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Have Your Say

26 April 2014

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ALL Argyle supporters will have the opportunity next season to directly question the club’s Board of Directors.

Pilgrims’ supporters groups are also being offered the chance for face-to-face meetings with the club’s Chief Executive Martyn Starnes, under new initiatives for fan engagement announced on Saturday.

Following a meeting between the Argyle Board of Directors and the Plymouth Argyle Supporters Board before the game against Hartlepool, mutual agreement was reached on a new way forward with respect to supporter participation in the club’s decision-making.

Both parties concurred that the PASB had fulfilled its purpose and there was a desire to move forward to the next level of interaction between club and fans.

The main points agreed were:

•    A commitment to three meetings between the Board of Directors and the Green Army next season, open to all supporters;

•    Open access to all established supporters’ groups to Chief Executive Martyn Starnes for meetings;
   
•    Reaffirmed commitment, enshrined in the Club Charter, to consultation with supporters on future kit design and season-ticket pricing.


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