The Great Eckscape said:
What is vitally important is that the people who stand to lose their jobs at the club are staying to fight for the cause - even though the easy option would be to forget about CIFC and move on.
This affects me as well, as filming Non-League football matches is my full-time job and I cannot afford to do games free of charge.
This is why I had to stop filming Enfield when they had similar financial problems. The supporters then formed Enfield Town F.C. and went in the ESL, but they couldn't afford to pay me once they had done that. Even though I supported the club and voted for their supporters trust, I had to stop filming their games and cover Conference matches instead.
I was gutted about the situation but I had no choice.
It sounds as if Wayne may be in the same predicament ?
I will be there today whether I get paid or not, and I will definitely make sure I get plenty of good shots of the supporters.
When I send the footage in to Conference TV I will put a note in telling them to publicise the situation as well as just showing the match footage.
If Sky or any other TV cameras turn up today (for it being a news story), they can go on the other gantry behind the dugouts !?