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25 minutes ago, wealdstone said:

I have never had such a feeling of foreboding regarding Speedway in general and Panthers in particular as  I have at the moment.

Join the club mate.

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Wow, this thread took a nosedive!

Back in the top flight where you should be, solid looking team capable of challenging for honours, stability in ownership along with an old hands Promoter who knows the sport inside out. Granted, communication seems to be somewhat lacking at this moment in time but reading this thread you'd think the Panthers were about to shut up shop.

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18 minutes ago, Reliant Robin said:

Wow, this thread took a nosedive!

Back in the top flight where you should be, solid looking team capable of challenging for honours, stability in ownership along with an old hands Promoter who knows the sport inside out. Granted, communication seems to be somewhat lacking at this moment in time but reading this thread you'd think the Panthers were about to shut up shop.

A statement from the bosses could put an end to the  matter

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49 minutes ago, Reliant Robin said:

Wow, this thread took a nosedive!

Back in the top flight where you should be, solid looking team capable of challenging for honours, stability in ownership along with an old hands Promoter who knows the sport inside out. Granted, communication seems to be somewhat lacking at this moment in time but reading this thread you'd think the Panthers were about to shut up shop.

It's not the fans who have created this atmosphere, it's  the non existence of public relations from the management who seem to think giving fans the mushroom effect  is the  latest fashion trend

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21 hours ago, Reliant Robin said:

Wow, this thread took a nosedive!

Back in the top flight where you should be, solid looking team capable of challenging for honours, stability in ownership along with an old hands Promoter who knows the sport inside out. Granted, communication seems to be somewhat lacking at this moment in time but reading this thread you'd think the Panthers were about to shut up shop.

Could well be if the rumours about Buster's backers turn out to be true. Speedway in East Anglia would be a noTHING then.

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4 hours ago, waytogo28 said:

Could well be if the rumours about Buster's backers turn out to be true. Speedway in East Anglia would be a noTHING then.

Who are the  *alleged*  backers. Can you tell who they are. Not who you got it from :t:

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As a neutral i will miss my occasional sunday trips to the showground. I might do a couple of meetings there next season. A weekday race night presents a logistical nightmare for me.

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On 2/22/2019 at 5:35 PM, Bald Bloke said:

Who are the  *alleged*  backers. Can you tell who they are. Not who you got it from :t:

Don't you just love citing rumours but then not saying what they are.

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34 minutes ago, poolebolton said:

So Tbalfe aren’t continuing sponsorship then. 

Panthers fans know nothing, our management whoever they may be don't think we should  be in a position to understand what's been going on and as long as we turn up for home meetings and pay our admission fee  . Then everything will be just fine.

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1 hour ago, poolebolton said:

So Tbalfe aren’t continuing sponsorship then. 

Do keep up. It happens, as the Readypower logo on your picture shows.

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11 hours ago, Crump99 said:

Don't you just love citing rumours but then not saying what they are.

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On ‎2‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 12:44 PM, waytogo28 said:

Could well be if the rumours about Buster's backers turn out to be true. Speedway in East Anglia would be a noTHING then.

Who are the  *alleged*  backers. Can you tell who they are. Not who you got it from :t:

 

Waytogo posted, and I asked who  he was talking about. Whats wrong with that ?

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So who IS sponsoring the Panthers this year? Looks the most expensive team of all three of Busters teams,  but I guess it doesn’t really matter? Lynn have new sponsors, Ipswich have Tru Plant putting their cash back in, so I guess it’s all for one and one for all :rolleyes:

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Ged wanted to sell. Buster was the only person interested and did the deal. Took them into the top league, Colin Pratt (one of the finest administrators the sport has even at his age) there to ensure everything goes smoothly and local man Carl Johnson stepping up his involvement with passion and commitment.

Buster about to take a blade to the Showground to ensure the track is the best it can be for the likes of Andersen, Tungate and Cook to fly around there.

Contract signed with the Showground last week.

Rather be a Panthers fan than Hammers, Rockets or Comets.

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56 minutes ago, Bald Bloke said:
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Who are the  *alleged*  backers. Can you tell who they are. Not who you got it from :t:

 

Waytogo posted, and I asked who  he was talking about. Whats wrong with that ?

That you needed to ask.

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