Before getting stuck into the Board, I would just make the point that the club paid a group of players in excess of £48million last season , and they took us down. That's £8m more than Gianfranco Zola's squad earned.
Myths and legends - it's what makes most organisations 'human'. It's about putting a public face on an institution; someone to give it the human touch, make it seem much more real than just a building, company or club. It helps create or cement an identitiy for such entities.
I popped along to this last night. I didn't ask any questions as I was trying to focus on David Gold's answers, but it's inevitable that in such a forum (I reckon about 120 were in attendance) there would be some repetition.
Relegation, well we’ve seen it before. If you listened to ill-informed members of some sections of the media it is long overdue to us this time because of technical offences the then officers of the club committed when 'signing' Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano.
Once again we arrive at matchday, the day of the week which matters more than any other to a football fan.
Karren Brady is clearly a successful and competent business executive. As Chief Executive of Birmingham City she oversaw an intitial investment by shareholders of £700k mature into a £72m dividend in the space of 17 years.
Just got home from a reasonbly entertaining evening at Vicarage Road.