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is it time for mr ashley to speak.

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Re: is it time for mr ashley to speak.

Post  wolfie on Wed Jul 20, 2011 3:55 am

It's rare for most chairman to speak out really but if he feels the need to say something I'm sure he would have it relayed to the fans, basically to no avail to some mind you because they only see him as a liar.
The truth is, no matter what he comes out and says, a certain portion of fans will always say he's spouting crap and he can't be trusted.
At least if he says nothing and just runs the club how he's doing, then fans can't really get on his case.
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