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Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Fortyniner » Sun May 13, 2018 10:57 pm

My First post, having waited 5 weeks to have my registration" vetted" . I got into the Secret Service quicker!
Could I just point out that the strapline for the UAFC says "supporting ulster rugby". I can find precious little evidence of any support on these pages. Time to leave the Historial enquiries, and start supporting what we have, or soon will have.
Otherwise get off the site!
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Deraless » Sun May 13, 2018 11:07 pm

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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Dave » Sun May 13, 2018 11:20 pm

Not even a SUFTUM?

Get behind the team ffs.
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Cockatrice » Sun May 13, 2018 11:25 pm

Jesus five weeks to get on this... you should have just used one of your other names... anyhow Ulster supporters don't listen to the few mad mullahs on here just look at the last game with a bigger crowd than before and barely one word of protest against the man everyone wants out.. Full House V Ospreys and season tickets for next year selling better than they anticipated so no problems with UR.
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Russ » Sun May 13, 2018 11:37 pm

Fortyniner wrote:My First post, having waited 5 weeks to have my registration" vetted" . I got into the Secret Service quicker!
Could I just point out that the strapline for the UAFC says "supporting ulster rugby". I can find precious little evidence of any support on these pages. Time to leave the Historial enquiries, and start supporting what we have, or soon will have.
Otherwise get off the site!
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Liz Fraser » Mon May 14, 2018 5:47 am

Fortyniner wrote:My First post, having waited 5 weeks to have my registration" vetted" . I got into the Secret Service quicker!
Could I just point out that the strapline for the UAFC says "supporting ulster rugby". I can find precious little evidence of any support on these pages. Time to leave the Historial enquiries, and start supporting what we have, or soon will have.
Otherwise get off the site!

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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby jean valjean » Mon May 14, 2018 9:02 am

I'll be going to the game as I trust the news of Logan's departure post match is true. Things can change quickly in rugby and Ulster could be in a much better place come October, with a new coach, decent back row and another 10 coming in. Hence I want to see us in the souper douper cup. Think we will lose though on Sunday.

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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby promenader 2 » Mon May 14, 2018 9:53 am

jean valjean wrote:I'll be going to the game as I trust the news of Logan's departure post match is true. Things can change quickly in rugby and Ulster could be in a much better place come October, with a new coach, decent back row and another 10 coming in. Hence I want to see us in the souper douper cup. Think we will lose though on Sunday.

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I'll be going to the game. It's important that we qualify and stay in the main European cup competition - important financially, important in attracting top players, etc. We have home advantage, but that won't count for much if the stadium is half empty. I honestly don't think boycotting is the way to make a protest. Here's an alternative: go to the game half an hour or forty five minutes earlier than usual. Assemble outside the players / officials entrance at the back of the new-old stand. When enough like minded people are gathered, spend 10 minutes on the 'Logie, Logie, Logie, Out, Out Out!' chant. Ents people can't do much if there are scores of people doing that.
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Cockatrice » Mon May 14, 2018 11:12 am

promenader 2 wrote:
jean valjean wrote:I'll be going to the game as I trust the news of Logan's departure post match is true. Things can change quickly in rugby and Ulster could be in a much better place come October, with a new coach, decent back row and another 10 coming in. Hence I want to see us in the souper douper cup. Think we will lose though on Sunday.

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I'll be going to the game. It's important that we qualify and stay in the main European cup competition - important financially, important in attracting top players, etc. We have home advantage, but that won't count for much if the stadium is half empty. I honestly don't think boycotting is the way to make a protest. Here's an alternative: go to the game half an hour or forty five minutes earlier than usual. Assemble outside the players / officials entrance at the back of the new-old stand. When enough like minded people are gathered, spend 10 minutes on the 'Logie, Logie, Logie, Out, Out Out!' chant. Ents people can't do much if there are scores of people doing that.


Unfortunately not the Ulster Way... Yes I would love to see banners/flegs and shouts of protest directed solely where it needs to be directed but it won't happen unless there is a serious attempt to organise and we simply aren't capable.
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Cockatrice » Mon May 14, 2018 11:15 am

jean valjean wrote:I'll be going to the game as I trust the news of Logan's departure post match is true. Things can change quickly in rugby and Ulster could be in a much better place come October, with a new coach, decent back row and another 10 coming in. Hence I want to see us in the souper douper cup. Think we will lose though on Sunday.

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no doubt the talk of rumour will in the minds of some be enough to think yep he is going so I can go safe in the knowledge that one day before the summer the Ashton at the top will be gone.. for me until I see it I won't support his little private venture because that is what he sees that the team is his team and no one else's...
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby bangorboy » Mon May 14, 2018 11:40 am

Won't be going.

Reluctant to fork out nearly £500 on season tickets when we have a balloon at the top, no idea when coach will arrive, no 10, pinning next years hopes on a beast of a player with no knees who's played 5 matches in 2 years.

This avatar pretty much sums it up for me atm >flog >flog >flog

As a fan and supporter I feel I've been treated like an idiot, everything is wonderful FB posts, tweets and PR, UR management is a jokeshop. A CEO who talks to thousands of people but is seen by noone. A CEO who slips out a North Korea style interview in the dead of night after a 6N win. A CEO who refuses to take any responsibility for his actions - or inactions.

It started with dropping McGlocks, then appointing a nobody in Anscombe, compounded by taking a cast off in KIss. Then signing a new coach without an exit plan form his current job. Seriously - who signs off on this stuff... oh yes - Logan.
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby Cockatrice » Mon May 14, 2018 3:16 pm

bangorboy wrote:Won't be going.

Reluctant to fork out nearly £500 on season tickets when we have a balloon at the top, no idea when coach will arrive, no 10, pinning next years hopes on a beast of a player with no knees who's played 5 matches in 2 years.

This avatar pretty much sums it up for me atm >flog >flog >flog

As a fan and supporter I feel I've been treated like an idiot, everything is wonderful FB posts, tweets and PR, UR management is a jokeshop. A CEO who talks to thousands of people but is seen by noone. A CEO who slips out a North Korea style interview in the dead of night after a 6N win. A CEO who refuses to take any responsibility for his actions - or inactions.

It started with dropping McGlocks, then appointing a nobody in Anscombe, compounded by taking a cast off in KIss. Then signing a new coach without an exit plan form his current job. Seriously - who signs off on this stuff... oh yes - Logan.


The beauty of this latest coach appointment is that if it goes wrong he has already lumped it completely at Bryns door.. Bangor not only a North Korean news style release but also he dresses in uniform like one.. that pictures tells everything you need to know about not being the senior general manager reporting directly to the CEO waffle..
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Re: Ulster V Ospreys SDC Qualification

Postby damianmcr » Mon May 14, 2018 4:12 pm

Where can I get a free ticket?
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