Is it time for serious changes at the club

i8cornwall

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Why is it I get the impression Ian that you always want to be somewhere else and when you get there you still aren't satisfied and want again to be somewhere else. We have to think bigger for success? The thing with that mindset is it never ends. There is always bigger, always somewhere higher to be. What about the now? I think we have been successful and are successful now. Why chase what you already have? What on earth is so glorious further up the pyramid that we don't have now?
After reading this I’m so happy I support Bolton as well, who knew a city message board would make me look forward to the tough road ahead at the Reebok and the ambition to better what we have.

Anyway back to city so what are people thoughts on turning the seats in the New Grandstand a light red so they match those in the Ip office stand? After all that’s the level city do and always will operate at in its current form.
 

i8cornwall

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Support two clubs??? No, I support one club, my loyalties aren't divided.
I’ve supported Bolton since I was 8 so in that case I’ll keep my hard earned I spend at city.

Odd though as you said it’s all about the match day experience and you clearly don’t mind if we win or lose. Is that actual real support though?
 

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I’ve supported Bolton since I was 8 so in that case I’ll keep my hard earned I spend at city.

Odd though as you said it’s all about the match day experience and you clearly don’t mind if we win or lose. Is that actual real support though?
No it isn't is it. I'm obviously not a true supporter like you. I shall strive to learn from an expert. Please PM me details of how to join the Bolton supporters club. Cheers.
 

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I’ve supported Bolton since I was 8 so in that case I’ll keep my hard earned I spend at city.

Odd though as you said it’s all about the match day experience and you clearly don’t mind if we win or lose. Is that actual real support though?
Support is going to games win, lose or draw. Whether an individual cares about the result or not is not relevant. I go to watch Exeter for myriad other reasons than simply the outcome of their matches.
 

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*Also the Chiefs is a poor comparison, they were a top half championship side before properly investing in their club, not a 4th Division side. And investing in a championship rugby club in 2005 would have needed significantly less money than a football league club would in 2020 to make it successful.
Correct. The circumstances are entirely different.
 
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