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According to todays Rugby Leaguer BG has applied for the Fax job. He is quoted as saying 'Halifax is a proper Rugby League club with proper Rugby League fans'. This is at complete variance with comments on RC after the match and at previous games.
Many thanks for your post Lizard. That is really nice to see.
What's wrong with Cresta. He says himself that he has unfinished business at the club. He is a lifelong barrow supporter and attends many home games. I think he was treated very shabbily last time he was pushed out of the club.
The last message on the 'bobby goulding' was as follows
I reckon the Mail have been trawling this web site and having seen all the pro messages for Cresta thought it would be a good idea to give him a ring. What he has said is probably 'off the cuff'. I'm pretty certain he doesn't read this Forum. It said in the Mail it's something he hasn't seriously thought of but he did say 'never say never'
There is a full report of the AGM in tonight's Mail. Just to enlarge on the figures a little. They are printed correctly and as David Sharp said but to give some idea of the progress that has been made. The o/s debts at 2013 are £290,250. 2012 £377,521 2011 513,986. 2011 was the year that the Board changed and the debts were at their highest.
The regime of the Club changed in 2006 and the debts from then until 2010 were £441044, £537996, £503523, £508012 & 439,179. The figure at the end of the disastrous playing season in 2005 was £168,322. Hopefully from these figures can be seen that the Board are well on there way to getting back to the 2005 level.
I must mention that very few professional football or rugby clubs are free of debt and cash flow problems. These problems are therefore likely to continue. Prior to 2005 the club were obliged to sell 3 houses and obtain loans from some directors to obtain funding. For this reason all club expenditure (including players) must be very carefully budgeted and checked against income.
Well remembered Graham. 2004 gave us a lot to cheer about but 2005 was awful. Little did we know that DJ was to become involved in 2006. We still had a fabulous season on the field in 2009 but at what future cost. Easy to be wise in retrospect.