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Ooh! Fancy! New dugout seats by Princess Yachts

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Wowee. Very very smart, a pretty good partner to have for high spec stuff like that, I imagine.

That embossed Argyle badge... 🤤

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IJN

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Very smart indeed.

Manafactured by a big Argyle fan, Lang & Potter (aka Helmsman).
 

Nelson Norris

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Wowee. Very very smart, a pretty good partner to have for high spec stuff like that, I imagine.

That embossed Argyle badge... 🤤

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Certainly an improvement on this…

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Which in turn was massive improvement on what was there before

It just feels as though everything is done far more professionally at Argyle these days. :)
 

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Nelson Norris

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More money I suppose, it makes complete sense doesn't it?

We might not be big, but we're going to damned pretty.
Aye! At least it makes sense to me.

Not knocking the efforts of anyone who's gone before (I take my green and white beanie off to anyone who chips in and really tries to make Argyle a success), but we seem to be so far on from where we were just a few years ago.

I'm not suggesting a player would choose us over any other team just because we have fancy seat covers in our dug outs, but if we get a reputation for being professional at every turn (or at least as many turns as possible), surely that makes us a more attractive proposition.

Speculate to accumulate, eh?
 

IJN

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You'd like to think so wouldn't you?

I'm not the majority of agents think that way though.
 

Nelson Norris

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You'd like to think so wouldn't you?

I'm not the majority of agents think that way though.
Ah yes, the pesky agent. I live in an old-fashioned and innocent world that's free of such beings, where if I like the cut of someone's or something's jib I'll invest and stick around. I sometimes forget there's another world out there where money is the master.
 
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Biggs

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Aye! At least it makes sense to me.

Not knocking the efforts of anyone who's gone before (I take my green and white beanie off to anyone who chips in and really tries to make Argyle a success), but we seem to be so far on from where we were just a few years ago.

I'm not suggesting a player would choose us over any other team just because we have fancy seat covers in our dug outs, but if we get a reputation for being professional at every turn (or at least as many turns as possible), surely that makes us a more attractive proposition.

Speculate to accumulate, eh?

It definitely does make sense. While money is obviously massive, players will be looking at whether a club is going places, and whether being at that club is going to improve his own career.

Little touches matter I reckon, and if a club is going the extra few percent in looking the part, it's reasonable to expect they're going the extra yards in all other areas too.
 

Biggs

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Don’t think so! Also, I assume the black chair bit underneath is still the same.

I did think it was weird we had the seats, but with no covers.