Given that this talks about preparations for Meet the Blues Day and is dated 21st July, this is different to the meeting on 2nd August. Interesting nevertheless.
Was never really implemented anyway was it? Club as always effed it up and it became a non issue. Just can’t ever get anything right off the pitch so why should this have been any different?
Napster is currently basking in his fame from the press this week, so was distracted when he saw minutesThanks @Cockle43 for clearing that up. Yes, I managed to get the Liaison Minutes amended so they could be published as promised.
There is still a fight to be had over the museum I think, and it will continue to be discussed when the opportunity arises.
If even @Napster gets confused over Trust Liaison Meeting Minutes and Supporters Group Meeting Minutes then there's not a lot of hope left for some of us!
That is true Pale Blue Dot and I don’t disagree with what you say but the club made a big issue about this away points ticket innovation but it was never properly implemented and the ticket office completely lost track of how many points people had.Respectfully, I don't know a single person who couldn't get an away ticket last season. I'm the first to raise an issue when I see one ( I don't yet have my Season ticket for the 2nd year in a row for example) but the away tickets scheme feels like a non issue to me.
What would have been the point in implementing the scheme when there wasn’t a single away game last season where there was a need for it?That is true Pale Blue Dot and I don’t disagree with what you say but the club made a big issue about this away points ticket innovation but it was never properly implemented and the ticket office completely lost track of how many points people had.
I went to probably 10 away games last season but my points were never ever right to reflect this accurately and I think from memory, it showed I had around 140 or so.
My point is that the club brought this in with some fanfare yet never set it up properly or had any idea with it. If as some people think, Southend are challenging for promotion and in the run in at smaller grounds tickets are more scare, this would be the time to have used it don’t you think?
Fair enough. We’ll beg to differ on this one thenWhat would have been the point in implementing the scheme when there wasn’t a single away game last season where there was a need for it?
On the last point, most of the smaller clubs sell their own tickets. So how would a loyalty scheme be of any use in that case anyway?
The club introduced the points scheme with good intentions but without realising that most clubs sold tickets themselves. Not really sure how it’s the clubs fault that most teams have a ticket policy that doesn’t support the use of a loyalty system. There are plenty of things the club can be criticised for, but I don’t think this complete non-issue is one of them.
Why does Shane have to be in the toilets to rectify issues? Is that where he does his best thinking?