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If a boycott was arranged, what would you do?
28th October 2009 10:21 AM
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McCreery Offline

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boycott
28th October 2009 10:22 AM
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McCreery Wrote:boycott

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28th October 2009 10:32 AM
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I've always said I would but it would have to be part of an organised, effective boycott rather than a couple of thousand making a personal stand
28th October 2009 10:35 AM
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Aye that's the thing though Mac, how would you know if it's going to be effective?
28th October 2009 10:40 AM
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demonstrate inside, there is plenty that can be done but none of this Euro crap like turning your back on the game
28th October 2009 10:41 AM
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I think what I mean by that is that you can sort of gauge the kind of response it is getting...i.e the media getting a hold of it etc...

with the last attempt you knew it wasn't going to be effective before it got started
28th October 2009 10:44 AM
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Mick Mahoney Wrote:demonstrate inside, there is plenty that can be done but none of this Euro crap like turning your back on the game

I understand your point, but the demonstrating inside the ground hasn't worked.

"Get out of our club" was chanted on Saturday, and a few days later he announces he's staying.

Maybe he misheard? Big Grin
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McCreery Wrote:I think what I mean by that is that you can sort of gauge the kind of response it is getting...i.e the media getting a hold of it etc...

with the last attempt you knew it wasn't going to be effective before it got started

True, but it could make the media, all your mates could say they're boycotting, and 35000+ could still turn up.
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richyNUFC Wrote:I understand your point, but the demonstrating inside the ground hasn't worked.

"Get out of our club" was chanted on Saturday, and a few days later he announces he's staying.

Maybe he misheard? Big Grin

COCKNEY MAFIA OUT was shown around the world as the banner was carried around the ground during a game(Hull), that is still talked about by the media, that had an impact but some fans on forums were uncomfortable about it citing Sir Les as a cockney, but we ALL knew as did the rest of the world who it was aimed at.
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that's really what I'm saying though....an effective boycott is just about impossible to organise.
28th October 2009 10:53 AM
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Mick Mahoney Wrote:COCKNEY MAFIA OUT was shown around the world as the banner was carried around the ground during a game(Hull), that is still talked about by the media, that had an impact but some fans on forums were uncomfortable about it citing Sir Les as a cockney, but we ALL knew as did the rest of the world who it was aimed at.

Oh aye, it made an impact, but it didn't get rid of him.

McCreery Wrote:that's really what I'm saying though....an effective boycott is just about impossible to organise.

I agree.
28th October 2009 10:58 AM
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Oh aye, it made an impact, but it didn't get rid of him.

exactly, and like i have said on another thread momentum was lost with a boycott of the Spurs game (cup). The pressure needs to be kept up and the screw turned at every oppertunity.
28th October 2009 11:05 AM
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richyNUFC Offline

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I just don't think the inside demonstrating will get rid of him, as it hasn't so far. Confused

Reckon we're stuck with him.
28th October 2009 11:07 AM
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boycoutt (i'm not a season ticket holder any more)
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