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Frostyparker1966 Posted on 06/08/2018 23:58
Oyston song
There must be a song Pompey fans can sing on Saturday in support of the Blackpool fans plight under Oyston.
With most home fans boycotting the match or beginning it would certainly be heard loud and clear?
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BilltheCat Posted on 07/08/2018 00:04

Oyston song

Last season, at Bloomfield Road, all the anti-Oyston songs came from Pompey fans.

And they were heard loud and clear.
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TangerineBayern Posted on 07/08/2018 01:51

Oyston song

Blackpool fan here, your support in singing anti Oyston songs during Saturdays match would be fantastic. There will be a few people from Blackpool in the ground but they won't be singing as they are not true supporters of the cause we are fighting with the Oystons, and you will note l have not called them Blackpool fans!

A demonstration is arranged outside the west stand at 14:00 and your support at this would be fantastic.

Many thanks Pompey fans[^]
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chrismilanman Posted on 07/08/2018 03:27

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I exchanged some ideas with Tangerine. And in my opinion in order to get rid of the Latvian or the Oystons would only to do an AFC Wimbledon. Bloomfield Road has already been completely asset striped to prop up the Oyston financially and morally corrupt crumbling busines, essentially it is only matter of time.

We have done it, but our years of agony it seems only like a cake walk.

Maybe here is a light for Blackpool fans

It took the court just 10 minutes to declare Parma FC bankrupt in March 2015. The quick decision ended months of torment in which the club had been docked points on several occasions; players and staff had gone without their wages; games had been postponed because they could not pay stewards; the club had been sold – twice – for €1; and, having finished sixth in Serie A the season before, they had sunk to the bottom of the league.

Mercifully, Parma were allowed to finish the season in Serie A, with relegation to Serie B a formality. However, when the club could not find a new buyer or pay their debts – which totalled $218m, including unpaid wages of €63m – they were denied a place in Serie B and were folded for the second time in a decade. They would have to start the 2015-16 season, as Parma Calcio 1913, in Serie D.

Like Fiorentina, who went bankrupt in 2002, and Napoli, who suffered the same fate in 2004, Parma had to re-form in the lower leagues and set about returning to Serie A. A group of local entrepreneurs, called Nuovo Inizio (New Beginning), took over the club, appointing former coach Nevio Scala as president and the former player Luigi Apolloni as manager. Both men had won various domestic and European trophies in Parma’s golden era in the 1990s, which helped the club connect with their past.

The fans were remarkably loyal, buying more season tickets in Serie D than they had in the club’s final season in Serie A. Not only did the fans help generate matchday revenue but they also bought shares in the club through a crowdfunding scheme. Their support on the terraces was reciprocated on the field. II Ducali won promotion to Serie C in style, going unbeaten all season and amassing the highest points total ever recorded in the league.

Sounds a bit like us :-)
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michellegr8 Posted on 07/08/2018 08:48

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Really hope you guys will support our cause. I’ve not enteeed Bloomfield Road for over four years. All my family have been deprived of doing what they love best on a Saturday afternoon which is all meeting up and supporting our team
Oystons are despised in Blackpool so much so their other businesses have been targeted.
Please attend the meeting planned for 2pm at the west stand main entrance just to show the oystons we haven’t gone away and be loud and proud
Once inside the ground sock it to the OYSCUM lot
NAPM till them cnuts have gone and it’s Oyston FREE
Thanks in advance lads and lasses your support means a lot to the NAPM brigade ( 1000s if stay away true fans)
Forget the mushrooms inside on Saturday they ain’t true fans at all
[fb][fb] has to come first.
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hammie9 Posted on 07/08/2018 11:31

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I believe you've asked fans to boycott in-ground catering too in the past. We had some practice on Saturday when all the kiosks ran out of cold drinks so are ready to buy outside. Maybe you should set up catering outside to raise money for your cause, I bet many away fans would support it.
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TAFKAGDR Posted on 07/08/2018 11:52

Oyston song

I actually quite like the Oystons.
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smoke_and_a_pancake Posted on 07/08/2018 12:30

Oyston song

I find them an aphrodisiac. Especially with a glass of Krug.
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BilltheCat Posted on 07/08/2018 14:14

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That made me chuckle, smoke! [smi]
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