I’m privileged to lead Stevenage, says Phil Wallace
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Chairman disagrees with manager Graham Westley’s view that this has been a ‘dreadful’ season
Phil Wallace says he disagrees with Graham Westley’s assessment of the current campaign.
Writing in the previous home game’s matchday programme, Boro boss Westley said that this had been a ‘dreadful’ season.
However his chairman says in today’s programme: “The moment I stop enjoying the game is the moment that I stop owning a football club.”
Wallace added: “Graham wrote last week that he hadn’t enjoyed the season and pointed to some incidents nine months ago as examples of a lack of a winning mentality, which he has set about trying to restore ever since.
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“I must admit to feeling differently. I feel privileged to lead Stevenage FC and, win or lose, I will always enjoy a season.”
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