I've managed to get an interview with Ryan McKnight early in the New Year, I have a few questions of my own that I'd like to ask him, I would also like to get some from you guys as well, if you would like to submit a question please post it on here or message me if you'd like the question to remain anonymous, I'm sure we all have feelings about McKnight but can we make it constructive and sensible questions only please, I don't want to sound like I'm siding with anyone but if this goes well it could open doors to other big name interviews in future!
Fudgie, I've been thinking about this, and I have to ask, do you really believe he's going to come out with anything worth listening to? It'll be pure bullsh*t as per usual. Nothing more than a collection of business conference buzz words, sprinkled with some of his own made up sh*t for added 'flavour': "the business needs to wash its own face"
So in my opinion you shouldn't bother, you'll be wasting yours, and indeed everyone else's time.
This is not a go at you, you know I consider you a good mate of mine, but you really need to rethink this. If you have to interview him, then just ask what Fitzy asked him, shove the mike up his bony ar*e and walk away. He's a major player in just how f****d up this club is, and the sooner he gets the boot the better.
I really hope I see him out and about on before that happens, because I'll ask him to kindly do one also.
Does ryan see his future at the club under any of the potential takeover groups and has such an issue been discussed between any of the parties involved in tabling bids?
If further cuts meanwhile are required what percentage of the club in its current state has to be cut and where precisely will those cuts be made and indeed why those specific areas?
Has there been any mention by any of the parties interested in taking over the club as to the situation regarding our part time status? Has anyone made offers in financial terms set out in proposals which include such a move back to Full time professional status and also the effects such a move would make on our current part time squad? - or - is it a case of get back to football league status then re-examine such a position?
Has any party mentioned proposed funding to replace the cutbacks we have had to endure these last few years? If so what is their timetable for bringing back such as we have lost so far?
OH AND WILL HE TALK ENGLISH NOT MEANINGLESS RUBBISH WORD WASTING GARBAGE THAT DOESNT ACTUALLY MEAN ANYTHING - IM JUST THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX ON THIS ONE...........OH ****
IM COMING ! said brian.............you can get arrested for that ! said Dougal
Why is it that the club didn't have a budget for the players wages or someone responsible to see the bigger picture, and therefore over spending on a few, has limited our budget to non-contract players with limited experience and skill, affecting the overall budget of running the club - leading to vital members of staff going and change of suppliers?
(Though I must add that the lads we have now are trying their best to prove their worth - over the last few games at least!)
Agreed, sirius, particularly your closing comment. As long as they give their best they cannot be faulted, it's our ability to replace players who just aren't up to the task that concerns me, like you say though, we've been hampered heavily financially so we really are struggling on that front.
100% support for the players wearing the shirt is a must from anyone attending the games, shouting abuse will only hinder their performances even further.
Post by another_ruined_saturday on Jan 3, 2014 9:24:12 GMT
i think a proportion of the fan base is aware that there was a need for deep cuts off-field as well as the playing side in order to keep county a going concern. is the final, logical act of that work to make himself redundant? how much 'vision' can we afford at this level?
i appreciate that's probably one that's a bit difficult to ask fudge, but it really isn't a personal one - it's about the post rather than the person, and i do think it's a fair question.