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From The Boardroom - Pearlman 14:23 - Oct 27 with 4266 viewsQJumpingJack

Merchandise sales slightly down + we have now acquired land near the South Stand if were were to expand the stadium.

https://www.swanseacity.com/news/boardroom-5
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 14:43 - Oct 27 with 3057 viewsicecoldjack

Expand the stadium ?




The old ones are the best..
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 15:14 - Oct 27 with 2959 viewsQJumpingJack

How much does he get paid to write stuff like this?
It is worrying. Very worrying.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 15:21 - Oct 27 with 2933 viewsGaryjack

There is one reason, and one reason only why they have acquired that land. And that is to stop Mcdonalds moving in, which would have wiped out food sales in a stroke.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 15:33 - Oct 27 with 2869 viewsSmellyplumz

Good to see Pearl man earning his massive wedge

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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 17:14 - Oct 27 with 2696 views_

All positive, insightful info, why make a shit storm out of it. Are your lives seriously that bad?

You're all out of time....the past was yours but the future's mine.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 17:42 - Oct 27 with 2544 viewswaynekerr55

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 15:21 - Oct 27 by Garyjack

There is one reason, and one reason only why they have acquired that land. And that is to stop Mcdonalds moving in, which would have wiped out food sales in a stroke.


Which, in fairness seems the logical thing to do.

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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 17:50 - Oct 27 with 2494 viewsGaryjack

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 17:42 - Oct 27 by waynekerr55

Which, in fairness seems the logical thing to do.


Indeed Wayne. But let's not try and dress it up as something else eh?
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 17:59 - Oct 27 with 2433 views3swan

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 15:21 - Oct 27 by Garyjack

There is one reason, and one reason only why they have acquired that land. And that is to stop Mcdonalds moving in, which would have wiped out food sales in a stroke.


My memory might be wrong but wasn't it announced years before the takeover that the club was looking to get the land when McD were first interested?
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:04 - Oct 27 with 2403 viewsNeathJack

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 15:21 - Oct 27 by Garyjack

There is one reason, and one reason only why they have acquired that land. And that is to stop Mcdonalds moving in, which would have wiped out food sales in a stroke.


There's a Mcdonalds being built on the land next to the tennis centre, starting next week.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:37 - Oct 27 with 2264 viewsGaryjack

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 17:59 - Oct 27 by 3swan

My memory might be wrong but wasn't it announced years before the takeover that the club was looking to get the land when McD were first interested?


Correct Clive.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:38 - Oct 27 with 2249 viewsGaryjack

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:04 - Oct 27 by NeathJack

There's a Mcdonalds being built on the land next to the tennis centre, starting next week.


A bit different to having one right outside the Family Stand though!
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:46 - Oct 27 with 2201 viewsjack247

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 17:14 - Oct 27 by _

All positive, insightful info, why make a shit storm out of it. Are your lives seriously that bad?


To be honest mate, my frustration is we’ve got Roberts and Rodon (as well as bigger earners) out of contract in a few months, then you’ve got a chief operating officer who didn’t do a lot better than Dineen at raising profile and bringing in sponsorship on a massive chunk. I’m not going to pretend to know the ins and outs of his role, but surely we don’t need him as well as Jenkins now the commercial opportunities are massively reduced. If we spent his wage on a new contract for either of them I’d be delighted
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:48 - Oct 27 with 2190 viewsDr_Winston

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:46 - Oct 27 by jack247

To be honest mate, my frustration is we’ve got Roberts and Rodon (as well as bigger earners) out of contract in a few months, then you’ve got a chief operating officer who didn’t do a lot better than Dineen at raising profile and bringing in sponsorship on a massive chunk. I’m not going to pretend to know the ins and outs of his role, but surely we don’t need him as well as Jenkins now the commercial opportunities are massively reduced. If we spent his wage on a new contract for either of them I’d be delighted


Dineen had the best part of a decade of league success and European competition to deliver jack shit. Pearlman hasn't achieved a hell of a lot but his job has been done under significantly different circumstances.

Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:50 - Oct 27 with 2173 views_

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:46 - Oct 27 by jack247

To be honest mate, my frustration is we’ve got Roberts and Rodon (as well as bigger earners) out of contract in a few months, then you’ve got a chief operating officer who didn’t do a lot better than Dineen at raising profile and bringing in sponsorship on a massive chunk. I’m not going to pretend to know the ins and outs of his role, but surely we don’t need him as well as Jenkins now the commercial opportunities are massively reduced. If we spent his wage on a new contract for either of them I’d be delighted


Contracts are being discussed. They're not an overnight thing.

Let's give the whole ship SCFC a break is it?!

You're all out of time....the past was yours but the future's mine.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:55 - Oct 27 with 2151 viewsjack247

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:48 - Oct 27 by Dr_Winston

Dineen had the best part of a decade of league success and European competition to deliver jack shit. Pearlman hasn't achieved a hell of a lot but his job has been done under significantly different circumstances.


I’m not bigging Dineen up there, but he is what he is, a fan and local businessman who almost learned the job on the hop. Pearlmam was recruited on a big wage to grow us as a global brand.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:58 - Oct 27 with 2125 viewsDr_Winston

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:55 - Oct 27 by jack247

I’m not bigging Dineen up there, but he is what he is, a fan and local businessman who almost learned the job on the hop. Pearlmam was recruited on a big wage to grow us as a global brand.


And inherited a commercial department not fit for purpose and a team struggling in the league thus not exactly attractive to sponsors. If CP had the job when Dineen was doing it it's hard to imagine him having less of an effect.

Leaving Dineen in charge of the commercial proceedings whilst we were in the PL was a massive missed opportunity. Putting Pearlman in charge when we were heading out of it was a case of slamming the stable door long after the horse had bolted.

Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:59 - Oct 27 with 2121 viewsjack247

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:50 - Oct 27 by _

Contracts are being discussed. They're not an overnight thing.

Let's give the whole ship SCFC a break is it?!


Supporting the club doesn’t mean automatically agreeing with everything the owners do. I’d guess half of today’s team are out of contract in the summer. Yes, they take a long time to discuss, it should have been done, with those two at least, before they became first team regulars.

When he does something that justifies his salary, at a club that is strapped for cash, I’ll give him credit for it.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:15 - Oct 27 with 2035 views_

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:59 - Oct 27 by jack247

Supporting the club doesn’t mean automatically agreeing with everything the owners do. I’d guess half of today’s team are out of contract in the summer. Yes, they take a long time to discuss, it should have been done, with those two at least, before they became first team regulars.

When he does something that justifies his salary, at a club that is strapped for cash, I’ll give him credit for it.


Bullshit.

In a parallel world those two wouldn't even be playing.

Stop being so pathetic. You're better than that.

Football is fluid, things happen fast, too fast sometimes, this isn't a perfect world yet we've got idiots who've not done anything with their lives chippin away thinking they know better.

You're all out of time....the past was yours but the future's mine.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:20 - Oct 27 with 2012 viewsjasper_T

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:46 - Oct 27 by jack247

To be honest mate, my frustration is we’ve got Roberts and Rodon (as well as bigger earners) out of contract in a few months, then you’ve got a chief operating officer who didn’t do a lot better than Dineen at raising profile and bringing in sponsorship on a massive chunk. I’m not going to pretend to know the ins and outs of his role, but surely we don’t need him as well as Jenkins now the commercial opportunities are massively reduced. If we spent his wage on a new contract for either of them I’d be delighted


8 months. At least two months before even foreign clubs could try poaching them.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:23 - Oct 27 with 1999 viewsjack247

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:15 - Oct 27 by _

Bullshit.

In a parallel world those two wouldn't even be playing.

Stop being so pathetic. You're better than that.

Football is fluid, things happen fast, too fast sometimes, this isn't a perfect world yet we've got idiots who've not done anything with their lives chippin away thinking they know better.


Disagreeing with you, or criticising the board isn’t automatically pathetic. If you’re implying I’m not entitled to an opinion because I’ve never run a football club, then you are also better than that.

By ‘in a parallel world’ I assume you mean if we’d stayed up. If that were the case it still wouldn’t be prudent to let them go for tribunals having developed them all the way through. As for Pearlman, the opportunity isn’t there anymore without the global PL exposure. I just think we could spend that money better elsewhere, particularly while Jenkins is there.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:33 - Oct 27 with 1951 viewsTailGunner

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:15 - Oct 27 by _

Bullshit.

In a parallel world those two wouldn't even be playing.

Stop being so pathetic. You're better than that.

Football is fluid, things happen fast, too fast sometimes, this isn't a perfect world yet we've got idiots who've not done anything with their lives chippin away thinking they know better.


You are in the know as you so often tell us mucka
What do you reckon?
Shall we stop the games?


Stick with the 28

Or the interest of rogue 1??
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:37 - Oct 27 with 1934 viewsjack247

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:20 - Oct 27 by jasper_T

8 months. At least two months before even foreign clubs could try poaching them.


And if in four months time, those two plus a few other first teamers have extended their contracts, I’ll be a lot happier.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:41 - Oct 27 with 1901 viewsbuilthjack

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 18:04 - Oct 27 by NeathJack

There's a Mcdonalds being built on the land next to the tennis centre, starting next week.


On the old car park between Morrisons and the tennis centre I believe

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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:43 - Oct 27 with 1886 viewsNeathJack

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:41 - Oct 27 by builthjack

On the old car park between Morrisons and the tennis centre I believe


Yep.
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From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:49 - Oct 27 with 1846 viewsDarran

From The Boardroom - Pearlman on 19:37 - Oct 27 by jack247

And if in four months time, those two plus a few other first teamers have extended their contracts, I’ll be a lot happier.


If Rodon signs a 5 year contract tomorrow do you think he’ll stay if Man City come in for him in January?

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