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#1 collinsnator

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Posted 29 Jul 2007 - 12:50

We will still be on Merseyside, we have the opportunity to move on. Lets go for it!! How can a 50000 all seater fail if we all go along and support, fears of football fans very rarely materialise. Glazers spring to mind.

I would like to see this move and the board putting in initiatives to fill the stadium every week. Things like kids go free days, ladies goes free day, be imaginative with season tickets - half price next season if we finish top 6?? We just need to get the place bouncing and it will feel like home.

Come on the toffees!!!!!!!!!
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#2 Romey 1878

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Posted 29 Jul 2007 - 13:02

We will still be on Merseyside, we have the opportunity to move on. Lets go for it!! How can a 50000 all seater fail if we all go along and support, fears of football fans very rarely materialise. Glazers spring to mind.

I would like to see this move and the board putting in initiatives to fill the stadium every week. Things like kids go free days, ladies goes free day, be imaginative with season tickets - half price next season if we finish top 6?? We just need to get the place bouncing and it will feel like home.

Come on the toffees!!!!!!!!!



If you want those price cuts and free days then kiss goodbye to signing players. The whole reason for moving is extra revenue, and you want to cut it straight away.
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#3 FairWooney

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Posted 29 Jul 2007 - 15:24

there's no point cutting prices if we finish top 6! everyone knows the better you do the more people turn up.

Prices are more likely to up if we do well than go down!
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Posted 29 Jul 2007 - 15:39

I think its in Trafford, rather than Manchester or Salford, dont know what the fuck its got to do with everton as as all of those places are pretty much manc land and theyve been there about 100 years
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Posted 29 Jul 2007 - 21:13

i think wot he is tryin to point out is that a teams stadium doesnt need to be in the centre. but it still in like manchester or greater manchester lol.
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Posted 29 Jul 2007 - 21:28

I think you will find that Everton do not sell out a 40000 stadium so a bit of creative thinking to fill the stadium is important - And Manchester United are the worlds biggest club so as much as I hate them we can learn from their successes.
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#7 Romey 1878

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Posted 29 Jul 2007 - 21:31

I think you will find that Everton do not sell out a 40000 stadium so a bit of creative thinking to fill the stadium is important - And Manchester United are the worlds biggest club so as much as I hate them we can learn from their successes.



Slashing prices isn't the way to go. We're already one of the cheapest in the Prem, and the prices will go up in a new stadium not reduce.
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Posted 29 Jul 2007 - 22:37

theres been talk of liverpool buying Goodison to turn it into a car park for there new stadium that would leave me sick and many evertonians turning in there grave, those red sh*tes walking all over are belovid Goodison the dirty Bast*rds.

It makes me sick to think of it.

the longer this go's on the more doubts that come into my mind

i feel in a kind of lose or lose situation now :(
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