Happy.You seem to be putting across the best case senario that could possibliy happen for 1893.No doubt,because you are against any merger.I've no doubt Mr whittington is holding out for the slim possibilty that everything will fall in place and they can get Donkey Lane.As such, i wish he would officially refuse any talks in writing ,so that both clubs can move on.
Rather than painting such a rosy picture.The reality is that the likelyhood of things falling into place for 1893 is very very slim.It seems to be a chance Mr whittington is willing to take.Will Town lease Brimo? maybe/maybe not.Will the council dismiss Towns intest in Donkey lane,just because they have a base at Brimo?Will the council insist on both clubs using it? Will the council ever release Donkey lane to either team?Its all ifs and buts.
The fact remains that when Mr whittingtons consortium took over the EFC, they knew the club had no income and massive debts,and has subsiquently seen them fall from the ryman prem into minor football,whilst spending all that period still playing out of the borough,and in the process lost the name of the club (and along the way, lost a lot of the respect and admiration that the name 'Enfield Fc' had in the non-league game),but as Happys says,he has put a lot of money into the club to keep it running,and would not be willing to release any of his power,especially with a small sniff of Donkey Lane.
To be honest, since EFC folded and 1893 started at a lower level,i have lost interest in a merger.I just want it sorted once and for all,before the season starts.