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Re: End of season awards ceremony? : Sat Sep 03, 2022 11:22 am  
The Q&A part of the event might be interesting.
Re: End of season awards ceremony? : Sat Sep 03, 2022 11:43 am  
Victor wrote:
The Q&A part of the event might be interesting.

I suspect it will be the players - Captain and Eccles who will do the A ing. Now if it was the previous coach and the management team it would be really interesting to know what they were thinking when they did what they did. In any event it’s been such a long season I doubt anyone has the energy to put the boot in at this stage. Let’s just hope through all the mistakes both obvious and unfortunate that they have learnt how not to do it and that next year is a decent season.
Re: End of season awards ceremony? : Sat Sep 03, 2022 11:58 am  
orangeman wrote:
I am in absolute awe of how far the club have fallen......absolutely in awe.
Is it safe to assume that there will not be an awards dinner this year? It clearly states in the sponsors brochure that a table at the awards dinner is available for the main sponsor to BUY....how will our Global Travel Partners cope without this glittering black tie event in their social calendar?
A buffet.....a Q&A session and a chance to buy players shirts that went unsponsored all year......I paid £10 for Jamie O'Callaghans Quins Away shirt one year.....but that was just at a gathering after the last home game if the season.....no £20 or naff buffet back then, but an awards dinner at the Lensbury Club on the Thames.....think it was 2007. How far has Hughes dragged the club down that it is now essentially a husk of what it was just 15 years ago?
It's criminal.

I have been to some great end of season do's. a couple at the Stoop first time round, Charlton, a big flash hotel in London and my favourite the BA Concorde Culb where the players (apart from Rusty) could not drink because they had playoff game at St Helens that week.
Re: End of season awards ceremony? : Sun Sep 04, 2022 7:35 pm  
BigTime wrote:
In any event it’s been such a long season I doubt anyone has the energy to put the boot in at this stage

You rang. 8)
1. How do the club believe they have performed against the KPI's set from the time the move to Wimbledon was announced? These would be specifically:
A Superleague aspirant side....challenging for honours and promotion with a solid coaching set up.
5,000 target attendance.....we were at 970 for our last full championship season at Ealing....where are we at the end of Wimbledon year 1?
Corporate hospitality income. We immediately discounted this offering after just 1 game. Has this resulted in a greater game day income? Did the departure of the commercial manager mid season impact the long term strategy?
2. How have our various landlords assisted us in 2022 and have Wimbledon agreed to give us full access to the stadium in summer 2023 or will we again be expected to vacate for nearly 12 weeks?
3. Will we continue to be part time, or has the 2022 season highlighted the reality that part time has not and will never deliver promotion?

There are literally 20 or more questions, regarding accountability for failings, but straight answers to these 3 above would be refreshing......
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