Very well known Exeweb poster
- Apr 1, 2004
- Here and there
One of the only directors who actually goes to watch the women's team? That seems a bit of a strange suggestion...This is the same CH that wanted the club to cease funding to, and get rid of the women’s team.
He has been a supporter of the Women's team in the time I've known him so him 'wanting them to fold' doesn't ring true.One of the only directors who actually goes to watch the women's team? That seems a bit of a strange suggestion...
I read that the club has also increased their funding of the women's team recently. So if this is true, perhaps he doesn't hold as much power as some seem to think on here? Or, it's just not true.
Whilst it may be an interesting article I feel that it is completely wrong to have posted it on the Jevani Brown thread. The article concerns rape and sexual violence towards women. Jevani was never accused of either, rather of striking someone who had allegedly racially abused him.
I think in the case of the owner, and what's been reported that we should be concerned that the FA has nothing in place to deal with it. I believe clubs all have safeguarding policies in place, so not sure what has happened at that PL Club.I disagree, it's an article about how football clubs manage situations when their players are accused of crimes, particularly crimes against women. I think there's a strong enough correlation to the Jevani situation for this article to be appropriate for this thread. You're free to disagree of course, but I don't think it's anything I should feel shame for.
EDIT: If the mods disagree, they can delete it or move it.