With regards the financial situation at my club I honestly do not know. What I do know is that when we were relegated to the 3rd flight of RL the club was dying slowly and I thought the end was in site. I can honestly say that for the first time in my life watching my beloved Rovers became a chore and the only satisfaction I got out of going to the club was to have a pint with my mates in the clubhouse.
When Mark Campbell got involved he turned the club around by investing in better players but it did not stop there. The club used to be shut up in between games with very little happening in terms of marketing and utilising the facilities in order to improve turnover. It would be easy fo Mark because he has some money to invest in players and sit back and watch a winning team every week but he wants more from the club and he has gone to great lengths to achieve this. The club is unreckognisable to the one before Mark's investment but it is important that people realise that this is off the pitch as well as on it.
I do not know how much we are in debt and knowing Fev Rovers I always dread bad news is round the corner, so I am enjoying our success while it lasts. If we end up going bust, then I would rather go out in a blaze of glory than where the club were when relegated to CC2.
great post mate!