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Hey guys,

You may remember at the AGM that PJ mentioned that there was to be a new sponsor/ corporate partner that was to come on board sometime this month.

Do we know when this is likely to happen (unless I've missed something) and who the new company may be?

I'm always excited by these types announcements as more corporate support is always good news!

Gippy

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In case anybody's wondering, a number of posts have been removed from this thread due to the removal of an earlier post by its author.

Without that post, everything else didn't really make sense so it's best left out unless we can start again with what the author believes can appropriately be said.

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In case anybody's wondering, a number of posts have been removed from this thread due to the removal of an earlier post which was subsequently removed by its author.

Without that post, everything else didn't really make sense so it's best left out unless we can start again with what the author believes can appropriately be said.

I think that makes sense!

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In case anybody's wondering, a number of posts have been removed from this thread due to the removal of an earlier post by its author.

Without that post, everything else didn't really make sense so it's best left out unless we can start again with what the author believes can appropriately be said.

I always miss the stuff the gets removed :)

Why should we start worrying now about what here makes sense and what doesn't? Hasn't been a problem before. :-)))))

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The conclusion to this matter might come March 14 at the commencement dinner.

Seems a very strange night to hold the commencement dinner. Didn't they look at the fixture - it clashes with the first match of the season.

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Seems a very strange night to hold the commencement dinner. Didn't they look at the fixture - it clashes with the first match of the season.

Why, its only Pies v Dockers at Etihad? Who cares? For those few that do care, there is taping available and a whole night of replays on Fox Footy.

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Man, I was getting so confused with what was going on on this thread...

I'm guessing that the new sponsor isn't looking at apparel sponsorship because I'm sure MFC don't want to be changing jumpers/shorts the night before our first match.

Gippy

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Seems a very strange night to hold the commencement dinner. Didn't they look at the fixture - it clashes with the first match of the season.

A couple of years ago the Bluey Truscott night coincided with an AFL Preliminary Final also involving Collingwood.

Fortunately, in this day of AFL iPhone apps it's possible to attend the commencement dinner, keep up with the evenings AFL activities and watch the game AND be rude and unsociable to the others at your table - all at the same time!

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Why, its only Pies v Dockers at Etihad? Who cares? For those few that do care, there is taping available and a whole night of replays on Fox Footy.

Quite so if your only interest in footy is MFC but mine goes a lot further and I find the first game of an AFL season very enjoyable. It's when the real stuff starts and marks the spot in time we've been waiting for all preseason. Watching a replay is of little value when you in all likelihood the result will be known.

To organize this function on this night when so many other nights would have been available seems odd to me and rather poor planning.

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Quite so if your only interest in footy is MFC but mine goes a lot further and I find the first game of an AFL season very enjoyable. It's when the real stuff starts and marks the spot in time we've been waiting for all preseason. Watching a replay is of little value when you in all likelihood the result will be known.

To organize this function on this night when so many other nights would have been available seems odd to me and rather poor planning.

Stay home & watch the game then.
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Quite so if your only interest in footy is MFC but mine goes a lot further and I find the first game of an AFL season very enjoyable. It's when the real stuff starts and marks the spot in time we've been waiting for all preseason. Watching a replay is of little value when you in all likelihood the result will be known.

To organize this function on this night when so many other nights would have been available seems odd to me and rather poor planning.

I suppose they thought a friday night with most having the day off the next day would maximise attendance.

I think you are in a very, very small minority.

I don't think many MFC fans would feel the same as you, if they could either attend the season opener function and hear the Coach and meet the players, or stay home and watch the pies. If money was not a factor I think the result would be 99.9% in favour of attending the function.

Also they probably wanted it to be just before the season opener and so that limits it to only a couple of options and other weekend options would also involve another club's TV game.

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I suppose they thought a friday night with most having the day off the next day would maximise attendance.

I think you are in a very, very small minority.

I don't think many MFC fans would feel the same as you, if they could either attend the season opener function and hear the Coach and meet the players, or stay home and watch the pies. If money was not a factor I think the result would be 99.9% in favour of attending the function.

Also they probably wanted it to be just before the season opener and so that limits it to only a couple of options and other weekend options would also involve another club's TV game.

I agree but why does it have to be either/or? It could so easily be "both". If 5 people make the decision not to go because it clashes with the opening night that $1,000 lost.

After all, I could stay at home, save $200, watch the opening game of the season and then go to the website and most likely see all the presentations by the coaches/players anyway.

I'm going but I don't understand the scheduling.

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