> >> Other Keighley news, Mike O'Neill is trying to buy the club according
> Hang on, I thought he stepped down for reasons like the new lot have more
> dosh to put into the club so it was best to let them have it etc. In fact
> I think something like that has been posted by yourself, Ryan, so whats
That's what we'd like to know. In the first week that the new blokes took over they sacked the
coach, grounsman, complex manager, community co-ordinator and placed Martin Wood on the
transfer list along with other players becoming unsettled. This is not what we expected or wanted
to happen after 5 years of hard work.
> Your Dad won the lottery last week?
I wish ! :)
> Do the new lot not have any cash anyway?
this point is debatable.
> Why does he want to buy it if this new lot are about to put more money
> into it than he can afford?
My dad is taping up a few contacts and old freinds who have a bit of money. He is aiming pay off
the amount that the new owner has pouit in, and then secure further funding to ensure the life of
> All very confusing.
You should have lived in our house for the past week. We've hardl'y slept a wink we're all so
I must stress that we have not yet secured the appropriate finance, and there has been no deal
reached yet. It could be a while, if at all, MickO takes over the club; although the initial signs are