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Re: Meden event security

Postby Johnny Rotten » Tue Dec 26, 2017 12:22 pm

abc wrote:
Johnny Rotten wrote:On a seperate note I am enjoying life away from stags - since being kept away by certain quarters for differing reasons it has been extremely refreshing

Sometimes we should all take a voluntary time out now and then - There is more to life than MTFC, hard as that may be to believe


Shame you haven't taken a break from here.


Erm have you seen how rarely I post on here?! What's your problem?! :roll:
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Re: Meden event security

Postby I am Spartacus » Tue Dec 26, 2017 12:24 pm

On a separate note, returning to the original thread. Has Front Row Hero ‘re-gifted’ his tickets for today or is today the start of his reformation?

Hope it’s the latter - Come on You Stags.
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Re: Meden event security

Postby Woodclanger 1 » Tue Dec 26, 2017 12:38 pm

I am Spartacus wrote:On a separate note, returning to the original thread. Has Front Row Hero ‘re-gifted’ his tickets for today or is today the start of his reformation?

Hope it’s the latter - Come on You Stags.


He was never going to miss today, it was all bluster for the sympathy vote
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Re: Meden event security

Postby Amber Andy » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:06 pm

Johnny Rotten wrote:On a seperate note I am enjoying life away from stags - since being kept away by certain quarters for differing reasons it has been extremely refreshing

Sometimes we should all take a voluntary time out now and then - There is more to life than MTFC, hard as that may be to believe

Genuine question Johnny. On a scale of 1 to 10 ( 1 being easy ), how would you rate the ease of breaking free.
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Re: Meden event security

Postby Sneag » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:18 pm

Amber Andy wrote:
Johnny Rotten wrote:On a seperate note I am enjoying life away from stags - since being kept away by certain quarters for differing reasons it has been extremely refreshing

Sometimes we should all take a voluntary time out now and then - There is more to life than MTFC, hard as that may be to believe

Genuine question Johnny. On a scale of 1 to 10 ( 1 being easy ), how would you rate the ease of breaking free.


And is it easier if you move 150 miles away?
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Re: Meden event security

Postby Johnny Rotten » Tue Dec 26, 2017 2:00 pm

The ease of breaking away is dependent upon many variables and thus reasons and also the drive of the individual.

As Sneag says moving away stopped my once more regular attendance to ordinarily almost if not all home games plus some away games and other factors were and are contributory factors

In the time of the dark lord once staying away in protest at that time although tough at first, became easier. In that case there was a desired goal to help contribute to the dark lord moving on

When Stags play darn sarf upon moving I set that time aside deliberately to do all I could to attend as much as possible - Joining APFSCIL also supported my interest

Now I don't go and will not even if they were playing around the corner due to personal circumstances but that does not detract from the fact I continue to support my home town club from afar
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Re: Meden event security

Postby Amber Andy » Tue Dec 26, 2017 3:01 pm

Johnny Rotten wrote:The ease of breaking away is dependent upon many variables and thus reasons and also the drive of the individual.

As Sneag says moving away stopped my once more regular attendance to ordinarily almost if not all home games plus some away games and other factors were and are contributory factors

In the time of the dark lord once staying away in protest at that time although tough at first, became easier. In that case there was a desired goal to help contribute to the dark lord moving on

When Stags play darn sarf upon moving I set that time aside deliberately to do all I could to attend as much as possible - Joining APFSCIL also supported my interest

Now I don't go and will not even if they were playing around the corner due to personal circumstances but that does not detract from the fact I continue to support my home town club from afar
Makes sense Johnny. Glad you still have an affinity for the Stags.
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Re: Meden event security

Postby STAGS FOR LIFE » Tue Jan 02, 2018 8:10 am

:?: would be interesting to know if you went yesterday , did you move and have a better Experience of the game not being so close to the dugouts .

Supporters at last home seeing another supporter made to leave behind the dugout .

If its right what S E is saying.

Why on earth in our next home game would they carry on with there abuse.

we have had 4 to 5 on another thread saying they did not hear anything.

It would also be great to have a behind the dugout video footage and microphone to see and hear whats going off :lol:
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Re: Meden event security

Postby Teapot » Tue Jan 02, 2018 3:19 pm

I sit close to both home and away benches. When Carlisle scored the only criticism heard was the booing directed at Carlisle who many thought had cheated their way to a penalty. Seems Mr Evans is trying to create a siege mentality between the team and supporters.

When first appointed, the Manager was shown visiting supporters at home and always talking about doing everything the right way. We are now in the position where if any decision is criticised we see an explosion of fury from both manager and particularly his foul mouth assistance directed at our own supporters.

When the dugouts were moved over the pitch the manager stated that this was to make life a little more uncomfortable for the visiting team. By the same token he should learn not to react to every comment directed his way. After all we are at a football match where not everyone agrees with every comment heard around you. What is the alternative? Should we all sit on our hands in silence unless applauding our team and manager?

When the manager and his team move on to a club more befitting to his talents I hope we can look back on his time here as a period of on field success, but I for one will not miss his and his assistants antics.
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Re: Meden event security

Postby abc » Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:29 pm

Teapot wrote:I sit close to both home and away benches. When Carlisle scored the only criticism heard was the booing directed at Carlisle who many thought had cheated their way to a penalty. Seems Mr Evans is trying to create a siege mentality between the team and supporters.

When first appointed, the Manager was shown visiting supporters at home and always talking about doing everything the right way. We are now in the position where if any decision is criticised we see an explosion of fury from both manager and particularly his foul mouth assistance directed at our own supporters.

When the dugouts were moved over the pitch the manager stated that this was to make life a little more uncomfortable for the visiting team. By the same token he should learn not to react to every comment directed his way. After all we are at a football match where not everyone agrees with every comment heard around you. What is the alternative? Should we all sit on our hands in silence unless applauding our team and manager?

When the manager and his team move on to a club more befitting to his talents I hope we can look back on his time here as a period of on field success, but I for one will not miss his and his assistants antics.


Another biased anti-Evans opinion.
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Re: Meden event security

Postby EdwinstoweStag » Tue Jan 02, 2018 6:30 pm

abc wrote:
Teapot wrote:I sit close to both home and away benches. When Carlisle scored the only criticism heard was the booing directed at Carlisle who many thought had cheated their way to a penalty. Seems Mr Evans is trying to create a siege mentality between the team and supporters.

When first appointed, the Manager was shown visiting supporters at home and always talking about doing everything the right way. We are now in the position where if any decision is criticised we see an explosion of fury from both manager and particularly his foul mouth assistance directed at our own supporters.

When the dugouts were moved over the pitch the manager stated that this was to make life a little more uncomfortable for the visiting team. By the same token he should learn not to react to every comment directed his way. After all we are at a football match where not everyone agrees with every comment heard around you. What is the alternative? Should we all sit on our hands in silence unless applauding our team and manager?

When the manager and his team move on to a club more befitting to his talents I hope we can look back on his time here as a period of on field success, but I for one will not miss his and his assistants antics.


Another biased anti-Evans opinion.


teapot makes a valid argument, abc.
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Re: Meden event security

Postby abc » Tue Jan 02, 2018 6:46 pm

EdwinstoweStag wrote:
abc wrote:
Teapot wrote:I sit close to both home and away benches. When Carlisle scored the only criticism heard was the booing directed at Carlisle who many thought had cheated their way to a penalty. Seems Mr Evans is trying to create a siege mentality between the team and supporters.

When first appointed, the Manager was shown visiting supporters at home and always talking about doing everything the right way. We are now in the position where if any decision is criticised we see an explosion of fury from both manager and particularly his foul mouth assistance directed at our own supporters.

When the dugouts were moved over the pitch the manager stated that this was to make life a little more uncomfortable for the visiting team. By the same token he should learn not to react to every comment directed his way. After all we are at a football match where not everyone agrees with every comment heard around you. What is the alternative? Should we all sit on our hands in silence unless applauding our team and manager?

When the manager and his team move on to a club more befitting to his talents I hope we can look back on his time here as a period of on field success, but I for one will not miss his and his assistants antics.


Another biased anti-Evans opinion.


teapot makes a valid argument, abc.


Personally I don't give a damn who the manager is, if they are doing a good job. Some of the opinions on here are imo tainted by their dislike of Evans the persona and they are unable/unwilling to give credit where it is due and take every opportunity to have a cheap dig.
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Re: Meden event security

Postby I am Spartacus » Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:44 am

As the annual inspection by the Local Authority’s licensing officer for the ground is on Tuesday against Cardiff I rather hope that Front Row Hero, Meden Security and the travelling Taffs behave. Or we could all end up sharing four seats in the Quarry Lane end.
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Re: Meden event security

Postby yorkshire stag » Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:03 am

oh Joy what a game to
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Re: Meden event security

Postby STAGS FOR LIFE » Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:07 am

I am Spartacus wrote:As the annual inspection by the Local Authority’s licensing officer for the ground is on Tuesday against Cardiff I rather hope that Front Row Hero, Meden Security and the travelling Taffs behave. Or we could all end up sharing four seats in the Quarry Lane end.


i think they need a steward straight behind S E &P R in case anybody starts gobbing off.

funny how 2 matches ago they chucked the guy out who started this thread , then the last match they let things happen and did nothing .
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