yep, youve obviously got a real grasp of how these things happen.
Done with it now, Ive stated my case more than once and theres nothing more to say.
Good luck Bradford
Well you sure haven't . Club policy on financial matters us decided and overseen by the board of directors. What sponsorship to accept or turn down would have been up to them not you
Unless you are playing dumb, you don't have even a tenuous grasp of the point I'm making, despite having it spelled out for you repeatedly.
I'll try again. It's to do with picking and chasing what is 'moral' and 'ethical' according to what suits. Personally I don't give a flying fart about probiz. Neither they nor provident are doing anything illegal-although I'm not keen on what either of them do. The point is that there are people like you, and supporters of clubs sponsored by the likes of probiz who play the morality card when it suits, but don't speak up when it doesn't. If you really were in a morality trip then you would at least have made an attempt to address the issue of sponsorship by probiz.
If you were really a club commercial manager you wouldn't have had the power or responsibility to decide who or who does not support your club financially.