We were struggling in the Championship under Hecky. In a nutshell..... After Christmas, eventually Hecky left and Morais joined. The Club signed Pinnillos, Moore & McBurnie to help with a final push. McBurnie and Moore were in demand and relatively on the higher end of our budget. We went to a 4-3-3 formation. My point here, is that our board did produce what was required at the time - it was just too late. Morais was questionable, but the signings weren’t. Although McB was signed prior technically, he had to re-sign the loan again. What’s to say they won’t do the same again this time? Maybe they should have learnt from this so it wasn’t repeated......but the club has indicated they will make signings in January to boost the squad. Ultimately we have been a selling club for years under Cryne, and nothing has changed. The board never said it would change though. The club has this policy to survive. We as fans were relatively happy when the new owners came in and said this, as we didn’t want to be bank-rolled and suffer massive damaging debt. We’ve been in administration before and don’t want it again. Nothing is ever guaranteed in life or football. But come the end of the season, if our players have worked their socks off and if the club break-even again financially, then we should be sensible enough to see that they’ve done what was promised. Yeah, we might have fell short on signings. But the work ethic and potential is there. We have to accept that we may be a yo-yo club for a few seasons. Most have been before establishing themselves in some way or another. We may never know about what happened with Stendel. But ultimately, we were losing under him and it seemed after PNE that he was a beaten man. Murray certainly has got us playing better and we look more solid albeit the errors continue. I still back the owners. They might have made a few mistakes, but genuinely have tried to make a difference.