Shaymen On The Line: For those of you who don't know, it's an investgative radio prrogamme over here. Tonight it's about the Shay. Needless to say an issue I'm quite familiar with. Two years ago we should have had a 13,500 capacity stadium. Four sides, three of which completely built from scratch, one slightly redeveloped. OK we have three sides ready, but our main stand is an unmoving construction site. We also share now with Halifax Blue Sox, a rugby Superleague side. They sold their ground, with as far as I was always aware, the funds to go into redeveloping the Shay. Never seen. Now we've just got relegated again. Gone into administration. Still paid more towards the spiralled costs. Both directly and though being able to attract money from the Football Trust. The club is now going semi-pro (when we can actually afford to get people on contract), with only manager Chris Wilder to be full-time. Depressing situation. Incidentally, Wilder has just cancelled his honeymoon too. Married at the weekend, pre-season trip to Barrow this week instead. Who incidentally caused Stenhousemuir to abdonadon a friendly the other day after less than 20mins through dangeourous tackling.