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IN TODAYS sun the news is mr chansiri WONT be selling the club and is staying even if relegated,i think this is part of a long term plan with the new manager ect,there also could be a big sponsor,so sorry folks its his club and ground and as he owns it all theres little we can do,i think if this is true we would be better off working with him,until he may decide to sell as not to put off investers thinking bad of fans,

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Yes I saw this. He must be confident in his ability to continue funding the Owls so fair play to him for that. I'd like to think we're on the right track now as well,  need to put a decent run together and the doubters will recede. Tough ask though.

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I hope he's serious he's doing a great job.

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3 hours ago, bassett one said:

IN TODAYS sun the news is mr chansiri WONT be selling the club and is staying even if relegated,i think this is part of a long term plan with the new manager ect,there also could be a big sponsor,so sorry folks its his club and ground and as he owns it all theres little we can do,i think if this is true we would be better off working with him,until he may decide to sell as not to put off investers thinking bad of fans,

You can have my seat then Bassett. I won’t be needing it next year if he’s still here.

 

Season ticket sales are going to be very interesting.

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23 minutes ago, Prettytom said:

You can have my seat then Bassett. I won’t be needing it next year if he’s still here.

 

Season ticket sales are going to be very interesting.

You'll be there Pal like all us who support our clubs it's in your blood.

I've only done two home matches this season due to circumstances but will still buy my season ticket next season.

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I have been watching the owls for nearly seventy years. A season ticket holder since 1967. The same seat in the north stand since 1979. I think I can say that I am a true Wednesdayite.  These last couple of seasons I've found it hard to go and watch when it's  very cold. My body is telling me to pack it in, but no, I'm a Wednesdayite through and through. I have said that this will be my last season but I know deep down that I will be there next season whatever division we are in. If it it were not for Mr. Chansiri we would not be here today in my opinion. However, I question his methods of how the club should be run. I am of the opinion that he hasn't a clue what we true supporters feel like and how deep our emotions run. I  honestly don't know why he became involved in the first place. Having said that we are stuck with him so I would say to all Wednedayites, stop all the protests, stop all the  "Chansiri  get out of our club" chants and just hope that things can only get better. The man doesn't like being criticised  and chucks the toys out of the pram when he's upset. The support we have is second to none, lets keep it up and support our fantastic OWLS.

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2 hours ago, lakerman said:

I have been watching the owls for nearly seventy years. A season ticket holder since 1967. The same seat in the north stand since 1979. I think I can say that I am a true Wednesdayite.  These last couple of seasons I've found it hard to go and watch when it's  very cold. My body is telling me to pack it in, but no, I'm a Wednesdayite through and through. I have said that this will be my last season but I know deep down that I will be there next season whatever division we are in. If it it were not for Mr. Chansiri we would not be here today in my opinion. However, I question his methods of how the club should be run. I am of the opinion that he hasn't a clue what we true supporters feel like and how deep our emotions run. I  honestly don't know why he became involved in the first place. Having said that we are stuck with him so I would say to all Wednedayites, stop all the protests, stop all the  "Chansiri  get out of our club" chants and just hope that things can only get better. The man doesn't like being criticised  and chucks the toys out of the pram when he's upset. The support we have is second to none, lets keep it up and support our fantastic OWLS.

Respect.

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11 hours ago, lakerman said:

I have been watching the owls for nearly seventy years. A season ticket holder since 1967. The same seat in the north stand since 1979. I think I can say that I am a true Wednesdayite.  These last couple of seasons I've found it hard to go and watch when it's  very cold. My body is telling me to pack it in, but no, I'm a Wednesdayite through and through. I have said that this will be my last season but I know deep down that I will be there next season whatever division we are in. If it it were not for Mr. Chansiri we would not be here today in my opinion. However, I question his methods of how the club should be run. I am of the opinion that he hasn't a clue what we true supporters feel like and how deep our emotions run. I  honestly don't know why he became involved in the first place. Having said that we are stuck with him so I would say to all Wednedayites, stop all the protests, stop all the  "Chansiri  get out of our club" chants and just hope that things can only get better. The man doesn't like being criticised  and chucks the toys out of the pram when he's upset. The support we have is second to none, lets keep it up and support our fantastic OWLS.

you will have suffered worse times like me in the 70s with ashurst and co ,he may not be the best football owner but hes put in money ,set up a great manager ect now and we have seen much worse ,hopefully he will be more carefull in the future,he takes to many folk on face value  and he must have a few quid ,when he says that 2 million was a business transaction money owed to him .lets hope we get it right this time,at least we are not like reading .

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Its like my Nintendo Switch

 

Occasionally i get it out the draw to play with it and then I get bored and just throw it back in the draw again 

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1 hour ago, Jack Grey said:

Its like my Nintendo Switch

 

Occasionally i get it out the draw to play with it and then I get bored and just throw it back in the draw again 

You should get your Oxford English Dictionary out of the drawer too.

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11 hours ago, Prettytom said:

You should get your Oxford English Dictionary out of the drawer too.

Should read.

You should get your Oxford English Dictionary out of the drawer as well.

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