^^ This is my worry
Even the most passionate gambler will get to the point where he cuts his losses. At the beginning all of the evidence was there that this was a huge vanity project - and he clearly revelled in the adoration of our supporter base - and who can blame him? He was literally burning money for all of us - something we had all longed for. some of us were raising notes of caution - but the trips to Wembley and Play Off semis, the exciting football, and the dream signings (culminating in Jordan Rhodes) tempered those notes of caution. we literally had to wait and see. It very nearly came off.
But some of us were making noises about FFP (and the hiogh ticket prices and the lack of a cohesive plan to bring in additional money) long before the crap hit the fan - and facing the abuse of our fellow supporters for it.
Some still refuse to hear any criticism of him - but as those numbers dwindle, the vanity project becomes more of a nightmare for him.
At some point - if the situation isnt reversed you have to assume that eventually he will tire of the project - and the funding will stop. At that point - he has two options. He finds a buyer that will give him a small return on his losses. But if those losses are mounting monthly - at the rate of £3m a month in the last accounts - then you have to hope he doesnt pull the plug completely. And we go the way of Bury.
And thats been my worry all along. The Covid thing has been a huge test of his will - and so far hes passed with flying colours. Lets hope that continues.