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Daniel Smith

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Daniel Smith last won the day on October 10 2018

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About Daniel Smith

  • Birthday 11/13/1978

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    King's Lynn
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    sport, sport, and more sport
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  1. Daniel Smith

    Premiership fixtures

    Meetings are never known until a week before each meeting. Never take any notice of the nonsense fixture list that comes out preseason. I do have to chuckle every year when fans complain about fixture changes because they've prebooked hotels. People never learn. Also, when it comes to the Showground, you can never trust it's owners as they change dates whenever they feel like it.
  2. Daniel Smith

    Kings Lynn 2019

    1. R.Lambert 8.90 2. M.Palm-Toft 5.36 3. E.Riss 6.08 4. T.Jorgensen 6.05 5. T.Proctor 6.67 6. L.Kerr 5.36 7. K.Andersen 4.00 Ave: 42.42 = Abysmal
  3. Daniel Smith

    Ipswich 2019

    Harris sacked from Peterborough, then miraculously Ipswich have their final 2 rider's signed
  4. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Actually, things are slowly changing in terms of training grounds for young Brits in Poland. In terms of opportunity and progression, the Premiership isn't no longer important. In 2018 Poland had these Brits:- Richard Lawson, Richie Worrall, Adam Ellis, Charles Wright, Lewis Kerr, Steve Worrall, Dan Bewley, Craig Cook. 3 rider's had their progression cut short through injury but the rider's above all competed in the Championship Speedway 2018 season. 1 big league clearly wouldn't hinder the opportunity for our rider's to make a name for themselves. Poland are very open to giving Brits a chance, it's all about our guys being strong enough to make that chance count. The only thing the Premiership is hanging onto is giving rides to (and Buster's biggest asset and probably the reason for him to save the top tier) Robert Lambert. King's Lynn could be making good money in sponsorship from this kid, he's becoming something special. Without the Premiership Buster's biggest income asset (Robert Lambert) would be lost. For me, Robert Lambert is a huge reason for Buster to try and save the Premiership.
  5. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    They will be silenced. The King's Lynn Supporters Club is a good example of that. Everything has to go through the club/Buster before anything is public.
  6. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Problem is, most sensible business owners that are Speedway fans know to stay away from running clubs if they wish to hold onto their riches. Peterborough and Ipswich didn't need a buyer anyway as their existing owners were willing to remain in the Championship. Buster didn't want one big league so desperately bought these 2 clubs to maintain Premiership status. In doing so is already upsetting their fans through lack of information to which they're not used too under previous owners. All the negativity has been created by one man who's desperation to save the league is turning his "customers" off. These supporters are now seeing what I've seen happening at King's Lynn. Keith Chapman in a decade has gone from a potential saviour of the sport to a virus that's spreading and needs stopping.
  7. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    As I've said many times, Buster will gag all and sundry as supporters don't matter. You are simply just a customer and irrelevant to him. I fully believe, all the money funding Speedway is from sponsorship, turnstile income is extra pocket money so their happiness over the quality of the product isn't at all important. What's important to him is that his sponsors are happy.
  8. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Probably more to do with the fact Bjerre wasn't willing to risk the wage drop if Buster ran the club with Belle Vue offering a guaranteed income.
  9. Daniel Smith

    2019 Predictions

    Not so much prediction but I hope all the Buster clubs finish bottom 3. Apology to both Ipswich and Peterborough fans. You don't deserve to be treated the way you are.
  10. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Enjoy the ride under Buster's reign, your love for the club will dwindle under his ownership I have no doubt. Supporters are not in his thoughts as a business, you will just be a mugged off customer.
  11. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Well you will be disappointed.
  12. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Maybe Harris is the only rider to refuse the pay structure. He did sulk in the Speedway Star bumper edition about he'll only ride for so much or he'll quit the sport, running on about how the sport owes him a living.
  13. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    You have to remember what was rumoured weeks ago (rubbished by Watson). All rider's were made aware that team changes may have to be made if the club ISN'T sold. With it announced that Buster is officially the new owner then the club HASN'T been sold as such so rider's have to go, so to fit the budget Buster set from the start.
  14. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    I apologise The whole situation though is an absolute stinker. May be that now Buster is in full control Neil Watson doesn't have a job anymore? What could he add if so??
  15. Daniel Smith

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    If the goalposts have been moved, it's a clear effort to shaft the Panthers as some promoters will detest and be jealous that they've been able to put together such a strong side.
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