Another decent summary of our plight under the current siege ownership situation
The question is what is happening to the movement that was created to seek a mutually beneficial ‘new relationship’ and to push for positive change at the club?
I was reading the article covering BB’s funeral and Roy Whaley made a statement that ‘whilst there is a WFC there will always be a legacy of BB’ and whilst this is true (thanks to BB’s love and passion for the club) i couldn’t help but feel that it sort of indicates from RW that there’s a question mark over the future of the club??
Did anyone else feel that or is it purely a case of his ongoing negative narrative towards the supporters and townsfolk of Walsall hitting my sensitive button again?
In response to PT’s post, I feel that although other clubs ownerships are currently receiving press coverage ours is seemingly, simply drifting nowhere