10/05/2010 : Football League Blog : Tears, Tantrums And Two-Bob Clubs
10 May 2010 : Tears, Tantrums And Two-Bob Clubs
Note that this article contains two swearwords - if that offends, then look away now.

Football is undoubtedly a passionate game. Every now and again, a manager or a player will blow a fuse after months of pressure is finally released. Press hacks standing close to that person when it happens better be paying attention, and ask sensible questions or they may find they are themselves standing in the firing line when the fuse blows.

Some Glovers fans may recall former manager Russell Slade's fairly explosive April 2008 interview after he kept Yeovil Town in League One at the end of the 2007-08 season, accusing unnamed individuals of not creating a positive attitude within the club.

Hartlepool United's Chris Turner has been the latest one to explode in a crowded press room, calling the Football League "an absolute disgrace" after their three point deduction for fielding an ineligible player threatened to relegate Turner's side on the final game of the season.

Those who were at Hartlepool's press conference have described Turner as emotional and close to tears, with his voice cracking on several occasions during the interview. His fairly impressive rant, published in today's Northern Echo, will almost certainly lead to a summons from the Football League but Mr Turner had presumably reached the point where he didn't care. Speaking after his club's 0-0 draw with Brentford, Turner's rant reads:

"Itís very difficult to describe the feeling when certain events have transpired against you. Iíve been in the game 30 or 40 years and Iím ashamed to be involved in this game when what happened to our club on Thursday. Itís affects people massively. I feel for the people, the supporters, players who work tremendously hard to stay in this division and be in it against the odds. We have small crowds, battling against the odds, against big clubs. For them to almost relegate us on Thursday, I have to say Iím ashamed to be involved in football and those people who took that decision, Iím ashamed.

"They are an absolute disgrace and they donít realise, those people, the implications that could have happened if we were relegated. Hard working people in Hartlepool who support this club through thick and thin were dropped right in it for a problem that wasnít anyoneís individual problem and they kicked us in the bollocks, and I apologise for swearing there.

"I just feel so, so amazed that the timing of the decision. Why couldnít they take the points off us next season? I got emotional over it and it gets to you. We get to 52 points and get to safety and then someone takes three points off and chops your legs off. The timing of the decision was a disgrace. Thereís a lot of implications from relegation Ė £600,000 to £700,000 of TV revenue would have gone. IOR (Hartlepool's owners) put a vast amount of money it the club every year to keep it going. It would have been a massive kick in the teeth for them. The players, every team has a bad day and they have had a handful of them this season. The decision on Thursday was unreal. Players, staff, the club itself, all in jeopardy from one decision. Taking points off us, do it with games to go, not with 48 hours before the final game. In this modern age of technology why canít they get a band of merry men together and make a decision within seven days?
"

Whilst not agreeing with Turner's suggestion of a lack of culpability on Hartlepool's behalf, certainly he can't be accused of lacking passion and holding an opinion.

Holding an opinion appears to be something you're no longer allowed to do at Walsall's Bescot Stadium. There's been problems brewing there for several months now, after fans have begun to show dissention against Chairman Jeff Bonser's reign at the Midlands club.

On Easter Monday, there were demonstrations against the board during their home match against Wycombe Wanderers. Rather than listen to those supporters' concerns, or offer to meet them, in a blinding bit of Public Relations management, Managing Director Roy Whalley threatened, via the Birmingham Mail, to identify any protesters and get them banned from the stadium:

"We know who was responsible and they will be banned from the Banksís Stadium. While flags and banners supporting the Saddlers are very welcome, we will not allow anyone to bring in flags or banners containing messages that undermine the club. Anyone who does bring offending displays into the ground will be ejected and banned. The club is also fully aware of messages posted on certain unofficial websites that contain offensive and inflammatory material. These sites are being monitored and those responsible for inciting spectator unrest will, and are being, banned from attending matches. Their actions are sinister and unwarranted, threatening the livelihoods of the 100 full-time and 200 part-time club employees, and the very existence of the townís football club. We will not stand and watch this happen."

It will surprise few people reading this to find that the reaction to that diatribe from the Saddlers' faithful was not entirely agreeable. Matters have since escalated to the extent that around 80 Saddlers fans issued a sit-down protest in their home end at the end of Saturday's 2-1 win over Milton Kenyes Dons. One more Saddlers fan was ejected from the stadium - rather ironically the banner he tried to unveil had "Freedom of Speech" written on it. Not here, matey!

Manager Chris Hutchins seemed a little bit bemused by the whole thing, having just guided his side to a 10th placed finish in League One. Chants of 'Bonser Out' coupled with booing from spectators created an unusual atmosphere for two midtable sides, and Hutchins said of the game:

"If they don't enjoy that match there is something wrong with them. The only disappointment is that we are second from bottom of the attendance league in this division."

Of course if you create a culture where fans are ejected or banned for voicing an opinion on the running of their football club, you can't be too surprised if fans decide to vote with their feet. Supporters may often be unreasonable with their demands of Chairmen and Managers, but when club employees try to gag such opinions rather than listen to them, a club is on a slippery slope.

One person who clearly does need gagging, is Leeds United Chairman Ken Bates. Having allowed Jermaine Beckford to run out of contract, the striker - who scored the goal that got Leeds promoted to the Championship - is now entitled to walk on a free transfer, with Everton widely thought to be his choice of destination, and even talk of pre-contract agreements doing the rounds.

Whilst manager Simon Grayson has gone for the approach of telling Beckford what a wonderful player he is in the media and why he made him captain of the day, Bates - ever the diplomat - obviously takes a different course to negotiating, by saying at an End of Season Awards Ceremony:

"Itís not too late to think about not signing for a two bob club like Everton, and staying with a club that has a great future in Leeds United. Let me just warn you, when weíre playing Everton in the Premiership, weíll kick the shit out of you!"

Getting concerned about losing your key striker on a free transfer Mr Bates? Needless to say, "Two bob club" Everton's fans have one or two of their own descriptions of Mr Bates and Leeds United this morning. As this article has already managed two swearwords, we'll halt things right here and leave it to your imagination.


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