Thursday's Chronic
Posted by: Mike the Taxi (IP Logged)
Date: 06 December, 2018 11:20

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Re: Thursday's Chronic
Posted by: Mike the Taxi (IP Logged)
Date: 06 December, 2018 13:54

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Re: Thursday's Chronic
Posted by: johnnyf (IP Logged)
Date: 07 December, 2018 08:19

Lots of navel gazing there and a very good article by Henry Bate, long time supporter.
The only problem is that there are no suggestions from anyone as to how the current debacle is to be sorted out. Where are the positive strategies?

Bath Rugby is engaged as a business in the entertainment sector and has a duty to provide that to people who pay to attend. Those people will eventually vote with their feet and Mr Craig's investment will be at risk.

Re: Thursday's Chronic
Posted by: TG Kesmo (IP Logged)
Date: 07 December, 2018 08:29

Quote:
johnnyf
Lots of navel gazing there and a very good article by Henry Bate, long time supporter.
The only problem is that there are no suggestions from anyone as to how the current debacle is to be sorted out. Where are the positive strategies?

Bath Rugby is engaged as a business in the entertainment sector and has a duty to provide that to people who pay to attend. Those people will eventually vote with their feet and Mr Craig's investment will be at risk.

Yes everyone hates the poor standard of rugby being dished up and will say enough is enough eventually. Does anyone seriously think the club do not know that? The article although heartfelt and well written was another statement of the blindingly obvious, as such it is about as useful as telling a depressed person to snap out of it.

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