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https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/3j9zann8hz That sounds remarkably like Reading supporters were last year, and they’re watching League One football next season.
https://twd4x4.com.au/3brhjvxx As for us, we’re going to need to up our game, because Woking wasn’t good enough.
Tramadol To Buy Uk While I forgot virtually all of that game the minute I pressed “Publish” on this writeup last Saturday, it was a horrible feeling of deja vu.
https://www.c4trio.com/kp0w3wf2nmf Labouring to get any sort of shot on target, and the closest we got to scoring was via our new keeper.
https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/194u1blnpvl Personally, I would prefer both to be wearing another team’s shirt this season. Broome needs game time and the Bulgarian Kiwi remains part of the back line that folded far too easily when it matters for so long.
Online Tramadol Cod Overnight On loan at Ross County until January, at the moment, although he might end up doing a Zach Robinson.
https://heatherfullerphotography.com/adoic50lv But he highlights the danger of the One-Of-Our-Own romance that infects this club sometimes.
https://www.fullpotentialnow.org/kya09xg It wasn’t his fault that he was offered a 3.5 year deal by MR, which was sentiment and emotion at its most damaging.
https://www.omnomnomad.com/2023/12/20/fnv9ky7c7lj I don’t know how much we need to contribute to his wages, and I certainly wouldn’t call him a wage thief.
Tramadol Cheapest But there’s a mental list of those we’d like gone from the club, and this week one of them did exactly that.
https://aquarl-duval.com/2023/12/20/l3ny3m4qr One thing is certain though – there’s going to be a number of disappointed people if Lee Brown and Alex Woodyard are named.
https://mappinglondon.co.uk/2023/aghfedd No, it hasn’t gone rogue and called Franchise a bunch of pigeon molesters who hang around primary school gates, but financially.
https://www.pageofjoy.com/ixx7tmx If it’s £10,000 for the season then it sounds managable, but one suspects it’s not that.
https://www.c4trio.com/o12ldp3xb Confession time here : I haven’t bought a programme since 2004/05, bar the very first PL one against Doncaster, and once you get out of that habit it’s very hard to return.
Tramadol Ordering Online Although given what he was involved with, perhaps he didn’t need to.
https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/dk9cgjd Many will lament it going digital only if it comes to that, which is something I fully expect to happen eventually.
https://www.fullpotentialnow.org/g88e5ycvuf The biggest problem it has is that it’s slowly becoming obsolete anyway.
https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/3jougwffl Things like match reports and club news can be found almost instantly on t’internet, ditto the tables and player stats.
https://apexpeakfest.com/1vuxws8ecx8-3121 Anything that *is* exclusively for the programme ends up either ignored or put on the Official Site at some point anyway.
https://aquarl-duval.com/2023/12/20/fmepkdf0 Couple that with the ever-increasing costs of printing, and you’ve got something for £3 where you can get almost the same info for nowt.
https://www.omnomnomad.com/2023/12/20/97iwvz44n8q Oh, and the amount of adverts in them is a common complaint. And advertisers demand higher readership when they commit money.
https://heatherfullerphotography.com/esrga66s There’s the inevitable “but I’ve always bought a programme” reaction, which is understandable – indeed, the club acknowledges that.
Like the licence fee and the Dons Trust, demographics are likely to send the printed programme into the same place as Clubcall.
Programme buyers either tend to be the traditionalists, who are older, dads buying souvenirs for their kids, or collectors.
The club is clearly banking on the offspring of the middle one continuing, but those under 40 seem to be fully digital these days.
I expect the programme itself will continue as pixels, those who live abroad/away from London are very keen on it still.
But take it from me who works in the industry – the printed publication is dying.
It will still exist for specialist periodicals, like magazines and books, but I worked out recently that 60% of what I do on weekends during the season is online now.
That’s doubled in the space of about three years, and will do the same by 2026.
Our programme isn’t going to fight that, no matter how good it may or may not be, and it’s no wonder lower league clubs are looking to axe them.
It will be a shame if and when it does go, but it’s probably doomed. And I don’t think cutting the pages down will help one bit.
Mind you, bearing in mind our form the past few seasons – why would you pay to read the same excuses on why we’re so shit…?