If the investment happens, I don't think any of us can expect things to remain quite the same as before. Yes, we will get more money to compete better at home and in Europe, but that will come at a cost. It will mean we won't be the nice family run club that we have always been. It'll mean that there will be a lot of different parties involved and we will be run more like the Mancs and Chelsea are. Some of this may be welcome by our fans who want to see us dragged into the modern times and get our commercial and marketing sides sorted out, whilst others will rue this ever happening. My opinion is that we once set the trend for other clubs, we were the first team in England with shirt sponsorship, it didn't mean we lost our values or forgot our history. Let's use the investment to get back to the top of the tree, and then set an example to other teams by showing them it's possible to be a commercial success, be a playing success, whilst at the same time shamelessly indulging in your magnificent history and tradition.