Writer: J P Fear
Date:Thursday July 20 2006
Part of me feels sorry for O'Leary - he backed the players but 'acted against the best interests' of the club by going public with the story....
It makes upsetting reading - the whole board are a bunch of clowns - not only Ellis but Steve Stride, David Owen, Steven Kind - they all have to go - the latter 3 are Ellis puppets and 'Yes' men + it's plane to see why former executives (Langham - who was his own man) have left.
Fan pressure groups have to really apply the pressure on the board 'big style' and fans in general will not have the wool pulled over their eyes this time -regardless
of who comes in, season tickets sales will not improve - but fans must somehow demonstrate.....??
The best demonstrations are empty stands?? but has any fan got the bottle to do this? Sometimes fans don't realise how much power they actually have.
Just look at Manchester Utd last year a section of fans revolted but it didn't make any difference...those were the fans who really cared for there club and fair play to them. All it may take is to boycott 1 home league match JUST 1! and there could well be big changes!?!! Ellis' pockets will be dented and the national press could have a field day.
Weds 23rd Aug - boycott or not - demonstrate and make our message to the board loud and clear!
PRESS : Please investigate further into the inadequacies of the way the club is run!
FAN GROUPS: Keep demonstrating against the board, make our voices heard!
Great work Tim Nash - keep it up - we want our club back!!
By Mr. Basim Zaidi
Date:Thursday July 20 2006
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