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Lets see how many of our Town supporters have Ambition for the Team and where they should be heading in the Table or those that are just happy to settle for another Mediocre Season in mid-table??

 

A Town the size of Warrington should and needs a Football Team in a much higher League than this!

 

Only the Ambition of the Supporters will push the Players on to further and greater things, along with the Board who are doing a Great Job. Now its time for us Supporters who feel the same to show this Ambition from now until the end of the Season.

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Lets see how many of our Town supporters have Ambition for the Team and where they should be heading in the Table or those that are just happy to settle for another Mediocre Season in mid-table??

 

A Town the size of Warrington should and needs a Football Team in a much higher League than this!

 

Only the Ambition of the Supporters will push the Players on to further and greater things, along with the Board who are doing a Great Job. Now its time for us Supporters who feel the same to show this Ambition from now until the end of the Season.

 

Since my involvement with the club (this is my third full season) I would not describe mid-table as mediocre - it is a giant step forward as the past three seasons were a near constant battle against relegation.

 

Yes a town the size of Warrington should have a team at a higher level and the more support the club gets the better.

But to play in a "much higher league" is going to take a massive cash injection from a major sugar daddy and there aren't many of them around in the current economic climate.

Clubs are going bump all over the place and the main priority at this time is consolidation and not ending up in a financial mess.

Promotion this season is going to be a tough ask after a poor start to the season.

But if we can build on what has already been achieved on and off the field the club has a bright future - and I am sure many at our level and even above ,would like to have the same financial stability we have achieved.

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I agree Gary the improvement this season is for all to see, massive improvement both on and off the pitch.

 

Next step is promotion though, and how far away is this going to be? anybodies guess, but what im saying is if the players believe in the Ambition of the Fans then this will be sooner than we think.

 

Our reputation as a Club fighting for Promotion and to be taken seriously for this is to be beating the teams who are favourites for promotion. The potential is there but do the players believe this can happen? We the fans do, so it is up to the players to prove this now.

 

We have nothing to lose now until the end of the season so showing our potential is a must, no harm done in losing games which we can all come away and say we gave it a good go and could/should have won as it shows we are on the same level as the 'bigger' clubs.

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Here's what over ambition gets you

 

Leigh Genesis Football Club regrets to announce that it is again seeking sponsorship following the withdrawal of funds from its main sponsor.

 

The Club was given a lifeline at the end of last season by Manager Garry Flitcroft backed by a financial company whose intention it was to involve a number of investors, funds were not forthcoming in sufficient measures to maintain the ongoing expenses therefore the Club will need to find additional funding as a matter of urgency to secure its survival

 

With a former Premiership Manager, Premiership player and a real chance of promotion it would be tragic if this historic club was to fold; the board is remaining optimistic that there are people out there who will come forward to inject much needed cash to see the club not only through this season but into the future.

 

Spokesperson for the Club, Mary Croasdale says

?We have faced issues in the past and have always overcome them; this new stadium should have been the making of the club but instead it has achieved the opposite. Finances at non-league level are tight and a club needs to have either a huge supporter base, healthy money-generating social clubs or wealthy backers; this club can offer an amazing opportunity for someone wishing to get involved in non-league football and take a journey up the leagues, we have everything in place to achieve this?

 

Mary continued

 

?In addition to a first team we have a healthy junior section affiliated to us, a knowledgeable board and of course respected names such as Garry Flitcroft, Matt Jansen and Mike Quigley in the coaching staff ? what other non-league club can boast such a line-up?!

 

But the club is looking for an immediate solution, there is no way of disguising the situation and it is not going to change without drastic action; the bottom line is that this club will, with the loyalty of its player and coaches, see this season through but without serious help will not be able to continue after that.

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