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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by foreverbury, 6 Sep 2019.
You rum little **** ;)
If you do not wish to give that is your choice no issue with that but if you do donate you are not doing so to a failed football team though, but to the supporters trust that is trying to resurrect a new club. Big difference.
They tried that at Moston Rag Socks and the place was run by egomaniacs, nepotism and cronyism.... Now 2 million in debt because the members took their eye off the ball...
Once held up as the shining example of how to run things..... Still waiting David Conn's piece on their shoddy management and downfall.....
I was saying that there are alot more important and needy charities (including the one that Vinny has donated all of tonight's proceeds to,) than a local football team that is still operational but is not longer in the EFL.
You of all people should know about money that could have been better spent by Manchester Council instead of wasting it on a local football team.
Well as I said you continue to give your hard won/earned money to local football teams you have no real affiliation to, and the rest of us more concerned about real world problems will give our money to far more deserving and needy charities.
Yes... Agree on the last paragraph.... That is why they are seeking funding from elsewhere ie donations. They shouldn't need funding from the council if they can save Gigg Lane.
To be honest how many millions and millions have been raised for cancer research? How much nearer are they to finding an end to it?
How many jobs would be lost if a cure for cancer was found tomorrow?
His tenner to Bury is much better spent
I said on the other thread that City were a failed football club and were on the verge of going under. The fact that we had 40k plus crowds did not stop us from being on the verge. It is really short sighted to have a "fuck you, I'm alright" attitude to other British clubs. The ultimate outcome will be the European Super league, something that would drive many people away from football. If we are real football fans then we should care about other clubs and football in general, if we are happy to ignore them and their plight we are sleepwalking into a European Super League.
But surety that should have the caveat of "well run local" clubs?
Hundreds of well run non league clubs exist and are much more worthy of patronage than Bury.
I've put a couple of quid in, the same as i have done in the past for Brighton and Radcliffe Boro.