If mark C's contacts include peter storrie (as stated somewhere in this thread) then bills should not step aside if he is serious. we dont want storrie anywhere near the club
That anyone thinks we, above all the other clubs in this country, are going to find a valiant and honourable knight in shining armour amongst the vultures that continue to circle English football amazes me.
Investment - along the lines that we appear to be looking for - has never been and never will be the answer.
Are we really prepared to sell our club's soul for a few million?
Once it's gone, and like so many clubs in this country that have 'benefited' from external investment, we'll be nothing more than a play thing.
And then what happens when the money runs out - which it will - and the 'investors' want their money out?
There are several Premier League clubs whose accounts state they would not be solvent without the support of their owners. And don't forget that the total debt of the Premier League's clubs in 2008-09, monies owed to both the banks and the club's owners, was £2.9bn.