The scenes. Isn't it strange that Chien Lee hasn't been seen at Oakwell since I think it was Portsmouth at home last December? Also what is Conway's ongoing daily involvement? I get him filling in last season following GG's departure and keeping things ticking over but we now have a new CEO in place who should be overseeing the day to day running of the club but yet Conway appears to be an ever present. I heard a couple of months ago that Conway and Lee have fallen out, could that explain Lee's absence? I don't expect Lee to be here frequently but thought he might show his face towards the end of last season's fantastic promotion effort or certainly attend a match at the start of this season. 'The plan' has also changed from the Cryne days, back then a few loan players supplemented mainly players from ages 22-25 who had played a decent number of games at both L1 or L2 level and had both youth and to an extent experience on their side. The club would now appear to have lowered the age range for new signings as most of the players are 19-22 (Radlinger aside), with less game time and overall experience. How they could not see this season was an accident waiting to happen with this plan is beyond me. To an extent it comes down to pure greed, thinking they could get away with doing things on the cheap. Conway stated that every penny raised from player sales would be reinvested back into the team and we now know that not to be the case unless they spend big in January. There was also talk about developing the commercial side but again has anything significantly changed since they took over? A few others on here have posted about this over the last couple of days, but have they also completely underestimated what it is going to take to just even survive in the championship and are now looking for a quick exit strategy? I wouldn't say it's out of the question.