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Thread: Statement from Chairman of Supporters' Trust: 15 January 2018

  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Tigermatty View Post
    I make it around 90,000 cubic metres of landfill. That's 100m x 150m x 6m. That should be enough to start researching, who can come up with some conservative figures based on that?
    According to Landfill tax 1996 assuming a cubic metre of soil is 1 ton ( dependant on the water content) inactive waste which soil, clay etc is , to tip is 2.50 a ton so by Pythagoras 90,000 cubic metres brings in the princely sum of 225000. This Is for the likes of us trying to dispose of it.How much EMG charges we will probably never know.
    Inactive waste is 86 a ton.
    Food for thought.

  2. #102
    Matt Aubrey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pims manager again View Post
    According to Landfill tax 1996 assuming a cubic metre of soil is 1 ton ( dependant on the water content) inactive waste which soil, clay etc is , to tip is 2.50 a ton so by Pythagoras 90,000 cubic metres brings in the princely sum of 225000. This Is for the likes of us trying to dispose of it.How much EMG charges we will probably never know.
    Inactive waste is 86 a ton.
    Food for thought.
    Typical cost for disposal of inactive waste 20 a ton according to most online sources. Yes he has operational costs but it's not starting from scratch it's an existing fleet.

  3. #103
    Mark Hardcastle
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    FFS get a life chaps !

  4. #104
    Kyle Haynes
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    This thread is a prime example of what being homeless for more than a decade has done to Gloucester City and its fan base. Full of sniping, bitching, moaning, and general disharmony.

    Over the years away we've seen divides appear in the support, generally around attitudes towards the Club and owners. From little things like where people stand at matches and alternative forums being set up, to fans actually squaring up to each other on the terraces or a lot of fans stopping coming altogether, it's all been seen over the years in exile.

    It wasn't like this in the Meadow Park days. I remember being able to stand anywhere in the T-End and feel like we were one fan base.

    Just another example how years of being mis-managed and being homeless is sapping the life out of our club.

    It would be good if we could all get back on one side and pull in the right direction. Problem is, I have no idea what that direction is anymore....

  5. #105
    Excellent post Joe.

  6. #106
    Eli Phipps
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    No it isn't.
    Pitying people who need to drink alcohol to have a good time since 4th June 2017.

  7. #107
    Andy Wollen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    This thread is a prime example of what being homeless for more than a decade has done to Gloucester City and its fan base. Full of sniping, bitching, moaning, and general disharmony.

    Over the years away we've seen divides appear in the support, generally around attitudes towards the Club and owners. From little things like where people stand at matches and alternative forums being set up, to fans actually squaring up to each other on the terraces or a lot of fans stopping coming altogether, it's all been seen over the years in exile.

    It wasn't like this in the Meadow Park days. I remember being able to stand anywhere in the T-End and feel like we were one fan base.

    Just another example how years of being mis-managed and being homeless is sapping the life out of our club.

    It would be good if we could all get back on one side and pull in the right direction. Problem is, I have no idea what that direction is anymore....
    I agree a certain unnamed supporter had a right go at me few weeks back about the whole changing of the colour business. Some of us if not all of us feel as strongly about this as we do about coming home (eventually)
    The divide in the support is for all to see imo..

  8. #108
    Steve Crouch
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    Glos citys own version of brexit backers and remainers. Needs some footie to happen to distract people from the ground saga

  9. #109
    That'll only make it worse!

  10. #110
    Eli Phipps
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    No it won't.
    Pitying people who need to drink alcohol to have a good time since 4th June 2017.

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