I was hoping from the start of last January transfer window it look like DC was learning. The signing of iorfa for me was the hope of decent players we could get into the last 6 months of their contracts that given time and opportunity we could develop and if need sell on at decent profits in the future, the business in the summer was good other than Bates (why he is still here who knows).
But once again offers were made for Rhodes, Winnall to get them off the wage bill that were turned down because the fees were not of the clubs liking. Instead we will lose another £3m this season in their wages alone.
We have had to sell our ground all be it to a shell company to cover the issues of previous seasons, why we didn't just take the points deduction last season like Birmingham and we could have cleared the desk with some of the losses then sold the ground this season, to a company in existence and made sure everything was done in real time. The EFL would not have been happy but I think they would have accepted it.
We then get the 10 year season ticket announcement - we might only sell a 100 or less but the worry for me is this is the clubs thinking, they are not building a solid financially stable club, but looking for quick fixes which could have very damaging affects on the club for 10-20 years going forward.
So my question is have the club learnt anything from all the mistakes they have made, I am not sure and it scares the life out of me for the club I have supported all my life and will continue to, it may not exist in a few years time, if this short termist management of the club continues.