Interested to hear the views of business-people on this one. Blackpool FC majority shareholder, Owen Oyston, has taken £11m out of the football club for the season 2010/11. This is according to the recent set of accounts submitted to Companies House. I have a copy of these accounts so if anybody is interested let me know. Majority of Blackpool fans are furious about this, mainly down to the lack of investment in the football club, especially after the windfall of reaching the Premier League last season. I guess this depends on what your views of a football club are. In my opinion, they are the heart of a community, so the fact a director can take the equivalent of over £210k per week (majority of which is club generated money) is morally wrong. For those of you that are unaware of the greed of the Oyston family, I think this puts it into perspective. Out of a £51.7m turnover for season 10/11, a staggering £5,000 was donated to charitable causes. I know some of you may not be Daily Mail readers, nor am I, but there is an excellent article on there which I cannot post the link to. Search Owen Oyston £11m, I'm sure it'll come up.