@Ten Bobsworth wrote:There was a time when I thought Norpig might be ideally qualified to join the ST board but I was mistaken.@Norpig wrote:I'm sure i should find it interesting but to be honest i haven't a clue on finances so it will make no sense to me. Try and keep it simple Sluffy when you do report on it
Norpig might be a bit of a lefty but he's not that dumb. He knows he hasn't a clue on finances and that puts him head and shoulders above Terrie and the Dreamers.
RCS on Robins Nest thinks the Cobblers ST is no different. I couldn't possibly comment.
I don't know if you were aware Bob but Northampton Town started the first ever Supporters Trust!
I think the fact that they are no further forward than they were when they started back almost thirty years ago is testament that they aren't really fit for purpose other than to be a starting point for a new phoenix club after the original one has gone bust!
Two articles about this that may interest you - the second by your favourite national journalist no less!
What does the Northampton Town case teach us about fans' role in football clubs?
Football mourns Brian Lomax, the founding father of supporter activism