Whole Game Solution - Brentford Fans' Survey

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Hi All,

If you do one thing today... please make sure it is to complete this survey so that we can let Brentford FC know their fans views on this important issue


Thanks in advance
 

wanderer paul

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Done
 

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Pretty easy to fill in as I'm against all the proposals. It would be a disaster for everybody except PL clubs and the "new" eight clubs (assuming they are not academy teams).
 

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Done, and I urge everyone else who supports Brentford and/or English football to do so. It may amount to nothing but lets try and get our voices heard against these daft proposals. Shame there isn't an FA Cup related question so we can tell them to leave that alone as well.
 

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Done....proposals would benefit no one except the elite as usual

Here's an idea....why not introduce a levy on transfer fees that are put into a kitty for the benefit of lower league teams? If these idiots are happy to spend tens of millions on a player, let them also be happy in the knowledge they are helping to safeguard the smaller teams.

I know, I know....fat chance
 

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Id ont mind celtic /rangers joinging tlwoer leagues as it is riodiculous how skewed it is and I do feel sorry for them
no to U23 teams

I would ONLY support a winter break if it was a cast iron guarantee that teams did not jet off over the world
 

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Id ont mind celtic /rangers joinging tlwoer leagues as it is riodiculous how skewed it is and I do feel sorry for them
no to U23 teams
Let's invite Real Madrid and Barcelona then!
 

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Done. Why can't they leave things as is? We did it for years. If they really want to sort the Football League's problems out, do away with the Premier League and go back to the old Football League where clubs shared their profits. It's the Premiershite that's screwing everything up.
 

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Done....proposals would benefit no one except the elite as usual

Here's an idea....why not introduce a levy on transfer fees that are put into a kitty for the benefit of lower league teams? If these idiots are happy to spend tens of millions on a player, let them also be happy in the knowledge they are helping to safeguard the smaller teams.

I know, I know....fat chance
There is already a 5% levy on transfer fees. Not sure what happens it to though. Probably goes to funding the FA and grass roots things though.
 

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If you don't mind me saying, it's not a very well done survey... A couple of questions only provide black and white answers and there's one or two I can't really answer properly.

For instance the 'would you be less likely to buy a ST with less midweek games? Yes, same or no'. Well, surely I can't answer that unless I know how they'd change the price of a season ticket? It's easy to say yes, but if they reduced it by £40 then it's no problem. On question 1 both sides of the scale indicate 'Brentford over country'.... Why isn't there a question about midweek FA Cup matches?

We're all against League Three, but I feel that for the survey to carry weight it needs to be better balanced. A comments section would have been good too, to provide more in depth feedback that could be used.
 

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Done.

Was a bit confused by the first question as it seemed both sides of the scale had Brentford as more important than England. One side said 'England performance was not as important as Brentford' and the other said 'Club over Country - Prefer Bees to do well'.

Tuesday night games is a difficult one - Easier for me as I can go straight from work but much more difficult to take the youngster as have to go home first and then back in.
 

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If you support the League Three ONLY if the Conference fill the 8 teams

You have to say Yes I am happy with League Three !!!
 

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Done.

Was a bit confused by the first question as it seemed both sides of the scale had Brentford as more important than England. One side said 'England performance was not as important as Brentford' and the other said 'Club over Country - Prefer Bees to do well'.

Tuesday night games is a difficult one - Easier for me as I can go straight from work but much more difficult to take the youngster as have to go home first and then back in.
I thought the same. The first question is ambiguous because both ends of the slider "favour" Brentford over the national team. Apart from that, good survey!
 

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............done.............still ought to have a dress code............
 

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Done
 

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If the football league pyramid incorporated PL B teams then the integrity of the whole structure would be compromised. I certainly wouldn't attend games involving those teams and my enthusiasm for football as a whole would be diiminished.
 

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If the FL allowed B teams that would be the end of loans (certainly from those 8 involved) as we know it. Why would any of them loan a player out to teams like ours if they can play in their own teams over the course of a season? It'll also mean teams will snap up more young players playing in the lower divisions and put them in that team and call it 'to make up the squad numbers'.
 

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Done.

I also have a question for the mods is it possible to cross reference posters on this thread to the main thread about WGS and identify those who

a) complained that BIAS has not asked the supporters their thoughts
b) complained about WGS

but have not filled in the questionaire
 
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Id ont mind celtic /rangers joinging tlwoer leagues as it is riodiculous how skewed it is and I do feel sorry for them
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Really? Really, really?

Unbelievable... :no:

Done.
 

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