Cardboard cut out fans...

OmanGrecian

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To please our friend in the USA, perhaps we could erect a large cardboard fully populated stand in "the gap" as well.

Back to OP, I'd certainly buy a cut out and help raise money for the club. Wonder if the number of cutouts will be shown as an attendance figure.
 

fred binneys head

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Cheltenham have sold 400 which has raised £14,000.
Eh? They were selling them for £25 a pop which means they will have received revenue of £10,000 but will have to deduct VAT and the cost of the cutout from that.

Credit to them for doing it, and every penny counts, but I can’t see it being a huge money spinner. I still think it’s a great idea and we should do it.
 

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Did you see the very good interview with Jack Stacey recently, where he was very respectful re City players......

.....until he said that that goal against Carlisle was the product of hours after training practising cutting in from the right to shoot with his left foot ...’all achieved without breaking any windscreens’:D
 

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Eh? They were selling them for £25 a pop which means they will have received revenue of £10,000 but will have to deduct VAT and the cost of the cutout from that.

Credit to them for doing it, and every penny counts, but I can’t see it being a huge money spinner. I still think it’s a great idea and we should do it.
There have been a few issues with a similar scheme in Australia.

 

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Surprised city havent done this given the links with Signs Express

I'd probably get one out of pure vanity
 
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