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Author Topic: Randy Ellis  (Read 517 times)

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Randy Ellis
« on: December 07, 2019, 09:47:47 PM »
In the dim and distant past when a Stayvie Bull-inspired Wolves were steadfastly refusing to get promoted from the second division, there was a vocal section of their support who wanted Sir Jack Haywood to sell up to

For a change, here's a different octogenarian ex-chairman

“someone with more ambition”. This was the same Sir Jack who'd pumped in a sizeable chunk of his own fortune into saving the club from becoming AFC Wanderers in the Midland Combination and turned them into what younger readers may recognise as the modern Wolves. Unsurprisingly, the rest of the world laughed incredulously at those ingrates who thought unrestrained ambition and financial stupidity were what it took to achieve their Panacea of being top flight strugglers. Jumping almost two decades, there's a poll on our website asking if people would rather have Doug Ellis or Randy Lerner running the club? It's like the first 150-odd issues of H&V never existed. This, to an outsider, frankly odd debate has run and run yet it would be amazing to think of pre-internet Villa supporters even momentarily pondering the ‘W

 

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