Which people are struggling to correlate. In the last 15 months: - We sacked a CEO and didn't replace him leaving Hecky to pick up the pieces - additional work load - Have been clear that our model is to coach & develop players yet introduced no additional coaches into the first team set up from what we had in L1 (unless I missed something) but brought in more players that require development than ever before - more work load - Sold or saw any player with any Championship quality leave for free: - Hourihane - Mawson - Scowen - Roberts - Winnall - Bree - Watkins - Have not got close to replacing them with quality of anywhere near despite us pocketing 10m plus - Reading between the lines have ignored his wishes in terms of signings (people need to start listening to what I've been saying for 12 months, I don't know much about who we've brought in etc) - Didn't particularly invest in January when it was plain we needed to (and despite the previous sales & capital investment from the takeover) In summary, we've made his job impossible. Doesn't matter if you were a Barnsley fan or not, as an ambitious professional if you were working somewhere you loved & had a connection to & your gaffers did that to you then you'd probably be looking to get out with your reputation in tact. I think he's been trying to do it for a while (Sunderland/Forest) and it didn't come off and this is now his big opportunity. He can't lose at Leeds. He does well then he gets one of the biggest clubs in the country firing. He doesn't then he gets sacked which at Leeds isn't a big deal and he gets another job. He's looking after himself after looking after the club for the last 14 months. Fair play to a decent man who I wish every success. He deserves that for what he's done for us in his time.