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Jamie87

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  1. As a boy, I used to live very close to him. Never answered the door on Halloween. To an 11 year old, that was enough to put him on my shitlist for life.
  2. I want Ashley gone. I have boycotted the club - not buying a shirt, not attending games, not going to Sports Direct, not paying a fee to watch our games. I support the idea of further boycotting of the club, more people boycotting. I believe this will cause more pressure. I also support the idea of fan ownership. Having an NUST presence on the board, even if they don't have a meaningful vote, would mean at least a presence in the decision-making room. I think that's worth a £50 gamble. If it doesn't happen, I've given money to charity. No big loss. I can't see why anyone wo
  3. I reckon they won't do it then.
  4. Rio Ferdinand suggested doing this right? A whip round to buy the club.
  5. Thrown in £50. Might as well. QQ: What if PIF pledge £330m?
  6. I'm also feeling a wave of optimism alongside all these emoceans Yup, hopefully we can send Bruce back to hull It's either that or he'll go down with this ship.
  7. I agree to a certain extent, but I also think it's worth us all putting our efforts into something meaningful. I've personally found it very cathartic replying to @premierleague posts on Twitter, but it's really just making me feel better and venting. It won't change anything. I'm afraid this letter is a bit like that. I won't say it's childish, or wrong even, but it doesn't lay down the groundwork for a meaningful legal battle with the EPL. It should mention the grounds for litigation at least, rather than just threatening it, i.e. what law has been broken? @redrosemichelle seems to have put
  8. Is that genuine response that someone's had? Yeah, a screenshot of the actual email has been sent to NUST on Twitter. Link?
  9. People mocked the idea that this could affect people's mental health. Well I tell you what, this is pretty fucking depressing. I think I might actually be done, like properly. I don't want to just make up the numbers and turn up so other teams can have something to beat. Until Ashley leaves, dies of old age, or someone takes a drastic measure against him, we will forever be a bad joke. Fuck the Premier League and their little boys club, fuck what football has become and fuck Mike Ashley, he's done more to harm the regions well-being than anyone I can think of, and he gets to walk around breath
  10. Episode 7 includes a cameo from this guy: The "Geordie" from Castle. Took me right out of the moment and the whole show is now ruined for me.
  11. Is this sold out now? I can't see it on the nufc.co.uk as a fixture to but for...
  12. Yes, Retailers are predominantly interested in returns for sure. Return on Ad Spend (ROAS = Revenue generated/Ad spend) is the normal metric they're interested in. But let's keep it simpler with Cost Per Acquisition (CPA = Cost/Sales). I gave you an example where costs were reduced and sales not increased. That's still an improvement in average CPA. They'd be happy with that. Totally agree that I'm making assumptions. As we both are. But I would take you up on your wager. Spend limits are a naive way to control spend. Bid and CPC is a much better way. If you're capping out and losing imp
  13. Yes, Retailers are predominantly interested in returns for sure. Return on Ad Spend (ROAS = Revenue generated/Ad spend) is the normal metric they're interested in. But let's keep it simpler with Cost Per Acquisition (CPA = Cost/Sales). I gave you an example where costs were reduced and sales not increased. That's still an improvement in average CPA. They'd be happy with that. Totally agree that I'm making assumptions. As we both are. But I would take you up on your wager. Spend limits are a naive way to control spend. Bid and CPC is a much better way. If you're capping out and losing imp
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