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A tale of two chairman

Tommy2holes

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We lost tonight to an expensively assembled posh side. Just 5k tuned up to see posh and their embarrassment of riches brush us aside.

They aren't a bigger club and even with success, tonight being the 6th straight win, they still can't pull a crowd.

The difference is as plain as day. They have a chairman who has invested a lot of money and made a lot of money too, by investing wisely. He will spend a million and sell for 10 million.

We have the polar opposite. We have a larger and far more loyal fan base who are now reduced to watching nothing more than the reminance of our meagre first team and some kids. I'm sure that our crowd Saturday will again be great.

Such a ****ty time to be a blues fan at the moment. We have to stick together and support the management team and the current youth heavy players. They worked hard tonight, but it was too much for them.

Sol and the management team, the players and the fans have been let down by a terrible chairman, way out his depth and desperately clinging to a multi million pound pipe dream.

He is running the club into the ground.

There may or may not be a knight in shining armour waiting in the wings, but that doesn't mean that we as fans should let Ronald get away lightly. He sure as **** has been so far. It has to start being uncomfortable for him on a match day.
 
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