Unlike the waffle above the head coach fiasco wasn't at all savoury.
The answer to the question is of course to tell her that the head coach is safe, there are no plans to sack him and then do exactly that a couple of days. This having allowed her to go to print first.
Follow that up by getting her to relay to the fans that thoughts of a dismissal hadn't crossed anyone's mind until Sunday. Add to that a large dollop of how the search for his successor will be an exhaustive one and one that most be got right for the long term future of the club.
There you are.......you have the perfect waffle and the egg seen above is perfect for putting on Katrien's face.
Either Ms Meire knew what was to happen along or she was made to look rather silly by Roly. If it's the latter then I feel sorry for her. However, at least she gets paid for having to swallow and recycle this nonsense. Us fans are are paying HIM for the privilege !
Now, we all know pretty much how Roly likes to run his football clubs. No problem with that it's his prerogative. Move all staff around clubs, keep costs low and invest in youth. That's my understanding of how Roly plays things.
I like many others are not impressed with being taken for fool and fed a load of b*****it. I'd rather he was straightforward making it clear what he intended to and say so..........as I said it's his prerogative.
The " long term " future of the playing side of the club has seen Luzon rewarded with an 18 month contract. I wasn't expecting one of Pardewesque proportions but only a mayfly would view 18 months as long term.
Roly's search for new head coaches extends to looking down the back of his sofa and seeing who's there. A little silly really as he has invested quite heavily in our club. One presumes he wants to see a return on his investment or to break even at least.
I've no issues with Guy Luzon and like the similarly Roly appointed Jose Riga he may turn out to be rather good. However, to give yourself and the club the best chance then surely you'd look for a tried and tested football league manager. Hell, at the very least you'd swallow your pride and go to Riga with the biggest of olive branches.
A proven manager like Mick McCarthy for example shows you what you with someone like that. He's spent next to nothing and got the club at the top of the league. The football may not be the best but it's not that bad and winning beats the hell out of losing.
Manager like Mick also have a wealth of knowledge and contacts to back that up. They know who can do a job for them and where to get them.
This whole episode is a sorry one and I was more surprised with the outcome of James Cameron's Titanic movie !
As I say his football model and the appointment of Luzon may ultimately turn out for the good but at the moment it doesn't look too clever. I am concerned......