Super Blues 2019

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#2

Has he given up some control so or what’s happening?

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#3

My prediction is that this new consortium will be a disaster.

Welcome in the short term for a few quid to be put in but scrape beneath the surface…

Season starts Friday week and we’ve a team so I’m happy with that. Won’t be near promotion but just glad to still have a team to follow.

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#4

What kind of a crowd will they pull in first division dodgy

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#5

You just don’t get away fans in the first division so I’d say we’ll be averaging four or five hundred every home game, less once the defeats start mounting up.

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#6

What would the average attendance been in the thomond years?

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#7

This lad seems to be part of the consortium

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#8

:joy:

Samie Daly? (Yes, I meant samie)

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#9

Decent ball player tho — Was on that Balla side that got to the FAI Junior cup final a few years back.

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#10

Good Limerick crowd at turner’s X last time out,few lads up at the friendly at UCC farm,spoke to s few - v dismayed at the whole balls up- genuine Limerick FC supporters-from a Munster view hope they have a go of it,needs arses on seats,my smallie and I follow CCFC men’s/ women’s,and GAA,support local

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#12

That’s good news

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#13

Why not just buy it now?

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#14

Youd need your head examined to invest in a LOI club.
Guaranteed negative ROI and nothing but abuse from fans who think they are owed something.

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#15

I would think the “ investment “ here is pretty miniscule .

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#16

When it’s possible has to be fan owned,works.

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#17

Lolzer

Cark go bust every 5 years

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#18

“Local consortium of investors” Hmmmm :thinking:

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#19

Management of the club as much as investment is what’s needed

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#20

Buys the present owner a few months of peace.

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