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General Discussion / Simon Power!!!!!!
« on: August 05, 2020, 02:17:00 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: Hand Signed Player Cards REDUCED.
« on: July 27, 2020, 02:56:59 PM »
Set of 11 signed player cards, along with the rest of the squad but un-signed £10 a set!

Profits going back to the club, giving to the club and getting something back! 👍🏼

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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: July 05, 2020, 09:33:50 PM »
Thanks Brad, who was missing ?

I wasnít there personally, but from videos Iíve seen looks like Chris Smith wasnít there, neither was Alfie Payne, nor Simon Power (living in Ireland)

General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: July 05, 2020, 09:14:24 PM »
I can confirm Adam Marriott was at the Napier Saturday!

General Discussion / Hand Signed Player Cards REDUCED.
« on: July 04, 2020, 10:00:32 AM »
SIGNED KINGS LYNN TOWN PLAYER CARDS NOW £1.50 EACH (5 for £6) plus postage.

Limited players available!

Profits all donated back to the club.

Either collection from my house, or posted via 1st class Royal Mail.

Payment methods: Cash on collection, or Paypal/bank transfer.
Inbox me for details.

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General Discussion / Re: BACK THE CLUB!!
« on: April 09, 2020, 06:44:05 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: BACK THE CLUB!!
« on: April 03, 2020, 06:35:17 PM »
Certainly is good news, hopefully the club can look into this. But still feel ya fans can still manage to reach the £5,000 target the club have set. This money could then be used however the club wishes.

For me, there isnít enough merchandise around the ground on a match day. Iíd like to see one day, where there was a big sale on the club merchandise like scarfs and hats, and possible shirts and jackets so we can have more merchandise out there on match days!

General Discussion / BACK THE CLUB!!
« on: April 03, 2020, 09:17:08 AM »
Letís drive this total up today, everyone understands that itís hard times for everyone but even £5 from everyone would go a massive way to reaching the target.

We need to back Stephen Cleeve (chairman), heís created a team behind the scenes and on the field to produce some of the best football in years and proved the doubters wrong. He has worked wonders for this football club, by bringing us back alive. Put the past behind and help the club move even further forward. Do it for the club and town if not anything.

Seeing many clubs over the past weeks do similar in a way of asking fans to donate towards the running costs of the team. One team has stood out, Altrincham FC. Setting a £15,000 target, 8 days later being 80% to their target already!

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General Discussion / Re: CLUB STATEMENT + NEW JustGiving Donation Page
« on: March 27, 2020, 02:16:40 PM »
Quick update;

£880 in the pot, with £1,390 in the original website find.

£2,270 raised so far, with obviously the fans paying for a part of the frost covers to. I think this is a great effort by all!

Dig deep lads and lasses?

General Discussion / AUCTION: Two signed shirts.
« on: March 26, 2020, 06:14:18 PM »
Greg Plummer has kindly donated these, so these can be sold off and the money raised, donated to the clubs just giving page. This is on many other sites so bid in the comments. £75 current bid.. highest bid come April 4th 6pm wins!!

General Discussion / Re: CLUB STATEMENT + NEW JustGiving Donation Page
« on: March 26, 2020, 02:11:13 PM »
£540 currently made in under 24 hours.. roughly £1300 to be added later on today, for the grand total being around £1,900 so far. Great work lads!

General Discussion / Re: CLUB STATEMENT + NEW JustGiving Donation Page
« on: March 25, 2020, 08:10:02 PM »
Some valid points raised here, I gave a 3 figure donation to the other appeal, is that money going to be added to the "Just Giving Page"?
Just a simple yes or no will do.

Yes, they shall be getting added shortly. They will be added via the offline donations on the Just-giving page. This figure will be updated daily for any people that do choose to donate through the "4 game package". The just-giving page has now taken over from the Donations page on the website basically.

General Discussion / Re: CLUB STATEMENT + NEW JustGiving Donation Page
« on: March 25, 2020, 05:27:03 PM »
Positive note; the just-giving page has already reached £145 with only three donations made. If everyone donates what that would have spent at the 4 remaining home games- which I believe some people have already done via the "4 game package" so them people do't worry (unless you're feeling flushed and want to donate again) then I think we should be hitting this target in good time!

General Discussion / Re: CLUB STATEMENT + NEW JustGiving Donation Page
« on: March 25, 2020, 04:43:02 PM »
Does the money already donated go into this fund?

I would probably say in the background it will, and i'm sure the club are appreciative of the money already raised. But I believe the club wanted to go down the avenue of a just giving page. Suppose if we can raise £5,000 across the board again, happy days!

General Discussion / CLUB STATEMENT + NEW JustGiving Donation Page
« on: March 25, 2020, 04:35:29 PM »
The football club would like to respond to story's circulating on social media outlets in regards to the club approaching the Blue & Gold supporters club, asking for a donation to assist the club , following the suspension of all football due to the coronavirus pandemic currently affecting all of the country.

After reading reports that the Leyton Orient supporters club ( LOSC ) had given a donation of £20,000 ( having already donated £31,000 over the last few months) to help ease some of the cash shortfall created by Leyton Orient's own shutdown, the club approached the Blue & Gold Trust over the weekend asking for a  donation to be made to the club to help out in the same way as the donations being made by individual supporters have been.

After consulting with their board members the Trust informed the football club that there was no 'consensus' to lend any money to the football club. Their suggestion was that there was a possibility that a loan could be made but it would be subject to adequate security.  They would accept security of a charge on the lease of the stadium which would need to be approved by the Council. This would require Council approval and would not be a short term solution.

The trust further pointed out to the club that if the club defaulted on the loan then whilst Stephen Cleeve would own the football club they would own the lease on the Stadium and we would need to negotiate with them a deal to move forward.  We were also told that the trust would add their legal fees to the loan amount'.

The football club has declined the trust's offer of assistance but thank them for speaking to their board of directors and making an offer to the club.

Speaking to the club's official website Chairman Stephen Cleeve added ' We are setting up a Just Giving Page which will have a totaliser so fans can see what is being given and this can be found here

We have no idea at this stage what is going on and have been given no direction and so are in a very uncomfortable limbo land - however I have been working 15 hours a day to find solutions and I will continue to do the same until we come out the other side.  Keep the faith, keep well and look after each other and thanks to every fan home and abroad who have helped and continue to help the club.

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