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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 4:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Much more than 250k.
West Stand tickets could have been 50 (or at least twice the normal price).Special sponsorship of kit a la The Sun at Old Trafford and of the match ball, the match, an auction for tickets in the Executive Area-at least 150 a ticket, special merchandise, the possibility of other "special" sponsorship deals. Perhaps not a million, but at least half a million. But it is only my guestimate and I am admittedly one season out of touch.
Regardless of the actual amount, it's a lot to have lost.

As dictated by Mustaphashot
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 8:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's a pity there can only be one loser in the AFC Wimbledon - Liverpool tie.

You'd struggle to find 2 sets of more deluded fans than these.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mustaphashot wrote:
Much more than 250k.
West Stand tickets could have been 50 (or at least twice the normal price).Special sponsorship of kit a la The Sun at Old Trafford and of the match ball, the match, an auction for tickets in the Executive Area-at least 150 a ticket, special merchandise, the possibility of other "special" sponsorship deals. Perhaps not a million, but at least half a million. But it is only my guestimate and I am admittedly one season out of touch.
Regardless of the actual amount, it's a lot to have lost.

As dictated by Mustaphashot


Indeed Mustaphashot.

Not forgetting that a good draw might have regenerated some interest in the club due to the media coverage.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 12:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Simon wrote:
mustaphashot wrote:
Much more than 250k.
West Stand tickets could have been 50 (or at least twice the normal price).Special sponsorship of kit a la The Sun at Old Trafford and of the match ball, the match, an auction for tickets in the Executive Area-at least 150 a ticket, special merchandise, the possibility of other "special" sponsorship deals. Perhaps not a million, but at least half a million. But it is only my guestimate and I am admittedly one season out of touch.
Regardless of the actual amount, it's a lot to have lost.

As dictated by Mustaphashot


Indeed Mustaphashot.

Not forgetting that a good draw might have regenerated some interest in the club due to the media coverage.


Did League One MK Dons get all the special sponsorship for their recent cup tie against Man Utd?

I expect League One Crawley Town would get similar, if not less given the stadium crowd would be a fifth of the size.

We're not Non league minnows anymore. We wouldn't get Sun shirts!
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 9:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ian wrote:
Simon wrote:
mustaphashot wrote:
Much more than 250k.
West Stand tickets could have been 50 (or at least twice the normal price).Special sponsorship of kit a la The Sun at Old Trafford and of the match ball, the match, an auction for tickets in the Executive Area-at least 150 a ticket, special merchandise, the possibility of other "special" sponsorship deals. Perhaps not a million, but at least half a million. But it is only my guestimate and I am admittedly one season out of touch.
Regardless of the actual amount, it's a lot to have lost.

As dictated by Mustaphashot


Indeed Mustaphashot.

Not forgetting that a good draw might have regenerated some interest in the club due to the media coverage.


Did League One MK Dons get all the special sponsorship for their recent cup tie against Man Utd?

I expect League One Crawley Town would get similar, if not less given the stadium crowd would be a fifth of the size.

We're not Non league minnows anymore. We wouldn't get Sun shirts!


Maybe not but we would have earnt some decent cash from a sell out crowd and TV game nonetheless.

The interest in a Tues night game in the League Cup is never the same.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 10:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Simon wrote:
Ian wrote:
Simon wrote:
mustaphashot wrote:
Much more than 250k.
West Stand tickets could have been 50 (or at least twice the normal price).Special sponsorship of kit a la The Sun at Old Trafford and of the match ball, the match, an auction for tickets in the Executive Area-at least 150 a ticket, special merchandise, the possibility of other "special" sponsorship deals. Perhaps not a million, but at least half a million. But it is only my guestimate and I am admittedly one season out of touch.
Regardless of the actual amount, it's a lot to have lost.

As dictated by Mustaphashot


Indeed Mustaphashot.

Not forgetting that a good draw might have regenerated some interest in the club due to the media coverage.


Did League One MK Dons get all the special sponsorship for their recent cup tie against Man Utd?

I expect League One Crawley Town would get similar, if not less given the stadium crowd would be a fifth of the size.

We're not Non league minnows anymore. We wouldn't get Sun shirts!


Maybe not but we would have earnt some decent cash from a sell out crowd and TV game nonetheless.

The interest in a Tues night game in the League Cup is never the same.


We would, but not to the same level as if we were a non league side hosting Manchester United.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 17, 2014 11:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well done to Worcester our old adversaries

had a good go

what a shoot out.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 18, 2014 8:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

mustaphashot wrote:
Much more than 250k.


We must be special then, because since I stated that the media have been talking about how Accy and Yeovil are playing for a 250k payday and then how Yeovil, with a bigger ground than us, have won a 250k payday.

Or maybe they just read my post on here and used my figures? Wink
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