Don't really get the doom mongering at this point? Sure we're in dire straits and heading down a path unknown but Jesus get a grip, we're nowhere near extinct yet. Reading this forum you'd think we'd already started the funeral plans.
Irrespective of what Becchetti does, we need to maintain FL status as the biggest priority.
We're not really near that stage of Phoenix club planning, emergency rescues etc. We have no idea what the unpredictable FB might do, and for one you'd think it would be in his interest to find a buyer anyway, who that might be I haven't a clue but that isn't my prerogative. I would agree that's the most worrying part because I don't see any redeeming assets to the club at the minute. Having said this, I've seen far stranger things than a wealthy investor purchasing a struggling football club, a consortium getting together, pulling together fan ownership arrangements, we've still got a lot of potential options and we haven't even had to cross those bridges yet.
The past 3 or 4 years has seen selmdon few FL clubs fold, in fact I'm struggling to think of one? I know Northampton came close last season and they didn't have it so bad did they?
My point being, the club hasn't died and nor do I envisage it going. Of course a lot will depend on FBs thinking with the debts and whatever he chooses to saddle the club with, but there's a long way to go- we've only hit the iceberg there's a lot more water to take on before we sink.
All we can do is try and rally behind the team on the field because we'll give ourselves a far better chance to survive as a club if we stay up, that's for sure