Dan wrote:I’m not saying it’s a hindrance I’m saying there’s no guarantees. I’ll bore you again, guess who had THE biggest budget in the history of League Two on their way to the conference. I’m not cherry picking I’m just chucking in examples to counteract those who keep harping on about our budget giving us some god given right to be high up in the table. It doesn’t always work like that. That’s all.
Accrington going up with a small budget
County changing manager and going down
Exeter being bottom of the league and making the playoffs.
It certainly looks like you’re cherry picking examples. What about Luton who had a big budget and went up? Or Macclesfield that changed manager and stayed up? Or Every other team ever that has been bottom of the league and not made the playoffs. Examples can fit any narrative you want. Focus on us, and the truth is it isn’t anywhere near good enough for the investment the chairman is putting in.
Next appointment will be crucial. Get it wrong and yes it might not work out and we’ll be no better off, but if they do there homework and hopefully make a strong, considered appointment we’ll stand a good chance of being better off. The ball is in the Radfords court.