Registered On: December 24, 2013
Shock, horror, I’ve just agreed 100% with a post from Gurny, lol
Not wanting to keep harping on, but I did warn against Swann very early on, branding him a property developer not a football club chairman.
Cue the usual crowd on here to mock, abuse and belittle.
Cue the usual suspects to weep and gnash their teeth, saying that no-one would want to buy us…just like now, really.
As for Swann the signs were there early:
CONSTANT failure to capitalise on revenue streams which would also benefit supporters match day experience.
Ridiculous excuses for NOT doing anything about the above.
Falling out with the council and other developers, resulting in no new stadium.
Failure to make this good.
Constant promises of start dates for the above, which even amateurs knew where wildly optimistic, and little or no remorse or reasons given, or shown when deadlines again aren’t met.
A creeping distancing of the club from supporters, making many of us feel unwanted.
Regarding the above, I’m now entering a fugue state regarding the club I’ve supported for years. I feel that if they don’t care about us, why should we care about them, help them or, …and it’s hard to say this, bother supporting them.
Running the club as his personal toy with cronyism and nepotism not helping anyone.
Really, Swanny, if you do read this, it’s time to go.
You’ve tried and been found wanting in everything.
Thanks for trying, but it’s a fail.
Bye now. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.