Sunday announcement very unsubtle attempt at diverting
attention from continual failure of Evans' football team
Sinister Lavaflow chairman Jon Sotnick took time out from his
Sunday dinner to deliver a sensational exclusive Singleton NewsCorp
(Inc) Update via the official club website today. Wiping mint sauce
from his chin, Sotnick revealed another Fans Forum has been arranged
for pitchfork wielding fans to lynch him and various members of the
Lavaflow board in two weeks.
After delivering the news to Singleton NewsCorp (Inc), Sotnick delayed
his nap in front of the fire to tell impsTALK about the Forum that will
take place on Tuesday 25 April.
"It's really important fans can see the business plan," Sotnick
said, loosening his belt to alleviate the pressure build up caused by
his earlier consumption of three Yorkshire puddings and a plate full
of mashed potato. "Obviously, even if the figures don't add up,
it's far too late to go back now, but at least when it all comes crashing
down I won't be factually incorrect when I tell the press the figures
were out in the public domain and open for inspection."
Sotnick expects a rough ride from fans, with Kent-based malcontent Mark
Isaac set to try his usual attention-grabbing tactics. But Sotnick is
more worried about ex-programme contributor Scott Dalton trying to gatecrash
"Scott has his own agenda these days," sighed Sotnick, picking
lamb out of his teeth. "Normally it's just scraping enough coppers
together to buy a can of cheap cider to guzzle on his bench in the park,
or sitting by W.H. Smith playing his little pipe really badly. I have
a feeling he may come back to cause trouble, as always. We'll have security
on the day - we've got Gee (Evans) on the door."
Manager Steve Evans, speaking about the second forum, told impsTALK:
"Yeah, forum, great. I'm all for democracy. Listen ye wee little
bastards, we outplayed Leyton Orient yesterday and it was only the fact
they tapped up the ref and have a considerably bigger budget than my
megre £475k that meant they dominated the game and beat us without
ever moving out of second gear."