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Illudium Q-36 Operator
Jan 17, 2018
The Twiglet Zone
Just thought I'd throw this out there;

following RM's statement just a couple of days ago, part of it said "Your club will demand commitment from every player and every employee. Whether playing, coaching or managing … working at the Blues needs to be a religion" along with "Commitment starts at the top. Having largely cleared the decks we now have until September to return The Blues culture. ‘Living for the Weekend’ when we can once again support our religion…only on a Saturday! Forgive my Sermon…"

Wouldn't it be refreshing, especially in the current climate where so much change is taking place on each and every level and on such a huge scale, that this opportunity was grasped and acted upon - starting from the top ? With most (?) religions, there is a practice of communication on a regular basis of teaching, advising, informing their followers. There probably has never been a better time than now for our Head Man to practice what he's recently preached and keep the loyal following 'on side' with regular, routine statements. Or sermons if he prefers.

One would like to think that hearing regular items of factual, informative news from the horses mouth - or any club affiliated, able-bodied stablehand - is far more beneficial to the general atmosphere than all the rumour-mongering piffle that tends to come down the grapevine.

I know, it'll probably never happen but what a fabulous chance to start afresh with everyone - everyone - in this congregation reading from the same song sheet.