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Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ryan » Sat Aug 06, 2016 10:03 am

This season the club has launched an U21s side in addition to the U18s. Some of the players in the new squad have already been signed up with contracts such is the managements belief in their potential. Matt said at the Q&A that he expects some of these lads to break into the first this season, certainly in the Lancashire Cup.
It has been estimated that running this exciting venture for the future players of the club will cost in the region of £15k a season. The club are looking for a number of "partners" to help fund it so it doesn't impact on Matt's already tight first team budget.

Chorley Supporters Trust are this season extending their successful pledges scheme in an attempt to raise at least £3000 which will go directly to funding the new youth set up at Victory Park. Last season we raised over £1200 so we really need people to get behind the scheme this year for the benefit of the young players coming through.

How does it work?
You pledge a fixed amount of money based on the first team's performance. £1 per goal for example. You then pay the money due at the Supporters Trust table, at a monthly meeting or online via local giving (where your pledge can also benefit from gift aid). A running total will be published here, on the Trust website and in the match day programme.

At the end of the season all "pledgers" will be entered into a prize draw to win a season ticket for the 2017/18 season.

You can sign up by filling out a pledge form at the Supporters Trust table before todays and every home game throughout the season. You can also add your pledges here too. There are no minimum or maximum pledges.

Here are my pledges for the season:

£1 per goal scored
£5 per league start made by a player that has come through the U21s or U18s
£50 for reaching the FA cup 1st round
£100 for reaching the FA Trophy Final
£100 for winning the league
£50 for winning the play off final.

Show your support for the ambition of the club and the players of the future by joining the pledges scheme.

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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ian Livesey » Sat Aug 06, 2016 11:30 am

I would like to pledge :

50p for a Chorley goal
£5 for a Chorley player to score hat-trick
£25 for reaching the FA Cup 1st round
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Charlie Magpie » Sat Aug 06, 2016 12:16 pm

I would like to pledge the following for league, FA Cup and FA Trophy games;


£10.00 for every game that NO Chorley player receives a YELLOW or RED card from the referee.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby extech » Sun Aug 07, 2016 9:39 am

£2 for a win.
£2 for two goals conceded
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Mon Aug 08, 2016 11:05 pm

Full details over the next day or so, but the summary so far is that Saturday raised £47.50, which is a good start for Chorley's youth system. 23 people have pledged so far. I think we will need 50 pledgers to be confident of raising the full £3000 if our form is about the same as it was last season, so we are hopefully half-way there already. Thank you for your generosity so far.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Fri Aug 12, 2016 12:53 pm

As promised, here's the details of all the pledges to date. We estimate that about 50 people pledging each week will be enough to raise the £3000 we want to support youth development, so we are about half-way to the target after one match. Please consider joining in to help our young players. You can post your pledge on here if you like or check the link for other ways of pledging.

First week of pledges.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Wed Aug 17, 2016 10:50 pm

£175 raised from pledges so far, which is a very pleasing start. You can read all about it, as well as see details of every pledge from every match here
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ian R » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:29 pm

Would it be unreasonable to ask that this teams fixtures are posted somewhere,believe they have played a game tonight.If this team is the focus for fundraising then let's broadcast them.(Not telling you how to do your jobs).
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ian Livesey » Fri Aug 19, 2016 9:16 am

Ian R wrote:Would it be unreasonable to ask that this teams fixtures are posted somewhere,believe they have played a game tonight.If this team is the focus for fundraising then let's broadcast them.(Not telling you how to do your jobs).


Long way to go to play an Australian side too :lol:
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby metz » Fri Aug 19, 2016 3:37 pm

Ian R wrote:Would it be unreasonable to ask that this teams fixtures are posted somewhere,believe they have played a game tonight.If this team is the focus for fundraising then let's broadcast them.(Not telling you how to do your jobs).


Hi Ian

There is a link to the to FA page where the Development Squad fixtures and results are stored on chorleyfc.com - under the U21s tab. It was also posted on our Facebook page and Twitter after the game last night.
Just to save you time for now, here's the link : http://full-time.thefa.com/DisplayTeam. ... =172932240

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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Mon Aug 22, 2016 11:07 pm

We're over £250 after just four games. You can read all about it and get involved here. If you want to add your pledge, just reply to this thread and we'll do the rest.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Fri Aug 26, 2016 8:06 am

Defeats are always bad news and the pledges are no exception. Chorley's youth development setup netted just £4 from our defeat at Darlington.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Wed Aug 31, 2016 10:57 pm

Pledges are now almost up to £400. You can read all the details here: Bank holiday pledges update
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Sat Sep 03, 2016 11:19 pm

We're over £400 for youth development now. You can see full details of the Tamworth pledges on cfcst.org here.

If you haven't pledged yet and want to you can record your pledge by replying to this thread, or send me a private message if you prefer.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ryan » Sun Sep 04, 2016 1:13 pm

Neil Hailwood (via Twitter) has pledged 50p per goal scored by a player with an odd numbered shirt. He's happy to have the pledge backdated to start of the season.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Magpie In Wigan » Sun Sep 04, 2016 6:57 pm

I will pledge £1 per clean sheet, £5 per penalty save(normal play only), £5 per hat trick, 50p per league goal.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby metz » Sun Sep 04, 2016 7:40 pm

I will pledge £5 for every round we play in during the FA Cup and FA Trophy and an additional £1 for every goal we score in both competitions
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Charlie Magpie » Sun Sep 04, 2016 8:32 pm

Charlie Magpie wrote:I would like to pledge the following for league, FA Cup and FA Trophy games;


£10.00 for every game that NO Chorley player receives a YELLOW or RED card from the referee.


I know that following the first 4 games of the season we were unsuccessful in not having any player receive a red or yellow card. However, I have been on holiday for the last 2 weeks and I am not sure whether we received cards in the Darlington, Worcester, Stalybridge and Tamworth games. I would be grateful if someone could confirm the 'card-count' for these matches.

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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ian Livesey » Sun Sep 04, 2016 8:35 pm

Charlie Magpie wrote:
Charlie Magpie wrote:I would like to pledge the following for league, FA Cup and FA Trophy games;


£10.00 for every game that NO Chorley player receives a YELLOW or RED card from the referee.


I know that following the first 4 games of the season we were unsuccessful in not having any player receive a red or yellow card. However, I have been on holiday for the last 2 weeks and I am not sure whether we received cards in the Darlington, Worcester, Stalybridge and Tamworth games. I would be grateful if someone could confirm the 'card-count' for these matches.

Thank you


Card count:

Darlington : 1 yellow
Worcester : 0 cards
Stalybridge : 1 yellow
Tamworth : 4 yellows
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Sun Sep 04, 2016 8:42 pm

Charlie, I've been posting a link on here after each match with all of the pledges up to date in a spreadsheet. Here's the most recent one.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Sun Sep 04, 2016 8:44 pm

Magpie In Wigan wrote:I will pledge £1 per clean sheet, £5 per penalty save(normal play only), £5 per hat trick, 50p per league goal.

Metz wrote:I will pledge £5 for every round we play in during the FA Cup and FA Trophy and an additional £1 for every goal we score in both competitions


Thank you very much
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Charlie Magpie » Sun Sep 04, 2016 9:08 pm

mark wrote:Charlie, I've been posting a link on here after each match with all of the pledges up to date in a spreadsheet. Here's the most recent one.


Cheers Mark, a lot of time and hard work on your part in keeping this spreadsheet updated, thank you.

My pledge total stands at £10 following no cards received at the Worcester City game. Hopefully, I will be coughing up lots more cash throughout the rest of the season as I would not want to see us lose the services of the likes of Marcus Carver due to suspensions.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ryan » Mon Sep 05, 2016 2:12 pm

Great to see a few more pledges coming in this week. Thanks for your support. I think that takes us to over 30 individual pledgers so far this season as we aim to raise £3,000 to fund Youth Development. Every penny pledged will go towards keeping Dave Chadwick's men going.
If we get the right result at Altrincham tomorrow we'll hit our first £500.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Wed Sep 07, 2016 10:26 pm

Here's the state of the pledges after our draw at Altrincham last night. Charlie Magpie gets his wish of coughing up a tenner thanks to a referee who apparently didn't fancy any paperwork after the match.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:48 pm

Two more pledgers on Saturday, thanks very much.Here's the latest from the Brackley match:.

As ever if you want to get involved please reply to this message, PM me , tweet @cfcst or ask at the Trust table on matchdays. Target £3000, and we are a sixth of the way there.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby mark » Wed Sep 14, 2016 9:24 pm

Here's the latest after the Salford game. Anyone fancy doing an FA Cup pledge ahead of Saturday? If so reply here, tweet @CFCST or send me a pm
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ian Livesey » Sun Sep 18, 2016 10:36 pm

I'd like to add to my pledge that I'll give £100 if Chorley win the league this season
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby SheilaB » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:55 am

Hi . I'm adding £2 for each pair of black boots worn by a Chorley player. So far unofficially added around £6 to our overall total!
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Jue » Mon Sep 19, 2016 8:39 am

£1 for every time the wood work is hit by Chorley. I'm sure this can be confirmed by numerous officials around the ground.

Not including the cross bar challenge seen at half time! Also not including penalty shootouts.
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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

Postby Ian Livesey » Mon Sep 19, 2016 12:49 pm

SheilaB wrote:Hi . I'm adding £2 for each pair of black boots worn by a Chorley player. So far unofficially added around £6 to our overall total!


Nike have just released these :
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