What did people really think he would come out and say. He said exactly what the situation really is and didn't sugarcoat anything. Why can't you all understand the way things are. I bet if he had said the sky is blue you would have still moaned. And whoever said about it's no longer a level playing field. When has it ever been and it wouldn't exactly be a level playing field for clubs without mega rich owners even if we were able to spend.


                          Why can`t you all understand the way things are!...........What that we was told the clubs moving forward getting rid of the last manager and not progressing.....but going backwards you mean.....You say why can`t we understand yet we

                          had a manager before who was fitting our exact requirements and we`ve employed a manager who has not carried on the good work.....and changed our plans/direction we thought we were going.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by powerrangers View Post



                            Why can`t you all understand the way things are!...........What that we was told the clubs moving forward getting rid of the last manager and not progressing.....but going backwards you mean.....You say why can`t we understand yet we

                            had a manager before who was fitting our exact requirements and we`ve employed a manager who has not carried on the good work.....and changed our plans/direction we thought we were going.
                            You spent first season telling everyone give Holloway time. Think you need practice what you preach.

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                            • #29
                              We had our chance and blew it. Now our short to medium term future will be Millwall /Charlton like.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by powerrangers View Post



                                why can`t you all understand the way things are!...........what that we was told the clubs moving forward getting rid of the last manager and not progressing.....but going backwards you mean.....you say why can`t we understand yet we

                                had a manager before who was fitting our exact requirements and we`ve employed a manager who has not carried on the good work.....and changed our plans/direction we thought we were going.
                                oh god no holloway again

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