The only way your "method" could work would be for every single fan to desert, the club to fold and a new club to be started as happened with the Knights. We would lose all credibility. Over its existence York City Knights has been a good product: great in the community and well thought of in the RL world. Despite present difficulties, who would want the uncertainty, time, hassle and expense of starting another new club which might or might be accepted?
So what do you suggest then? Keep going and putting money into the club, go home and away every week, buy merchandise, try and encourage our friends and their kids down to games, help get sponsors on board as well as sponsoring the club myself and do professional quality work for free? Tried that, look what thanks I got.
If everyone keeps doing what they are doing we'll get no-where other than a League 1 team on the field and crowds of 700 at best.
I'd rather spend my time and money elsewhere if that's the level of the club's ambition to be honest, I'm bored of having no hope and being fed up as I have been after 75% of matches since the end of 2005.
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