Date: 16th July 2009 at 12:24pm
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‘Reports’ that Paul Hart will remain in charge next season had steadily grown over the weeks, reaching fever pitch a few days ago – the common thought now is that he will be in charge next season, not that anyone is confirming or denying this…

The old ‘we cannot be drawn on matters’ is what The News is today saying Dr SAF’s spokesman, Ivo Ilic Gabara, has told them: ‘I cannot comment on such matters at this moment in time.

‘Sulaiman does not yet own the football club so it would be completely inappropriate to talk about staffing issues such as the manager or players.

‘Once everything has been completed, we will be in a position to address those questions. But at the moment, I cannot possibly comment.’

Yet again I can only say that I do still believe this deal is going through – and yet again I can also only say that more people are telling me I am stupid to continue to believe this will be the case! – but lets say it does not happen, it will but for arguments sake it does not, we know without a doubt that Hart will stay in charge, right?

‘If’ a decision has already been made by Dr SAF that he will stay in charge even when his takeover is successful then why not say?

There is a 50% chance he will get the job, if it is already decided that even with a taker it is a 100% chance then why not admit it now?

‘If’ it is not going to be him, again, why not 100% confirm that he will not be the manager but will remain in charge of the youth side, as he should.

As much as most of us will not want him to be the manager, come on lets be honest, why not just tell us this is going to be the case if it is when this takeover goes through, if it is not going to be him when it does, again why not just tell us?

Is it really that hard?

Whatever we are doing, all I – and others – ask is that we have some questions answered, more and more are being left with question marks besides them but there are no official answers being given…

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