BCFC Supporter’s Forum 2nd May 2019

The next supporters forum meeting is on Thursday evening, May 2, and we can submit questions before the meeting.  Please let us know if you have any questions that you would like us to ask.  It would be helpful if you could send any you have before this coming Saturday 27th April as the Blues Trust board is meeting that morning and will be discussing what questions to ask.

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The Blues Trust Board has decided that the player of the year award this year should take the form of thanks to the whole squad, because it is teamwork and working together that has been the key to being able to reach safety from relegation despite being such a small squad and having nine points deducted. 

We hope that you will approve of our decision to write and thank every member of the team. We think that they have performed magnificently.

Cliff Horrocks

Chair, Blues Trust 

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  1. Helen

    Thanking team has my vote. They have proved that team spirit is worth more than any individual prize.

  2. John Pipe

    Couldn’t agree more about whole team (& backroom staff?) receiving a massive thanks, instead of having an individual award. It’s been a whole team spirit, from top to bottom, that has got us through the financial debacle left from the Redknapp madcap spending and subsequent points deduction.
    Just hope that Garry gets the answers he wants from the owners. We need him to be backed as much as possible, otherwise he could be tempted by other clubs who are on the lookout for a new manager.

  3. Michael Knowles

    Quite right. The team has been outstanding really. Eight players with over 40 matches under their belts says everything.
    Very well done.

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