In August 2010 three Maidenhead United fans were banned from attending home games, by a kangaroo court, for crimes they didn't commit.
These men promptly encountered a jobsworth security blockade, and so escaped to the non-league underground.
Today, still stigmatised by the MUFC Ltd hierarchy, they survive as supporters of fancy.
If you enjoy a train away day - and if you can find them - then maybe you can share a drink with ... the K-team!

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

GMOSC readership now at record high

*** To enhance your reader experience please adopt a droning, Brian Clough-like accent and presuppose that minor updates to this post will follow, seemingly ad infinitum ***


With GMOSC working in a close partnership with the KSG to improve online coverage/awareness of Maidenhead United FC Ltd, this has been mirrored this season with a rapid rise in GMOSC readership. At the end of last season, readership stood at 470 page views (probably), but with only three months of this season left, readership has already increased by over 100% to reach a current readership of more than 10,000 page views. This is GMOSC’s highest readership level since it was formed in 2011. But we still need your help!

GMOSC’s objective is to achieve a target of 10.1k page views by the end of tomorrow.

This rapid increase in readership is no doubt due to the efforts that GMOSC and the KSG put in during recent months to improve online coverage/awareness of Maidenhead United FC Ltd. Recent months saw a hive of activity from both GMOSC and the KSG which included the following –

  • Going to a football match, every now and then
  • Reading a newspaper, or two
  • Writing the occasional blog post
  • Biting the bullet and finally signing-up for Tw@tter

If you would like to join us and become a member of the KSG then, tough, it’s invite only.

Don’t like it? Don’t read it.

PS > Thanks for reading!

;-)




1 comment:

David Kite said...

Murdo, just found your site. Now in south australia and enjoying it.
Congrats on getting this going, it's a great read.
Regards David Kite.

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