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Re: Micky for Sunderland?
Posted by: Bored rover
Date: 09/10/2019 06:41
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From what I’ve been to, Micky has been told that we will stay where we are for the next few years. The club doesn’t want another promotion because all the money is going into the education side of things at the campus. There will be some available in January if we need it to survive.
From hearing this on Saturday, it wouldn’t surprise me if MM was to leave at some point. All managers what to do their best and not just stagnate for a few years. Plus we would get money for him. I know none of us want to see him go, because he is a top draw manager, but money talks.

We all have to be realistic and acknowledge that we will have no ambition until the club is bought. MP and NP have made no secret of the fact that they wanted to stabilise the club and make it self sufficient. Job almost done and thanks. They have always maintained that they never wanted to run a football club, but wanted to save us, job done and again thanks.

Unless someone comes in to take the club, unfortunately we are not going anywhere soon.

Why do you think someone buying the club is the answer. Its not about lack of ambition its about reaching your level financially. When someone buys a club they don't put in there own money for players and wages they rack up debt. Not every club can play at the highest level, being a s second tier side is why we got relegated to the NL because it was all done on a show string. We need to become a well established lower league club if we we want the club to have a future, it is our level and there is no shame in it.

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