A letter from a Cardiff City fan to the South Wales Echo (3 Dec. 1927) that the club’s present ownership would do well to think about.
“The true position with the City at the moment has nothing to do with the players but concerns the management, and I’m afraid that unless they consider a little more of the wishes of the supporters they will kill the bird that lays the golden egg. If the directors would mingle with the crowd, instead of being perched like tin gods in their reserved stands, they would find that what I say is true.”
A letter to the South Wales Echo (23 Feb. 1922) that the owners of all clubs would do well to think about.
“If the City is to maintain the good feeling of its supporters, it would be wise to give all classes an opportunity to see the match, because, after all, the working man is the backbone and stay of the club. It is a pity that the directors should confuse and misconstrue sport for greed, and remember the story of the magical goose. If the directors cater only for the rich they will find that class deserting them in times of trouble.”