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Old 21st April 2019, 17.05:42   #41-0 (permalink)
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Something positive would be a clear cut offer of the wst put the club (or atleast 51% of it up for sale).

We won’t go up via the play offs, the agm will be smoke and mirrors with the only real issues raised will be oh let’s make the club more exclusive as we are a community ran club. It’s boring now this whole seven years of trust ownership has been Terrible on the field quite possibly some of the worst players we have ever had. I have no faith in them at taking us forward, as it stalled in the first season of trust ownership.
Have you blanked out the years prior to trust ownership when the previous people in charge took the club to the brink of financial ruin - Only for the fans (not all Trusties) to bale the club out.
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I thought the trust board and the club board were separate.

Do the trust pick the manager now then??!!
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Does anyone know:-
1 Which WST board members are standing for re-election?
2 Which resolutions are being proposed by the Board and if they are likely to show a willingness to recognise dissatisfaction amongst the membership and desire for new blood on the WAFC board?
I wondered that so looked up who stood 3 years ago but it's confusing as only Mark Williams is a current board member so not sure who the four are

WST AGM 2016 - Prospective Board Members Election Statements
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Sorry Alan I read your post and a few others (I got the feel that you genuinely asked why I am disconnected) so here it goes.

1. The wst bought the club to stabilise it - achieved that.
2. There is no plan it was buy the club clear the debts as quick as possible, it killed us off and that alone set us back years and anyone who says “you have to pay them” a deal or arrangement would of been set up prior to purchasing.
3. Constant talk of promotion when all it was ... talk.
4. Don and Horne leaving never addressed.
5. Replacing keates with Davies, then the following year replace the manager twice flip up the January transfer window and the whole cock up of this year.

Personally all of those who have been heavily involved have such egos if they care about the club ie Spencer now is the time for them to back off, it’s actually the incompetence that’s keeping us in this League.

The only people in my eyes who love this community club idea aren’t seeing we aren’t ran any different than if it were one owner.
Which owner would you like ? A return to the owner who ran us into the ground.
The many chancers who don't have the funds but have delusions of grandeur.orwe could could ask the Oystons , or the owners of Bolton orNotts County or ata lower level Ebbsfleet . Let's get real we have a good model , and the best chance of progressing foursome years. Sadly. For some it's never good enough and instead of working hard we try and buy ourselves out of trouble .
As for the managers none can really blame Keates and Ricketts , and as for Barrow remember the views on here after the Salford win!!
It strikes me ( and I don't live locally but have supported for 60 years !) that there is a lot of petty jealousy and why don't the critics GET involved and try to change what you don't like!
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Have you blanked out the years prior to trust ownership when the previous people in charge took the club to the brink of financial ruin - Only for the fans (not all Trusties) to bale the club out.
Some supporters, it would appear have very short memories indeed - least we ever forget.

Better to have a club to support in the National League than no club at all.

If Hamilton had got his way the pitch could now be a retail park - doesn't bear thinking about.

We need to retain control 'for ever' and never go down that road again.
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Are they allowed to say whose not up for re-election if 4 vacancy’s exist?
Old 21st April 2019, 18.11:05   #47-0 (permalink)
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Some supporters, it would appear have very short memories indeed - least we ever forget.

Better to have a club to support in the National League than no club at all.

If Hamilton had got his way the pitch could now be a retail park - doesn't bear thinking about.

We need to retain control 'for ever' and never go down that road again.


This post in a nutshell is why we're the longest National league club and why clubs like Tranmere Leyton only stay down here a season.

Happy to stay in the National league until we have gates like clubs we call tinpot because without ambition a football club if nothing especially when leaving winning aside the football on display would of been classed as a pub league yrs ago.

I hear your point but Hamilton is long gone and not every private owner is a Crook else every club in the leagues above would be bust.

Ask yourself why Blackpool, Bolton, Notts County don't say sod this let the trust run the club? Why haven't Chesterfield done it? They will probably be up there next season.

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Some supporters, it would appear have very short memories indeed - least we ever forget.

Better to have a club to support in the National League than no club at all.

If Hamilton had got his way the pitch could now be a retail park - doesn't bear thinking about.

We need to retain control 'for ever' and never go down that road again.
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Given all the trust diehards on here you would expect a queue of nominees to stretch down Crispin Lane
I can imagine the list of those interested in buying the club would be the same length
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Have you blanked out the years prior to trust ownership when the previous people in charge took the club to the brink of financial ruin - Only for the fans (not all Trusties) to bale the club out.
I think many have forgotten; the club in administration, massively in debt, haemeraging money hand over fist and losing its assets. The Trust may have taken a bit of time to pay off the debts, stabilise then turn things round financially but the last 2 seasons despite 2 managers upping sticks mid season progress has been made on the pitch.

Now is not the time to lose our bottle and give up on the Trust, or bail out as some are threatening, now is the time to see things through and fair play overall attendances have improved on the back of the team's winning form. We have been desperate for a shot at the play offs for the last 5 years and now we have that chance, we should embrace it.
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