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Off-the-pitch club improvements


Well-known member
Jan 3, 2018
This is a thread for serious suggestions that could help the club improve the relationship that the club has with both the supporters and the local community. I'm less interested in what Ron says/does, and more interested in what the club can facilitate that will ensure that it's a visible, positive and important part of the local community.

As has been mentioned, the club's reputation is in the gutter, and this includes with local suppliers as well as with former staff/players/local volunteers etc.

Part of our rebuild has to be off the pitch, and we have so many willing volunteers and people at the club and around it who do great things. So I was wondering what practical suggestions we could take to a new CEO/ @stan collymore / RM / The Trust. I guess nothing is off the table, this is just a list of ideas, but obviously we need to be realistic and practical, we don't have much money, and we have a skeleton crew at the club.