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Breaking News A question for YOU.

stan collymore

Stanley Victor Collymore
Nov 17, 2003
Hey Guys

I have a question that I'd love you to answer.

Below are a number of words that fans use to describe important qualities that they like to see in their club and team.

Rate them from 1(no thanks ) to 10 ( vital) please!

Just copy and paste my list and put a number next to each one!

Thank you! đź’™

Homegrown talent
Over 30's
Take player risk to sell at ÂŁ ( Collymore to Forest)
Durability (plays lots of minutes)
Comes with baggage
Players living in area
Attractive football
Pragmatic football
Southend United DNA ( embracing ex players across roles in future)
Club reputation in the game
Relationships with Essex Non League clubs
Competitive ticket pricing
North Bank for home fans
Regular information from Chairman

List is just to get an idea of what has gone and what could come, which will be driven in the club and by engaging with you guys. All part of an exercise to find a common direction that club and supporters can get behind.

Feel free to add any of your own, it's not scientific, more finding out initially what is important to you and what's not so much. It's your club!
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