Match Thread from The New Lawn (Port Vale)

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Re: Match Thread from The New Lawn (Port Vale)

Postby The Running Rover » Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:57 am

Electric Chair wrote:Hi Guys, don’t know about you but I’m still smiling after Saturday’s win.... 8-)

Saw the post in this thread from Phil Mitchell, wasn’t happy with the way it sounded, have checked it out.

The stewards on the day had photographs, taken from the CCTV, of two fans who had ‘behaved rather badly’ at the Carlisle game, they used these to identify them at the Port Vale game. Our stewards asked the two fans for their names and addresses so that the club could send them a warning letter - this was explained to them, they were (I’m told) happy to comply and pleased not to be banned.

So - to sum it up - two people were asked to identify themselves because of a previous incident, were told why and happily complied.

There is no breach of data protection or civil liberties and all that stuff - just a sensible handling of a match day event. Not sure why this has been exaggerated out of all recognition.


Cheers.


Thanks for the clarification EC. Would be nice to hear more from you on here, but understand you're a VERY busy man. 8-)
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Re: Match Thread from The New Lawn (Port Vale)

Postby Fartvs Antiqvvs » Tue Jan 09, 2018 7:02 pm

man_of_kent wrote:Interesting to read Coopers report on the match on website regarding watching from the stand. Impressive and honest. Been quite impressed by Cooper and the fact he seems keen to learn and change but without doing knee Jerk changes. I don't think he is far off being able to manage much higher.


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Re: Match Thread from The New Lawn (Port Vale)

Postby Tommo » Tue Jan 09, 2018 8:32 pm

Great to get this clarification from Dale. Surely though one of his communications tsar's could have saved him getting involved in this detail. We need frequent communication and as much transparency as possible and we shouldn't have to rely on Dale to get involved in the weeds to give it imo.

Thanks tho
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Re: Match Thread from The New Lawn (Port Vale)

Postby michael » Tue Jan 09, 2018 8:48 pm

Tommo wrote:Great to get this clarification from Dale. Surely though one of his communications tsar's could have saved him getting involved in this detail. We need frequent communication and as much transparency as possible and we shouldn't have to rely on Dale to get involved in the weeds to give it imo.

Thanks tho


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Re: Match Thread from The New Lawn (Port Vale)

Postby Silver Surfer » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:54 pm

Are there any decent highlights anywhere?
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Re: Match Thread from The New Lawn (Port Vale)

Postby Kentstripe » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:57 pm

Silver Surfer wrote:Are there any decent highlights anywhere?


https://youtu.be/wdQPYCJ-RZE
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