ContinueWe use cookies to ensure that you get the best experience on our website; if you continue without changing your settings - or dismiss this message - we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on Forums.Football Web

Smiley face

Return to front page

Newest article: ST refund offer by Lord of the ManorToday 16:49Today at 16:49:53view thread

Oldest article: Fixtures and Results by Moderator15/6/2019 10:40Sat Jun 15 10:40:55 2019view thread


Next thread: Hinckley new groundshare by almost average 231/3 13:45Tue Mar 31 13:45:00 2020view thread

Re: Consequences already

By VS Town (VS Boro)30/3 08:46Mon Mar 30 08:46:38 2020In response to Re: Consequences already

Views: 309

it's all relative.

Living beyond your means* is the same whether Leeds, Portsmouth, salford, York, Chesterfield, Nuneaton, Redditch, Bedworth or whoever.

I am more sympathetic to the plight faced by the likes of StadiaSafe, Thorn and Smurfwait than anyone else.
WRT Boro 2019/2020. I just would have expected a bit more caution given the events of 2018/19.

* There MAY be an exception to this.
When the Premier league started Ellis was chairman of Villa.
The likes of Man United, Arsenal & Chelsea started spending money; Villa didn't; Ellis kept them financially prudent.
Did Villa miss the bus? They surely should be seen in the same group as what we know now as "the big un's"?
Having said that Leeds also "splashed the cash"...... look what happened to them.

All comes back to "there is no problem with debt, as long as its serviceable"

reply to this article | return to the front page

Next article in this thread: Re: Consequences already by stone ragma30/3 09:06Mon Mar 30 09:06:32 2020

Previous thread: O/T- Jack Grealish by MJNB30/3 10:43Mon Mar 30 10:43:23 2020view thread

The forum or any messages are not and should not be interpreted as an official announcement from Nuneaton Borough FC or anyone associated with Nuneaton Borough FC. Nuneaton Borough FC will not accept responsibility for any messages posted in the forum. Please refrain from bad language.