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Great idea - if there aren’t many takers, no financial loss - if there are lots, then potential new young fans are hooked. Publicity options are golden too...

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1 minute ago, Rampant Zebra said:

I was thinking that we could give the shirts we collected to local charity shops, but I expect they have plenty already. 

It's nearly Bonfire night, surely there's a local firework display that needs some fuel for there fire?

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Not sure why Stoke fans are getting so het up about it.

Its their club who have been going into schools for years grooming children. Let’s face it, having to watch football the “Stoke way” is tantamount to child abuse.

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Not sure why Stoke fans are getting funny over it to be honest, essentially if a Vale fan at school gets given a Stoke shirt we will replace it. Great marketing and why should we let them come into Vale area's and try and entice potential Vale fans without responding.

Love overdue and the reality is it isn't a dig at Stoke at all but ensuring we don't lose our future fan base.

It all started I believe from a fan tweeting that his daughter was upset she got give a Stoke shirt at school and Carol offering to replace it with a Vale one.

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Jesus Christ. The state of that gammon meltdown on the Oatcake. It’s as though someone’s told them Brexit’s going to be delayed. 

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2 minutes ago, Brown Edge Normski said:

Haven' we got a handyman who could make some deckchairs with the Sjoke shirts?

Sew them together & use them for dust sheets when the ground has any maintenance.

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1 hour ago, valeblue said:

Cant see a problem and winds some Lardies up as well so mission accomplished ...

Even a charity shop couldn’t sell them.

Would have to pay people to buy them.

Maybe Trading Standards could take this up as trying to sell them as Championship club shirts.

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The Stoke shirts swapped are being returned to the Bet 365 and will each be put on an empty seat there to give the impression of a bigger crowd. These shirts will of course be included in the official attendance figures

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3 hours ago, tunstallpotter said:

Nice idea, providing they don't dispose of the tops that get swapped and give them to a charity or something.

They are being given back to the Stoke City Community Trust, which I suppose is the right move. After all, it's up to them to find anyone who is daft enough to want one, rather than us. 

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Carol has explained it well and spot on with what she says.

For the first time we actually have an owner with a vision and ability to market and try and entice fans to the club and countering the Stoke scheme is crucial for our long term future.

We can't afford 7000 shirts be sent to every 7 year old each year or whatever but this allows us to key into their scheme and offer young fans who actually want a Vale one can get a shirt and ticket.

Clever and good marketing from the Vale.

 

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