| komakino wrote:|
|"Anyway, what abysmal status quo? We have a virtually new team compared to a year ago, so things have not stood still, the club has developed a whole new approach, based on footballing people making the important decisions" |
Things off the pitch have improved to a degree and the squad is better. The manager is completely failing with the tools at his disposal and therefore should be replaced at the earliest opportunity.
"And how does your "status quo" somehow benefit the majorty shareholders?"
It benefits Delia Smith because NCFC is a vehicle for her own ends to keep her in the public eye. The club is not benefiting form her selfish behaviour.
"Are you fooled by those who say they are taking money out of the club?"
No. But if she does not wish to invest, then she should sell to somebody that does. Again, the club is not benefiting from her presence.
"Are you somehow unable to accept that it is perfectly natural to pass on their assets to family members and who have brought them onboard to get the necessary experience?"
Norwich City is a Football Club. Not a Grandfather Clock.
Unfortunately, the ways of the world are as they are. The majority shareholders are there because they put their money into the shares and they own them, so what they do with them is up to them and passing them on to a family member and protecting with some kind of trust (which is what they stated will happen) is perfectly sensible. They have even brought said family member on to the board to get the necessary experience.
If at some point a suitable investor comes along, then that is different, but plainly they set a high bar for anyone who might be interested - that imo is a good thing.