> So tell me Phil are all members of wisa in favour of moving from CP? Have
> those who were in SAC who are now in wisa dropped their opposition to a move?
Moving for the good of the club is what the majority think should be done.
After all the questions to, and replies from Mike Nolan and John Martin it
seems there is not a chance of getting out of the Tesco deal. Therefore you
have to accept that the board had done it's best and that they have faced
the supporters and had the guts to tell us the truth. I and all others I
have spoken to in WISA accept that and just want to get on with supporting
and enjoying Rugby. The new directors have been left with a huge mess to
sort out and they have done very well to create so much good out of something
that could have caused the club to fold.
> If any of them are still opposed to a move then it is true to say there is
> *some* opposition to this plan in wisa.
Maybe there are. But Mike does not know that. He never has and does not want
to attend a meeting of SAC or WISA, despite numerous invitations. So he is
not being truthful and is misrepresenting WISA and SAC. And the move to the
JJB stadium is not a WISA issue, unless someone wants to make it an issue.
Which up to now no-one has. So until someone says so we must say WISA is
not againt the move to the JJB stadium
> >The organisors of WISA and the elected official of WISA have nothing to do
> >with SAC, but may have supported the SAC actions in the past.
> And therefore presumably opposed the move.
See above. Some did oppose the move. But don't now want to flog a dead horse
as it were. They DID oppose the move, But NOW DON'T..
> So no one in, or organisers of, wisa have any opposition?
No see above. But Mike wouldn't know either way. He doesn't even take part in
RSRL. There are many many people who didn't join WISA from the SAC and I know
that some of them even think keeping CP is beyond all hope. And some SAC
people think somthing else can be done to save CP.
> I have not, although I do find it strange that opposition to the move seems to
> have died away now the new board is in place and wisa has formed. Why is SAC
> on hold if the move is to go ahead? Surely they should be pressuring the new
> board as they were the old. Perhaps everyone reckons its a done deal.
The SAC still exists and may not need to be active now. But they remain ready
if needed for any reason. Those in WISA are not a protest group. If
a WISA member
wishes to join in with the SAC again if it becomes active, then
that's ok. And when
that is made know then Mike can report that Fact. But WISA was not
setup to do as
Mike suggested. And that is the whole point here. You are getting
supposition, as you have not attended a SAC or WISA meeting and are
not in WISA.
WISA has nothing to do with SAC as implied my Mike. That is my point and where
Mike is diliberatly telling untruths.
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