Registered On: December 23, 2013
I would say that, on the pitch, there’s probably been as much good as bad with some seasons at the top of League One & some at the bottom of League Two. One promotion in 8 seasons, not terrible. Though I think I’m right in saying this is now our longest period without a promotion since 1990, when we’d gone 7 years without one after 1983.
Off the pitch, I have many more questions. Promises unfulfilled and even simple things like sorting out the Iron Bar & the catering or the shop haven’t been resolved when surely they were quick wins which would have gone a long way to getting fans onside?
Yes Wharton did lack ambition but the club over achieved and i never once feared for its future.
I disagree with this statement. “Lacking ambition” is often a synonym for “not spending more” when running a club & within its means is ambitious in itself.
that starts with the inward-looking Board which has no room for outsiders (except for the C.E.O. who, of course, is pais by the Board.
I definitely think that any organisation would benefit from a wider range of voices on its board. Even if they were non-executive directors, that would surely be helpful.