Date: 13th November 2007 at 10:01pm
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Hold the Press, Stop the criticism, its QPR with meaning!

Blackpool Vital are pleased to announce that a date has been set for the Members meeting with Blackpool FC chairman, Karl Oyston.

The meeting will take place on Saturday 1st December, at Bloomfield Road before the Championship clash with QPR.

Despite some sceptical views coming from certain members of the forum, who claimed vociferously that a meeting wasn’t possible, we have managed to secure a time of 12:00 in which Mr Oyston will answer questions put by members of this website, and begin to talk about the state of Blackpool Football Club as a whole.

Of course, we realise this move might not be popular in some people’s opinions, but we’re going with the majorities opinions I’m afraid!

If anyone wants anymore details about the meeting, please don’t hesitate in personal messaging me on the forums.

This however is BFC we’re talking about, and if anything does change, you’ll be first to know!




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10 Replies to “Stop Press! QPR Brings Meaning!”

  • I am glad you took my advice and persisted. Maybe he saw my posts.

    By the way articals from the edior like the one above do little to show unity at a time like this. It will not help going into the Oyston meeting.

  • *****, i’m gonna be at work. Well in my absence could you ask the below Q’s please?

    1 – With the extra investment that has come into the club with the Belokon era, it is generally believed that this will bring about extra transfer funds so as to enable us to compete on a reasonable level with teams in an around us in the league. If you consider this coupled with the teams performance in the league so far, would it be fair to say that we can expect new blood in the new year window? And if not, why the hell not?

    2 – To be a successful club we need to play great football club once more we need the players but we also need to be able to house enough fans to watch them work their magic. Has the arrival of Latvian money moved forward the completion dates of the stadiums east and south stands? Could we please have a target date set by yourself for this?

    Your probably gonna ask something similar anyway but these are what I really wanna know.

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