If there's a silver lining to come out of all this mess, it's that we now have the chance to become a much more professional club, after all our problems were exposed so quickly and ruthlessly. It's obvious that things can't continue as they currently operate. The Dogs went through a similar experience after Coffs, and now their club (off-field at least) is on much better track than what it was (no, I'm not trying to compare our culture to the Dogs - just pointing out that an ugly affiar can help point a wonky ship in the right direction). It's fairly obvious that right across the board, we need to get much more professional in all aspects. I'd like to see some sort of 5 year plan around the direction the club sees us going, detailing the likes of: ground expansion/repair, recruitment, junior development, sponsorships, community relations, membership growth etc, etc, etc.