The story was always going to end with him wanting out, whether he's skint or whatever, and concocting ways that he has been 'wronged' to justify it. Non league cliche.
Have we had 'Glexit'? If I'm first to it, I want a Blue Peter badgeGlenn Tamplin puts Billericay Town up for sale after being accused of 'snorting cocaine' | Daily Mail Online
In case you missed it. Scroll down for the video. I’ve missed GLENNDA, I reckon he would make a good job of Brexit send him to Brussels!
Glenn, having apparently only learnt of the Mardykhora off of Wikipedia, probably doesn't realise that Dante Aligheri used it to symbolise Fraud, by the name of Geryon, forced to fly for all eternity, around the Circle of Fraud*.I thought he'd last a bit longer. Maybe it's a trait of Manticores to publicly lose the plot?
He's brought all the stress and adverse publicity upon himself with his shameless attention seeking and self-publicity. That club has been all about him since the moment he took over. He's wound up several companies leaving unpaid creditors owed millions while continuing to live a life of material luxury. He's a menace to society who leaves a trail of chaos in his wake. He showed up more or less at random at Billericay with no previous history of being associated with the club and in the space of 18 months robbed me of my dream of 40 years - to see the Hamlet win the Isthmian Championship - and now he's had enough.
You can get past the paywall here Glenn Tamplin's Billericay Town rollercoaster is an all too familiar tale for non-league clubs
After a career forged on liquidating and bankrupting a series of companies, leaving behind a trail of furious creditors (not least the Inland Revenue), the Essex Donald Trump promised to elevate the modest outfit to the Football League within five years.
Noisily insisting through his unrestrained social media interventions that it “is not about me”, Tamplin then proceeded, despite having zero coaching qualifications and no history as a player, to appoint himself team manager. He then demoted himself to assistant, before sacking his replacement and reinstating himself. Yet somehow, perhaps because of a wage bill ten times higher than anyone else in the division, under his busy leadership Billericay were promoted to the National League South, where they currently sit in second place.
Thinking about it I wouldn't be all that surprised if after the FA Cup match they get re-instated. I mean it wouldn’t be the most bizarre thing to have happened at that club and it would temporarily remove any awkward questions the FA might have