Agree on all but point 7. They’ve stated that it’s less than the rent and that the rent was unsustainable. You’re not going to get more than that out of them and what difference does knowing what the ground cost?
The next 12 months needs all the other points sorting or at least tangible progress being made.
Boycott’s recent statement and the next one he is due to issue will address most of these points.
People need to understand Trivela have been in charge less than a year i would suspect this season has been a case of fault finding and auditing i feel we will start to see steady progression going forward.
Not once have I ever sat in the ground staring longingly at the roof, stanchions, seats etc and thought, I wish we owned this ourselves.
Same as I have never trudged past the Saddlers club after another shite performance and thought I reckon I’d be happier if it wasn’t boarded up.
What goes on the pitch is all that has ever bothered me as this is the primary reason for existing as a FOOTBALL club. Something Walsall FC has lost sight of and failed spectacularly at over the last 5/6 years.
I seem to say this every year but judging by the reaction to this managerial appointment I think this is the year where we see which way the club is heading. I don’t think it’s an understatement to say that it’s the biggest 6 months in the recent history of the club.
BB has made some very big, bold, public statements. If it was just a very elaborate short term ploy in order to quell some of the expected negative reaction to an underwhelming managerial appointment and the improvements and structure promised does not materialise - well, if Sadler doesnt get off to a good start you will see the biggest mutiny and drop off in support since the Fox / Dann debacle. No doubt about it. But it will be a lot worse.
Every time I say it’s a big 6 months ahead we are let down. I think if we are let down this time we will be looking at a very uncertain future.