Friday 2nd May 2014 at 6:00 pm #2241
Caretaker manager is now no more
At least we’ve still got a caring chairman….Oh!!!
Friday 2nd May 2014 at 6:41 pm #2242
- Posts 164
Beadle stated he was only ‘upgraded’ until end if April. Technically still at club.
Nothing can be sorted until we sort new owners. That could be weeks away.
Anyone mad enough to buy the club withy he debt it has and for more than the £1 be banded about, must have other things in mind and not the good of the club at heart. Keyte is clearly determined to get something back.
The trust bid is ultimate last option. I would be gobsmacked if Keyte allows the trust to see the books.
The only positive is that if the new investors propose coming in and writing off the directors loans and removing the board, them all directors have to agree to it. Thankfully, in Preedy, the club has someone that actually cares for the club first and won’t let it go to London ‘wideboys’. That doesn’t stop Keyte selling just his share however.
I can see it dragging on and on, resulting in nothing. Then one of two things. Either enter administration and start next season minus 10 points and financially (extrely)limited. Or being liquidated and giving no time to any Phoenix club to be set up for the start of next season.
It’s going to be a miserable summer.
Friday 2nd May 2014 at 7:02 pm #2244
- Posts 663
It’s obvious fans won’t put any money in until Keyte and his cronies leave so it will drag on unless we have a swift resolution. Surely he’s man enough to admit he’s made a mistake and it’s time to let the club go? The Trust are rapidly gaining momentum and are surely the right people to take the club forwards. If, as we hope, someone with serious money comes in then the Trust will still need involvement to ensure the same mistakes aren’t made.
This Beadle statement is ambiguously worded but he must be manager next season because of the clear effect he’s had on the players. He’s a great motivator and man manager with the right balance of empathy and professionalism.
Friday 2nd May 2014 at 10:57 pm #2245
- Posts 122
The BN report which came from BBC H&W was at the time all we knew.
However since then Trevor Owens has been in touch with BN to claify the story.
‘Not quite sure where the ‘Pete Beadle stands down’ line came from but, just to clarify, he underlined he would revert to his director of youth role as he is contracted in that job until the end of June.
He said this was always the case as he was initially only appointed as first team boss for the remainder of the season.
But, he then went on to say he would like to stay, but appreciates (as we all do) that there is a lot of work to be done behind the scenes before any such decisions can be made regarding the future structure of the management team etc.’
Saturday 3rd May 2014 at 9:20 pm #2251
- This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by organic.
Peter Beadle (@Peterbeads) tweeted at 6:20 PM on Fri, May 02, 2014:
Just before things get out of hand! I haven’t stepped down as Caretaker Manager.
My contract was upgraded until the end of April!
Saturday 3rd May 2014 at 10:00 pm #2252
Peter Beadle (@Peterbeads) tweeted at 10:57 PM on Fri, May 02,2014:
Do not rush, for the secret to life is PATIENCE.
Everything that is meant to be will come at the designated time.
Me thinks he knows more than he’s saying 😉
Sunday 4th May 2014 at 3:06 pm #2254
- This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by enforcerbull.
- Posts 247
Methinks, with his philosophy towards life, he’s wasted as a football manager. All hail the Maharishi!
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.