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    Special guest

    Who was the special guest last Saturday, his name was Balajii, surely not the Barry White impersonator as he must have lost four stones and had a Shane Warne weave. If he is a member of the family is it not time to draw a line and move on? Your thoughts only, no accusations. I know where I stand on this emotive manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by test View Post
    Who was the special guest last Saturday, his name was Balajii, surely not the Barry White impersonator as he must have lost four stones and had a Shane Warne weave. If he is a member of the family is it not time to draw a line and move on? Your thoughts only, no accusations. I know where I stand on this emotive manner.
    It is balajii's son. As far as I'm concerned, his visit is a welcome one. Hope he decides to attend as frequently as is possible.

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    In my opinion we will never forget but it's time to forgive.
    Venkys took some poor advice off a highly corrupt agent and his puppet
    They disappeared to leave venkys to take the abuse.
    They were extremely naive but the real perpetrators were kean and Anderson.
    Bridges are being built and a lot of this is down to Mowbray and waggot.

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    Time we all moved on. As a club we have been heading in the right direction for quite a while.

    Right here and now, they are a massive factor in our progression. Therefore we want them to feel welcome at their own club. They are being respectful keeping away. They realise it could be counter productive.
    And I feel this is going about them starting to be more a part of things.
    The penny has dropped. They have good people they trust running the actual football club. And they fully support those people. The financial input is key to our short-term future.

    No we don't need a party celebration where they are welcomed back with open arms and everything is simply forgotten.
    But we have moved into a new era of our club. And that has to be embraced.
    At some point this lot (who are filthy rich) will spend big and in a positive way.
    It will be better to step into the future together than everything being splintered.

    The fans who have gone, have gone for good. Its up to us to build from here, and gain more local fans by being very proactive in the local area. Which our community department are doing a fantastic job of.

    But like with any football club, if results on pitch are healthy, this will reflect whats going on off the pitch.

    This young lad may well take over the running of the company one day. It will be better if he is made welcome here.

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    It seems that the war is over

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    Quote Originally Posted by test View Post
    It seems that the war is over
    I think rightly so. All the signs are pointing towards them having been badly advised and inexperienced. The fact they remain committed after 8 years deserves some degree of respect IMO. The young lad getting involved could mean they remain with the club for a very long time ..

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    It seems like a smart move to me. This guy shouldn't have the baggage attached that goes with his parents' generation - even in the eyes of the most fanatical Venky's-haters.
    We'll see.

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