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SJP Taxi and Private Hire
Oct 26, 2003
Hockley now on loan to Rayleigh
This is not a trust bashing thread by any means because the work done that many of you don't see is nothing short of superb, however with rumours being spouted that Sainsburys may be pulling out and absolute silence from the club should the Trust not be taking a lead when conversing with the club? asking the probing questions? and detailing (what's not businesses sensitive) rather then when I look at liaison upon liaison meeting minutes where is shows a lack of contempt from the club and just another 'no new development'! Personally I don't think that's enough of an answer and not even enough of a question.

Ron Martin should be up before the fans to explain where we are in all of this, I have said this time and time again IF we are in this much trouble any club would need its fans to come together to fight our way out of this but we can't do much without so much as a word from RM

REAL danger of sleepwalking into oblivion here a real danger!