MisterBlueSky

Females at Ibrox

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Notice the OP has not been on to defend himself against all the criticism. :fishing:

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19 hours ago, Inigo said:

Crap windup or muppet? Sometimes hard to tell these days.

He's defo a muppet with previous 

apologies se I thought it was skyline blue that posted 😂😂, get women tae fuck fae the game 👌

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To be fair, at the very best it was a poorly thought out post and at the worst, his wife/mother/gran was dictating what he should write.

Baked potatoes and bingo ffs, and all that was missing was some knitting patterns strewn across the seats.

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8 minutes ago, BUILDMYGALLOWS1986 said:

He's defo a muppet with previous 

apologies se I thought it was skyline blue that posted 😂😂, get women tae fuck fae the game 👌

you better apologise to me daughter

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19 hours ago, MisterBlueSky said:

I was at a football game in Spain two weeks ago, and was also in Italy late last year to see another match. What I noticed was the amount of women at the matches either on their own, with kids or a partner. I would take a stab and say at least 1 in every 6 was female.

With us wanting to continue our trend and be the most supported club, could we tap into this market and encourage females to attend games? It doesn't mean you have to bring your wife along but, is there potential to fill out more season tickets and matches? It would generate extra income.

Some ideas...

- Upgrading the toilets so women feel comfortable. Maybe include a hairdryer and some perfumes on sale. 

- Bring a female friend to the game and get in half price. Women love going to events in groups. Like a group train ticket discount, this is something we could offer in one of the stands 

- Make one or half of the stand for all females and allow them to drink e.g. 3 drinks per half. Women love to socialise with a glass of rose. Again it would make them feel comfortable with the atmosphere, surrounded by fellow girls.

- A half time event to pass the time e.g. bingo. We do the half time raffle but perhaps a bingo game where we could have an ex player call out numbers could work? £1000 prize. Some special guests could be nominated in advance e.g.Amo as the ladies loved him

- A choice of food e.g. salads or baked potatoes to encourage them to spend money at the game. Not many women at Ibrox eat curry pies etc so this could go down well with a change of menu for the ladies stand.

The extra income would help us invest in the stadium and transfer kitty.

 

SALADS & BAKED TATTIES HAHAHAHAH HOWLING

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41 minutes ago, Corky True Legend said:

Notice the OP has not been on to defend himself against all the criticism. :fishing:

Oh Mister blue sky, please tell us why, you had to hide away for so long?
 

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Rapey Thread Alert.

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55 minutes ago, BUILDMYGALLOWS1986 said:

He's defo a muppet with previous 

apologies se I thought it was skyline blue that posted 😂😂, get women tae fuck fae the game 👌

:angrywillie:

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20 hours ago, MisterBlueSky said:

I was at a football game in Spain two weeks ago, and was also in Italy late last year to see another match. What I noticed was the amount of women at the matches either on their own, with kids or a partner. I would take a stab and say at least 1 in every 6 was female.

With us wanting to continue our trend and be the most supported club, could we tap into this market and encourage females to attend games? It doesn't mean you have to bring your wife along but, is there potential to fill out more season tickets and matches? It would generate extra income.

Some ideas...

- Upgrading the toilets so women feel comfortable. Maybe include a hairdryer and some perfumes on sale. 

- Bring a female friend to the game and get in half price. Women love going to events in groups. Like a group train ticket discount, this is something we could offer in one of the stands 

- Make one or half of the stand for all females and allow them to drink e.g. 3 drinks per half. Women love to socialise with a glass of rose. Again it would make them feel comfortable with the atmosphere, surrounded by fellow girls.

- A half time event to pass the time e.g. bingo. We do the half time raffle but perhaps a bingo game where we could have an ex player call out numbers could work? £1000 prize. Some special guests could be nominated in advance e.g.Amo as the ladies loved him

- A choice of food e.g. salads or baked potatoes to encourage them to spend money at the game. Not many women at Ibrox eat curry pies etc so this could go down well with a change of menu for the ladies stand.

The extra income would help us invest in the stadium and transfer kitty.

 

Glad your looking outside of the box to find new revenue schemes but I think you need a bit more experience regarding a woman's needs. 

It's a no from me for Eau De Ibrox perfume. The only 'hair dryer' that should be in stadium is Pedro giving the team what for at half time.

A no from me for the  WAG Stand. That's treading onto equality issues. 

A no from me for the Bingo, Raffle and sexy male ex players.  I would prefer something that included everyone 

E.g: Book to have a half time penalty shoot out with ex players, children could do the same in the opposite goal and have a penalty shoot out with the mascots.  Maybe bring in a band to play Rangers approved tunes. I do believe if Scottish football adopted the atmosphere of American football it would give them a better edge to commercially compete with the revenue the EPL have every season.

A no to salad and baked potatoes. It's not really food that you can eat with your fingers. Would prefer a SUB sandwich and for the kids to have their meals boxed so that it is easier for them to eat on their knee. 

As for alcohol, the club could open a big social club after games. 

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Kitchen. 🙄

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On 14/05/2017 at 3:39 PM, MisterBlueSky said:

I was at a football game in Spain two weeks ago, and was also in Italy late last year to see another match. What I noticed was the amount of women at the matches either on their own, with kids or a partner. I would take a stab and say at least 1 in every 6 was female.

With us wanting to continue our trend and be the most supported club, could we tap into this market and encourage females to attend games? It doesn't mean you have to bring your wife along but, is there potential to fill out more season tickets and matches? It would generate extra income.

Some ideas...

- Upgrading the toilets so women feel comfortable. Maybe include a hairdryer and some perfumes on sale. 

- Bring a female friend to the game and get in half price. Women love going to events in groups. Like a group train ticket discount, this is something we could offer in one of the stands 

- Make one or half of the stand for all females and allow them to drink e.g. 3 drinks per half. Women love to socialise with a glass of rose. Again it would make them feel comfortable with the atmosphere, surrounded by fellow girls.

- A half time event to pass the time e.g. bingo. We do the half time raffle but perhaps a bingo game where we could have an ex player call out numbers could work? £1000 prize. Some special guests could be nominated in advance e.g.Amo as the ladies loved him

- A choice of food e.g. salads or baked potatoes to encourage them to spend money at the game. Not many women at Ibrox eat curry pies etc so this could go down well with a change of menu for the ladies stand.

The extra income would help us invest in the stadium and transfer kitty.

 

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Surely you want to go to the football to get away from your Mrs? 

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Absolutely pissing myself at this thread. I'm gonna give the OP the benefit of the doubt and assume he was trolling. Successfully too :mutley:

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1 hour ago, TheCutch said:

On this subject...

@Rfc52 that lassie was in the row in front again on Saturday.

She asked me at HT where the "wee cauld looking fella" was?

I assumed she meant you mate, but I put her straight in the fact you bat for the other side. :tu:

So I doubt she will attempt to hassle you on Wednesday night.

You're welcome!!

:lol:

She is absolutely different class

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I'm sceptical about the idea,imagine the carnage when they drive their fiestas to the touchline to light the pitch 

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Fucking Bingo, you're off yah rocker.

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This is the work of an NC in Marketing Student no' long oot the school. 

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I've wrote some amount of shite on this forum, normally through to much Morretti. But fuckin hell man! This even beats me.

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On 5/14/2017 at 9:39 AM, MisterBlueSky said:

I was at a football game in Spain two weeks ago, and was also in Italy late last year to see another match. What I noticed was the amount of women at the matches either on their own, with kids or a partner. I would take a stab and say at least 1 in every 6 was female.

With us wanting to continue our trend and be the most supported club, could we tap into this market and encourage females to attend games? It doesn't mean you have to bring your wife along but, is there potential to fill out more season tickets and matches? It would generate extra income.

Some ideas...

- Upgrading the toilets so women feel comfortable. Maybe include a hairdryer and some perfumes on sale. 

- Bring a female friend to the game and get in half price. Women love going to events in groups. Like a group train ticket discount, this is something we could offer in one of the stands 

- Make one or half of the stand for all females and allow them to drink e.g. 3 drinks per half. Women love to socialise with a glass of rose. Again it would make them feel comfortable with the atmosphere, surrounded by fellow girls.

- A half time event to pass the time e.g. bingo. We do the half time raffle but perhaps a bingo game where we could have an ex player call out numbers could work? £1000 prize. Some special guests could be nominated in advance e.g.Amo as the ladies loved him

- A choice of food e.g. salads or baked potatoes to encourage them to spend money at the game. Not many women at Ibrox eat curry pies etc so this could go down well with a change of menu for the ladies stand.

The extra income would help us invest in the stadium and transfer kitty.

 

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On 5/14/2017 at 10:11 AM, Gascoigne8 said:

5.  No women or kids that scream when the ball is anywhere up to 35 yards from the goal

OK let's do this one :lol:

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This ones get spread about Twitter as well :lol:

 

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6 minutes ago, Junior Soprano said:

This ones get spread about Twitter as well :lol:

 

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:mutley:

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