Relatively, a lot of success. And the club showed a little ambition in achieving that success. Since then, nothing, but that has coincided with a complete change in the way football works from a monetary point of view - during which time we’ve stood still, see my original point.
We’re in an era of fickle and shallow support, if you don’t offer hope, then you won’t succeed. People are out there and willing to pay and do what it takes to watch a football team, but only if they feel they’ll be repaid at some point - thats what the hope is. The hope that you’re investing emotionally and financially in a club, and that one day it’ll be worth it. From that perspective, supporting WFC hasn’t been worth it for nigh on 18 years.