I’m sure many will disagree, but for the future of our club is it better if we go down?
If we want Bonser gone, things are going to have to get worse before they could get better. It’s a lot harder to churn out the “well-run club” narrative when we’re languishing in the lower reaches of League Two or even faced with a drop into the Conference. Maybe that will be enough to break the apathy and force a change?
Should we stay up, I just can’t see myself celebrating. I have no faith in the club’s leadership whatsoever; it will just be more of the same, delaying the inevitable. We would have gone down in 2011 were it not for the Plymouth points deduction and probably would have dropped out of the league soon after had they not lucked out with the Smith appointment.
From a purely fan perspective, I think League Two, at least at first, would be more interesting too. New opponents, new grounds. At least finishing in the top seven of League Two is slightly plausible. Even reaching the top half of League One is increasingly looking like a pipe dream for us. Thanks Jeff.