Connor wrote:edengreen wrote:Connor wrote: Well at the end of the day, if they didn't sign this contract, they wouldn't have a club to work for as we'd go bust. I think we all have to accept this, and go through these difficult months head first, and do everything we can for the survival of PAFC.
It won't be long until everythings sorted... Promise
WHY ? They have gained nothing come april it could go bust anyway then they have lost a month of there lives for nothing
If these investors knowing the state cant meet the deadline it is game up time to fold it
It is currently not worth saving
I thought everything would be sorted today and we would start building back up
If thats not going to happen then padlock it and start again I dont want another 6 months of the cack that has been running for 3 year and i cant understand the staffs loyalty they have been treated terribly
Are you seriously telling me you want the club to go bust?
Why should the staff stay loyal? Because if you had a dog, would you let it die during ill health, kick it out into the streets or fight to keep it alive even if it seems an impossible task because its the dog you love? I think for the staff of PAFC, its more than working for a poor company its working for a football club they love.
That maybe so but everyone has their personal limit of how long they can go without money. Many of these people are probably working through savings they've accrued over many years, having no idea if they will ever get paid the money they are owed.
Keeping with your dog analogy. Sometimes when a dog is just too sick, it is cruel to keep it alive. So you make the right decision and get the vet to come over. You don't keep it alive for your own selfish reasons.