Whilst I’ve always been impressed with how Sim has come across, I was disappointed in this interview. He seemed to care about what was more important to him, rather than the club. Even prioritising the development of the railway stand for hospitality rather than the fans who are the heart and soul of the club. Then when we had a message at the end, it was a negative when there have been so many positives. If it weren’t for David then it’d of ended terribly. Yes we made a profit, Bowie sale and covid grant contributing to that but that just papers over the cracks. Also to say he’s reluctant to sell the club in case they don’t keep up rent payments (which were not doing anyway) is ridiculous. This shows the problem of the 2 entities and how there is a conflict of interest.