Here we go again the same two so called fans spouting there negativity against the lions. One day I may here one or the other showing some solidarity for the club ,but i'm not holding my breathe.Yes it's probable that the new ground is a pipedream and that we are facing a uncertain future.But I like to believe that the directors have all the facts about the way the rugby league council are thinking and are working behind the scenes to give the lions a viable and successful future.What is certain is that they are having to do it without the aid of a very biased council.John Kidd said at the Moorside meeting that they didn't need monies from the council, so they must be persuing other avenues even if thoses avenues come to a dead end.What I won't believe in is that the directors of this club are not doing there best to obtain a new ground and future for the lions.What i am certain of is that neither of you so called fans were at the Willows last night offering your support for the lions both vocally and financialy but it doesn't take any effort on your parts to put the boot in.Go and watch the Lions, show your interest for the club and then maybe Iwill have some respect for your views.
a few questions then...
how long has agecroft been "in the pipeline"?
what has happened since that time? (apart from gypsies moving onto the site and it becoming a derelict wasteland again.....)
how long has it taken for salfords ground to actually START construction?
how long will it take to actually complete construction at irlam?
what stage is planning at for a ground at agecroft?
what funding is IN PLACE ready to start building should it be given the green light at agecroft?
phil and julian have every right to be critical about the process that has gone on with getting a ground of our own up and running, its farcial, nay comical at best.