It all falls on deaf ears anyway, we can moan and groan as much as we want to but nothing will have an impact.
The only action which would be noticed is mass walk outs and banners protesting outside the ground, something MFC fans have never done and will suggest will never do.
There is far too much of what SG did in 86 over riding the current situation and if we do stay up plenty of ammunition to get away from fans concerns and then start all over again with a clean slate
I disagree to a certain extent, I bet whoever was responsible for publishing that on the website done it through squinted eyes. Agreed it's a commercial decision to get it back out as early as possible but it's like a car maker having loads of issues with their vehicles and then saying the new model is out, it might be ok but then again it might be a bag of ***. Please buy one, from the car manufacturers point of view they need to sell regardless of their product having faults...
It's just a bit cheeky when it's all a sack of turd.
Well it is "leap day" but not for us as we play Monday!
However a point or Wigan and a win for Barnsley might see them leap up a bit.
Do so hope WBA win today the thought of seeing us in the bottom 3 fills me with dread
It's hardly audacious to release season ticket renewals is it? In fact wouldn't it be an insanely awful business move to not try and get people to renew? It would be risking the financial future of the club wouldn't it? Gibson definitely has his flaws but this seems an odd point to criticise him for!