Gold's refusal to comment with the addition of a share price huge rise over the days since the clearance of financial irregularities would suggest this is very real.
Some fans would be in favour of better the devil you know but judging by a few facts its probably a case that TIME FOR CHANGE is ideal. At present it's likely we will continue to be a competitive fizzy pop side and a poor premier side.
Yeung a major shareholder refused a place on the board!
He asked for more company data than required under stock exchange rules and it was at this point certain deadlines were put in place almost like the owners were getting itchy at further questions.
He has remained tight lipped in the whole time and has avoided getting into a public slanging match over private issues.
He never stated he would block a new deal for Bruce and perhaps the club used this to engineer the exit of a manager who pointed out the gulf between ourselves and the vile over transfer budgets.
When all is said and done our board have taken us as far as they are willing to risk it and perhaps with Yeung paying over the original price he has found the backer in asia he talked about.
Its a risky business and we dont want to be Leeds but on the flip side Norwich and Charlton have always been prudent clubs but share the same division so being prudent dont always work either.
TIME FOR CHANGE.....TIME FOR HOPE!