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Protest Plans This Tuesday

Make yourself seen and heard this Tuesday night at the match versus Peterborough.

With so many disgruntled fans it was only a matter of time before action was taken and this Tuesday will be when the club, hopefully, start to take notice.

For those wishing to be vocal on Tuesday night there are plans by a large group congregate just below the press box (/table) at top of the Main Stand for a peaceful, but very vocal protest.

Secondly, you can print out a 'Holland Out' sign. All you have to do is print off the below image and use it on Tuesday night - and any other match it may be needed. Hold it up as the teams run out or pin it to your seat as you leave the ground.

Anyone wishing to print out duplicates to hand out would be helping immensely too. The more people with them the more pressure on the club.... the more chance of action being taken!

So, print this off and hold it up on Tuesday: http://img79.imageshack.us/img79/9712/hollandoutng3.jpg

This is an opportunity for fans to make a difference. If we don't grasp this with both hand then there's no point in whinging about Dario, Holland, Bowler and Baker.




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Writer: Dink Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 26 2008

Time: 10:32AM

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all is not well at Gresty Road then :-)
merlin
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26/10/2008 11:58:00

That's a big sign. Do you think though midweek games are best time to protest?
murph
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27/10/2008 08:19:00

so thats why you've not been winning......fans want the manager out........ its nothing to do with the players then ???
lincolnblue
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27/10/2008 15:57:00

Spent 800k in the summer. If it's the players then it's the manager's fault for buying them! On paper though they shouldn't be bottom of the league and destined for League One.
Dink.
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27/10/2008 18:22:00

League Two.... sorry. ;-)
Dink.
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27/10/2008 18:23:00

 

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