There was a lot of optimism in the summer with their approach. Seemed they looked to take the Brighton/Brentford approach too with analytic/betting backgrounds (there’s many more involved with the ownership, including some who work in NFL analytics). It all soon disappeared. Seems they’re set to appoint the Swindon manager (who’ve really turned their own fortunes around the last season and a half), so the investment must still be there.
The bonuses of headers won/tackles made etc. is an interesting one really. Very much an American sport approach to bonuses.
John Yems, their former manager, has just been banned for 18 months too after being found guilty over racism charges.