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Re: More grief for Wuss supporters
Posted by: Kwa444
Date: 04/09/2017 17:04
John Hall wouldn't have managed to get rid of the club if he had wanted reimbursement. That money was gone for good - why would he have done anything else unless it was malicious?

On the subject of SK being in charge when we were relegated - yes I know it was the case. However changing the captain of a sinking ship won't change the result.

Years of being up for sale and speculative budget purchases put us down. It should be remembered that on the results from when SK appointed Gary Gold, I believe we were about 6th in the league. The damage had been well and truly done.

Putting a club up for sale will mean players may well look at other clubs in preference when contracts are discussed - they have their own interests to care for. The whole situation damages a club's prospects.

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