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The rise of Mike Rush through the club structure should serve him well. Any skeletons in closets must be known.

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Is he qualified to do this? Honest question.

Head of Youth Development, Head Coach and CEO do sound like very different roles.

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Is he qualified to do this? Honest question.

Head of Youth Development, Head Coach and CEO do sound like very different roles.

You could ask that same question of the CEO of more than a handful of SL clubs.

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You could ask that same question of the CEO of more than a handful of SL clubs.

could you?

Aren't most ceo's succesful business people?

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could you?

Aren't most ceo's succesful business people?

 

Only until they join a RL club , then their limitations start to show

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could you?

Aren't most ceo's succesful business people?

Yes I could.

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Yes I could.

thanks for engaging in this detailed conversation.

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A good business starts at the top, is he qualified? cannot say. He knows the company and its business through and through. If he has the right management team around him, then he has every reason to be successful.

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could you?

Aren't most ceo's succesful business people?

Gary Hetherington isn tdoing such a bad job

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Gary Hetherington isn tdoing such a bad job

 

Yes but Hetherington is obviously a very enterprising guy who definitely has a business head. Not sure that applies to Rush.

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This is, if I may say, a conversation in something of a vacuum. Given mcManus' business acumen and hands on style, the role may be a limited one that Rush is perfectly suited to. Since McManus took over, Saints have struck me as a well run club generally (though others may disagree on the basis of the last couple of years).

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This is, if I may say, a conversation in something of a vacuum. Given mcManus' business acumen and hands on style, the role may be a limited one that Rush is perfectly suited to. Since McManus took over, Saints have struck me as a well run club generally (though others may disagree on the basis of the last couple of years).

The problem is that CEO should be the most important appointment at a club.

 

I have no idea whether Rush has any business credentials, but the CEO role should not be a limited role. Call it something else if that is the case.

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