Norpig wrote:Ok so i misread the part about the anniversary, fair enough.
As for the demonstration. yes everyone with an interest in BWFC would know what was happening, the point of it was to bring it to a wider audience. The people who turned up for it were and still are passionate about the club so why wouldn't they want to protest?
As for your irrrational hatred of Iles, i read rhe BN online every day and he has done plenty of articles about FV and as far as i can remember has never been critical of them.
As for that crook Anderson (and yes he is a crook i don't care what you say), the less his name is mentioned on here and in general the better. Why you still defend him is laughable and ridiculous.
I thought you were the one with a social conscience, one of those who believed that a person was innocent until proven guilty?
I'd be obliged if you can give just one example where Anderson has broken any law or regulation whilst he was at the club.
What you can't but you are publicly calling him a crook (based solely on the hearsay of others)?
Yet I'm the one who is being ridiculous?
Going back to the march - leading up to it the BBC held that public meeting involving the likes of Iles, McGinlay, Dearden and Tetlow all being on the panel talking about the crisis at the club and Anderson ownership. We also had Vince having his public condemnation of Anderson over the Doidge (non) transfer. Iles and the ST had got together and had the two Baronesses publicly criticising how Anderson was running the club. There were articles already in the national press about what was happening at the club under Anderson (David Conn in the Guardian for example). Twitter 'influencers' such as the self important Kieran Maguire had written articles he linked to implying Anderson was dishonest - so who was this wider audience that was somehow missing out that the march was attempting to get the message too?
There wasn't one - everybody with any passing interest in Bolton at all already knew what was happening and as I've said nothing new was achieved from it - so much so that the planned follow up protest at the next home game was quickly shelved because of the complete lack of apathy resulting from the original one not achieving anything such as getting Anderson leaving the club/or putting his hand in his pocket and paying the bills as many seemed to thing would happen (showing once again how many people simply did not understand how companies and the people who own companies are separate legal entities to each other).
The march achieved nothing in reality than people having a good strop on the night.
As for Iles criticising FV?
Again what are you on about?
I've not suggested he should have - I don't know why you've got the impression I've suggested otherwise???