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This could have all been avoided if they'd been up front about what was owed at the time, rather than asking for money and not wanting to divulge much about why, it's a bit much for Hood to start crowing about leaving a "substantial" amount of money in the bank when that came from the pockets of the RL community.

Then again, did they want this public p*****g contest to be avoided? I'm not sure they did, both "sides" are relishing it as far as I can tell.
Well Panto season as started early, Billy Pearce to play Peter Hood, Brian Rix to play Caisley (why him? cause his trousers were always falling down)
If there are investors or sponsors out there with even a small number of working brain cells then they will take one look at all these unedifying exchanges between our shareholders and promptly close their cheque books.
Both parties claim to have the interests of the club at heart - but putting aside all past actual or alledged mistakes - this continuing conflict really could deliver the last rights to the club.
You might be able to re-write history, or spin it but you certainly cannot change it - the only thing the BoD, the club and maybe even the long suffering fans can do is influence the future
Northernrelic wrote:
If there are investors or sponsors out there with even a small number of working brain cells then they will take one look at all these unedifying exchanges between our shareholders and promptly close their cheque books.
Both parties claim to have the interests of the club at heart - but putting aside all past actual or alledged mistakes - this continuing conflict really could deliver the last rights to the club.
You might be able to re-write history, or spin it but you certainly cannot change it - the only thing the BoD, the club and maybe even the long suffering fans can do is influence the future


Agree with your thoughts what the investors might think - sad but unfortunately true.

As for history; well it's usually written by the winners - until the revisionists come along. Revisionism is often derided, and the word used as a pejorative, but in truth the original history (the one written by the winners) isn't necessarily an accurate reflection of what went on either.
How can anyone make even an attempt at a rational dicussion when petty politis are being played out? the new board have to stop messing about and tell us what they are going to do.
juliebull wrote:
How can anyone make even an attempt at a rational dicussion when petty politis are being played out? the new board have to stop messing about and tell us what they are going to do.


Not much business, of any kind, is done in the open, Julie. Most of it goes on behind closed doors (or out on the golf course :) ) and well out of the limelight, so I wouldn't expect to hear very much, one way or the other, until things are actually sorted. Even then I wouldn't expect much detail.

That said I get the very distinct impression that there is some 'seeding' going on on the boards; possibly from both sides but certainly from the new board. There seems to be stream of either new, or very irregular, posters coming on to deride any speculation they're not happy with, and to post 'exclusive' news snippets, on which we, apparently, must "just trust them".

I've supported the club for many years, and in all truth I don't give a tinker's cuss who is sitting in the director's box, but I'm losing faith with all of them right now.
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