crickeypafc wrote: Just dunno what to think
I thought geting to the start of the season would be where everything calms down and we just get back to what we want and enjoy watching the greens
I just cant think of a life without Argyle
That's where you went wrong crikey, keeping fingers crossed and avoiding the inconvenient truth that we were in a handcart destined for hell was naive at best but wilfully ignorant at worst, you're not alone. The whole process has been the play-thing of three personalities with such eyebrow raising morals and methods that your eyebrows should be falling off the back of your head.
Instead of 'hoping for the best', 'concentrating on football' and 'accept what's happening at any cost' which are all phrases regularly trotted out this summer we should have been united in opposition to AFC Heaney/Ridsdale. We shouldn't have been skipping gleefully to Home Park to give them season ticket money, had they got the message the fanbase wasn't buying into them then Brenda would have had much more time and incentive to ditch him and look to Plan B. The 2,800 season tickets however actively encouraged him to keep going when it should have been a defiant 'jog on' from the green army.
Actually I CAN think of a life without Argyle, the Argyle I know has not existed since the last game of last season so i've effectively been living with it for months already. It's something I have coped with because i've always believed that we'd get our club back one way or another. Liquidation is not death. It'd simply be the end of a business called Plymouth Argyle FC, not the club called Plymouth Argyle FC. All that we hold dear about Argyle is immortal.
Plan B is obviously there and (before Marin(er)) pedals his false line that i've "wanted" liquidation again) that's the preferred vehicle to carry on. But we can't make Brenda keep us going, it's his plaything to trash. It's been my consistent view throughout that of the two remaining options (rebirth or Heaney/Ridsdale) the latter scares me more and should be avoided at all costs.
I'm sorry to point this out but you need to be a bit braver. If I can draw a parallell with events in the country recently, we need a lot more standing up to looters and a lot less idly standing aside and watching them steal our property, fearlessly drive 'em out .