Guest Posted October 24, 2022 Report Share Posted October 24, 2022 (edited) 7 hours ago, truesaint said: Some of the smartest entrepreneurial people in the world do one thing well. They hire good people who are smarter that them in key areas. But they need to trust those individuals to deliver and not run the business at a loss. Despite my stupidity I have had a very successful career and run multiple businesses. Never once have I ever run my own businesses at a loss or lost any customers in my corporate career. I made a lot of money for my clients. Win-win scenario as I get repeat business year after year and in turn new business through refferals. I’ve witnessed highly intelligent individuals make businesses really complex and invariably lose money. You have not even supplied a direct link. I know what I wrote and I base that on my own experience no one else’s. You are trying to be funny and make things up to belittle someone’s opinion. That says a lot about you. I would never read that trash. No true football supporter should ever buy or look online at that corrupt organisation. Have you ever been to Hillsborough before or after 15th April 1989? I have. Do you know anyone who were directly affected by the Hillsborough tragedy? I have. Fans died as a direct result of incompetence by the governing bodies, police and paramedics. A cover up was instigated by those in power and they used the media to cover their tracks and idiots swallowed it up as “The Truth”. It took decades to get the real truth. But not one single conviction. Those in power with money and influence will always escape justice. It’s fcuking wrong that Duckenfield escaped jail. Same could be said for John Needhams former boss Goodwin at RBS. He should be behind bars or at the very least performing community service in the communities he has devastated through his corrupt business deals. We may well have our own financial issues. No one outside of our board of directors knows the exact financial state of play. I see that Aston Villas captain John McGinn was dropped for their most recent game after Steven Gerrard was sacked. Gerrard lost his cousin 10-year-old Jon-Paul Gilhooley at Hillsborough. 25 fcuking years after Jon-Paul was killed his inquest to hear the truth was finally heard here in a decent newspaper: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/apr/23/youngest-hillsborough-victim-inquest-jon-paul-gilhooley I believe our board have been gambling our future on the possibility of John McGinn moving on. They might get that wish in January as the new manager might want to move him on. Now if our accounts show a loss of more than £100,000 this year our club BoD need to take a real hard look at their position. If John McGinn is sold the funds from that deal that SGG put in place with Hibs should have been a platform to grow our club sustainably. Not fill the massive void if we have been haemorrhaging money trying to live up to “top 6 Tony” dreams from a long forgotten time when we had a part time striker in Doug Somner nearly winning a golden boot for scoring 35 goals in a single season and finishing in our highest ever league position. That was the year Fergie with Aberdeen won his first league title. We ran them close that season and if we had not lost Frank McDougall to a broken leg thanks to Danny McGrain much earlier in the season we could have won that title. We also won the ASC that season but had we not been in that tournament we may have had a better chance of winning the league. Aberdeen went to play Liverpool and that is the match that really kick started the casual scene in Scotland with the launch of the ASC. I digress. Let’s get back on topic, No one at our club or any business should ever gamble the future in “what if?” Edited October 24, 2022 by SuperSaints1877 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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