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PFC23Tommy Posted on 10/03/2018 19:20
Mr Eisner
 
 
I'd love to be a fly on your wall to know what you truly feel abouut the rubbish being served up these past few months
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stubby Posted on 10/03/2018 19:31

Mr Eisner

 
Does he tweet as much as he did prior to takeover

Has he been to the pub with fans as he did prior to takeover

Does he still "get it"like he did prior to takeover

And does he still wear his pompey cap
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chrismilanman Posted on 10/03/2018 19:35

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Well its a damn bit easier to rebuild a half full stadium than a full one. Me thinks this is his cunning plan to get rid of the crowds and season ticket holders so demolish and rebuild. If so hats off for the radiacal plan .

If not "what are you doing Mr Eisner!" have you any plan.
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stubby Posted on 10/03/2018 19:49

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From some comments I latched on to The summer will bring good news.
1 A new badge
2 Faster service at the food/drink kiosks
3 A new screen to replace existing clock/scoreboard

All quite radical stuff really crumbs to keep the the "peasants" happy

ps it was also mooted that playing budget will not change very much for next season (I think it was Mr Redmond) that said budget was adequate for this and next season
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Staunch Posted on 10/03/2018 20:18

Mr Eisner

 
Eisner knows f*ck all about football, as do most Americans. According to him we had an excellent January transfer window????? However, we are going to get a new badge and it's going to a very beautiful badge. Gawd bless you Mr Eisner & your badges, you d*ldo!
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BlueView Posted on 10/03/2018 20:31

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Last seasonís team (and manager) would have beaten both teams at Fratton today.
But the emphasis from on high was to invest in youth.
Decent teams need a 50/50 mixture of youth and experience.
Plus a couple of hard tackling Scottish or Irish players
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PFC23Tommy Posted on 10/03/2018 20:35

Mr Eisner

 
I used to moan a bit when I watched Cooks interviews after a defeat.I've just watched KJ what a bore. God help us if he's all we got for motivation.
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Wrighty2 Posted on 10/03/2018 22:20

Mr Eisner

 
Ooooooooo you canít question the owner, heís only doing what he said remember, big summer coming up and it better be more than a new fking badge
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TAFKAGDR Posted on 10/03/2018 22:26

Mr Eisner

 
Jesus.
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Scottsdale_Pompey Posted on 10/03/2018 23:10
Edited On: 10/03/2018 23:17
Mr Eisner

 
Iíll ask again what I asked last year - name a successful American owner of an English football club.

Iíll save you the bother, there havenít been any. The whole way Americans approach business doesnít sit with the way our clubs and the whole football industry in Europe is set up. Fecks sake, it barely works here!

Itís incredibly unlikely Eisner/Tornante will see any great level of success at Pompey. Iíd put my shirt on it.
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pompeyhighlander Posted on 10/03/2018 23:14

Mr Eisner

 
I understand the new badge will include a wrist slasher logo in recognition of the current fan base. [:D]
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 10/03/2018 23:16

Mr Eisner

 
Isn't it incredibly early to be judging Eisner?
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Scottsdale_Pompey Posted on 10/03/2018 23:19

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Iím not judging him or his organization, Iím just citing precedent.
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bluebob Posted on 10/03/2018 23:42

Mr Eisner

 
Scottsdale you need to check Man Unt owners think they have had a little bit of success 😉
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SOPompey Posted on 10/03/2018 23:43

Mr Eisner

 
Again....for the thickos long term plan doesn't mean success this year.
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 10/03/2018 23:47

Mr Eisner

 
precedent?

So, since the American owners took over at Man Utd, that club has won 5 league championships, 4 league cups, 6 Charity Shields, 1 Champions League and 1 Europa League, and 1 Club World Cup.
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SOPompey Posted on 10/03/2018 23:53

Mr Eisner

 
That can't be right gulf.

Soccer is so different from every other team game that unless you were born within 3 miles of a terrace you can't possible know how to create a sucesfull sustainable sporting business which will be around for the long term and may enjoy some success on the pitch without going into ridiculous debt[:P]
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 10/03/2018 23:54

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arsenal also seem to have won 3 FA cups, and 3 Charity shields under their American owner.

These American owners seem to be doing OK.
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 10/03/2018 23:57

Mr Eisner

 
SO, maybe Scotsdale is getting confused with the CEO of Southampton who is doing an awful job - err tremendous job.
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Staunch Posted on 11/03/2018 00:13

Mr Eisner

 
You may cite arsenal and Man Utd as examples, but are their supporters happy with the owners? The answer is for the most part no.

arsenal have wanted Wenger out for god knows how long, but because he makes them so much money, he's the chairman's wet dream. Wenger never spends on players but usually gets them in the champions league. arsenal fans feel they are years behind the Man City's and Man Utd's's of this world and would have had more success if the board had got rid of Wenger 3-4 years ago.

As for Man Utd what about the green & gold scarves. The Glazer buyout was a leverage buyout which costs Man Utd 60 mill a year. They have actually plunged the club further into debt.
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 11/03/2018 00:38

Mr Eisner

 
So, arsenal are years behind American owned Man Utd?
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Wrighty2 Posted on 11/03/2018 01:11

Mr Eisner

 
Well I really hope Iím wrong and they really do improve our lot Iím a Pompey fan after all but have serious doubts. Donít hear much from em do we ?
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Staunch Posted on 11/03/2018 01:32

Mr Eisner

 
Yes American owned arsenal are years behind American owned Man Utd and neither fans like their American owners for the most part. Hence the Stop Stan Kroenke
destroying arsenal Football Club petition & the green & gold scarves at Man Utd.

Both are a long way behind Emirati owned Man City.

Oh and aren't American owned Sunderland doing well?
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 11/03/2018 07:56

Mr Eisner

 
Americans lol, try again goy you are talking about (((globalists))).
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bluebob Posted on 11/03/2018 08:31

Mr Eisner

 
In fairness Staunch an American club did lose a FA Cup quarter final 10 yrs ago yesterday 😂
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Bluenote Posted on 11/03/2018 09:52

Mr Eisner

 
No fan of Uncle Sam but Liverpool seem to be run well. Ground development, attacking footy etc.
Still all plastic though innit...,
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 11/03/2018 12:13
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Mr Eisner

 
Mansoor and his brothers rule Abu Dhabi, a regime seen increasingly as an authoritarian state,

Itís still a crime to criticize the stateís rulers or belong to a trade union or any organization not licensed by the hierarchy. Only a small minority actually get to vote.

If you managed to get locked up there, it could be that none of your family will know where you actually are, you will probably get tortured with temperature extremes, sleep deprivation, leg suspension, severe beatings, razor blade treatment and solitary confinement. Both Amnesty and Human Rights Watch believe torture is systematic in Abu Dhabi.

There has been much commentary on very low pay and bad working conditions for foreign workers who have been brought into the state to build the spanking new buildings. These workers often have huge recruitment fees placed upon them before they even arrive, and are mostly tied to one employer.

HRW has made specific references to Man City, stating that ownership of the PL club has enabled Abu Dhabi to construct a public relations image of an open, progressive and dynamic Gulf state, which deflects attention from what is really going on in the emirate.

Only this week, a former teacher at Kate Middletonís school has been locked up in a rat infested jail for writing criticism on facebook whilst working in a junior school in the state. His crime is called an ďElectronic InsultĒ. The case was carried out in court purely in Arabic, and he has received a 1 year sentence.

One subject even got sentenced to 3 years in prison after sending tweets to the Minister of Interior expressing concern about his father who had been ill-treated in jail. He was denied access to a lawyer for his first six months of detainment.

The punishment for committing adultery is 100 lashes for unmarried people and stoning to death for married people.

It seems that Man City have owners that are light years behind owners of most other countries.
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chave Posted on 11/03/2018 12:37

Mr Eisner

 
Eisner said all along it was about performing within our means. Not sure why people are expecting much more than season on season improvement. If we're in the second place next year, that's when I'll be concerned.
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Pedalo_menders Posted on 11/03/2018 12:48

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It's headscratching stuff when people are angey with a performance and then start moaning at the owners.

Feel free to moan at the owners about the business plan for the club (if you're not happy about it) but I'm not sure you can blame him for the lack of backbone the players showed yesterday 2nd half.
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Bluenote Posted on 11/03/2018 13:05

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Most club ownership is either American, Chinese, Russian or Arab. To be owned by any one of them isn't particularly inspiring is it?
There are the occasional English owners like Brighton or Bristol City who are doing well, but for every Tony Bloom there's an Owen Oyston.
Still think we missed a trick abandoning the supporter owned model but hey ho, that ship has passed and won't come by no more.
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exiledpompeyfan Posted on 11/03/2018 13:42

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Wrighty, on another post you said you can't see how anyone can be positive about the Eisners cos it's too early but you seem to have no problem with fans making their mind up that they're sh!t and going to be failures.
Personally i'm happy that they ain't promising us the earth. Apparently there's going to be a big announcement in the summer so let's wait and see what that is cos none of us know what it's going to be, it could be a load of boll0cks but it could be something that really benefits the club.
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Alcopops Posted on 11/03/2018 18:48

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I believe a lot of work has been carried out to bring Fratton up to scatch?
This was how we were sold the take-over.A figure of 5m was used.The fan owned model couldn't afford that kind of investment.
As the capacity has been increased I'm assuming some investment has been made.
Not very exciting but pretty much what we were told.
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wayno Posted on 11/03/2018 20:00

Mr Eisner

 
The work thats been carried out on the stadium was already preplanned and budgeted for. Theyve not spent £5mil on the stadium no way!
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Pompey_in_Derby Posted on 11/03/2018 21:50

Mr Eisner

 
Did anyone seriously believe that £5m figure as announced during the week before the election? Gather the true figure to maintain FP is in the range £2m to £3m.

I said at the time that it was in Catlin's interest to get Eisner voted in - knowing he had the job lined up. Despite that, Catlin has been an excellent CEO for us.
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mikey393 Posted on 11/03/2018 22:13

Mr Eisner

 
Man Utd are mortgaged up to the hilt & the Glazers have borrowed against the assets big time to prop up their other businesses. They like other Prem clubs are banking on the TV money in advance every year. Sooner or later once worldwide coverage reaches saturation point it will decline & clubs will struggle big time & some may go bust. That's basic economics. arsenal, have been the only ones making good profits every year but are now under pressure matching high wages & transfer fees. I'm not convinced that Tornante know what they are doing with the club besides a marketing exercise. We don't fit in with any of their other business interests. I hope I'm wrong & all is well but I fear not!
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 11/03/2018 22:16

Mr Eisner

 
The scummers have also made a lot of money - but some fat lady has been stashing it away for a rainy day.

I'm not sure if she has started singing yet.
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Wrighty2 Posted on 11/03/2018 23:23

Mr Eisner

 
Think itís the take over that still rankles with me, think it was too soon and reckon false info used to scare the yes vote.

If we are to live within our means then why not as fan owned ?

Better be a big announcement, they will have had a year so give us something ffs. Letís see how season ticket sales go this summer and if they beat any records.
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TAFKAGDR Posted on 12/03/2018 06:26

Mr Eisner

 
The £5m figure came from the PST ffs.
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Gooders Posted on 12/03/2018 09:17

Mr Eisner

 
The PST let us down, they had no unified approach to Eisner and more importantly they had NO VIABLE PLAN to raise the cash to cover essential safety work.

As someone who was desperate to leave it in the hands of the Trust and HNWI's even I recognised that Eisner ticked all the boxes for the long term.

I find it really odd that when the chips are down on the pitch at the moment people have to look to someone to blame, manager, tornante, barry Harris, Westwood and cronies etc etc.

What part of the Eisners plan do people not understand? Because even though I not wanted them so far they have done nothing wrong in terms of what they have promised they will deliver and which soooo many members voted to accept?

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lpblue Posted on 12/03/2018 09:25

Mr Eisner

 
This 🔝🔝🔝🔝
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 12/03/2018 12:40

Mr Eisner

 
Comment of the day, and probably week to Gooders
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