Sean,Sean Hewitt wrote:I apologise if my taking to task someone who contributed to hounding a very good CEO both out of office and off the forum by implying that he was liar is a silly argument. The problem, as you rightly acknowledge, is that saying nothing can be taken as agreement with a position.Andrew Bak wrote:I would perhaps prefer it if some of the discussions (the posts between Sean and Krishna on here being a prime example) were carried out via PMs and the forum was more constructive, but the nature of internet forums mean that silly arguments will break out sometimes.
It would appear that you are guilty of similar behaviour here, and certainly not slow to sling the mud when it suits you.
Some of your comments on this forum regarding our new President, Mr Roger Edwards, were not exactly complimentory, to put it mildly.
As regards the fate of CJ...it was an unfortunate saga to say the least. But it was noticable, if CJ did have the boards backing, that they made little attempt to show it following the Sheffield episode.
Things got out of hand, and much abuse was indeed hurled rather recklessly. But more should be said about various unanswered questions, even if only to re-assure the `membership` that questions have been asked.
I have to say that many might feel that the ECF are now becoming much better at `firing` than hiring..
We now have no CEO, nor M&M Director, a stand-in International Director, and nearly `lost` a President in the voting/election process, which, as some have remarked, seemed rather bazzar .