Why no campaign against the move?

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Re: Why no campaign against the move?

Postby mywhufc on Wed Aug 15, 2012 9:52 pm

Pop Robson wrote:I see DG is saying he doesn't believe the 88% figure on twitter,

He was right, it was 86%, i did apologise to him for the mistake and send him a link to whs view report, which strangely he retweeted. Not had a reply from him though, can't see why?
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Re: Why no campaign against the move?

Postby Napoleon Solo on Mon Sep 26, 2016 8:29 pm

Why no campaign against the move?

Why wasn't there ever a campaign???
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Re: Why no campaign against the move?

Postby LOS on Mon Sep 26, 2016 10:29 pm

Quite possibly our biggest regret as a collection of supporters. We meekly went along for the ride, and now we are there, i for one am totally gutted with the whole affair. Gutted, I hate it, every bit of it.

Not that I would have the ability to lead such a campaign, but at the same time angry with myself at the lost opportunity for not getting involved in finding out if there was such a thing.

No good crying over spilled milk. Renewal time will be interesting.
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Re: Why no campaign against the move?

Postby Napoleon Solo on Mon Sep 26, 2016 11:16 pm

I posted years ago that West Ham were meekly going to the Olympic Stadium like lambs to the slaughter and that Gold and Sullivan were only interested in their bank balances... I was vilified and sent threatening messages.
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Re: Why no campaign against the move?

Postby Thekorean on Sat Oct 01, 2016 10:50 pm

Napoleon Solo wrote:I posted years ago that West Ham were meekly going to the Olympic Stadium like lambs to the slaughter and that Gold and Sullivan were only interested in their bank balances... I was vilified and sent threatening messages.


I am sorry to hear that you EVER thought Premier League was anything more than a business.
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Re: Why no campaign against the move?

Postby brownout on Tue Oct 04, 2016 6:48 pm

Napoleon Solo wrote:Why no campaign against the move?

Why wasn't there ever a campaign???


There was for a while, set up by mywhufc.
Then there was WHUsVIEW that campaigned for a poll.

We got a lot of abuse.
We said that when people saw the stadium and the walk to Stratford many would change their minds. It see that many have.
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