Date: 31st January 2021 at 11:47am
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The world of Twitter is full of mystique, twists and turns with one shining a deep torch into an account that suddenly became very defensive of the club’s hierarchy on the back of yesterday’s defeat from .

Coming the day after Peter Lawwell announced his departure at the end of this season supporter anger was focussed on with Dermot Desmond and the club directors somewhere in the background.

The background is somewhere that the club’s largest shareholder has remained in, virtually since he first took a stake in the club alongside Fergus McCann in 1995.

When McCann sold up in 1999 Desmond became the biggest single shareholder, with no other significant shareholdings in the club the board has paid respect to the thoughts of the Irish businessman who has mastered the hands-off approach.

It is over a decade since Dermot Desmond attended an AGM in December 2019 his son Ross did sit in at the top table but made no comment or contribution.

Nothing can ever be proved beyond all doubt but Liam O’Hare has put together some impressive detective work, putting the jigsaw together for to draw their own conclusion.