Posted 21/4/2013 13:27 #470052 - in reply to #470048 Subject: Re: Dorrian's Comments
83 Jason Barnett
Just want us to be going into matches without our hands and feet tied behind our backs as it has felt for the past few years, particularly when we have faced the "big or even small well funded clubs" UTI
Posted 21/4/2013 17:00 #470079 - in reply to #469936 Subject: Re: Dorrian's Comments
82 Dennis Leigh
Nice to hear Dorrian be positive. My biggest worry was he would say we need to trim the budget again next season, that would have just turned more fans away and we would carry on in the same direction we have been heading last few seasons. Need to build on the positivity Simmo has created and start to turn things round.
Not sure if one of these investors will be Swann, we haven't always got on in the past with the whole Barraclough transfer, but I would welcome him with open arms, he clearly wants to take a club and help them progress.
If Dorrian does bring in investment, he may have bought himself another chance and if this investment does not show, there is no doubt he has city at heart, but it will be time for him to step down as chairman if someone else is prepared to step up.
Posted 21/4/2013 18:09 #470095 - in reply to #469936 Subject: Re: Dorrian's Comments
84 Dick Krzywicki
Obviously something is on the horizon and has probably already happened. You don't go from cutting the budget to aiming to put a budget to move the club forward towards a top end budget. Certainly things have to change as we can't keep going keeping our heads above water like this.
We aren't a dead fish though - 977 fans went to Hyde yesterday to watch a club that has been in decline for 5/6 years, quite remarkable.
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