Reading the minutes of the FP earlier and thinking some of the comments sounded familiar it made me consider our CEO and his position. Traditionally, I have been of the opinion he must be doing OK - as both SJH and Morgan were/are clever blokes. Yet I think - after twenty years in situ - it is probably worth asking the question - have we progressed in that time as a club? Jez is very well remunerated for his role and has some notable achievements ( securing Morgan, the DJ promotion, the MM era ) but also some awful times ( McGhee taking us to 20th, a double relegation ). No doubt we can blame some of this on the managers of the time or the players - but Jez has remained steadfast, seemingly untouchable. You get the impression he runs Wolves without too much hassle, though there have been times when both Morgan and SJH have clearly decided to get involved. At that point I'd expect a top CEO to council an owner and exert that influence. Five years into his tenure, Jez became a board member, strengthening his position within the club. We can all acknowledge football clubs are run differently to normal companies but is there some sort of benchmark we can measure against. Previously Jez worked at Stoke who are now seemingly light years ahead of us. Other clubs have - in the twenty years since - gone backwards. Is standing still acceptable? The academy is on the up - from what we hear - so perhaps good times are round the corner?