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  2. Should have called it Numpty Lemone.
  3. Its quite clever really its an anagram of EMPLOYMENT and it was an employment agency. Don't know if he came up with the name,or that's what it was called when he acquired it?
  4. Excellent first post - where have you been. There's still time to stand up.
  5. I've sent you a personal message.
  6. It was a Goodyear when it was built.
  7. Having read the messages on Beardyman's board for many years, this is my first post. As some fans are still alluding to the last forum involving Stewart Day, I would like to add my own observations on what occurred at that meeting. To say I was ashamed to be an Bury fan that night after over 50 years of being a Shaker is an understatement. The vitriol in the room was tangible and the whole atmosphere was toxic. It is an absolute disgrace that people who tried to ask legitimate questions about the finances, equally people engaging in private conversations expressing their doubts about Day's leadership were physically threatened by Mr Day's acolytes scattered around the room. As usual, questions had been hand picked and nothing pertinent to the financial situation was asked. Yet again we had a question about Carrington that gave Day carte-blanche to talk for the next 30 minutes or so about its so called benefits, something we had heard time and again before. One person in the room was booed for asking an important question about the very worrying financial situation yet people on the front row were allowed to shout out "Well done Stewie" "You're doing a great job Stewie". Definitely not something I wanted to listen to as I had sussed Mr Day out some time ago. To Rovers Roy, The Keyboard Warriors and the individuals who wrote to the Bury Times I would like to add my thanks to you as you all had the guts to try and raise the necessary questions. To this day I deeply regret not standing up to be counted and if the club does fold, will deeply regret not adding my voice to those who tried to make a difference.
  8. I think if it's on the line it will sell out. Remember Millwall yrs ago, needed to win to win the title. 11k sell out with another 2k locked out ( I know people who couldn't get in ) with Bury fans in the Millwall end. The Millwall fans where shuffled in the corner when the GMP worked out that the majority in their end were shakers.. That could easily happen again..
  9. Anyone (Spee!) know if the highlighted bit is true? If so, talk about false economy...when contracted players like O'Shea, Thompson, O'Connell, Telford, etc., (plus 'youth' players) can go for nowt (if i'm reading it right) and add in, no compo for Lowe/his staff. Like i say, IF true, we've tossed about a million pounds away there. Here's hoping it's not true.
  10. Both from what she said. Although (no offence Joy) up until she was shat on by both she seemed to support the whole FB selling shares to SD1 thing and was defending the move a fair bit. I apologise if my memory deceives me.
  11. At least if we get liquidated I won't have to log on here and read these puns. Every cloud..!
  12. Their stadium is looking a little tyred now..!
  13. I think the term you are looking for is shat on.
  14. Wasn't that Joy Hart who basically got ignored and sidelined by the board at the time?
  15. I have been holding back but now feel the least I can do is renew and will do so in next few days.
  16. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By3WszcF1Pf9NUoyLTY1eWl4UGc/view?usp=drivesdk The SOS Trust doc.
  17. Didn't Forever Bury have someone on the board at the time the shares were transferred? Looking through that list the shares went to Mederco rather than Day. The only way they would have beel allowed to be sold is if all directors (as trustees of the shares) agreed that it was the correct thing to do. I can only presume that these were the shares Day talked about when he mentioned about converting loans.
  18. The chairman has done a lot - not million upon million but helps out financially. Plus did a lot to make sure they were able to buy the land and then build the Pirelli. Maybe a lot wasnt fair but he does help. agree totally on all your other points.
  19. Flitcroft wasn’t the problem, Ben Futcher was. Just ask Nicky Adams.
  20. Well done,and good luck! Nice to see your pointless days are behind you!
  21. I missed this. It was both my birthday and my stag-do which had already been planned for Blackpool. It was a great day but I still regret not going to this match.
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