Source: Gainsborough Standard
Published Date: 27 September 2010
By Standard Sport
TRINITY chairman Peter Swann was left questioning his future at the club, after Saturday's FA Cup loss.
The Blues lost 2-1 at FC United of Manchester, with only a Lewis McMahon penalty for the visiting supporters to cheer.
Swann posted on the supporters' message board, after a post match confrontation with a fan who who Swann felt went too far in voicing his discontent at manager Brian Little.
Swann said: "I responded to the fact that all one fan could do from the time we went 2-1 down was to shout down the manager, swear continuously and show the club in a bad light."
"I cant say I was very proud of our performance and we deserve stick, but that particular fan made our club look pretty poor."
The chairman's post concluded with line: "I will be making an announcement on Monday about my future at the club after Ii have had the weekend to think about it and I have calmed down."
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