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    Pledge 5000? STs sold latest

    Random idea, but if the Synectics mob were successful in buying the club it would be fantastic to see them backed by the fans.

    Many people have lapsed from holding season tickets (and not necessarily down to the heinous actions of the chairman). Untold numbers won't be renewing as it stands (and I'll believe Smurthwaite has gone when l see it).

    With the right pricing and incentives, plus a return of goodwill to the club could we shift 5,000 season tickets again like we did over a decade ago?

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    Atm it is cheaper for a season ricket at Stoke I believe, as was when they were in the premiership. Port Vale I think could again have 5k with good will restored. The club would need to show some ambition to do this.

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    Excellent idea

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    Yes agree. I not had one for years but would buy 2 if it helped the new owners.

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    Most important thread on here. Let's show what's in the sweetie jar for the new owners.

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    I would buy one if smurf goes and synetics take over
    Not sure I would though if smurf still owns the ground we canít have that

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    I agree with Sunny, i would get one, but not if we are paying him rent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geosname View Post
    Excellent idea
    Yes great idea, was thinking of posting the same, keep believing together we will succeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gallifreyan Valiant View Post
    Atm it is cheaper for a season ricket at Stoke I believe, as was when they were in the premiership.
    Who'd want one even if they were free though?

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    Letís not run before we can walk. Iím sure people will come back anyway but itís a long way off yet.
    Huge 5 weeks for our club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Master View Post
    Letís not run before we can walk. Iím sure people will come back anyway but itís a long way off yet.
    Huge 5 weeks for our club.
    Nothing wrong with collecting ideas and pre planning for possible outcomes...

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    I would renew if Synetics took over definitely. They must buy the ground because the club is worthless without it.

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