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I hardly think the Southampton model should be the desired route: have a very good season and over-achieve hugely, then sell all your best players for £100M and don’t reinvest.
What’s the best way for Villa to get back in the top tier? Answer options are bit crass.
We have seen that youth development just does not work at this level, worth investing to get odd diamond and sell on some to lower leagues but not strategy for building team. Spend, spend, spend is not realistic but the Southampton model is. Buying gems from cheaper countries and lower leagues – accepting a high failure rate. But if 20% come through to fruition it can create a decent team, sell on best players at high premium to keep the cycle going. To be fair Lambert has been trying this model but with limited success, hopefully Keane can help identifying right candidates and developing players.
the fact that MOMs is doing this is a sharp comment on the failure of the trust to produce anything from the survey which finishes on may 31st.
If AVST is not working, then it should be sorted. Adding more and more initiatives when there are too few active fans is a waste of time. The club will only listen to an representative voice, and the trust was refloated to provide this.
What would this achieve that the bigger trust suvey would not? Is this an admission that the trust survey is not going to be out in the near future so it will be out of date?
This survey is totally independent from the AVST survey. The MOMS survey was originally planned for the end of last season and it would have run before the AVST survey, but we put it on ice not to conflict with the AVST survey and also to give the AVST one time to breathe.
Yes, the AVST results could have been published earlier, but fans tend to focus more when the season is up and running, so nothing is lost by staggering the results. Expect them to be released within the next two weeks.
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