Neverout wrote: ↑Sat Jul 17, 2021 9:53 am Difficult to see who would instigate a "total overhaul", particularly at the moment. The chief executive, director of cricket and head coach are all AWOL carrying out duties for the Hundred franchise , which a cynical man might see as their next lifeboat should a review ever take place.You kind of make my point.
The constant management appointments from within the "circle of friends " including some of the cricket appointments as well, illustrates that no-one at the club welcomes any kind of scrutiny or performance evaluation.
Despite having struck lucky with Labuschange ( bringing Neser with him) they have squandered the advantage and goodwill with a slew of poor signings, at a time when there are dozens of journeyman professionals seeking contracts.
The Covid difficulties have camouflaged the ineptitude of the current regime. Imagine the financial consequences had we had been relying on good crowds for the T20 given the abject performances.
I don't think Carlson opening is a solution and worry it may detract from his championship form in time.
An overhaul won't take place because there's no one to expedite it. Too many interested parties for it to happen.
In the real world, continuous failure would lead to heads rolling, but not so in the world of Glamorgan cricket.