Popular Post brokensticks Posted November 16, 2021 Popular Post Share Posted November 16, 2021 To Francesco: I was a student at UBC when the Canucks were born. Although my funds were scarce, I went to as many games as I could afford for the first few years. In the 1980's, I had a mortgage and young family but still found the money to split season tickets (2 seats) with a friend. I had to let them go when we moved out of the Vancouver area. I currently own 3 Canuck jerseys, 8 t-shirts, 4 hats, socks, underwear, cups, mugs, books, flags and even pencils that I paid a fortune for. This doesn't include all the stuff I bought as presents for family members. In April 2011, my wife and I made a hurried (and expensive) trip from Australia to Vancouver, imposed on friends for 6 weeks and paid a fortune for tickets to see the Canucks run for the Cup because I was convinced this was the year they would finally win and I wanted to be a part of it. Francesco, you will not see another dime from me until you fix this broken team. Based on what I see in the media, there are a lot of other people who feel the same way and this can't be good for the value of your asset. Good senior managers know they need to surround themselves with the right people - proven, experienced experts who are allowed to do the job they were hired for - without interference. Hiring inexperienced people with the hope that it might work because it's the cheaper option is a recipe for disaster and that's what you currently have; a team that is disgraceful and difficult to want to be a part of. You need to give us some hope and the current management and coach have lost the ability to give us that. Regards, A Loyal Fan 5 2 3 2 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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