Donkey OTay wrote:
To say 'well Saints have always employed between 70 to 90' is not a basis for economic control management. Any Manager who thinks like that should be sacked.
I understand that but it also the same for you to come out and suggest that we don't need them when, as you have pointed out yourself, that your own argument is based on "just a whole load of guess work and 'probabilities' based on absolutely nothing". Now if you can make statements based on that then surely I can especially as I've actually given reasons to support my argument? If was you who more or less plucked a statement out of thin air that Saints are over-staffed without adding any reasoning to it. I'm only challenging that view.