While that owner is in charge *uck them. He's brought it all on himself. He was so outspoken on twitter he burned his bridges at all levels. I know people who have worked for him (very good people - ex pros) and they all say he's a you know what of the highest order.
Not to mention I offered to work for them free for a year to help them out in recruitment and commercial and didn't even get the courtesy of a reply. Not from him, not from the HR Director of his group who also looks after his golf courses. As someone who put together a strategy to cut costs for one of the biggest clubs in Poland in my spare time and for free, they're both stupid and rude not to respond in any form.
I feel sorry for the fans of course but sometimes clubs reap what they sow and Notts have been ran by basket cases for as long as I can remember even going back to the Derek Pavis days.
Let them start again, why should our club be run well while others cheat and try to get away with it. I hope they're the first of a couple of clubs who now understand they have to cut their cloth accordingly.
That's how I meant with my comments Broomo, sad for the fans but the people who run the club complete and utter prats, should be ashamed but they think they know best. Hail Ben Robinson and all at our club, keeping it as it is for after all the fans that go who without them there wouldn't be a club.
Like many in the Nottm=Derby area i have a soft spot for the Magpies,and Hardy started off so well,and it looked so promising but now the wheels have come off. Notts County have always had more than enough resources to maintain league football,So i feel the shock of non League will take some getting used to. I suppose we all welcome another stay of execution. While following events we must remember Ilkeston town another club under the Hardy cloud. While he maintained the issue with the TAx man would be dealt with Quickly at Notts County,and then got a winding up order, We can understand why comments that Ilkeston will be unaffected still leaves a nervous tension surrounding the club. Nottingham is a city big enough to accommodate two clubs. And with Forest having spent 20 years in the lower leagues, A big opportunity has been missed on the opposite side of the Trent River