David Sullivan has taken a little dig at football club managers by drawing attention to the truthfulness of Slaven Bilic.
The manager has drawn much praise from the fans to is refusal to tell anything other than the truth in interviews and made his feelings very clear on the weekend defeat against Newcastle.
And the co chairman has taken what may be interpreted as a little side swipe at one or two of his predecessors in his latest ‘From the Boardroom piece on the official site.
In an interesting observation he said: “I agree 100 per cent with the manager that we were better in the second half and we could have nicked a draw. It’s so refreshing to have a manager who is so honest about our performance.
In reality all the teams on Saturday who had also played away during the midweek seem to be affected.
And he added: “We know we have to better on Saturday or it will be another tough afternoon as Manchester City are playing to their maximum at the moment.
Despite Saturday ruining my weekend, as I’m sure it did for most supporters, in the cold light of day we are not having a bad season! We are still in the top six and there is still everything to play for.”