Registered On: July 20, 2015
Sharp-shooter, After speaking to four of the fans that have sat more or less in a small area near me, all of whome have given up on the club and the way it has been operated during the past three seasons, I am led to believe that ever present supporter Sanfran has also had enough, so it will probably be between 250 and 300, instead of the normal this stage of the year when 1,200 to 1,400 have been sold.
My son that lives in Derby has been talking to the pair of Scunny fans that also live in Derby, and those have not missed an home or away match in over 12 years, they have also had more than their share of the way Scunthorpe play these days and will like myself turn up to see just an odd match, I have supported Scunny for 70 years, a season ticket holder for the past 12 years, missing just one home game during that time (when I had left my ticket at home after sitting on the car park for an hour), so if fans like ourselves have finished, I would suspect many, many more will not be in their normal seats.
What really finished me was when Mr Swann informed supporters out of the blue, “that his company have taken ownership of the football ground, car park and training field land”, along with the system that Cox plays, defensive unenjoyable boring rubbish, and the off loading of the decent players and keeping what is left, playing under Coxes tactics, what a thought.
But Mr Swann did tell Radio Humberside that we have a good squad of young players, and it will be interesting seeing how Cox developes them over the next three seasons!!, I am sorry Peter, but at the age of 80, three years sitting in the Cluggy does not appeal to me, even though he said that he wants fans to stick with the team, and keep turning up!!!!!!!!!!!