York City boss Martin Foyle finally gets his man as Michael Gash signs for £55,000

York Press: Michael Gash watches his new team-mates in action against Hartlepool after signing for York City last night Michael Gash watches his new team-mates in action against Hartlepool after signing for York City last night

DONE and dusted – York City finally got their man as the £55,000 signing of Michael Gash was confirmed after last night’s 2-0 friendly win at home to Hartlepool United.

The 22-year-old Gash travelled to York for a medical and to agree personal terms. He was at Bootham Crescent for the game, settled by second-half strikes from Levi Mackin and Jimmy Jackson, but the move was not sealed until after kick-off because a vote of Ebbsfleet’s cyberspace owners, MyFootball Club, was not concluded until late on.

And in a further boost rugged defender Djoumin Sangare has also agreed the contract offered by the Minstermen.

However, the capture of Gash, favoured by a 94 per cent vote by the Ebbsfleet electronic following, brought to an end one of the longest pursuits of a player in the Minstermen’s recent history.

City boss Martin Foyle was thrilled the chase spanning more than six weeks was now over and that the former Ebbsfleet United marksman could start his link-up with City in the countdown to the Blue Square Premier kick-off at Oxford United a fortnight today.

Said a relieved Foyle: “It’s been a saga, a real saga. It’s been one of the longest transfers I have ever been involved in and likely to be.

“But it’s done now we have got Michael here and I am so pleased because I really rate the lad.

“His hold-up play is excellent, he’s the right age and the most important thing is he wants to play for York City.”

The pursuit of front-man Gash has proved one of the most arduous deals to seal for the Minstermen.

It was back in June that it was first revealed City had tabled an £80,000 bid for Gash, defender Darius Charles and midfielder Neil Barrett.

Only Barrett arrived after the joint cash offer for Gash and Charles stalled when centre-back Charles announced at the 11th hour he did not want to move north.

Foyle though was determined to revive a deal for Gash, whom he views as the final jigsaw to complete City’s attacking armoury for the new campaign.

An offer of £55,000 – some £30,000 up front followed by a second payment of £25,000 due on New Year’s Day, 2010 – was resubmitted to Ebbsfleet and finally sanctioned by an overwhelming vote on the internet by the Kent club’s fans.

However, those barriers have now been cleared for Gash to become City’s first big money signing since the capture of Northern Ireland international goalkeeper Alan Fettis.

While money has not changed hands for defender Sangare, City boss Foyle was also delighted at getting the defender to sign terms.

“He’s another one for the future. He’s got a lot of strength and that’s going to be important once we get the new season underway.”

Of last night’s win, Foyle reckoned that while the second-half was a huge improvement, he rated his side’s overall performance as worth six or seven out of ten.

“We started a bit slow and we can’t afford to do that when the season starts. There were some good things about the second half especially but we can, and we must do better.”

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8:05am Sat 25 Jul 09

cityfan08 says...

Welcome Micheal. we are now strong in all areas. although i would like to see another keeper as cover for Ingham.
Welcome Micheal. we are now strong in all areas. although i would like to see another keeper as cover for Ingham. cityfan08

9:32am Sat 25 Jul 09

velcro says...

Yes, welcome indeed! We now have competition for the shirt in all parts of the pitch, except maybe as cityfan08 points out, keeper. I don,t dislike Mimms, but he has appeared to be a bit overwhelmed in previous appearances. Anyway, looking forward to getting GASH on my shirt!
Yes, welcome indeed! We now have competition for the shirt in all parts of the pitch, except maybe as cityfan08 points out, keeper. I don,t dislike Mimms, but he has appeared to be a bit overwhelmed in previous appearances. Anyway, looking forward to getting GASH on my shirt! velcro

11:09am Sat 25 Jul 09

jimmyfivebellies says...

i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.
i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive. jimmyfivebellies

11:17am Sat 25 Jul 09

Imp says...

jimmyfivebellies wrote:
i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.
How much do you actually think the belt has been tightened?

The wage budget is no different to last year and the cash for Gash comes from the Boyes sale.


Basically, Wembley, Woolford etc has all just gone on servicing debt. The budget is the same as last year, it's just we have a manager who seems to have used it much better.
[quote][p][bold]jimmyfivebellies[/bold] wrote: i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.[/p][/quote]How much do you actually think the belt has been tightened? The wage budget is no different to last year and the cash for Gash comes from the Boyes sale. Basically, Wembley, Woolford etc has all just gone on servicing debt. The budget is the same as last year, it's just we have a manager who seems to have used it much better. Imp

11:18am Sat 25 Jul 09

Imp says...

Just to add a note of caution for everyone:
It takes time for players to settle and gel, and this season we have a lot of players who have had to move to play for us. It may well be that the best from this squad doesn't come till next season, and anything around 10th will be progress.
Just to add a note of caution for everyone: It takes time for players to settle and gel, and this season we have a lot of players who have had to move to play for us. It may well be that the best from this squad doesn't come till next season, and anything around 10th will be progress. Imp

12:29pm Sat 25 Jul 09

paul stancliffe says...

Imp have you ever thought of being happy for the club and looking foreward to the season,and stop being so negative and cautious.Live a little ! Come on City.
Imp have you ever thought of being happy for the club and looking foreward to the season,and stop being so negative and cautious.Live a little ! Come on City. paul stancliffe

12:36pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Alan Fetish says...

Imp wrote:
jimmyfivebellies wrote:
i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.
How much do you actually think the belt has been tightened?

The wage budget is no different to last year and the cash for Gash comes from the Boyes sale.


Basically, Wembley, Woolford etc has all just gone on servicing debt. The budget is the same as last year, it's just we have a manager who seems to have used it much better.
I'm not sure Jimmy was saying our belt had been tightened, rather the belts of those around us.
[quote][p][bold]Imp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmyfivebellies[/bold] wrote: i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.[/p][/quote]How much do you actually think the belt has been tightened? The wage budget is no different to last year and the cash for Gash comes from the Boyes sale. Basically, Wembley, Woolford etc has all just gone on servicing debt. The budget is the same as last year, it's just we have a manager who seems to have used it much better.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure Jimmy was saying our belt had been tightened, rather the belts of those around us. Alan Fetish

1:12pm Sat 25 Jul 09

speaks99 says...

You haave to admit it's a shame that there are so many strong teams this season compared to previous seasons. I think Luton will win it for me but I think/hope we will be challenging for the play off places come May.

Got to agree with Imp though, it does take time to settle players into a club. Don't expect overnight miricles, although saying that, most of the other clubs are in the same position aren't they??

A quick word on james Meredith - where was he last season??!!!?!?
You haave to admit it's a shame that there are so many strong teams this season compared to previous seasons. I think Luton will win it for me but I think/hope we will be challenging for the play off places come May. Got to agree with Imp though, it does take time to settle players into a club. Don't expect overnight miricles, although saying that, most of the other clubs are in the same position aren't they?? A quick word on james Meredith - where was he last season??!!!?!? speaks99

1:12pm Sat 25 Jul 09

No.4-IanHolmes says...

Wind up or not, I can sympathise with what Dan_ycfc says. He was there, and it was only a friendly, so why not let him have a run out if no-one had any objections. We'd have done it at my village team in the good old days. It's a shame life's not like that any more.
Wind up or not, I can sympathise with what Dan_ycfc says. He was there, and it was only a friendly, so why not let him have a run out if no-one had any objections. We'd have done it at my village team in the good old days. It's a shame life's not like that any more. No.4-IanHolmes

1:17pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Romfordpele says...

The key quote from Foyle concerns Gash's ability to hold up play, because this is an area where we were particularly weak last season. If the strikers can make it stick up front it allows the midfield, which is much improved in terms of technical ability, to get up and offer support.

While Rankine is a sizeable target he's still a little raw, as too is Brodie. Pacquette, on the other hand, is yet to suggest he's little more than a back-up.

It would be interesting to hear what others have to say about the new faces...
The key quote from Foyle concerns Gash's ability to hold up play, because this is an area where we were particularly weak last season. If the strikers can make it stick up front it allows the midfield, which is much improved in terms of technical ability, to get up and offer support. While Rankine is a sizeable target he's still a little raw, as too is Brodie. Pacquette, on the other hand, is yet to suggest he's little more than a back-up. It would be interesting to hear what others have to say about the new faces... Romfordpele

1:32pm Sat 25 Jul 09

speaks99 says...

Didn't we also pay a fee for Darren Kelly the year before last? I was under the impression that £10k was paid...
Didn't we also pay a fee for Darren Kelly the year before last? I was under the impression that £10k was paid... speaks99

1:37pm Sat 25 Jul 09

speaks99 says...

speaks99 wrote:
Didn't we also pay a fee for Darren Kelly the year before last? I was under the impression that £10k was paid...
Wikipedia just says a 5 figure fee was paid - is this a "big money transfer".

Is quoting your own post the same as talking to yourself???
[quote][p][bold]speaks99[/bold] wrote: Didn't we also pay a fee for Darren Kelly the year before last? I was under the impression that £10k was paid...[/p][/quote]Wikipedia just says a 5 figure fee was paid - is this a "big money transfer". Is quoting your own post the same as talking to yourself??? speaks99

1:40pm Sat 25 Jul 09

speaks99 says...

We can't play the lad until his registration is signed over to York. Imagine had he played and got a horrific injury. York would not hold the players licence and therefore could cancel the transfer.

Besides, MG is recovering from an ankle injury. Perhaps needs a bit more training.
We can't play the lad until his registration is signed over to York. Imagine had he played and got a horrific injury. York would not hold the players licence and therefore could cancel the transfer. Besides, MG is recovering from an ankle injury. Perhaps needs a bit more training. speaks99

1:52pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Imp says...

Alan Fetish wrote:
Imp wrote:
jimmyfivebellies wrote:
i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.
How much do you actually think the belt has been tightened?

The wage budget is no different to last year and the cash for Gash comes from the Boyes sale.


Basically, Wembley, Woolford etc has all just gone on servicing debt. The budget is the same as last year, it's just we have a manager who seems to have used it much better.
I'm not sure Jimmy was saying our belt had been tightened, rather the belts of those around us.
Yes, didn't actually mean to say tightened, meant to say "loosened". Noticed the mistake after I'd posted, but hoped people would just get the point.

For those who didn't, the point was, the chairman hasn't actually released anything more than last year.
[quote][p][bold]Alan Fetish[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Imp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmyfivebellies[/bold] wrote: i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.[/p][/quote]How much do you actually think the belt has been tightened? The wage budget is no different to last year and the cash for Gash comes from the Boyes sale. Basically, Wembley, Woolford etc has all just gone on servicing debt. The budget is the same as last year, it's just we have a manager who seems to have used it much better.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure Jimmy was saying our belt had been tightened, rather the belts of those around us.[/p][/quote]Yes, didn't actually mean to say tightened, meant to say "loosened". Noticed the mistake after I'd posted, but hoped people would just get the point. For those who didn't, the point was, the chairman hasn't actually released anything more than last year. Imp

1:58pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Imp says...

paul stancliffe wrote:
Imp have you ever thought of being happy for the club and looking foreward to the season,and stop being so negative and cautious.Live a little ! Come on City.
It never fails to amaze me how so many people are incapable of grasping subtlties. I'm not being negative, not saying I'm not looking forward to the season and not being overly cautious.

The problem at York is that fans blow up their expectations far too much every year, then turn very quickly when they are not met. I just want people to have a healthy expectation, that will be even sweeter when it's surpassed. I've been saying since April that we should see Foyle's job as a 2 year project, and the fact is it would still be an amazing acheivment if we finish 10th or better. Nothing negative about saying that.

I am very happy for the club, and as I said earlier I think we've made a good signing and have a much stronger side.


That's the last time I'm responding to some idiot calling me negative, I've had enough of it this week.
[quote][p][bold]paul stancliffe[/bold] wrote: Imp have you ever thought of being happy for the club and looking foreward to the season,and stop being so negative and cautious.Live a little ! Come on City.[/p][/quote]It never fails to amaze me how so many people are incapable of grasping subtlties. I'm not being negative, not saying I'm not looking forward to the season and not being overly cautious. The problem at York is that fans blow up their expectations far too much every year, then turn very quickly when they are not met. I just want people to have a healthy expectation, that will be even sweeter when it's surpassed. I've been saying since April that we should see Foyle's job as a 2 year project, and the fact is it would still be an amazing acheivment if we finish 10th or better. Nothing negative about saying that. I am very happy for the club, and as I said earlier I think we've made a good signing and have a much stronger side. That's the last time I'm responding to some idiot calling me negative, I've had enough of it this week. Imp

2:00pm Sat 25 Jul 09

OLD - HEAD says...

While I am pleased that Michael Gash has eventually signed for York City, he will definately need time to reach full match fitness. Because he has played no part in Ebbsfleets friendly matches, then City fans will have to be patient and not expect him to be firing on all cylinders just yet. The signing of Sangare is also good news and the squad already looks much stronger than last season. There are about a dozen teams with serious ambitions for promotion, and I would put City among that group. However is is going to be very difficult this season to actually achieve that goal, so lets hope for the best. A good start to the season is essential.
While I am pleased that Michael Gash has eventually signed for York City, he will definately need time to reach full match fitness. Because he has played no part in Ebbsfleets friendly matches, then City fans will have to be patient and not expect him to be firing on all cylinders just yet. The signing of Sangare is also good news and the squad already looks much stronger than last season. There are about a dozen teams with serious ambitions for promotion, and I would put City among that group. However is is going to be very difficult this season to actually achieve that goal, so lets hope for the best. A good start to the season is essential. OLD - HEAD

2:09pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Alan Fetish says...

Imp wrote:
Alan Fetish wrote:
Imp wrote:
jimmyfivebellies wrote:
i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.
How much do you actually think the belt has been tightened?

The wage budget is no different to last year and the cash for Gash comes from the Boyes sale.


Basically, Wembley, Woolford etc has all just gone on servicing debt. The budget is the same as last year, it's just we have a manager who seems to have used it much better.
I'm not sure Jimmy was saying our belt had been tightened, rather the belts of those around us.
Yes, didn't actually mean to say tightened, meant to say "loosened". Noticed the mistake after I'd posted, but hoped people would just get the point.

For those who didn't, the point was, the chairman hasn't actually released anything more than last year.
I see. Quite right.
[quote][p][bold]Imp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan Fetish[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Imp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmyfivebellies[/bold] wrote: i can honestly say this is the 1st time i have felt so confident at the start of a new season since we were relegated.we finally have a 'strong' squad,which is defo capable of challenging at the top.every team needs to be strong in every department.we now have that,thanks to the chairman,who has released the cash to do it.the majority of lower clubs are tightning their belts,so it's good to see us being positive.[/p][/quote]How much do you actually think the belt has been tightened? The wage budget is no different to last year and the cash for Gash comes from the Boyes sale. Basically, Wembley, Woolford etc has all just gone on servicing debt. The budget is the same as last year, it's just we have a manager who seems to have used it much better.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure Jimmy was saying our belt had been tightened, rather the belts of those around us.[/p][/quote]Yes, didn't actually mean to say tightened, meant to say "loosened". Noticed the mistake after I'd posted, but hoped people would just get the point. For those who didn't, the point was, the chairman hasn't actually released anything more than last year.[/p][/quote]I see. Quite right. Alan Fetish

4:15pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Dan_ycfc says...

One Gary Barlow, theres only one Gary Barlow
One Gary Barlow, theres only one Gary Barlow Dan_ycfc

4:32pm Sat 25 Jul 09

PDH says...

I didnt think you would let them wind you up imp, but other people are entitled to comment about your postings, just as you are, and do, about everyone elses.
I didnt think you would let them wind you up imp, but other people are entitled to comment about your postings, just as you are, and do, about everyone elses. PDH

4:34pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Head of Bomber Command says...

Imp wrote:
Just to add a note of caution for everyone: It takes time for players to settle and gel, and this season we have a lot of players who have had to move to play for us. It may well be that the best from this squad doesn't come till next season, and anything around 10th will be progress.
I agree totally with you imp. It will be a wonderful bonus if the side is seen to be challenging to get up come next April.
The team was on it's hands and knees last term, so it is next to crawling and then walking.

Evolution chaps.

Good sensible Post as usual imp.

HOBC
[quote][p][bold]Imp[/bold] wrote: Just to add a note of caution for everyone: It takes time for players to settle and gel, and this season we have a lot of players who have had to move to play for us. It may well be that the best from this squad doesn't come till next season, and anything around 10th will be progress.[/p][/quote]I agree totally with you imp. It will be a wonderful bonus if the side is seen to be challenging to get up come next April. The team was on it's hands and knees last term, so it is next to crawling and then walking. Evolution chaps. Good sensible Post as usual imp. HOBC Head of Bomber Command

5:21pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Head of Bomber Command says...

speaks99 wrote:
Didn't we also pay a fee for Darren Kelly the year before last? I was under the impression that £10k was paid...
speaks99 I believe it was 30K that Billy had us pay for Darren. He was being chased by a couple of teams from across the border, Gretna being one of them.
[quote][p][bold]speaks99[/bold] wrote: Didn't we also pay a fee for Darren Kelly the year before last? I was under the impression that £10k was paid...[/p][/quote]speaks99 I believe it was 30K that Billy had us pay for Darren. He was being chased by a couple of teams from across the border, Gretna being one of them. Head of Bomber Command

6:05pm Sat 25 Jul 09

Brodes says...

Anyone else think he looks quite like former 'Lotto lout' Mikey Carroll? : )

Welcome Michael good luck!
Was there last night excellent showing. Mackin was great in midfield, defence very solid, strikers mixed with Rankine good with flick on's if little else!

Im very positive for the new season, especially in the middle of the park much improved!
Anyone else think he looks quite like former 'Lotto lout' Mikey Carroll? : ) Welcome Michael good luck! Was there last night excellent showing. Mackin was great in midfield, defence very solid, strikers mixed with Rankine good with flick on's if little else! Im very positive for the new season, especially in the middle of the park much improved! Brodes

10:15am Sun 26 Jul 09

born&breed says...

Officially - the result of the vote was confirmed at 8-35pm - until then Gash was unable to agree terms and put pen to paper. I know the Chairman and the manager have worked extremely hard to secure the deal - thanks to both of them. The club is in a far better position due to the Wembley trip, the sale of Wolly and Boyes - remember if these hadn't taken place we would have lost over 250k - we broke even for the season - the Chairman is very passionate about the club, and taking it forward, regaining our league position, but his pockets are not bottomless. We need to get behind the club, feet on the terraces and bums on the seats will give the club more money to take us to the next level. Looking forward to greeting 'Pirate Pete' on his rare visit to KKC - next step let's get rid of the KKC - back to BC
Officially - the result of the vote was confirmed at 8-35pm - until then Gash was unable to agree terms and put pen to paper. I know the Chairman and the manager have worked extremely hard to secure the deal - thanks to both of them. The club is in a far better position due to the Wembley trip, the sale of Wolly and Boyes - remember if these hadn't taken place we would have lost over 250k - we broke even for the season - the Chairman is very passionate about the club, and taking it forward, regaining our league position, but his pockets are not bottomless. We need to get behind the club, feet on the terraces and bums on the seats will give the club more money to take us to the next level. Looking forward to greeting 'Pirate Pete' on his rare visit to KKC - next step let's get rid of the KKC - back to BC born&breed

12:04pm Sun 26 Jul 09

calders says...

Think that Gash's obvious desire to play for us bodes well. Great to see highlights on YCTV- thanks to those involved from an exile. I think we've made great strides in midfield and pleased to see Barrett and Mackin contributing goals too.Rankine looks to make good moves -bit stocky?I look forward to seeing how Gash will fit in. Come on City!
Think that Gash's obvious desire to play for us bodes well. Great to see highlights on YCTV- thanks to those involved from an exile. I think we've made great strides in midfield and pleased to see Barrett and Mackin contributing goals too.Rankine looks to make good moves -bit stocky?I look forward to seeing how Gash will fit in. Come on City! calders

2:54pm Sun 26 Jul 09

calders says...

Dan_ycfc wrote:
One Gary Barlow, theres only one Gary Barlow
I thought Father Dougal/ Thermoman. Let's hope the latter
[quote][p][bold]Dan_ycfc[/bold] wrote: One Gary Barlow, theres only one Gary Barlow[/p][/quote]I thought Father Dougal/ Thermoman. Let's hope the latter calders

8:21pm Sun 26 Jul 09

RickyC says...

Delighted that Gash has now signed. If he can get 15+ league goals i believe we have a real chance of finishing in the top 5 this season.
Delighted that Gash has now signed. If he can get 15+ league goals i believe we have a real chance of finishing in the top 5 this season. RickyC

11:48pm Sun 26 Jul 09

Alan Fetish says...

Newshawk, have you seen that all of our posts have been removed? I could keep this cat and mouse game up all day! Still haven't corrected the 80k Barrett deal comment. Haven't they got some news to report?
Newshawk, have you seen that all of our posts have been removed? I could keep this cat and mouse game up all day! Still haven't corrected the 80k Barrett deal comment. Haven't they got some news to report? Alan Fetish

12:19am Mon 27 Jul 09

shirl.ycs says...

born&breed wrote:
Officially - the result of the vote was confirmed at 8-35pm - until then Gash was unable to agree terms and put pen to paper. I know the Chairman and the manager have worked extremely hard to secure the deal - thanks to both of them. The club is in a far better position due to the Wembley trip, the sale of Wolly and Boyes - remember if these hadn't taken place we would have lost over 250k - we broke even for the season - the Chairman is very passionate about the club, and taking it forward, regaining our league position, but his pockets are not bottomless. We need to get behind the club, feet on the terraces and bums on the seats will give the club more money to take us to the next level. Looking forward to greeting 'Pirate Pete' on his rare visit to KKC - next step let's get rid of the KKC - back to BC
Well said....500 on each home gate would compensate for the loss of Setanta money(though I still think there will be some form of Conference coverage but to what degree I don't know)The KKC sponsorship runs out in January 2010.so.. back to BC or Pryers Park?????
[quote][p][bold]born&breed[/bold] wrote: Officially - the result of the vote was confirmed at 8-35pm - until then Gash was unable to agree terms and put pen to paper. I know the Chairman and the manager have worked extremely hard to secure the deal - thanks to both of them. The club is in a far better position due to the Wembley trip, the sale of Wolly and Boyes - remember if these hadn't taken place we would have lost over 250k - we broke even for the season - the Chairman is very passionate about the club, and taking it forward, regaining our league position, but his pockets are not bottomless. We need to get behind the club, feet on the terraces and bums on the seats will give the club more money to take us to the next level. Looking forward to greeting 'Pirate Pete' on his rare visit to KKC - next step let's get rid of the KKC - back to BC[/p][/quote]Well said....500 on each home gate would compensate for the loss of Setanta money(though I still think there will be some form of Conference coverage but to what degree I don't know)The KKC sponsorship runs out in January 2010.so.. back to BC or Pryers Park????? shirl.ycs

4:49pm Mon 27 Jul 09

speaks99 says...

Alan Fetish wrote:
Newshawk, have you seen that all of our posts have been removed? I could keep this cat and mouse game up all day! Still haven't corrected the 80k Barrett deal comment. Haven't they got some news to report?
You should kerb your subversive behavior...
[quote][p][bold]Alan Fetish[/bold] wrote: Newshawk, have you seen that all of our posts have been removed? I could keep this cat and mouse game up all day! Still haven't corrected the 80k Barrett deal comment. Haven't they got some news to report?[/p][/quote]You should kerb your subversive behavior... speaks99

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