dog rout 21 wrote: bolix wrote:
Call me what you like..........but curious to know if the recent Keep Cov in Cov march had changed your mind about perceived effect of protests?
, I can't help but wonder where we'd be now if it had been properly managed from the start.
Me too. I also wonder if a better debate surrounding the issues may have led to more support for the club/sisu.?
AND, the hostility towards people who did try anything was just **** ish because it merely made people defensive and less willing to properly manage anything.
ANYWAY, I do not think the march has done any harm at all. There's a principle at stake and throughout the game this would not have been lost. The FA got involved as the last thing they want is this sort of negative publicity about financial irregularities, club ownership, etc. In addition I think it also focused minds at the Council as their policy of the Ricoh safeguarding leisure and jobs was in tatters. This, allied to just 300 diehards left prepared to follow the absurdity of Sixfields, will have made Fisher realise he's lost the argument. All in all, even at this late hour, I expect some sort of accommodation and deal. We'll see.