Well I think the response is fair enough under the circumstances and its either right or wrong. Gamble is either correct with his comments and if he is not he is either hiding the facts or unaware of the facts.
I have read the resonses and apart from a couple of posters obviously aware of pension rules I can’t really see any real points which change anything.
Therefore I believe that the best response if people believe that the letter is wrong is to start a thread on each point and let people provide a factual response to the points. Rob can then reply to any points for which there is a strong response. For example rather than keep moaning about the ticket prices fans can list the prices for all other local clubs and Rob can list them in comparison against Walsall and show the difference. The Kids prices are a perfect example for one and the response would say you are incorrect and here are the facts.
With regards to the rent then there are strict rules and as said before it is not a pension contribution but must be charged by the trustees and must be market rent. Maybe there are options but they need to be factual regarding pension legislation and not a knock at Bonser.
If there is no strong evidence for a point then drop the argument. For instance I suspect that the idea of Catagory A games is mainly to get extra revenue from a large away following hence Bristol Rovers on Boxing day but with their league position it failed, but Gamble is not going to put that in print. They have to charge the same for Home & Away so they take a chance, standard business practice.
Just my opinions and I am just trying to help, before I get the normal flack. If you don;t agree with me then so be it, I won’t lose any sleep.