Got to laugh at Dai Carpets.Doing a little whip round now to try and save the club.Yet when I pointed out to him back in September that he was directly funding the destruction of the club by continuing to sponsor them to the tune of £0000s per season he got very uppity indeed and threatened to send the boys round.Absolute melt.
Surely the plan was, buy the club for 70 million, keep it in the Premier League, add a few things - stadium lease, stadium capacity etc. Then sell it on as a package for twice or three times the amount. Kaplan said this himself. The problem is relegation. It wasn't factored, that is why they threw stupid money at it. What the plan is now, God only knows. I'm not saying for one minute that Jenkins won't rise again (indeed that has been the rumour for some time), but conspiracy or cock up, I go with the latter.
Martynif you start to believe what sites like thisisfutbol bring out, especially in a one sided interview you might as well pack it in
@Colin_swansea I pay little attention to click bait sites as they are usually full of speculation by the writer with no quotes from sources. However on this occasion they included quotes from Hay who confirmed that it was indeed Huw that stopped the James transfer.Look criticize Huw as much as you want for things in the last few years but at least give him credit when he does good things. In this case his parting act as a Jack was to fall on his sword and stop the transfer.