I don't agree it's spreading awareness of our situation, and pushing SISU underI know it makes us all feel better, but we all realise that this is water off a duck's back to SISU right?
You don't agree that SISU will do whatever they want anyway? If so, why?I don't agree it's spreading awareness of our situation, and pushing SISU under
The spotlight, which I'm sure at the very least makes them uncomfortable.
The petition also gives the fans the impression that somethings happening, it's
Just a small part of a large wave of pressure slowly building against SISU.
Everyone should sign and try to get all their friends and colleagues too sign too.
After all it only takes a minute.
It's been on Talksport and football focus as well as other media outlets, whether it hasYou don't agree that SISU will do whatever they want anyway? If so, why?
I didn't write that it was pointless - it makes us all feel like we have some kind of power and I've signed. But I know it won't force SISU out.
Having said that, I wonder if they are on their way out anyway - selling the training ground could be the last cash they reckon they can squeeze and then they'll be off.
Most likely they will take those who signed it to court to get a ruling on whether our e signatures are legitimate. If they fail they will appeal. And appeal. And appealWill SISU comment on the petition or simply ignore the 16,000 who want them gone?
What's a thirdrd and a halfth?Not yet 16k scrolling through the comments 1/3rd-1/2th look like they are fans of other clubs. I'm pretty disappointed if I'm being honest. 31k cov fans vs Preston, 27k vs Gillingham. Sums up the current apathy.
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That would hold weight if it was just ccfc supporters that have signed it, but it looks like a significant portion of signatories are fans of other clubs.its still nearly double the number of Sky Blues supporters who attended the last home game