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Post  wanderer on 2020-01-04, 9:37 pm

Put the sale on hold, stay out of the media,.Till end of season. Time to think it through.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2020-01-04, 9:42 pm

wanderer wrote:Put the sale on hold, stay out of the media,.Till end of season. Time to think it through.
Good advice.

the team are moving in the right direction
get calm back and all push in the same direction and who knows

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Post  oxfordshire on 2020-01-05, 1:54 am

Please stay Mr Donald
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Post  Hieronymus on 2020-01-05, 12:27 pm

wanderer wrote:Put the sale on hold, stay out of the media,.Till end of season. Time to think it through.
Good advice - knee jerk reactions are rarely the answer Very Happy
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Post  cyprussyd on 2020-01-05, 1:03 pm

Many complain about Twitter but like it or not Twitter is what is influencing more and more and right now some fans groups and Twitter users are deciding the clubs future.

A lot of work was done last season in rebuilding trust between club and fans and IMO we are about to put it all at risk.

Are Donald and Parkinson the answer long or even medium term, maybe not but there is only one objective this season for me, promotion. Signs are that things are improving and its the time to have a good January window and some unity, owner, manager and fans all pulling in the same direction.

Wanderer is spot on, the end of season is the time to take stock not now.

The bad news is I have started a poll on Twitter to gauge opinions, so far its not looking good.
Head on block time, lets see if the majority do want Donald to stay.

Donald to stay
25.6%

Donald to sell up
57.4%

Cant decide
17.1%
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2020-01-07, 3:09 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Many complain about Twitter but like it or not Twitter is what is influencing more and more and right now some fans groups and Twitter users are deciding the clubs future.

A lot of work was done last season in rebuilding trust between club and fans and IMO we are about to put it all at risk.

Are Donald and Parkinson the answer long or even medium term, maybe not but there is only one objective this season for me, promotion. Signs are that things are improving and its the time to have a good January window and some unity, owner, manager and fans all pulling in the same direction.

Wanderer is spot on, the end of season is the time to take stock not now.

The bad news is I have started a poll on Twitter to gauge opinions, so far its not looking good.
Head on block time, lets see if the majority do want Donald to stay.

Donald to stay
25.6%

Donald to sell up
57.4%

Cant decide
17.1%
258 votes · 4 days left
I’ve just read the club statement and it’s a bit depressing,  especially after seeing your poll result.

I’m aware there is a vocal minority at the SOL but would a similar poll with match going fans produce similar results?  

I know the league is very bunched up but 9 points off the top of it with all the games to go would certainly make me feel the glass is half full.
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Post  wanderer on 2020-01-07, 6:06 pm

Is it he needs grow a pair or he's looking for a way out.
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Post  Nostalgic on 2020-01-07, 7:16 pm

Maybe football's state is best summed up by Chelsea's latest accounts.  Losses almost 100mio despite injection of almost 250mio by owner.

Comparing the realms the two clubs operate in maybe it illustrates just how difficult it would be to advance too quickly.  But then it isn't their money.

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