Outstanding Questions From The Forums
Trust Demand Answers
The Sky Blue Trust have tabled some outstanding questionss following the three Coventry City Fans Forums.
These are below:
Oustanding Questions:So after three Fisher forums to consult and explain to the fans…….We still do not know - Where we will play next year - Why a ground share for at least 3 years is the only option - How far away a ground share might be if we are not at the Ricoh - How many fans Tim is expecting to go to a ground share - Where Tim’s “new” stadium might be sited - Who will actually own Tim’s “new” stadium - How much Tim’s “new” stadium might cost - How Tim’s “new” stadium will be financed - How big Tim’s “new” stadium will be - Other than “they wont talk to me” we still don’t know why there are no talks with ACL - What the player budget will be - Which players are leaving - How big the squad will be - What they will invest in the squad - Why he thinks we can compete in League 1 on limited finance - Will there be an academy - Where an academy will be sited - How the academy will be financed - When we are coming out of administration and transfer embargo - Who runs the football club, Tim or the administrator - Who is going to be saddled with all the legal bills etc - Whether all the accounts since 1995 were prepared wrongly or not. - Why Tim and the auditors signed the accounts if they knew they were wrong - Why CCFC Holdings thinks it owns the Football League share - Why CCFC Ltd employees produce recent wages slips but Tim says CCFC Ltd never had any employees - Why Tim thinks the football trade has always been in Holdings and CCFC Ltd is a non trading Property subsidiary - Why CCFC Ltd owes £70m - How big the debts will get - How the debts will be repaid - The proof of any of this - Why moving our club away from our fans makes any sense at all - Why SISU are still here - Why they wont sell - Who Joy Seppala is - And so much more ……………… WHAT WE DO KNOW IS MR FISHER IS NOT LISTENING TO THE FANS
KEEP OUR CLUB IN COVENTRY !
Source: Coventry MAD
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