I do actually get your point. They are not perfect and all the veiled silence around everything does my nut in sometimes. However, nothing is perfect. We had BBB previously and what a disaster that was. Most owners we have, have limited resources and have to run the football club as a business. That will always put limitations on a club like Watford. We do not have the fanbase to sustain a Premier League club, unless you have someone who is so loaded that they don't care about losing money. Most owners want to make money or at least create some sort of improved revenue stream. Getting to the Premier League creates this. But as we've seen, it's so hard to get to the Premier League and stay there. It's a miracle that a club like Watford has been able to achieve this. Burnley and Bournemouth too. All three clubs should not be in the EPL by rights, but they are because of good ownership. Look at Leeds, Forest etc. The list is extremely long for clubs in the Championship and below who would place their clubs above Watford in the pecking order for Premier League football. It does look like we've now hit the buffers, but it was a good run and I believe even if we do go down this year, the Pozzo's would get us back up within 3 years again. I would also like a one club owner who loves Watford and the only motivation is the success of the first team, just for the joy of seeing them win. Unfortunately these people don't really exist. The next best thing is what we have. Maybe their motivation is not all geared for making Watford a brilliant because they love the team, but does it really matter what the motivation is, as long as we're successful? Being bottom of the Premier League is still successful. We are still in a league many thought would be impossible to ever be in again just 7 years ago. Put it this way, if I found out the Pozzo's would wanted to sell after relegation, my heart would sink, as I suspect we'd get a useless joker with big promises and no idea taking their place.