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Offline Three Spires Villa

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Re: NSWE Investment
« Reply #1590 on: October 17, 2019, 04:57:38 PM »
Is it me or has Purslow been incredibly quiet since the season started?
Hopefully this is part of the overall club ethos. We no longer feature frequently in the press for all the wrong reasons as often happened over the last decade with the various exploits some of our players indulged in.
Between matches the club gets on with its work in a quiet, considered and grown up manner. I hope we continue in this way.

Absolutely, spot on

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Re: NSWE Investment
« Reply #1591 on: October 17, 2019, 05:07:49 PM »
I am pretty sure they will get the off the pitch stuff right too.
Taking Hookeys point, I think we have people who actually know what they are doing.

Agree, by and large, but some signs of old problems persisting - not managing to sort the shirts out for a start (ie people wanting to buy them but unable to, and then when they finally get them, they fall apart on being washed), the mess over membership packs too .
Agree, I would be surprised if these problems persist but they should have been sorted out by now.

This isn't something they can truly sort before next summer though. Whatever they choose to do to remedy it will be meaningless until next July when they either get it right or fuck it up again, fixing the stocking and delivery of shirts or improving the quality of the shirts being produced now is largely irrelevant because good quality shirts being available when people want to but them is the real issue.

Offline The Edge

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Re: NSWE Investment
« Reply #1592 on: October 18, 2019, 10:21:57 AM »
I am pretty sure they will get the off the pitch stuff right too.
Taking Hookeys point, I think we have people who actually know what they are doing.

Agree, by and large, but some signs of old problems persisting - not managing to sort the shirts out for a start (ie people wanting to buy them but unable to, and then when they finally get them, they fall apart on being washed), the mess over membership packs too .
Agree, I would be surprised if these problems persist but they should have been sorted out by now.

This isn't something they can truly sort before next summer though. Whatever they choose to do to remedy it will be meaningless until next July when they either get it right or fuck it up again, fixing the stocking and delivery of shirts or improving the quality of the shirts being produced now is largely irrelevant because good quality shirts being available when people want to but them is the real issue.
I agree with all the points above. As for the kit/ leisurewear /memberships packs problems i'd like to think they are waiting for the new facilities to be built before hopefully getting all such issues ironed out in one fell swoop.New facilities, new ideas, new system, new recruits. It all takes time. These guys are at the top of their game and i believe that given time Aston Villa Football Club will be running like a Rolls Royce both on and off the pitch.