Letting Bexfield go for nothing must of had Buster thinking what's the point of these contracts.
If Buster is not happy with two of the current players being on contracts, as they have only become fringe players, its understandable that he would not be happy committing himself to even more player contracts. He's a businessman, here to make money from the Club, and his experience of the current contracted players must make him wonder why he was convinced to offer them the contracts in the first place. If the players get the benefit of a contract then Buster would need to see the benefit to him and his club in return. Perhaps he believes he has not seen any such benefit, hence any reluctance to offer the contract terms that certain players wanted. Can't blame him for that. If you have a bad or poor experience in the past, would you repeat it?
This could all get very messy now. Lets be honest with ourselves. We are too lightweight when it comes to Management at Boardroom level when it comes to anything involved with the actual Football. Buster needs a very strong, knowledgeable and well connected Management team representing him, as he is so dependant upon it. He had that with the Setch and Boon combination, but has not got it now and its starting to tell.
Is Kev's phone ringing yet? If not, maybe it should be.