LatapyBairn. Posted July 12, 2022 Share Posted July 12, 2022 (edited) 2 hours ago, Blame Me said: Forgive me but it does seem like there is confusion as to the purpose of the FSS. The contributions are to have more say in how the club is run and gain more involvement in the decision making - and future direction of the club - by buying shares. It's not to sustain the clubs cashflow as supporters are already doing that with season tickets, match tickets and retail alongside the wider sponsorship deals the club has. I think it’s a bit of both, when/if the FSS reaches its target of 26% looking forward longer term I presume the money raised will still be re-invested in the club in some other way than the purchase of shares. Not to bankroll the full club operation as such but certainly to provide an extra income stream that would give us a competitive advantage, ideally with the members being canvased on how money raised each year should be spent. Edited July 12, 2022 by LatapyBairn. 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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