Phillh, another thread hijacked with your pathetic whining, superior diatribe. Whenever I feel you may have a point you immediately surprise me with a literary suicide bombing. If you had been a disciple guess who you would have been??
Spend the silver wisely.
The sale of Station Road and quite a few other big errors that have taken the club to its current day position amply demonstrate those in charge don't always get it right. It was only a last minute protest that prevented John making the mistake of taking the club to Darwen - presumably you're glad that 'whinge' happened, no?
The heart of the club ought to rest not in the boardroom, but with the supporters. If the majority of supporters don't want to resist a steady evolution to become Warrington's feeder club, what's the point?
Its a prospect that I personally find deeply depressing, but thankful that the speculated appointment of Gary Chambers has at last provoked a reaction.
While the speculation has done this, we should not pretend that appointment of a different person would mean the underlying problem is solved. What matters is that whomever has the Swinton Lions coaching position has total authority over team selection and his only priority should be to take Swinton Lions forwards on the field.
No coach of Swinton Lions should have to balance that responsibility with developing young Warrington players, be that Steve McCormack, Gary Chambers, Ian Watson or Uncle Tom Cobbley.