Therefore to organise a boycott that anybody would notice, there would have to be a major publicity exercise to engage the full active support.To motivate the majority to boycott there would have to be a clear persuasive rationale as to why that specific game and what the objectives were. There would have to be an explanation of what other efforts had been undertaken ( best endeavours in legal parlance) and why they had failed.
Beyond the understandable exasperated wailings of " I'm sick of league six spend a load of your dosh or sell up" have we 1) the people,resources,skills & time commitment to task-force an effective boycott ? 2) is the case strong enough to sell to the wider County community ? 3)do we (they) have any plans as to what happens next having damaged revenue?
Calling for a boycott is easy --making it work is quite another thing. There could be little worse tactically than a failed boycott which would alienate everybody beyond the direct participants who by definition would be a small minority.
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