"Just when I thought I was out they pull me back in." The immortal words of The Godfather's Michael Corleone rang particularly true this week as old and almost forgotten rivalries at Nisa-Today's resurfaced ahead of the group's agm later this month. Despite disbanding in June, the movers and shakers in the Nisa Members Association have put themselves forward for election to the board. It is a move that has not found favour with some members who fear a return to the divisive in-fighting that so plagued the group last year. But former NMA chairman Mark Proudfoot denies the NMA is back and says he and his pals are standing as individuals with their own ideas of how to take the business forward. This month there will be a record 19 candidates standing for nine places on the board. Perhaps its a good thing that the group has so many motivated members keen to play a part in its future. But when the votes are all in it is vital that everyone does genuinely start pulling together or it could be Nisa-Today's that "sleeps with the fishes".