Lack Of Club Support?

Thursday, 21 February 2002, 0:01
1 min read

We all understand there are things going on behind closed doors but what. We all knew about the financial problems that were left to the new management by that thing we had as a chairman and any good business man would be reluctant to reveal the amount owed but there are some we all know about 1st the Police none payment?

Well the police are still at the ground so we can all imagine they been paid, then there the transfer embargo which is still in force so at lease 1 bill has not been paid then we go on to the club staff who are to be out of contract soon I know it been said about Addison not being here next season and it should be left for a new manager to decide O.K fair comment but do we need a new manager I only hope they give Addison a chance he’s work against almost impossible odds since he came and every one I spoke to feel he should be given a fair chance to do the Job without the problems what do others feel about this?

I’m a season ticket holder and attend ever home game and would love every one to attend so why ant they the club needs to know why they not attending so they can address the problem if there is indeed a problem?

What do you think? Is the lack of support for the club down to the fact that some fans think nothing is going on? Or is it just that the club is going to be badly supported and only success on the field will change that position?

Images courtesy of Getty Images, Athena Picture Agency and Swansea City Football Club.

League Table

Next Up

Forum Latest

Threads: 16,727

Messages: 246,476

Members: 4,656

Latest member: TheWatcher

Latest from Blog

Swans TV: Swansea City v Swindon Town | Highlights | Men’s

. . .Watch the best of the action with our short highlights package as Swansea City face Swindon Town at Fairwood. For more information, as well as all the latest Swansea City AFC news, log onto the club's official website at Subscribe on YouTube: Like us on Facebook:…

Swans TV: Luke Williams on Swindon Town | Reaction | Men’s

. . .Luke Williams talks to SwansTV following his side's behind closed doors pre-season game against Swindon Town at the Fairwood Training Ground. For more information, as well as all the latest Swansea City AFC news, log onto the club's official website at Subscribe on YouTube: Like us…

Franco signs on and new boy can’t wait to get started

The Swans confirmed the capture yesterday of Gonçalo Franco for an undisclosed fee yesterday in what was clear a good match for both parties as Swans boss talked up his new signing whilst the midfielder talked about his happiness in joining the Swans. Franco posed for the media pictures with…

Ashley Williams: Location makes it tough for the Swans

Former Swansea City and Wales captain Ashley Williams says that he knows Luke Williams wants to bring more bodies in the door but believes that it is tough for the Swans because of the geographic location of the club. Williams, who represented the Swans more than 300 times in the…