Sue Pollard wrote: I know it may seem at this late stage that they're all we've got now (time scale wise) and therefore we should accept this.............
.............Personally, I don't care how many years it would take to get Argyle up and running again ... just know I want a club I can go to that will be an honest club and managed within our means. A club that, given time and through our patience, we can truly feel proud of again, get our fan base gradually returning and a club to be looked upon from the football world as a great example of what can be achieved if all ranks pull together and you fight towards what you believe in.
Sue, i'm struggling to find the compatibility of these two statements.
If we're to "fight for what we believe in" and be "proud" of an "honest" club how can we "accept this"? (AFC Heaney/Ridsdale PAFC [Property and Finance Club] 2011).
If we are to stand up for core values, if we are to proudly fight for honesty..........we must reject them, not accept them.