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Chairman's letter re: season tickets

sunnyinkent

Vital Reserves Team
#3
Personally i wish the club the very best and I hope everything works out for both the management and the supporters, however what truly worries me is several players will be leaving ? What has happened too money for Hanlan ? Also if players are being sold what is happening too that money ?
I have supported our club and will support in the future. Also I realise it took guts for his letter too the supporters..
 
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Trev_GFC

Vital 1st Team Regular
#4
Personally i wish the club the very best and I hope everything works out for both the management and the supporters, however what truly worries me is several players will be leaving ? What has happened too money for Hanlan ? Also if players are being sold what is happening too that money ?
I have supported our club and will support in the future.
Pretty sure he means those who have turned down new deals: Ogilvie, Graham and Bonham.

£100 initial membership fee for the adult supporters clubs unless you have a season ticket this season gone which you’ve foregone.

A cashless stadium. More like a cashless club😂 (I’m joking Paul, surely that’s only a yellow or a word).

Repayment over a maximum three seasons.
 

LockdownLife

Vital Reserves Team
#8
It all seems very fair to me, and whilst still long it wasn't rambling like before.

I say this as someone without a ST but it does seem like a logical solution. Maybe the comms in the past year could have been better but I think it's sensible he let the situation play out a bit whilst putting the clubs future first.

I await WX's view on the matter...
 

LockdownLife

Vital Reserves Team
#12
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To be honest it just seems like a supporter's club. They're common at the high level but that's usually when teams sell out.

I assume we won't get anything close to £100 worth of value from it but I've long since stopped thinking of the Gills in monetary value as you'd soon give up! I really see it as a donation.
 

Nobby_66

Vital 1st Team Regular
#13
Might be good if you're not a ST holder in that members at most clubs get the next "dibs" on cup tickets etc. Will definitely look at it if I don't get a ST this season
 

shotshy

Vital Football Hero
#14
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To be honest it just seems like a supporter's club. They're common at the high level but that's usually when teams sell out.

I assume we won't get anything close to £100 worth of value from it but I've long since stopped thinking of the Gills in monetary value as you'd soon give up! I really see it as a donation.
Ditto
I’ve thought that for years.
I always liked to donate to Gills and Shepherd Neame.
 

wxgill

Vital Squad Member
#15
To summarise:

The club owe me £60 from the season just gone (£290 - £230 ifollow games) and wat to pay me back over 3 years - £20 a year.

And i can have 5 free tickets to the same EFL game this coming season for the 5 games missed in the previous year.

Why not spread the tickets over 5 games so i can bring people to 5 DIFFERENT games?

I think this is a poor offer.
 

valenciagill

Vital Football Hero
#16
To summarise:

The club owe me £60 from the season just gone (£290 - £230 ifollow games) and wat to pay me back over 3 years - £20 a year.

And i can have 5 free tickets to the same EFL game this coming season for the 5 games missed in the previous year.

Why not spread the tickets over 5 games so i can bring people to 5 DIFFERENT games?

I think this is a poor offer.
For the five games you missed , are all 5 opponents still in league 1 ?
 

shotshy

Vital Football Hero
#17
To summarise:

The club owe me £60 from the season just gone (£290 - £230 ifollow games) and wat to pay me back over 3 years - £20 a year.

And i can have 5 free tickets to the same EFL game this coming season for the 5 games missed in the previous year.

Why not spread the tickets over 5 games so i can bring people to 5 DIFFERENT games?

I think this is a poor offer.
I’m sure Scally is open to negotiation. Contact the club and tell them what you would accept.