I will try my best to give you some.
Is there going to be a boycott imminently?
Despite everything, I really actually hope not. To call for one is dependant on whether the majority owners decide to bother answering the 3 simple aims questions.
I understand the latter one of the 3 (if the owners choose to remain) was asked by the CoOp at their meeting with the club, but the main 2 were not asked. Don't know why btw, awaiting an answer myself from the co op as to why that was.
Who is organising it?
I have put my neck out there as a disgruntled Joe, but I can assure you nothing at this stage is organised. Any call for such a boycott won't happen until the owners have failed to answer before the 30 day deadline was given to them. as it's the 13th now, that's in 17 days time.
The date was given as Saturday Oct 13th.
It was the first date available after the Co Op declared the Sept date could be a problem for them, so it was altered and also allowed for a beyond reasonable timescale via the deadline then provided to our owners.
What are the aims?
To achieve an actual open insight and the view from our clubs owners of what the future truly entails for our football club.
How is going to be communicated to the fanbase?
I would hope the response is provided via public methods of club web, matchday programme and Imagine fm.
Has the impact of failure been considered?
Failure of owners to reply? Yes, it could be catastrophic as further ignorance is just what we don't need.
Press, Radio and online and offline routes are under consideration be used to deliver such a negative outcome to as many supporters as possible of our owners failing to respond.
Thanking you in advance.
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