‘This is our club’ doesn’t pay bills

Extension Gunners’ saviour, Thabo Sechele was forced to scurry for cover as the ‘hard men’ of the club told him in no uncertain terms to bolt-off.

They want Sechele, who had come in as a Good Samaritan trying to save Gunners’ sinking ship, to stay away as far as possible from their club. Sechele has told the club’s hierarchy that he doesn’t feel safe with his investment at Gunners and has reconsidered his position.

This means its back to default settings for a club that has been surviving on crumbs and confirmed its downfall with a first every relegation to the First Division last season. The ‘real’ owners of Gunners want to see it bed-ridden and on the verge of extinction, as long as no stranger touches “their club.” It would rather suffer than be contaminated by investment from some individual, it’s their line of thinking. Not too long ago, a similar situation unfolded at Township Rollers when Jagdish Shah was told to take the highway.

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