I couldn't quite believe it at first, but it does seem that every side that has been relegated from any of the top 4 divisions of the English leagues have not lost every game! They have all picked up points here and there, and even won some games when performances have improved from the dross they usually serve up. Just thought i'd put that out there for those that think we may have turned the corner after a 0-0 at home to Bournemouth.
Although many will probably disagree with this, but the players we had out on the field today were better than BrIghton, man for man there was more desire, more effort and more quality. The essential thing is though, Brighton were by far the better team. The lads put in a good shift, but we were never going anywhere, and the blame for that lies with one man. Clement is fvckin clueless as a No1, and has to go. Our main problem now is finding a genuine replacement, as i'm pretty sure in my mind that Huw Jenkins is incapable of finding one.
So i will accept the answer if anyone can tell me whereby a major shareholder in a company would sell a % of their shares in order to have funds to purchase new shares in order that their lesser shareholding would not be diluted under a new share issue? Honestly now, i haven't got a clue so help me out.
These people have visited my local club today and the naive fvckers on the committee seem very impressed with it all and are considering signing up! Looks dodgy as fvck to me, does anyone anything about this company or the legalities behind the deal they are offering?