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Tom wafc 18th November 2020 13.54:30

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
Surely they can come up with a deal to pay rent for using Colliers. It can't be used that much during the day. Another option could be to take the slot the academy train for the first team and send the academy to Nine Acres.

Wrexham's Patrick Bateman 18th November 2020 14.06:57

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=LlayDragon;2409797]As I've said before I expect the takeover to open doors which have been closed so far.

Ultimately, short term, training doesn't even need to be on this side of the border. A location could be identified we haven't even thought of.[/QUOTE]

Wasn't one of the clauses in the agreement to sell the club, was any new training ground had to be in Wales.

WxmWynno 18th November 2020 14.07:45

[QUOTE=Wrexham's Patrick Bateman;2409807]Wasn't one of the clauses in the agreement to sell the club, was any new training ground had to be in Wales.[/QUOTE]

Yes there was and if they wanted to move out of Wales they would have to have approval from the WST (I think)
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LlayDragon 18th November 2020 16.08:04

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Wrexham's Patrick Bateman;2409807]Wasn't one of the clauses in the agreement to sell the club, was any new training ground had to be in Wales.[/QUOTE]

Would that apply to temporary rental arrangement?

NewportRoadEnd 18th November 2020 18.59:51

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
Suspect mine are similar to most

1. Professionalisation of club staff - CEO, department heads inc Experienced Director of Football with a clear focus on the transfer market. Aim to complete this by the end of the season.
2. Acquisition or rent of new training ground by the end of the season for 21-22 with a permanent one in place by 23-24.
3. Depending on results in the next 4-6 weeks, dismissal of current management team and replacement with experienced head coach on 2-3 year contract.

Catenaccio 18th November 2020 19.34:00

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
Players need to be training in decent facilities.

I used to have a kick about with my friends on Nine Acre as a lad, it's embarrassing to know that's where a professional team is currently training.

Actually, I scored a brilliant header off a corner for Penley v Groves school on Nine Acre in about 1997.

A deal back at Colliers in the short term seems most sensible.

bowler 19th November 2020 20.36:50

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
Just seen a piece on Welsh news the Welsh Football Association have not made much money because of covid no crowds, although they just secured £2.8 million for winning the group,so not sure on that one, so they may be open to leasing Colliers for a couple of seasons,

Phils-an-alki 20th November 2020 08.41:58

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
One of the legacies of WST ownership; training on an abandoned field with no facilities and pipe dream plans for a substandard non league training ground and no money and no clue how to pay for it.

ITYAMMFSWC 22nd November 2020 12.40:52

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=JonoWafc;2408796]Now it’s confirmed what are your 3 highest priorities that Ryan and Rob need to do?
For me it’s
1) Appoint a CEO (Peter Moore fingers crossed)
2) A full review of the structure of the club from board level to coaching/ management
3) Following point 2 sack Keates/Darlo and appoint a Director of Football[/QUOTE]

Pleased with the 3 points yesterday, not so pleased with the performance.
Let's see how Tuesday's game turns out.

I imagine R&R's 3 priorities at the moment are to get the deal done.
Didn't a statement from the WST on 16/11 say that meant getting:
1) Final agreement with the WST
2) Approval from the National League
3) Approval from the FA (both English & Welsh FAs?)
Are any of these likely to scupper the deal?

I wonder if there'll be some kind of 'handing over of the keys ceremony'?
R&R might want something to provide footage for the 'show'.

Once the deal is done, what will it actually mean from a practical point of view?
I suspect there will be (dare I say it) 'a transition period', where the paid staff carry on in their roles pending R&R's appointment of a CEO, and then during the CEO's review of the infrastructure of the club.
Where I've been involved in things like this, it usually means people applying to stay in their roles!
But I reckon the members of the board would have to step down immediately, perhaps becoming the inaugural members of the honorary board.
And what will it mean from a financial point of view? Will R&R get control of the bank account(s) so they can feel comfortable about depositing the £2m? :eek:

COYR!!!

Corner Flag 22nd November 2020 13.02:08

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Phils-an-alki;2410294]One of the legacies of WST ownership; training on an abandoned field with no facilities and pipe dream plans for a substandard non league training ground and no money and no clue how to pay for it.[/QUOTE]

I agree that the WST legacies are poor but for now thd 9 acre is ok .A this talk of golfers and dog mess is not true and remember it's a poor workman that blames his tools !
Yes let's try hard to get back to Colliers which was stolen from us in my opinion , I didn't e past 3 or 4 times a week and hardly see anyone there and let's face it we only want it for 3for 4 days a week for a few hours each day .


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