Following yesterday’s humiliating 8-0 home to defeat to Bournemouth, we wish to initiate positive action to save our Club from its inevitable demise.
Yesterday reached a new low, provoking much anger and outrage at the manner we conceded defeat to a Championship rival.
Over the past three years, the heart and soul of our great Club has slowly been ripped apart. Anything with any value, including playing assets, has inevitably been sold off and dispensed of, whilst the distant BIHL hierarchy have spent the last 18 months procrastinating over the sale of its only tangible asset.
We are not and will not be a business for them to use as a platform to grow their own form of conglomerate. We are a Football Club. A proud Football Club, loved and cherished by its supporters and valued by the local community it serves.
As fans, we must stand united and take positive action in order to influence the situation. We require individuals in the media, both locally and nationally, to highlight our plight. We need the support of the relevant governing bodies to help us force through change.
To that end, we plan to hold an open meeting on Tuesday, 28th October at 7pm at the Royal George Hotel Bar. We urge as many of you as possible to join us and share your ideas.
We do not have all the answers. We need fans and fan group representatives to join together, united, so we can push in as many directions as possible. We need to be unified and clear in our message and objectives to make this a success. We simply have to do something.