As the saying goes - 'the king is dead, long live the king'. A somewhat suprising but not totally unexpected was the news of the 'king' leaving for greener fields a far, rumours had been rife for a while, what was the reason to leave for a club with little chance of promotion as against his own club with a good chance of promotion.
Many theories could be expressed from months ago as a starter, the selling of the clubs leading strikers
this does strike one as a 'cry for help' in respect of financial problems regarding wages, the general upkeep on a day to day basis, this being exacerbated by the poor crowdbase in respect to many other clubs in the division, thereby the growth pattern was restricted in his eyes for bigger crowds that would have generated more finance for enticing more class players to possibly 'knock on the new front door'.
As they say the 'king' is gone a big huge chapter has now ended, now one awaits the the next big chapter with baited breath, will it be continued progress or a return to the dark old days of stagnation?