FC United thread

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Mayor West, 21 Apr 2015.

  1. quiet_riot

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    The St. Andrew's lot got a 'judges' prize' - bunch of twats (FCUM, Andrew's and the judges.)
     
  2. mancityvstoke

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    seems lots got money not just one
     
  3. NorthManc7

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    Yeah the vast majority of which was raised by the supporters, and the sport England / football foundation grants were only secured because of the club's previous history with community work so not sure what your point is exactly.
     
  4. NorthManc7

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    FCUM have never tried to merge with Bury, sounds like someone is pulling your leg mate. The people of Moston didn't "overrule" anything either. As has been mentioned previously the majority were in favour, and a lot of those originally opposed have now accepted the club and even attend events at the ground. There was even an M40 4FC group set up in the local area to support the development.
     
  5. 1961_vintage

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    Given the absolute shit-tip that Moston has become, would a relatively successful FCUM not be a good thing for the local community?
     
  6. bakerdave76

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    As for your work in the community, I ask via twitter how many time a year do you help the homeless people, no one would answer, once a year xmas time , and they also said that's why we need the new lighting, bullshit I help feed homeless people we go of a portable light system!ps did you have permission to use the homeless lad in the video you done for M&s I doubt it !! Rant over
     
  7. ancoats

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    big no vote matey
    http://www.manchestereveningnews.co...-news/high-court-judge-to-rule-whether-697892

    Residents opposed to the plans launched legal proceedings after Manchester council gave the breakaway club permission to build the ground on the site of Ronald Johnson Playing Fields last year They have now succeeded in forcing a review, which will be heard over a day and a half at Manchester’s Civil Justice Centre

    yep sounds like the people of moston open there hands to welcome FCUM hahahahahahahahahaha it was a shambles and both fcum and the manchester city council went and did what they want anyway so the people of moston hope fcum rot in hell

    moston and broadhurst park was my home for many years and the miners eastate was blue as there come back in my day and i would have never backed anything that lot of scum was building. even if you fool people about being built for the community bollocks the people will never back fcum never
     
  8. Bilboblue

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    Beat Telford 3-1 today and out the relegation places by a point.

    Twats.
     
  9. Tanzeylee

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    Err excuse me I wear retro Adidas with a Manchester haircut (whatever that is but it was cut in Manchester) but I’m hung like a Shetland pony
     
  10. Mad Eyed Screamer

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    Don't mix up Moston with M40.
    M40 is also Miles Platting, Newton Heath, Ancoats and Collyhurst as well as Moston.
    People in Moston haven't as such accepted it but they really have no fucking choice about it. Having been someone who was heavily involved in the campaign (and no, not because I was a Blue) I look back and see I (and others) wasted our time and effort. It was fait accompli from day one. You knew it, Andy Walsh (whatever happened to him!) Knew it and the council knew it. Councillor Murphy was the biggest bull shitting liar over it.

    I'd be interested to know what facilities will be at the stadium that schools will use in the bar area that are not available in their schools.
    Also please give examples of work done with the Moston community rather than just say it is happening. The work with the homeless at Xmas was to be applauded (and great free publicity too) but simply bussing people in and out of the area on one day of the year doesn't really solve anything.
    Meanwhile your partners Moston Juniors feel more and more detached from the partnership.....
     

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