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Should we boycott away grounds

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1 hour ago, East Kent Jag II said:

The way things are going covidwise, you'll have owt to boycott :white_flag:

Well in that case as the Clyde's of this world may well be out of business there will be no need for Jags supporters to attend away games at these clubs! 

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49 minutes ago, exiledjag said:

Well in that case as the Clyde's of this world may well be out of business there will be no need for Jags supporters to attend away games at these clubs! 

I think that the lack of income (as well as a need fora future structural way forward) partly caused Dunfermline to dilute their fan based ownership.  Small fan owned clubs like Dunfermline and Clyde only have around 500 "owners. Pars United were put together to get the club solvent after Leishman. 

Clyde have 500 paying £40 per year (£20,000) + 200"50/50 paying £5 per week.(£26,000.)  They will need income from games, and you're right  -  we may not need to go there if there any covid setbacks!

Hearts have numbers, and Motherwell are getting TV income, but without capital backing, they may well (no pun intended) struggle too.

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51 minutes ago, East Kent Jag II said:

I think that the lack of income (as well as a need fora future structural way forward) partly caused Dunfermline to dilute their fan based ownership.  Small fan owned clubs like Dunfermline and Clyde only have around 500 "owners. Pars United were put together to get the club solvent after Leishman. 

Clyde have 500 paying £40 per year (£20,000) + 200"50/50 paying £5 per week.(£26,000.)  They will need income from games, and you're right  -  we may not need to go there if there any covid setbacks!

Hearts have numbers, and Motherwell are getting TV income, but without capital backing, they may well (no pun intended) struggle too.

Dunfermline have had 350 members for last 3 years, Clyde isn’t close to 500, but they do raise £20k a year (half of that is by a few dozen alone).

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