What makes you think they are doing what's best for the club and not what's cheapest for them but with the maximum profit?
I'm not convinced yet, and the secrecy from the fans is unnerving. There should be a few fans involved with this process. If we end up with a soulless bowl aimed at corporates, we're done in my view, it'll kill a lot of what is special about us. It's absolutely critical they get this right I agree. But they'll have to know the city and listen to the local fans to get that right in my view.
You may well be right. I, however, believe that they will do what is right for the club going forward. I wouldnt like the souless bowl as much as the next person, but looking at it from a financial and competetive point of view, if that is what we end up with then i can live with that, grudgingly.
Of course they will want to do it for as cheap as possible with maximum profit, they are businessmen, but i am prepared to think that at this moment in time they are just being thorough and will do what is best for the club going forward, both off and on the pitch. It is a huge decision to decide what to do for best and whatever they decide will cause upset amongst some fans.
As a fan, i would love to know every minute detail regarding whats happening about everything to do with the club, but it is clear that FSG will not work this way and imo it is for the best. Sometimes it is better that we find info out when it is time to be released into public domain. Cannot see how having a fans committee would work on the ground issue to be honest, the owners will, rightly do what they think is correct, for the future of the club. Yes, we all have our preferences, but these may not be practical. I think so long as there is no ground share, we, as fans should be ok with whatever else they decide. I am prepared to trust them to make right decision, until i have reason not to trust them. I am actually glad they are not making promises every month on the ground issue, that for me would be a lot more concerning.