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Mate my 20 year membership certificate is signed by Mark Neeld. It could be worse. 

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Fair enough Old Dee. My Dad died late last year, so this is my first season without him, and it has taken on a melancholy tone as a result. But I must say, I did feel perked up after a couple of beaut

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3 minutes ago, Demon_spurs said:

44623, that's a 200 jump in the past 2 hours

I finally got around to renewing my MCC/MFC membership this afternoon. That’s our fourth for the household.

Girl I spoke to said they’ve been very busy.

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15 minutes ago, PaulRB said:

R U OK old Dee? 

Other than the problems of the ageing process I am fine Paul. Sadly you reach a point where something's are more important than others. With the virus and others things, going to the G is dropping in desirability. 

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15 minutes ago, old dee said:

Other than the problems of the ageing process I am fine Paul. Sadly you reach a point where something's are more important than others. With the virus and others things, going to the G is dropping in desirability. 

Fair enough Old Dee. My Dad died late last year, so this is my first season without him, and it has taken on a melancholy tone as a result. But I must say, I did feel perked up after a couple of beautiful goals by the boys on the weekend, accompanied by the roar of the crowd, and Dad would have approved and felt likewise.

I hope when covid is sorted, and you feel safe, you can return to the G, so one day we can enjoy us lifting that elusive cup..

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26 minutes ago, PaulRB said:

Fair enough Old Dee. My Dad died late last year, so this is my first season without him, and it has taken on a melancholy tone as a result. But I must say, I did feel perked up after a couple of beautiful goals by the boys on the weekend, accompanied by the roar of the crowd, and Dad would have approved and felt likewise.

I hope when covid is sorted, and you feel safe, you can return to the G, so one day we can enjoy us lifting that elusive cup..

I thought of my Dad last Sunday night too. Long gone, he saw most of our flags in person and he'd have loved that performance.

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3 hours ago, old dee said:

They won't miss and old worn joker like me.

Oh ffs OD, get some life about you, you old bluster bus! We/they need your $$$$ as much now as previously. 😉

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5 hours ago, old dee said:

The level of membership is getting near the point where they don't need me any longer. 50k and a good results year in 2021 and I will be faced with a big decision. 

WHAT KIND OF TALK IS THIS??

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2 more to the tally!

Finally got my twin daughters' first memberships finalised, after a reasonably complex scenario was handled with aplomb and relative efficiency by a particular individual down at the membership department. A great customer experience.

With their packs unlikely to arrive for their birthday next week, the club says they'll send birthday cards in lieu of the delay - let's see if they come by then! In any case, I can't wait to take them to their first game at the G - maybe Queens Birthday!

But my true thanks goes out to @roy11for his thoughtful generosity and getting it all happening - cheers mate 🙂😉

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

WHAT KIND OF TALK IS THIS??

Just someone who the ageing process is catching up with, somethings become way less important than they used to be.

 

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17 hours ago, Demon_spurs said:

44623, that's a 200 jump in the past 2 hours

Almost 45k now, 44,934.

 

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I'd be happy with 52,000ish this season.

If we can go deep and go on with the job next year we should be able to push for 55,000-60,000 in 2022.

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1 hour ago, A F said:

I'd be happy with 52,000ish this season.

If we can go deep and go on with the job next year we should be able to push for 55,000-60,000 in 2022.

That's another 10 -15k if we win Saturday night perhaps 5- 10. Without that 15 looks a big ask.

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

That's another 10 -15k if we win Saturday night perhaps 5- 10. Without that 15 looks a big ask.

It's another 7k given we just hit 45k.

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1 hour ago, A F said:

It's another 7k given we just hit 45k.

Ok my mistake. I think we will struggle to get beyond 55 next year even if we finish top four this year. We Don’t have big numbers of supporters. 

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