Cobh's Henderson: "It's good to talk"

Cobh's Henderson: "It's good to talk"
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COBH RAMBLERS manager Stephen Henderson has asked for those that are critical of the way the club is run to come and meet up with them face to face, in a bid to address any issues or concerns they have regarding the club.

In an interview over the weekend, Henderson described how he and his wife Lesley have received hate mail because of their roles in the running of Ramblers.

Speaking to the Evening Echo, Henderson outlined his willingness to chat with individuals that want anything addressed regarding Ramblers.

“Rather than sending us anonymous stuff, we would really appreciate if these people come and talk to us.

“Don’t be sending me derogatory messages or sending Lesley derogatory messages in an anonymous format. 

"Come up and say here, I have a problem with this.

“Then we will sit down and we will go through exactly where we are. 

"Because it is not good for the club and it is not good for morale around the club. 

"It could very well put the club back in trouble.

“But our heads are down and we are working hard. 

"The most important thing for me now is this game on Friday night against Drogheda.

“The whole club seems divided at the moment and it is really unfortunate that is the way it is. 

"We all have to come together and work together to decide what is important up there.

“There is no question what Lesley (his wife) has been up to there in terms of the financial aspect of the club and how we have reduced it.

“How we were able to get all these teams to travel to matches. 

"To dress them, to get the coaches in for them.

“That is all positive stuff and we need to try and to continue that. 

"But obviously there is people there that are not happy with that.”

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