I don't think you understand why they 'walked away'!
Tue May 15, 2012 19:50
It was to allow the trust board to better function with Beeks and Hayes in that situation, from what I understand.. They expected to be included in some dialogue when the situation was obviously changing.
I'm afraid in this day of information technology and social media, organisations which want to engage with people simply cannot by-pass them. I fully appreciate the need for confidentiality over... more
Consulting 'supporters' would be to include in the decision making process people who were not Trust members and in a sense have opted out of membership. Simply being a fan doesn't entitle you to... more
Not every decision should be put to members, or supporters, but there are some things that DO need to be discussed before massive changes are made, in their name. The company will have to take a deal ... more
I think though the use of the word supporter is a shorthand for member of the supporters trust rather than all fans. Without being an expert in the operation of the Trust, the press release that they ... more
...of it's members then it should be open to scrutiny. After whatever secret deal is struck with Hayes, I hope subsequent issues and developments proposed are properly consulted and open. No more... more
with that at all, but a line does need to be drawn somewhere between empowering an elected Trust Board to act on behalf of the membership,and electing a board but requiring them to refer everything... more
This is why I am waiting until any announcement is made before I make a judgement on whether to join the trust, buy a season ticket for the first time ever etc etc. Whatever happens, the trust needs... more
I don't think you understand why they 'walked away'! Twiggy,Tue May 15 19:50
As I understand it people have left the Trust (and possibly the board) because they have been unable to accept the accommodation with the existing regime. If you walk away in any situation you must... more