In just a few weeks time, we will know, whether we are still a Premiership Club next season, or down there in the Championship Division
Will the relief of ending this "season of misery" by hinging on to our Premiership place, be enough to make us feel positive for the future?
I'm thinking of another season like this one & still under JM & same players we have at present (On the basis they did what we hoped for)
The fact we have managed to survive, would be reason enough for most of us to celebrate. But I'm not sure I could face a similar season.
There's been a topic started today/yesterday (think by Wattie) about how many of the present players we would/can keep for next season.
It seems if we went down (as is more than possible) probably all our players would be gone...As well as possibly JM our present manager.
There was another topic started a few weeks ago, trying to highlight the positivity of being relegated (like novelty of winning some games)
But I am thinking of trying to attract a New Manager Very few decent managers would be interested in joining a Club, if all they had to work
with were the squad that was picked by previous manager & who had a large part in putting us down. However, the prospect of signing for
a Club, that desperately need players to make up their squad (& new manager's involvement in this) Would be a different proposition (imo)
DFC (certainly as far as us fans are concerned) are still a Decent Club, that under the proper, professional guidance can aim for the Top Six.
Appointing an ambitious top class manager, who thinks the same, with the freedom to pick his own set of new players to do the job, I think
is well within the realms of possibility whatever division we're in. So whatever outcome I'm working hard to remain positive for the future