27/10/2015 : Taff's Gloversblog : Groundhog Day Strikes Again
27 October 2015 : Groundhog Day Strikes Again
Where do we start with the current problems that Yeovil Town face? Saturday's 2-3 home defeat against Cambridge United was a classic continuation of the frustrating banging-your-head-against-the-wall experience that has been the Glovers which stretches back probably to the summer after we were relegated out of the Championship. As I've said before, I'd never blame anyone associated with the club for the fact that our stay at second tier level lasted only one season - we were out of our depth, and short of rushing in a mega-rich consortium to pile money into the playing budget, it would have been a miracle of Biblical proportions for us to have survived.

What has followed since then though has been a very different kettle of fish. Between 2005 and 2013 we had been a stable League One club, so it was probably reasonable to assume that when we were relegated from the Championship in 2014, that we would head back to that more 'natural' third tier level. Unfortunately, we didn't, and so suffered a double relegation down to a level we last occupied during the 2004-05 season. What we now face, 15 matches into the 2015-16 campaign is the unthinkable - that we might slip further. Our 23rd place position in the League Two table was not so much of a concern earlier in the season, but a nasty-looking gap or two starting to open up against the bottom five clubs, the alarm bells begin to ring.

Some of the problems afoot in this season feel a little bit like Groundhog Day, and a fair chunk of it spreads across multiple managers. Things I would pick out are that: (a) Our player turnover is too high (b) the number of injuries we have been getting to players over several years is too high to just be 'bad luck' (c) We have an over-reliance on the loan market (d) each manager appears to be constrained by the League's salary capping (SCMP) rules.

We also have a strong, though less measurable pattern where we can stay in a game for 80 percent or 90 percent of the time and look generally "okay" but when it comes down to the defensive third, isolated mistakes seem to cost us goals, whilst at the other end of the field, a lack of attacking flair and quality has meant that sometimes our attacking prowess has felt a bit samey, and that the opposition back four are finding it all a bit too comfortable. This season has seen Ryan Bird break that rule with his six goals so far, but we've been a bit too reliant upon him. In general terms we're not creating enough chances on goal to win a game, which means that the first error that the defence makes is often a fatal one - that was our problem last season.

The main bit about 'Groundhog Day' though that concerns me is some of the player body language, the reaction of fans to what is going on, and some of the words coming from the club's hierarchy. Last season, I felt the club imploded upon itself, both on and off the field. Rather than handle adversity and deal with it in a thoughtful calculated manner, putting forward things that would make a clear difference, there is a sense of reactive behaviour.

It was this time last year that calls began to come for Gary Johnson's head on the back of poor results against Port Vale and Rochdale. Roll forwards two management chances since, and there are some who would like Paul Sturrock's head to be the next served on a platter, so we can go through the next cycle of management changes at the club. But how much of the problems and the constraints that the manager is currently contending with are different with those that Johnson was battling with twelve months previously?

I haven't agreed with everything that Sturrock has done at the club, although the same is true of every manager that we've had. He appears to ask all players to get back and defend corners, when I'd prefer to leave one of the speedier players in the squad - Harry Cornick is an obvious candidate - out near the halfway line to give defenders a channel to clear to if they need to whallop the ball up field. I also feel on away games in particular that we stand off the opposition too much, allowing them to gain the first ten yards before the first tackle comes in.

However, there's no denying the fact that we would have been a stronger side if players like Dawson, Tozer, Compton and then until recently Dickson, Laird and Fogden had been available to him. Even if some haven't proven themselves to be world-beaters yet, we'd be a few players higher up the table. If a new manager comes in, does the treatment table magically clear itself? We had the same problem last season - Chris Weale, Jakub Sokolik, Joel Grant, Liam Davis, Kevin Dawson and Simon Gillett all missed huge chunks of the year, and even those who came back seemed to be struggling for form. I know a few fans have criticised Sturrock for repeatedly highlighting this, and at times I think he's over-egged it, but equally trying to pass it off as not a factor in why we're struggling would be wrong.

The other thing I'm mindful of is that if the board decides to remove Sturrock from his position at this moment in time, then we would be faced with the farcical prospect of recruiting our fourth management team of 2015 - Gary Johnson, Terry Skiverton, Paul Sturrock and whoever came in after. Clearly there comes a point at which the constant revolving door becomes part of the problem - and also the selection process itself. In 2013-14 Bristol Rovers used four managers in a season and were relegated. During 2014-15 Leyton Orient used four managers and were relegated. Cheltenham Town used four managers in League Two during 2014-15 and were relegated. There's a slight 'cause and effect' question there of which came first, but equally it doesn't look like the route to success to me. I'm not saying Sturrock should never be removed because of the experience of those clubs, but I'm just drawing attention to the fact that you're in danger of 'change' becoming the problem, with no stable base for anyone to build from.

The other man in the firing line over the weekend is Chairman John Fry. The presumption amongst many fans is that he's merely acting as a figurehead for Norman Hayward's actual money, but inevitably by being the most prominent member of the boardroom, he puts himself in the firing line in such circumstances. He's had flak before, and he's managed to ride it out. However, this is a little bit different. Much of Fry's kudos has been that he was the club's Chairman when we got into the Football League and up the divisions, but clearly that will mean nothing if he's also the man that leads us out the trap door. And as Gary Johnson found out earlier this year, even the most successful manager this club has ever had found himself dragged out of the club on his arse. However, that still would ignore the fact that he is (almost certainly) not the man with the actual purse strings.

Hence, I think it's probably more appropriate to talk about the ownership structure itself, and the club's financial set-up. My view is that over the past few years, the club's hierarchy have paid far too much attention to Food Stores and Retail Parks, which might provide some long term income, and not enough visible attention on what would happen if that plan failed or was delayed. There's also been little attention to the here-and-now. Any Retail Park development is likely to be years into the future, with the current plans on the table merely asking for outline planning permission. Ask Bristol City and Bristol Rovers how far down the line that is in the trials and tribulations they went through with their plans. During that time there should have been a stronger focus on the club's short term needs that would bide them over whilst whatever long term plans were (possibly) executed.

Back in February 2014, the club published a special circumstances support document, designed to aid their (since aborted) planning application. Entitled "The Future Of Yeovil Football", it was attempting to justify the club's circumstances for needing to put the application forward and why SSDC should be prepared to stick their necks out on the approval of the plans. As it happens, the application broke down on more fundamental issues than SSDC could have ever helped the club with. However, one key part of the report jumped out (and was seized upon by the local media at the time) as it said:

"The Club can no longer continue to live from 'hand to mouth' each season, and its long term future will be decided on the regeneration plans for the Huish Park site. Failure to succeed with this current planning application which will allow for the development of the stadium site will consign the Club to play in the lower leagues and possibly return to Non-League football."

History tells us that this planning application was canned voluntarily a few months later. Given we were flying high in the Championship at the time this document was published, this paragraph threatens to be extraordinarily prophetic. Hopefully it won't actually realise itself, but it reads uncomfortably close to home. The thinking behind that statement has never been explained to fans, but if the club had enough information to see it as a risk then the big question is what action have the owners and board been taking over the past eighteen months to address that risk, given that by April, it was known that the planning application couldn't succeed? At that stage, an urgent Plan B to deal with the short term realities should have been the priority.

My own view is that the club should be publicly opening the club up to either new owners/investors, or for a new share issue, even if that ends up diluting or reducing the current 92 percent held by the current owners. And if someone comes along with enough clout and enough business sense that would take the club forward then that should be listened to for the good of the football club. I'm not saying we should accept the first bidder that walks off the street, but on the other hand, given the above paragraph, is it possible to sit there and have no Plan B that mitigates the risk of that doomsday scenario being met?

A number of supporters have raised the question of Supporters Trusts and fans-based consortiums running the club. Whilst I think that is a laudible aim, and that fans should be setting up a Supporters Trust to act as a safety net for the club in general, we are a mile away from being able to do that at present. Supporters Trusts are a membership/subscription based organisation that is run as a not-for-profit company. I'd love to think that in the future we might have a part or wholly supporters-owned club. However, at present, we don't even have an independent formally constituted supporters club, let alone something that could then keep to the formalities necessary for the Industrial and Provident Society a Supporters Trust would run as, regulated by the Financial Services Authority - I mention these, to emphasise the governance that would be necessary to create such a structure. In addition that Trust would need to raise enough initial funds to have either a notable or a majority interest in the club. I would wholly support one being set up, but again that would need to be a medium or long term aspiration - not something that could usefully serve a purpose this season, because we're not even at Step 1 for that.

The decisions that the club makes between now and the January transfer window could be the most important made in the last 20 years of the club. Last season, I felt some of the decisions made were reactive, and did not serve a true purpose that would benefit the club. If the wrong decisions are made, then the next league below - with its single Champions slot, and single play-off winners slot, will be much harder to get out of than League than League Two would have been. The oft repeated statement is that it took the club 108 years to get into the Football League. We need to ensure that we do not slip out of it with far greater ease.

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Comments On This Article
Bradley said ...

I said on the last blog and will say it again sturrock will take the club into the national league. I don't care what his history is to me he has zero personality zero character and he his taking any feel good factor that is left at huish park and wringing it out to almost nothing.sometimes managers don't have that right fit at a club and this is a classic case. I know the farcical board won't do anything about it until it's to late and that is there perogitive but when ytfc are playing the likes of Eastleigh and Halifax then maybe they will realise
27/10/2015 08:38:05

Dusty said ...

Excellent and well written article. I agree about the injury situation at the club which is not just bad luck. Training, rehabilitation and physio don't seem to be geared properly to minimise injuries and recovery time. Whether it's from PS or a new manager we need a different mindset. PS has been absorbed into the Yeovil culture and despite his good intentions he has not changed it - in fact his comments are now perpetuating and justifying it. Is his leadership style too? As I said when commenting on the last blog he is all 'jam tomorrow' now. Should he have retained the coaching staff? Probably not as although they were part of the club's success, as coaches they are now mainly associated with failure. As individuals we have a reasonably good group of players - as I have said before we are not getting the best out of them. Individual defensive errors are not due to lack of skill or pace but application and concentration - what is Skivo doing? Obviously nothing which helps. If I was PS I would get out of my head that returning players are my salvation and overhaul coaching, training and player motivation. If you want to change things you have to do something different. I maybe naive but this team can win games if the mindset is right.
27/10/2015 08:41:40

glovergreen said ...

A very good summary provided. I don't know what the answer is, but I fear you are right in that the next 8-10 weeks are the most important ever in terms of the football club. At present we make Blackpool look like a solid pillar of footballing organisation (at least they are winning occasionally).

I don't believe getting rid of sturrock is the answer, as despite popular opinion, we are still playing generally better football than last season, and do find the net more frequently (as reflected by only being October and our top scorer - Bird, has already become our highest scorer since the championship). More players are 'bothered' this season, the potential is there.

The change required is off the field, and with no clear plan B apart from a cornershop and post office being tagged onto the ticket office, it is clear we are rudderless in this aspect.

I am and always will be a Yeovil fan but things need to change. I am getting sick of trudging round the country (including carlisle on saturday) and I think all of the travelling fans are in this predicament, we are down, which knocks the players' already low confidence. We are not going to change our players, so lets at least support them, a change behind the scenes is vital.

This joke isn't funny anymore.
27/10/2015 08:51:14

Phil Anderson said ...

Excellent article.
I actually think the players we have aren't that bad and regularly prove this for 45 mins.
However some of our defensive tactics are woeful.
This has been a common factor for some time.
As much as I admired them as players and club men, it's obvious Sturrock needs to bring in his own staff.
Quite frankly it's unheard of for coaches to survive so many managerial changes, including when Skiverton failed as manager (Twice).
If however Sturrock is not well enough to perform his role then he needs to go now.
It's a long shot but I know many would like Ian Holloway at our club, his passion would be just what is needed.
As for John Fry he has done a great job previously but now needs to step aside ( not necessarily out) and allow someone with more vigour,drive and vision to take our club forwards.
27/10/2015 09:27:05

Nick Rogers said ...

I agree with most of what you say except that it is not difficult to set-up and run a Supporters Trust. You get good support in the process from Soupporters Direct, and the regulation by the FCA is no more onerous than setting up a limited company - it make you more accountable, encourages others at the club and in the community to take you more seriously and puts you in good shape should you have to take on more responsibilities.

You don't have to wait until the club is in dire straits before laying strong foundations for a say in hows things are run or even a viable alternative.

We've done that successfully at the Brakes Trust (Leamington FC), we now have shares in the club and are pressing for a presence on the club board. We've done this not in the face of bad times but more to put our supporters organisation in a more formalised shape ready to tackle whatever comes our way and to bring he club closer to fan and coumunity involvement.

If anyone wants more informantion contact us via our website: brakestrust.com

PS I'm a life-long Yeovil fan - and the recent run of results, form and possibly governance pains me. But if the fans want to influence things they have to make the effort and do something positive.
27/10/2015 09:42:36

Brendon Owen said ...

As per usual Martin you have summed up the situation most succinctly. I am particularly interested in the Supporters Trust. We, the supporters, are almost as guilty as the Board in that while they have done nothing to move our club forward, neither have we. Yes we have had the 'odd' meeting with Fry and Co but to no avail. We have stood and wrung our hands and gnashed our teeth but we have not spoken out with one voice. You are right Martin that setting up a Supporters Trust will not save us this season. Already one third of it has gone and we are going to hell in a handcart. It is the future we have to try and protect as at the moment we are losing 'our' club,watching it dissolve in front of our eyes. It is too precious to be left in the hands of one money man who seems to have little interest other than in the split off land development. Yeovil Town should belong to the community - to us all. We should all have a stake in it and ensure that it is kept in a healthy state for the generations of supporters who come behind us.
However, having said that it should belong to us all I am aware that this wish is a long way done the road. But to start out on a road you have to take the first small step. Why should we not explore the possibility of setting up a one member one vote trust that would at least give us a focus for our voices and see where we can go with it. I have been amazed at the number of clubs, big and small, that have already done it and whilst some notable cases, such as Portsmouth and Exeter have gone all the way and taken over their clubs, others have managed to get a director on the board whilst others have acted as major pressure groups.Our opponents on Saturday, Carlisle, have set up a Supporters Trust - why can't we?
We need a group of like minded people to get something rolling. I would be willing to give what help I could.
What's it to be? Nothing or something to help 'our' club. Not Haywards club - our club.
27/10/2015 11:15:32

John Woolmington said ...

Sturrock is not fit/well enough to manage.
27/10/2015 12:33:22

Ross James said ...

I agree with parts of what has been said above. I think that parts of the structure of the club need to be reassesed. As much as I love Darren and Terry it seems sometimes that they just don't look coached and there seems no pattern to our play. Sturrock should see that though and it shouldn't be coming to him making changes at ht. We also need to be a bit more creative with how we get more supporters in-with things like offers on group tickets or something. Something to entice people to come. I would stick with Sturrock but maybe change things around him.
27/10/2015 13:18:00

Old Green Eyes said ...

As ever a well structured and argued post. Many things to think on.

I think one of the keys to our current situation is the relationship between the team (note the 'team' not 'club') and the supporters.

It seems that in our time since the Championship we have lost the ABU that we once had. Sir Gary brought in everybody pulling together and singing from the same hymn sheet etc. We have lost that. Minds and focus seem to have wandered to other things such as the supermarket etc.

The Supporters Club is an important thing to raise. Since the demise of the YTISA (and its psuedo rebirth as the Away Travel Club) we haven't had such a group. We as a fan base need to reach out to the likes of the Capital Glovers, the Cary Glovers, On to Victory and others and pull together. ABU.

However, the aim to buy the club and kick out Fry, Hayward and Sturrock I think is a little reactive. Many people were pleased when PS was announced, as he has the pedigree to succeed. Yes the training and the physio side of things does need to be looked at - completely agree. I also strongly agree with the above suggestion that someone is needed to give the club more focus and drive. Who thought we would miss Martyn Starnes so much??? (OK maybe we miss someone LIKE Starnes!) But like before, just push Fry out of the limelight, to one side. Lets be realistic, Fry and Hayward aren't going anywhere anytime soon.

I would suggest that the board make a gesture, to show that they are YTFC men, that they care for the club and the fans. That it ISN'T just about the cash. (I appreciate that the following may have ramifications for the salary cap etc, I'm not the 'How Guy'!)...It is noticeable that when the team buck up, so do the fans, and vice versa. Against Cambridge the atmosphere almost dragged us to a point after a poisonous first half. Poor performance breeds a negative atmosphere. We need to ABU, we need to pull together. We need to pack the place and get the house bouncing, irrespective of the position we find ourselves in. A bouncing and loud terrace will drive the team and break this viscious circle. However at 20 for poor football this won't happen.

Rather than a fans' protest, lets cut the ticket price for a couple games and make going to HP what it used to be - fun. Slash prices from 20/25 to a fiver for a couple of well publicised games. Positivity breeds positivity and we need to do something to pull together to save this season. If that coincides with injured players returning and some experience added to the side (especially at CB and up front) then all the better.

ABU. Keep the faith.
27/10/2015 13:22:19

glovergreen said ...

Regarding a supporters trust, No one else will do it except ourselves. I would be willing to help where I can, with the slight hindrance of being a northern exile.
27/10/2015 13:27:04

andrew strickland said ...

If the board really want to demonstrate openness, then through this platform could you ascertain the following:

1 What are the prospects of the second, strangely outline, Planning application, as I suspect it will follow the first
2 What was the real outlay to the club of the first wholly misguided Planning application
3 What are the costs to date of second current application.

As an architect I recently obtained successful Planning permission for a redevelopment site local to me here, and the planning criteria are broadly similar
In my success Planning application, the project construction cost was around 6m
Planning application fees were 18k
Design team fees were approx. 25k, for my architect front lead input, a traffic consultant, and two other specialists required to satisfy Planning
The total of the combined outlay for my client was in the order of 43k, and that was for a similar application

The club has now gone down the Planning track twice, and it is to me virtually impossible to believe that the similar costs to mine are carried by others and not Yeovil Town in some direct, or indirect way

Further an outline application requires almost as much input as a full one, so no planning logic in opting the outline in any circumstance

If Mr Fry is serious, then can someone via Ciderspace, ask the club's agent Mr Bell, to be open about the real outlay involved with now effectively two wasted applications.
At last it must in similar to my own, but at worst, there is the prospect of it being double the cost

I truly am saddened at the catastrophic mismanagement of my dear team, and there simply is no other logical explanation, as blaming injuries, and the wage protocols are frankly bull....as excuses.

I started following YT in 1964/5, and have done so unbroken for 50 years, but this year I stopped...ashamed at is incomplete demise, just at a time my two grandsons were on the verge of taking up attending the occasional local games with me.....
27/10/2015 14:05:23

Paul said ...

Good article however the problem is with Mr Fry. I have heard the there has been offers to buy the club but all have been turned down. Mr Hayward must put money into the club or sell. If we are in trouble with our crowds how is Accrington able to keep going with less than 2000 per home matches?
27/10/2015 14:12:50

Andy C said ...

Another good article and bang on about too much time spent on Food Stores and Retail Parks etc. These people are living in cloud cuckoo land especially reagards to the hotel ! There are clubs with similar budgets than ourselves that are relatively successful without having to sell off land . The board now need to put all their energy in to sorting the mess thay have made and quickly. They need to get in experienced players especially strikers and not the inexperienced (and usually small !) youth players we specialise in.The board would probably say we can't afford these players , well how come AFC Wimbledon could have Matt Tubbs on loan for part of last season and how could Burton Albion sign up Stuart Beavon last season. Surely these clubs have similar budgets to us especially AFC Wimbledon, maybe thay just have a more ambitious hierachy !!!!
27/10/2015 15:33:23

Bournemouth Green said ...

Top article again, from the playing front I believe the mass clearout of last seasons playing staff was far too excessive, especially given that many of this seasons players are distinctly average. The players recruited are all to similar, there are no real leaders or players that can create that spark and excitement. I thought the tactic was to have two wide men to supply crosses into the box,Iffy Allen has the pace and trickery but never gets more than 10 minutes & Ollie Bassett looked to have great potential and doesn't get a look in, we're being bored to death. Some of the young loanees have been over played and need a rest. We're losing games we might as well give flair a chance at least it'll give us long suffering fans something to get a little more excited over. We will go down playing the current brand of football its all too predictable and certainly not entertainment.
27/10/2015 15:41:23

Camelgreen said ...

I don't think I would be the person to start a Supporters Trust, but if one is formed I would support it whole heartedly, meeting wise etc, and if as someone suggested on Facebook. Make a donation of a 1000, I would be up for that as well. Something needs to be done to save "our" club! The Championship was a great experience, but could it be the breaking of us?
27/10/2015 17:06:33

Trev. said ...

A well written piece Martin that sums up my own thoughts and opinions. I believe PS can do the job but it seems to me there is conflict between his way and the coaching staff. Tactics are not sound!!!
27/10/2015 17:10:43

ONK said ...

How often do we hear top division clubs stating that one of their new aquisitions needs time to settle in, get used to their new team mates, style of play etc? So how many new aquisitions do we have?! They all need time to settle in etc. We currently have a lot of young players turning out, whereas normally they would be used in amongst more experienced heads. We're getting some of the more experienced players fit, but don't forget they've had no proper "pre-season" and they've not had the oppotunity play with their new team mates so will need time to settle into the new team. I understand that time is an obvious factor, but from what I've seen so far this season with the players we've got and the more experienced players coming back we can get out of the predicament we're currently in. Having said that if nothing improves with the return of these players then we should move to get rid of PS and the two blokes masquerading as coaching staff
27/10/2015 17:21:11

roy mallard said ...

Lets get rid of Sturrock and move on. No use blaming chairman or coaching staff. Did Mr S need to get rid of so many players? Did he need to replace them with such mediocrity. He says he knows what he's doing - I can't see any evidence of that.
27/10/2015 20:33:20

Dave said ...

I agree with many of the above comments. Some actions may be possible, although others appear to be beyond our control. In particular, SCMP rules do not help our current situation. However, with the money made available in the summer, we should be doing better. My personal opinion is that two or three more players from last season's squad should have been retained, reducing the huge turnover, providing greater stability, experience and a little more quality than we now have. I like Paul Sturrock, who offers great experience, and his coaching/management team and do not doubt their commitment to the club. However, I have serious reservations because we do not seem to be progressing (I know survival is our number 1 priority) in footballing terms. High quality coaching is vital if we are to develop an attractive, winning team, that will keep and, hopefully, increase the current fan base. The Chairman seemed to hint at this point in a recent interview. Too many injuries to be simply bad luck also raises further concerns. Unless the returning players make a huge difference or other changes are made I think we are heading for a record breaking third consecutive relegation! However, even if this happens I will still be buying my season ticket for 2016-17 and, once again, will be full of enthusiasm and hope!
27/10/2015 21:21:45

Vince said ...

Why the hell was Dawson given a two year contract with his injury problems and I suspect he is one of the top earners at the club ! Nothing against him as a player but come on .. that cash could have been used up elsewhere in the squad
27/10/2015 22:00:36

Alan N said ...

I agree with Paul when he asks the question as to how Accrington survive on gates of 1500. It suggests that YTFC should be able to do much better with gates of 3000.I also agree with Dave with regard to the coaching staff,s ability to nurture an attractive winning team. We still do the same warm up routines before games as we have for ages. Could this help explain the injury problems we have suffered for the last 2 years?

I do agree with setting up a supporter,s trust and like others would put money in. We need to have a bigger say in the running of the club.

If the team could only play as in the second half against Cambridge for 90 minutes, we would not be where we are. Lets keep faith and hope.
28/10/2015 09:29:33

gavin trott said ...

I think the problems go back to our year in the Championship where we generally performed and competed well despite the relegation. However Johnson lost the plot and in not managing Madden and Upson well enough started to lose the players in my view. We have let a lot of good players go through poor management and no long term player strategy. Last season was an unmitigated disaster with the budget poorly handled and poor player selection - this has only continued this season. In my view we need a root and branch clear out, including sadly Skivo and Way who have been club stalwarts but appear to be offering nothing now. So for me its owners out, manager out , coaches out, a supporters trust in and start again - even in the Conference where we could build some success and momentum again
28/10/2015 16:00:20

Graham said ...

The clear out players was for two reasons - 1) to create a fresh start at the club and 2) to reduce the wage bill. We are now living with the perfect storm of an almost entirely new team AND lots of injuries.
Going forward we do need new owners and new coaching staff but I would stick with PS. Whatever happens this year - I think we will have a good end to the season and avoid the drop - we do not want another new team next season. PS needs to build a team so that next season we can challenge for promotion whatever league we are in. Changing the manager again (replacing him with Skivo again) guarantees relegation.
29/10/2015 00:15:37

Brian Fenn said ...

Well constructed and reasoned article. In my humble opinion we have 3 main issues (1) The Board / Owners (2) The Management (3) The Team.
(1) Have historically done a good job in getting us up from the Conference and into and (currently) staying in the Footbal League but they now appear to be tired and poorly focussed
except for their efforts promoting the misguided and get rich redevelopment of Huish Park.
(2) It was great to get PS onboard as his track record in turning around ailing clubs like ours is pretty good. However my concern is for his health and current ability to do the job effectively. Nearly a decade ago PS was diagnosed with Parkinson's an illness that over time has an impact on your mental ability to plan, organise and remember things. It would be most unfair to have a campaign to get PS out if he was not mentally up to it. Going back in time I was always surprised that PS did not come with tried and trusted backroom staff who he could rely on to help get the message across and motivate the team. Instead we got the continuity option of TS / DW who were great players in the past but does not mean that they would be good management / coaching material in the future unfortunately both have been found wanting on this front. They have both been too closely associated with our recent failures to be anything other than a concern going forward. However, the way this club operates they both know that if they sit tight they will float to the top again should PS jump or be pushed.
(3) Like others I believe the cull at the end of last year was too severe. Our current team (with some exceptions) is physically and mentally poor and most are just of National League standard which is probably just as well as that's where we are potentially heading.

It would be really sad to see the club gradually wither away and go backwards to where we were 50 years ago when I first started supporting. But that's the reality we face with the current setup.

29/10/2015 14:22:56

andrew strickland said ...

I do not have any funds to offer any trust plans, but my energies and time are at anyone's disposal. Albeit at a 250 miles distance
01/11/2015 06:33:59

andrew strickland said ...

Is there no end to John Fry's wisdom. How is that if hew foresaw the downfall, then at the Wigan game he sat next to me and said it was his intention not to stop there but that the premier league was in his sights.
For me this all goes worse and worse each day, and repeating his retail plan aspirations are like me believing I will one day win the lottery. even though I do not but a ticket!
I am reaching new depths incredulity at each justification that comes from the club.

For the record, I expect at most Planning will grant some modest enhancement od sports/social facilities, including a general public usable sports/ joints injury type clinic, some houses. There will be no retail and certainly no hotel.
Good luck with any rescue initiative, and of Gary Johnson would have said 'onwards and upwards', on the back of coming of the bottom so fantastically last night
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