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Re: Barrow

By ,shifter (Shifter)17/5 15:24Thu May 17 15:24:29 2018In response to Re: Barrow

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The problems with people throwing money in,ie a consortium,there surly has to be one “ captain “
Too many cooks spoiling the broth ?
I can see arguments galore,it’s the nature of the beast that folk want to argue.
I cannot see how having umpteen owners will make the Boro successful,I hope I am wrong,Boro need a working board put in place by any perspective owners, and such owners taking a back seat and let a board of just men singing from the same hymn sheet.

Although Boro are only at level six ,it still is a massive ask to run a club like Boro.
I have said before ,imo Dave Sharpe is an ideal bloke to head a board of directors,Boro through and knows the working of Boro and expertise needed. and also I would like a view from the terrace on any such board .
Get the right people in at the helm away from any consortium/ fan base ,and let new owners see how their investment is being handled.

Just my take on how I see things working for a successful Boro,just my opinion have no problem other posters having a say ,but hope my post is not pulled to bits .

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