Hello all and welcome to this week’s edition of From Communications Corner!
If this is your first time of reading the weekly feature then welcome aboard the Yellow Submarine corner of communication brilliance. Or not so brilliant, as the case may be! 🙂
Well it’s been another busy week here at Tividale Football & Social Club, and believe me half of the committee have returned from Portugal with a stunning tan!
In fact, I’ve had visions of Richard Harrison wearing a sombrero drinking a cocktail with wife Liz and Sal (Webb) on the opposite side of the table thinking ‘let’s just leave him to it’. 🙂
Entertainment wise, and what a great night with Memphis Mike (Elvis tribute) on Saturday! Busiest night here in the social club for a while of a weekend, let’s hope for more of the same!
This weekend sees the return of female trio ‘Baby Love’, and they always give us a great night of entertainment whenever they take to the stage here at Tividale Football & Social Club.
On the field, and although we were narrowly defeated by local rivals Stourbridge last weekend, I thought the lads gave a great account of themselves.
As I stated last week, we know where the problem lies. We need to be more clinical and create more chances in the final third of the pitch on a regular basis.
I remain in talks with a potential new sponsor, and I’m hopeful of bringing a conclusion to the situation within the next 7-10 days.
I’m confident that I, along with the committee, will make the right decision and if all goes to plan, we may well have another very good sponsor supporting our cause this season.
I know people don’t like to accept this, but the game is all about money and being able to spend your way to winning football matches.
Do I like that? No. Is it true? Yes. Proof will be in the pudding at the end of the season. I would make a prediction that, unless there are other issues, the clubs with the best budgets will be near the top of the table chasing promotion.
It’s the way of the world, unfortunately, and we have to do our best at the moment. I’m not deluded, I accept it will be a struggle for us for now but that doesn’t mean to say we can’t make significant strides in the near future.
See you at the bar, Submariners!