Author Topic: Boycott Wolves anyway, f*** it.  (Read 14553 times)

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Offline morla84

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« Reply #25 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 09:20:45 am »
Probably a terrible idea, but could they not hold a meeting on the day of the game? Could get sky cameras in, get extra publicity etc... Shots of half empty stands and then a packed labour club would send a powerful message

Offline NobbyOhNobby

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« Reply #26 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 09:24:15 am »
Probably a terrible idea, but could they not hold a meeting on the day of the game? Could get sky cameras in, get extra publicity etc... Shots of half empty stands and then a packed labour club would send a powerful message
Might struggle to get 52k in the labour club

Offline morla84

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« Reply #27 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 09:26:38 am »
Doubt the wolves fans will all join in, 49k should all squeeze in imo

Offline Dokko

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« Reply #28 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 09:29:47 am »
Haven’t stepped foot inside the sports direct arena for years, it’s not a big deal. Can’t see why people struggle to stay away.

They deserve him.

Offline reefatoon

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« Reply #29 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:05:57 am »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.

Offline polkaDot

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« Reply #30 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:10:50 am »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.

Exactly! a totaly stupid move that confuses the issue. Throw your f***ing tenis balls at all the other matches!

Offline Away Day Gadgie

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« Reply #31 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:11:37 am »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.
This kind of s**** pisses me right off.  Self important w*****s trying to hi-jack something that can benefit the long term future of the club just so they can say, “We did that!”

The same thing happened when the walk-out was planned for the 69th minute (i think) and then someone started trying to push a walk-out at a different minute.  It turned it into a bit of a farce really.
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« Reply #32 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:13:02 am »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.

They're not.

Online Greg

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« Reply #33 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:13:23 am »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.
This kind of s**** pisses me right off.  Self important w*****s trying to hi-jack something that can benefit the long term future of the club just so they can say, “We did that!”

The same thing happened when the walk-out was planned for the 69th minute (i think) and then someone started trying to push a walk-out at a different minute.  It turned it into a bit of a farce really.

This is not happening. Calm down.

Offline morla84

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« Reply #34 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:14:04 am »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.
Spoof account real one is 1892 ?s=19

Offline Benwell Lad

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« Reply #35 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:14:43 am »
While you've got to admire those who are genuinely boycotting, i.e. actually have something to give up, again this looks like a lot of people who don't go anyway, some of who probably couldn't point at Newcastle on a map, asking "the sheep" to sacrifice what they've already paid for.
Just a suggestion but why don't the protesters who have nothing to give up or boycott, offer to buy tickets off "the sheep" (at face value of course) and then not use them.
Surely that would make them feel better about themselves and show that they are not just asking others to make a sacrifice on their behalf ?

Offline reefatoon

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« Reply #36 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:16:41 am »
Aahh, didn’t realise it was a spoof account pushing it. My bad.

Offline Paully

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« Reply #37 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:38:28 am »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.

Eh - who from tf is pushing that? I’m in their WA chat and I’ve checked the twtitter accounts and can’t see anything?!

Offline TheGuv

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« Reply #38 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:43:24 am »
Great sentiment. It would be great if pubs could get behind this and on production of your ST you get discounted beers for the duration of the match? Increases their bar takings and might make people more inclined to drink and watch in a pub

Offline binnsy

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« Reply #39 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:47:27 am »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.

Eh - who from tf is pushing that? I’m in their WA chat and I’ve checked the twtitter accounts and can’t see anything?!

some mackem has a spoof michael martin account on twitter

Offline Infinitely Content

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« Reply #40 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:47:30 am »
Throwing tennis balls on the pitch? What? Sounds like an awful idea anyway, Wolves or any other game. Should probably let the players try focus on winning a football match & aim the protests to their rightful direction.

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Online Kid Icarus

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« Reply #41 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 11:58:10 am »
It was a fake account, it's not happening. :lol:
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Offline Paully

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« Reply #42 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 12:14:50 pm »
Aha FFS - I should have guessed!

Offline polkaDot

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« Reply #43 on: Saturday 27 October 2018, 02:09:54 pm »
Why are true faith pushing the “go to the Wolves game and throw tennis balls on the pitch” when a boycott for that match has been mooted? Do it on another matchday and get fully behind the boycott. Mixed messages like that are what destroys any chance of things happening.

Eh - who from tf is pushing that? I’m in their WA chat and I’ve checked the twtitter accounts and can’t see anything?!

some mackem has a spoof michael martin account on twitter

c*** caught me out. MM needs a blue tick!

Offline Wallsendmag

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« Reply #44 on: Wednesday 31 October 2018, 02:38:56 am »

Sadly this type are by far in the majority.
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Offline LRD

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« Reply #45 on: Wednesday 31 October 2018, 03:49:52 am »
Well, enjoy Ashley sitting comfy in his seat having an easy ride for the next 30, 40 years (maybe 50 considering NUFC's luck) as we keep being a yo-yo club whose only ambition is to fight off relegation so that Ashley, not the club, gets his TV money then.

You have people who kept saying that we will have a higher chance of a new owner when we are in the PL. With the club in the PL, Ashley will not sell when there's TV money and those fans will not turn on him. Take out the PL money and have us in the lower divisions for a few seasons and we may well see light.
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It’s a small boy clambering up stadium steps for the very first time, gripping his father’s hand, gawping at that hallowed stretch of turf beneath him and, without being able to do a thing about it, falling in love." – Sir Bobby Robson

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Offline summerof69

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« Reply #46 on: Wednesday 31 October 2018, 06:25:36 am »

Sadly this type are by far in the majority.


Someone should reply with” will you be supporting the team, though? Or will you be sitting in silence and going ape s*** when Joselu misplaces a pass?

Offline Scoot

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« Reply #47 on: Wednesday 31 October 2018, 06:39:25 am »

Sadly this type are by far in the majority.

Yeah exactly. The amount of people Ive seen who said they are going to the Wolves game is quite sad really. They cant even boycott 1 game FFS. Its just so selfish like.

This is why I think none of this stuff that the magpie group have planned will work. There's just too many fucken happy clappers who will do NOTHING about what Ashley is doing.

Offline Darth Crooks

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« Reply #48 on: Wednesday 31 October 2018, 06:41:09 am »
It’s the not supporting someone/something by paying money to them. I don’t get. You be told, fine - that’s your reason. If I buy a poppy, for all the controversy that surrounds it, I’m supporting help for heroes. Do I have issues with the poppy being appropriated? Yes.

Do I want to support injured veterans? Yes. Why the f*** would you pay to fund something you purport to hate. Help for heroes mike ain’t. And why should your opinion on players and managers be respected despite to being entitled to it if you are going to just willingly ignore the biggest issue. You can’t demand respect that way, the same way I can’t denand what you do. Genie is out of the boycott bottle now so we’ve just got to hope enough critical thought prevails. That probably sounds patronising but meh.


Offline reefatoon

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« Reply #49 on: Wednesday 31 October 2018, 07:04:55 am »
Wow, the hostility in her towards it, f***ing hell. Nobody is ramming it down anyone’s throat either you f***ing drama queen. This is the kind of useless, modern day, clueless numpty that turns up to games now. She will be sitting there on her phone throughout and then join in the odd “boo” when she thinks she needs too.

For me, the club can have Ashley as these daft arses deserve him, and there are far too many of them with this dopey blinkered view.

Shove your boycott up your arse???? People are trying their hardest to get this club back, and be able to be proud of it again you daft thick brexit bint.