Bodmin Tew wrote:
grovehill wrote: Coming out of Administration is part of a process that has to be done within well defined legal guidelines.
Everyone's investing the whole thing with too much emotion, which clouds their judgement.
How can you be a lifelong supporter of the club yet look at things so clinically?
Because I know, understand and accept that the future ownership of Argyle will be decided by the outcome of the Administration process within a legal framework.
Am I happy that the malignant seven might get back more than they should, that the Club will probably belong to and be run by Ridsdale, that a property developer (Brent or Heaney) will decide the future of the football club, that staff have worked unpaid for far too long, that it'll take years for the football club to recover?
No, but I accept that there's nothing I can do about it.
I'm also unhappy that when the football club looks like being sold for a quid, it looks likely that there won't be any supporter involvement in the future ownership of the club, because (in my opinion) most supporters & supporter's groups have totally ballsed up how they should have dealt with the Administration process and the people involved in it.
The only thing that i am happy about is that the football club will be totally isolated from the ownership of the ground and it's environs, meaning that in the future, when the club changes hands , it might once again be affordable to people who only want it as a FOOTBALL CLUB