Registered On: September 7, 2015
The fans do not own the club, they have little say. If Swann is so weak that he makes ill judged decisions based on the opinions put forward by a few online then it’s his responsibility for those decisions.
With the way things stand this season I cannot see it being anyone other than Swann’s fault. He has changed business model, which is fair, and is now relying on youth. This is not the decision of the fans or Cox. It is Swann’s decision and the consequences, positive or negative, are on him. At the moment it doesn’t look good, we seem to lack experience in the squad and it’s awfully unbalanced. Again, this seems to be a result, primarily, of Swann’s vision for the club, so if we continue to struggle will be on him.
This is not me being toxically opposed to Swann. I do not want him out, worry what would happen if that was done as some seem to suggest (WonderGoals) without any kind of outside investment or plan, and do not buy into claims that he is really the manager and definitely picks the team and strategy. It’s clear that he has a say on transfers, but all talk of our squad and tactics being driven by Swann is currently conspiracy. However, he has made some very poor decisions, especially of late, including the reliance on a youth squad. If it fails, it’ll be his fault.