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Re: Linnets identity crisis

September 7 2011 at 10:27 PM
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Response to Linnets identity crisis


Problem you have is that people like Greewood and Rose have very little in their lives. Their sad life equates to nothing more than going the match. They have people alongside them such as Ramsden and Headley who know very little about Runcorn FC and its history. They fall for Greenwoods living in the past, so try and pretend they are something they are not. They pretend they are Runcorn FC in order to hang into their past. They fear the future and reality.
Look at the board, its made up of a little clique. People who live that past life at Canal Street. At what other club would they have someone like Phil Wainwright in a board position since day one, yet never ever being elected. Purely based on the basis they are part of a clique and live in the Canal Street past.
Then you have Pritchard in it for his own self gains, say no more.

It's a false set up of a club.
Trying to trade off the history of Runcorn FC to fool people to hand over money at the gate.
How many people want to get involved at board level?
Where would they be without the local council handouts?

It's a corrupt club that attracts life's drop outs. Life's goal is being 50 years old and living at home with your mum.

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  • Re: Linnets identity crisis - Probable board member on Sep 7, 2011, 11:45 PM
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