Written by: Mitchell Bray
Assuming we are still a Championship club next season, we will receive along with other clubs a decent £11m + sum.
Attention will then turn to whether season ticket holders are renewing or not. I’d assume, for some, this will depend on what supporters hear from the club with regard to their ambition for 2019/20 campaign.
A report by The Telegraph suggest Adams is worth £15m. The burning question is whether that amount would be used to fund the purchase of new players or used by the club against the debt?
Which is where a very important question has to be asked of BCFC and not the manager. Simply put we need clarity on Che Adams and any potential sale. And not just on that sale, we need to know will money be available for new players regardless?
Blues supporters are hardened to most things at the club and to a large extent expect the worse nearly all the time, but this time around let the hierarchy come out and outline the spending plans in the hope of quashing the negative rumours beginning to circulate about the lack of finances.
This season has been hard to take with the FFP and the EFL protracted dealings. Our manager and team have worked wonders with ‘arms tied etc’, and our course we as supporters have helped.
Bearing all this in mind it is now up to the Club to show us hope for next season and ‘tempt us’ into renewing season tickets. What we do not welcome is silence. We have endured this for too long. Give us the picture, no matter how it is, we can accept most things but don’t keep us in the dark.