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Board resignations

Finally, some of the board members have decided to step down after failing to get investment into the club.

Ken Dulieu, Jim Hone and Andy Oldknow, both deparating from the executive roles.

This has been brought on because the board yet again didn't secure investment, from firstly Paul Allen and then SISU who have saved Coventry City from administration.

The saints official site says there was 'friction' in the boardroom, but it has become clear they have been arguing like an old married couple, and they have put fans out of their misery by 3 of the executives stepping down.

Saints will still hold an AGM meeting at 11.30 am this Friday, they will show the progress this club has made since 2006, which includes a play-off finish, player sales up, Operating costs down and much more total rubbish.

Hopefully this wont knock saints off momentum as they have gone 4 games unbeaten now! Good form going into the busy Christmas period!




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Date:Monday December 17 2007

Time: 7:19PM

 

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