As we've said before it would be best for all parts if Sullivan kept his mouth shut for a while. Till the season is over os so. Can't understand why he has to babble in public.
The latest is that the new owner have told the whole world that we are facing Armagedeon if (we drop to CC) and if the players don't take a big cut in wages.
For God's sake: This the day before we are to meet his old club in a (another) really, really important battle. So this verbal attack to his own players is his answer to that??
Demoralising and stupid I would say.... Whining around in public is not the way to act as the Boss taking care of his employees in any case. And certainly not in a football club, with all their fans. As fans we always want to know, we want to have the facts in a more transparent way, but not this! It seems that any paper just have to call Mr Sullivan and out comes the blunders....
I do not even think he can negotiate on-going-contracts. But in any case how wouldn't you react as a senior player? And Zola? After month's of difficulties outside the pitch, I thought that the time now was for the players and manager where they could concentrate on things on the pitch. But no, thanks to Sullivan.
If talk at all: Why doesn't he talk about the possibilities, the great future, the good atmosphere, the young players coming through, how overwhelmed he has been being here, the shirt who we all fight for? Togetherness?
I think Mr Sullivan ought to invest more instead: In a new PR manager.
And a zip for his mouth....
Are the Davids losing the plot already?
Edit: Maybe Mr Sullivan now has understood that he has said to much as he in SSN today (Wed.) actually proclaimed:
"The books are horrendous. There's 100-odd million of debt. This might be the last interview I do this season. We've made the public aware of the situation. We're not going to go over and over it again. It's an enormous challenge. We think we're up for it. It's something that we have to put all our energy into."
Happy if so. And if we can get some points now!