Re: [NSWolves] Bet [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Steven Millward
Have you done this yet Rog? The problem is that we could lose by four goals and two of the other teams draw or win and we still go down. So there are lots and lots more than six combinations and that ruins the odds. I was just about to place my bets when I noticed. On 18 May 2011 10:12, Rog

[NSWolves] Wolves owner Steve Morgan says he wants Mick McCarthy to stay on as the club's manager even if they are relegated.

2011-05-18 Thread mark worrall
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/13440664.stm -- Q: If you could change one thing about Wolves history, what would it be? A That Peter Knowles was on the bog when the door was knocked.

[NSWolves] We're screwed either way

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story/_/id/921039/mick-mccarthy-won't- lose-job-if-wolves-are-relegated?cc=3436 The information contained in this email is confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, you may not disclose or use the information in this email in any way and should

RE: [NSWolves] Wolves owner Steve Morgan says he wants Mick McCarthy to stay on as the club's manager even if they are relegated.

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
Good to see we're both on the ball Mark. I just posted a link to the same story on ESPN. From: nswolves@googlegroups.com [mailto:nswolves@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of mark worrall Sent: Thursday, 19 May 2011 8:55 AM To: nswolves@googlegroups.com Subject: [NSWolves] Wolves owner Steve

Re: [NSWolves] Wolves owner Steve Morgan says he wants Mick McCarthy to stay on as the club's manager even if they are relegated.

2011-05-18 Thread mark worrall
Maybe thats based on Morgan only planning on putting in small amounts of money each year, and measuring MM on what he achieved with it ? He wont get a big name manager in as they will expect lots of money to spend, which he obviously doesnt want to pay. On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 9:03 AM, Marcus

[NSWolves] Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Morris, Lee SGT
I've changed the title because it would have been too long with my extra bit added. Anyway, Morgan seems to be working on the small step theory, which totally baffles me because he's just about to spend a fortune on a stadium which will be half full if the small step we made this year isn't

[NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread LEESE Matthew
I'd say the small step approach seems a sensible and proven one - look at teams like Stoke and Sunderland and compare their recent history with that of clubs who have over committed financially such as Portsmouth, Hull and Leeds. Unless you've got a Man City type owner where you're not bound by

[NSWolves] New home shirt revealed

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
Just looked at the new Home shirt for next season. Must say I think it's ok and better than this years effort. http://www.wolves.co.uk/page/News/0,,10307~2362661,00.html The information contained in this email is confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, you may not disclose

Re: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Steven Millward
How can a more successful team generate more cash? The ground is full every week and most people buy shirts. The prize money and TV increase is relatively small for finishing a few places higher. Where do you think we should be in the table Lee, with the squad we have? On 19 May 2011 11:09,

Re: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Steven Millward
Players are generally depreciating assets. They are usually worth less once they've been used than they are when you buy them. That means an operating club loses cash through depreciation. I've said before that I think Morgan has wanted to stop players depreciating by buying them young so they

RE: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
Strange statement Steve. Fact is that for almost every home game this season you have been able to walk up on the day and get a ticket, including the crunch match against the Baggies 2 weeks ago. That surely is a reflection of the fact that people aren't enjoying watching Wolves play under

RE: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread LEESE Matthew
Who are the teams who should be in the 4th quadrant on account of having weaker squads than us? From: nswolves@googlegroups.com [mailto:nswolves@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Marcus Chantry Sent: Thursday, 19 May 2011 12:31 PM To: nswolves@googlegroups.com

Re: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Steven Millward
Capacity is 29,195 Baggies game had 28,510 So it was at 98% capacity. You reckon that the absences were because no one else wanted to go or because a few STH and people that cought a ticket couldn't make it. We are consistenly over 95% capacity. If you had a restaurant with 100 tables, 50 of

RE: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
Here is the prize money split for last season. So places make a fairly big difference for two-bob clubs like ours (£800,000 per place): Chelsea - £16,000,000 (WINNERS) Manchester United - £15,200,000 Arsenal - £14,400,000 Totenham Hotspur - £13,600,000 Manchester City - £12,800,000

Re: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Steven Millward
OK. And what's the cost in terms of players to move up a few places in your view? And then what's the ROI? On 19 May 2011 12:51, Marcus Chantry marcus.chan...@macquarie.com wrote: Here is the prize money split for last season. So places make a fairly big difference for two-bob clubs like

Re: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Steven Millward
I'm sure Morgan has not bothered looking at forecasts of attendances or anything like that. You're probably the first person to work out that it's a huge mistake On 19 May 2011 12:48, Marcus Chantry marcus.chan...@macquarie.com wrote: I would probably update the menu and the quality of the

RE: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread LEESE Matthew
You also have to allow seats left empty for safety/segregation. Marcus - I'd like to who are the teams who should be in the 4th quadrant on account of having weaker squads than us? From: nswolves@googlegroups.com [mailto:nswolves@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of

RE: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
It's not a case of leaving seats empty for safety if you can walk up to a turnstile every home game and buy a ticket. I have friends there that are doing exactly that most home games. From: nswolves@googlegroups.com [mailto:nswolves@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of LEESE Matthew Sent: Thursday,

[NSWolves] League Position

2011-05-18 Thread LEESE Matthew
Marcus You say that 'With the squad we have we should be in the Premier League 3rd quadrant'. I'm curious to know who you think should be in the 4th quadrant on account of having weaker squads than us? I'm struggling to think of 5. Matt Before printing, please consider the environment.

RE: [NSWolves] League Position

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
My personal opinion is that we currently have a better squad than, and therefore should be ahead of, the following teams: * West Ham * Wigan * Blackpool * Newcastle * West Brom From: nswolves@googlegroups.com [mailto:nswolves@googlegroups.com] On

Re: [NSWolves] RE: Progress [sec=unclassified]

2011-05-18 Thread Steven Millward
With property development you generally borrow money and as long as the yield on the development is greater than the cost of capital then you make money. It's a pretty simple calculation to do in fact. - It's said to cost 16m for the first stage. - It adds 2,500 seats. - 30 quid a seat

RE: [NSWolves] League Position

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
Position wise about right (11th to 15th constitutes 3rd quadrant/quartile), but not above some of the teams that I thought we would be above. From: nswolves@googlegroups.com [mailto:nswolves@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Steven Millward Sent: Thursday, 19 May 2011 2:27 PM To:

Re: [NSWolves] League Position

2011-05-18 Thread Steven Millward
But you think we should be at the bottom of that quadrant as you can only name five teams that have a poorer squad than us. On 19 May 2011 14:31, Marcus Chantry marcus.chan...@macquarie.com wrote: Position wise about right (11th to 15th constitutes 3rdquadrant/quartile), but not above some

RE: [NSWolves] League Position

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
I only named 5 because Matt said he was struggling to think of 5. From: nswolves@googlegroups.com [mailto:nswolves@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Steven Millward Sent: Thursday, 19 May 2011 2:37 PM To: nswolves@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: [NSWolves] League Position But you think we

RE: [NSWolves] League Position

2011-05-18 Thread LEESE Matthew
The same West Ham who have been paying ridiculous wages to people like Robbie Keane and Wayne Bridge during the second half of the season in a failed attempt to ensure their survival, who have the football writer's player of the year (Scott Parker) turning out for them as well as England

RE: [NSWolves] League Position

2011-05-18 Thread Paul Crowe
From a recent article in the Daily telegraph “Wolves’ most recent accounts revealed a £9 million profit on £61 million turnover, including £39 million from broadcast revenue, a reminder of the vital importance of staying up”. Therefore, besides TV income our remaining turnover is $22 million.

RE: [NSWolves] League Position

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
I'm definitely not providing the same services as your wife if we do happen to win!!! From: nswolves@googlegroups.com [mailto:nswolves@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Paul Crowe Sent: Thursday, 19 May 2011 3:33 PM To: nswolves@googlegroups.com Subject: RE: [NSWolves] League Position

[NSWolves] TV Matches

2011-05-18 Thread Marcus Chantry
Guys, Everyone needs to go to foxsports.com.au and vote for our match to be shown on Sunday. As there are too many matches for multi-view, they are taking votes for the matches to be shown so get everybody that you know to go online and vote for our match PLEASE!!! Cheers, Marcus The

RE: [NSWolves] TV Matches

2011-05-18 Thread Paul Crowe
Just voted 3 x times and we have stayed at 11.4%. Paul Crowe Sales Manager - Asia Pacific ConTech (Sydney Office) PO Box 3517 Rhodes Waterside Rhodes NSW 2138 Tel: 02 97396636 Fax: 02 97396542 Mob: 0406009562 Email: pcr...@contechengineering.com Website:

Re: [NSWolves] TV Matches

2011-05-18 Thread mark worrall
I just got 3 of my lot to vote 3 times each. They usually set those things to record IP addresses to prevent duplicate voting. On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 3:49 PM, Paul Crowe pcr...@contechengineering.comwrote: Just voted 3 x times and we have stayed at 11.4%. Paul Crowe Sales Manager - Asia