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General Discussion / Re: On to Saturday.
« on: February 10, 2019, 09:33:06 AM »
 :farmer: A lot of the difference this season, I believe, is down to the loss of Simon Lappin.  :oldman"

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General Discussion / Re: Club Statement
« on: January 25, 2019, 02:27:25 PM »
 :dirtbike: These people need to get on their bikes and leave our club to the decent and honest people amongst us. Finally well said Chilly, I wholeheartedly agree with all you posted.

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General Discussion / Re: Will Mellors-Blair
« on: January 19, 2019, 07:09:01 PM »
 :banghead; Be interesting to see if he actually plays, the lad we signed around Xmas from the USA, seems to not have played.  :sad:

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General Discussion / Re: New Year, new beginnings
« on: January 03, 2019, 07:46:56 AM »
 :farmer: As I said, I am sure Ian had irons in the fire and he did, hopefully 1or 2 more players to follow. Credit to Mr Cleeve  for funding this, he gets lots of bad press, and sometimes I don't agree with the views he has, but he has in general backed our manager where he could. The past is the past and let's head into the new year all united behind the squad.

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General Discussion / Re: New Year, new beginnings
« on: January 01, 2019, 08:00:42 PM »
 :farmer: I was sorry to see Kettering scored an injury time winner as we could have moved 2 points closer in our pursuit of them, however the result also saw us open a small gap between ourselves and the teams below, Rushden being one of those teams. I believe Kettering can be caught but they have a habit of grinding out results, I do believe Stourbridge can be overhauled, both teams have dropped points lately and we are in fine form so lets keep putting the pressure on and see if they crack.  :oldman"

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General Discussion / Re: New Year, new beginnings
« on: January 01, 2019, 04:41:42 PM »
 
:farmer: Great win today by a totally committed squad of players, 4 first half goals just blew them boys from Suffolk away. It is obvious for all too see we are short on numbers in the squad, having let players leave on loan or permanently. I have faith in Ian and Mr Cleeve, I am sure Ian has some irons in the fire 🔥 and Mr Cleeve will back him again as he did last season. Let's stop the backbiting and get down to the Walks in numbers and support this squad, interesting times ahead and who knows what will happen before the end of April. COYL.  :oldman"
Here, Here.
Hopefully todays results will go in our favour too, to reduce the gap at the top and send a clear message - 18 unbeaten.  :scarf: :scarf: :clap:

 :farmer: A little while to go but scores looking good for KLTFC at this moment

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General Discussion / New Year, new beginnings
« on: January 01, 2019, 03:08:59 PM »
 :farmer: Great win today by a totally committed squad of players, 4 first half goals just blew them boys from Suffolk away. It is obvious for all too see we are short on numbers in the squad, having let players leave on loan or permanently. I have faith in Ian and Mr Cleeve, I am sure Ian has some irons in the fire 🔥 and Mr Cleeve will back him again as he did last season. Let's stop the backbiting and get down to the Walks in numbers and support this squad, interesting times ahead and who knows what will happen before the end of April. COYL.  :oldman"

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General Discussion / Re: New Year, clean sheet.
« on: January 01, 2019, 12:26:45 PM »
 :farmer:
With a New Year I believe it is time to get behind our club, without talking about money, a bad Chairman etc
.We are doing well now after a bad start to the Season, a mistake was made and admitted.
As for the finances it is nothing to do with us, the Chairman spends what he believes he can, and NONE of us know about wage bills and all the other things that are talked about
Lets stamp out the monologues by the same people, if you want to be in the limelight all the time, go into politics then your egos can be satisfied.
I dont talk on here often but I do read a lot and it becomes very boreing.
COYL and a Happy New Year to everyone connected to our great club, that I have supported for 73 years.

 :farmer: A well written post that hopefully will be taken on board, but I very much doubt it.   :oldman"

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General Discussion / Re: Kettering
« on: December 28, 2018, 09:16:41 AM »
I reckon there will be 1,000 there and Lynn to win 2-1.

Agreed Stan, over 1000 for me also.

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General Discussion / Re: Lowestoft at home
« on: December 28, 2018, 09:15:18 AM »
 :banghead;

One suggestion I would put forward for next season is that when the fixtures list is released the club looks at what home games we have over the festive period and maybe introduce a seasonal ticket ? Depending on how the fixtures fall we could have one, two or three fixtures over the period over six days,so the seasonal ticket could offer all home games at a discount price,adjust the actual season tickets to take this discount on board as well? Seasonal ticket sales could be offered when the season tickets go on sale and be available throughout the season until Christmas,this would give people the chance to purchase throughout the year and so alleviate the added expense at Christmas,they could also be purchased as gifts for your loved ones? this could have a knock on effect of more to spend on incidentals as you are not paying on the gate? :dontknow: :scarf: :scarf: :scarf: :scarf:
Any business worth its salt will have considered such things Griss and will have calculated that it isn't worth it. Perhaps you could show us the costings for your package.



Stan you know as well as I do that the club have no even thought of a seasonal ticket,I myself have done no costings as I have only just thought of it myself! It could have the same effect as season tickets and bring in a limited amount of money up front,and reduce queues on match day? I actually think that it is an worthwhile idea for the club to at least look at and not be merely dismissed out of hand,obviously it will depend on next seasons fixture list? Why do you alays have to put a neative spin on anything I suggest Stan? :dontknow:
Neither you or I know whether the club has costed the viability of any sort of package. If the club thought it could generate more income through various offers like the one that you suggest then they would have done it already. If they haven't thought these things through then they shouldn't be running a football club. I have pointed out to you before Griss that attendances are not as price elastic as say food or  consumer goods meaning that ticket prices do not affect attendances very much. Last season ticket prices went up and so did attendances, demonstrating that ticket prices make negligible difference to numbers through the turnstiles.

 :mystic: sorry Stan , I disagree, price rises do make a big difference, it cost me 6 more to attend with my 2 sons , now I am not rich but definitely not in the lower earner element either, I find this quite a lot of money extra,take in the Kettering match aswell and that is 12. This is not a huge amount to some but I believe it is definitely an issue for some who attend matches at the Walks.

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General Discussion / Re: Lowestoft at home
« on: December 27, 2018, 07:26:30 PM »
 :farmer: I really do feel that the attendance was a good attendance, we are a team that over the years attract around 700 fans to home matches. I agree that maybe a few more could have been expected to be in attendance v LOWESTOFT, however,Lowestoft are near the bottom of the league,they are not brilliantly supported at home, our admission price is expensive for this level of football, petroleum is expensive, put all these factors in a pot and it would put a few off travelling . Ask if most teams in our league would swap there attendances for ours, I feel sure 95% would swap.

I Firmly believe that there will be quite a few more fans in v Kettering, better supported team, higher up the league,more at stake in turns of promotion and if the truth is told a lot bigger rivalry between the fans.   ROLL ON SATURDAY AND HOPEFULLY MORE POINTS TO THE LINNETS.   :oldman"

🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧 KLTFC PUTTING THE GREAT BACK IN BRITAIN 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

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General Discussion / Re: Lowestoft at home
« on: December 26, 2018, 07:19:05 PM »
:farmer: Well, 3 well deserved points, the run kept going and a basting for Lowestoft thrown in, we deffo owed them that one. Sad about the attendance today, however I do feel that the price is a definite reason for many fans not attending the walks anymore. We are a well supported club at this level of football,but I believe we could perhaps attract another 100 or so fans if the price was lower. We can all fill stadiums for special matches but it is the bread and butter games week in week out where we need the support.

NOTE TO THE EDP, KINGS LYNN IS INDEED THE 2nd BIGGEST CLUB IN NORFOLK, LOWESTOFT ARE A SMALL TEAM FROM SUFFOLK.
Lol.If anyone believes that was the real attendance then they don't go very much.It wasn't a large attendance but bigger than was given for sure.

Long suffering,I have been attending matches at the Walks since the late 60's, I get what you are trying to say, but we can only go on the figures released by the club. 🇬🇧 KLTFC putting the GREAT back into BRITAIN 🇬🇧

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General Discussion / Re: Lowestoft at home
« on: December 26, 2018, 05:33:55 PM »
 :farmer: Well, 3 well deserved points, the run kept going and a basting for Lowestoft thrown in, we deffo owed them that one. Sad about the attendance today, however I do feel that the price is a definite reason for many fans not attending the walks anymore. We are a well supported club at this level of football,but I believe we could perhaps attract another 100 or so fans if the price was lower. We can all fill stadiums for special matches but it is the bread and butter games week in week out where we need the support.

NOTE TO THE EDP, KINGS LYNN IS INDEED THE 2nd BIGGEST CLUB IN NORFOLK, LOWESTOFT ARE A SMALL TEAM FROM SUFFOLK.

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General Discussion / Re: 3 Points
« on: November 24, 2018, 05:48:10 PM »
 :oldman" Well this did indeed turn out to be the proverbial banana skin game, we have come away with 1 point , which is indeed better than none, onwards and upwards,many more twists and turns to come in the next few weeks.   :farmer:

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General Discussion / 3 Points
« on: November 24, 2018, 08:45:47 AM »
 :farmer: Many people are hoping for a comprehensive victory today, I am no different and hope we can score a good few goals and hopefully not conceding any, however, today is a day where we really must focus on the 3 points first and foremost. These games against bottom of the league teams can very often be banana skin games, taken as a win before entering the pitch. I do believe that Mr. Culverhouse will not allow any of his squad to underestimate our opponents,whether top or bottom of the league.  As I said 3 points is the most important thing today, keeping the pressure on teams above us. Those teams above must be looking at our form over the last 6 weeks.  :oldman"

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