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The B-Ark / Re: Wonky Goalposts?
« on: Today at 02:58:37 PM »
 Perhaps they got bent from Neil Redferns ferocious free kicks hitting them lol

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The B-Ark / Re: York City
« on: December 12, 2018, 12:21:27 AM »
Yes and we got nothing >:(
But we did get The Chestnuts, and they would seem to be providing a more likely decent future for our club than all the parachute payments have for York. I know which camp I'd sooner be in. UTP.

Totally agree, let's be honest we would have been history without them. They have guided us through stormy waters & steadied the Pigrims ship. Also given us a solid foundation to build on, not boom & bust.
Totally agree with you Champs, they have done a great job.

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The B-Ark / Re: York City
« on: December 11, 2018, 06:36:17 AM »
Yes YC, as with all relegated League 2 clubs York City received a £472,0000 parachute payment for their fated season in the Conference. Last season in the CN they received a further parachute payment of £236,000. Not forgetting during their final season in League 2; as with all other clubs in that Division, they would have received a £472,000 Premier League basic award + a £430,000 Premier League solidarity payment.
OMG I am shocked, what the hell have they done with all that money, we and many more clubs like us can only dream of such funds.
If they have squandered all of that money they deserve to go bankrupt.
When some non-league are being wound up in the high court for debt's of less than £100k it's really disgusting that clubs like York get this kind of money.

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Wrexham 2-2 Boston
Att 2867

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The B-Ark / Re: York City
« on: December 10, 2018, 09:50:36 PM »
They are obviously have huge problems at York City on and off the field.
With a new stadium being built you would have thought things would be buzzing there.
The problems have been going on for years at the club, and from what was on show yesterday, you could easily see them getting relegated again, based on the lack of fight and commitment from the players.
The manager is doing the blame game and his public slagging off of the players wasn't smart.

They had struggled in League 2 for a few years; however appointing Jackie McNamara Manager in 2015 threw them into financial freefall. Unable to keep them in the FL in his first season, during the following summer he was given an open cheque book to get them back in League 2. Around 20 players given lucrative 2 yr deals, this only brought another relegation to the CN. Falling attendances, mounting debts, massive contract pay outs to numerous unwanted players, a royal mess. The supporters community trust rejected a local companies attempt to finance the club pre season after McNamara ( who was sacked as manager in 2017 & promoted to Chief Executive?) was forced out, along with the Chairman. A York fan I worked with recently said they are in "financial meltdown & the slide is way from over".
Really not good news Champs, so they could be sat in a new stadium but bankrupt.
Didn't they get a parachute payments from being relegated from the FL, or doesn't that apply to that league.

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The B-Ark / Re: York City
« on: December 10, 2018, 09:03:41 AM »
They are obviously have huge problems at York City on and off the field.
With a new stadium being built you would have thought things would be buzzing there.
The problems have been going on for years at the club, and from what was on show yesterday, you could easily see them getting relegated again, based on the lack of fight and commitment from the players.
The manager is doing the blame game and his public slagging off of the players wasn't smart.


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The B-Ark / Re: Josh Hine
« on: December 09, 2018, 04:41:50 PM »
Johnson lives in Derby.
So the traveling shouldn't be an issue then.
Unless he doesn't drive or have transportation.

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The B-Ark / Re: Josh Hine
« on: December 09, 2018, 02:15:37 PM »
It shouldn't impact finances if CE operates within the Chestnuts' guidelines - which I imagine he is. Whether we've been paying one player for the period or ten players, as long as the overall amount doesn't increase then I see no issue.

TEP
Looks like the revolving door is starting to produce a decent side now, and we still have plenty of time to make a real promotion push.
But the next 4 to 5 weeks will define our season as we have some very tough teams to play.
Can see another couple of players coming in yet though.
I think CE would still like a centre back to play alongside Qualter. He took Jones on loan rather than playing Harris there. For me Harris is ok there, but I think CE sees him as a stop two when required.

Speaking of the revolving door, where was Andre Johnson avain, yesterday? Is he the next one due to go to Dave Frecklington at Matlock? Yesterday they picked (Inc subs) 8 former Pilgrims!
I have always rated Andre, he can and does score goals, could it be a location thing again?
Yes TTT a centre back should definitely be on the Christmas shopping list, Jones was outstanding in that position for us, just a shame Salford wouldn't let him stay with us.
I have heard a rumour from a Guisley fan, a friend of mine that Reece Thompson may be having his contract cancelled and moving on.
He doesn't know we're though.

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The B-Ark / Re: Josh Hine
« on: December 09, 2018, 09:28:01 AM »
It shouldn't impact finances if CE operates within the Chestnuts' guidelines - which I imagine he is. Whether we've been paying one player for the period or ten players, as long as the overall amount doesn't increase then I see no issue.

TEP
Looks like the revolving door is starting to produce a decent side now, and we still have plenty of time to make a real promotion push.
But the next 4 to 5 weeks will define our season as we have some very tough teams to play.
Can see another couple of players coming in yet though.

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The B-Ark / Re: York City
« on: December 09, 2018, 05:34:19 AM »
Just watched York City's manager Sam Collins slag his player's off for 10 minutes on his post match interview.
Looks like he has got a real team spirit going on.
Never heard anything like it, he just moans on about how bad the players are, but doesn't mention once that it might actually be the fact that he got his tactics wrong or Boston just were better than them.
What a complete cock.

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The B-Ark / Re: York City
« on: December 09, 2018, 05:05:06 AM »
Happy Chubby tonight.
Well done everyone.

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The B-Ark / Re: Josh Hine
« on: December 09, 2018, 05:03:05 AM »
Revolving door. Let's get used to it. If you sign a player mid season and you want to see how he fits into your team then you have to give him game time in your team. If he's not as good as you thought then move him on. If we're in and  about the play offs and not crippling the club financially then what's the problem.

TEP
No problem, it's not my money.

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The B-Ark / Re: Josh Hine
« on: December 08, 2018, 03:35:38 PM »
This isn't a revolving door any more, it's a bloody spin dryer.

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The B-Ark / Josh Hine
« on: December 08, 2018, 03:34:25 PM »
Has moved on to Colne FC, BUFC have retained his registration.

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The B-Ark / Re: York City
« on: December 08, 2018, 01:42:58 PM »
. They have "Ironside" on loan from Kiddy.

Will he be mobile enough in his wheelchair? ;)
Looks like they seem to go for ageing strikers, whoo are probably past there best playing day's.

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