John Moore wrote:Actually the amount of money that CJ put in is irrelevant to the issue. Don't get me wrong, he made this tournament and he has done a great job as President. But he was representing the ECF - maybe it was handled badly but I wouldn't want, for example, my 9 year old receiving his trophy from a huge beaming man with a t-shirt saying that.
Mark Howitt wrote:I think it's harsh you were treated that way. You put a lot of money into the champs and have the right to wear whatever t-shirt you want.
David Robertson wrote: ..........
If one is content to have a President such as CJ, then one buys the whole package. One cannot cherry-pick the PR & fund-raising razzle-dazzle but censor the gay rights activist. Why would anyone do such a thing, and be regarded as sane?
Rob Thompson wrote:Paul, please could you explain to me how resignations would help anything? Perhaps an apology is called for, but there are few enough people willing to do anything to begin with even before we start forcing the resignations of some of them.
Slightly complicated by the unclear accountability.Paul Buswell wrote:And because I think it is highly desirable to keep CJ on board, and that may be the price the ECF has to pay.
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