waldorf34 Posted December 2, 2021 Report Share Posted December 2, 2021 3 hours ago, WeeBud said: Possibly because the direct make-up of the board (and shareholding) allows a situation where nobody is truly independent and "party" lines have to be followed. I have nothing personally against "Kibble" but have had a concern from the outset that they will always and only prioritise "Kibble's" best interests, there is nothing wrong in that other than it might not always be in St Mirren's best interest. Then need neutral chairman? 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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