Its a fortnightly address to the Fleet faithful, and we get a drivel about old scousers and a virtually defunct team, killed by a franchise that moved a club to a part of the country they were 1) not wanted by the locals and not accepted by their own supporters. ( Chairman , CEO and Scally hope you are taking notes at this stage.)
I don't normally criticise actions of the clubs officials as by and large we get things right more times that we get it wrong. But Mr Aitken gets enough stick as people wonder about what role he does. But when he gets a chance to let us know what going on behind the scenes, crowd increasing initiatives and latest Gills plans. He fails miserably, and it does start to make you think.