Yes, I understood that, but to be absolutely precise, they had - as I recall - no less than THIRTEEN committee members in June 2010 and several of those were decent blokes who genuinely wanted to make the Trust work democratically. It was the preposterous decision to pursue a court action that saw them drop off like flies. They'd trusted the advice of apparently respectable Chairmen.Quick Draw wrote:Edwards wrote: the continuous line of arseholes who have become board members over the years.
I think that's a bit harsh.The Trust was on a high immediately after the Stars of '79 celebration and several good guys joined the committee but one by one they fell away as firstly Mr. Duncan and then Mr Robinson tried to emulate Hitler, and it's very unkind to self respecting arseholes to be equated to the current Chairman!
To be fair Edwards, I was referring to the last ten years.