A public meeting for fans to air their views on the current plight of Northampton Town will be held next week by the supporters’ trust.
The meeting will take place at the Guildhall in St Giles Street on Monday, October 26 from 7pm until 9pm.
A spokesman for Northampton Town Supporters’ Trust said, in a statement published this evening, that places would be offered on a first-come, first-served basis, and the building has a capacity of 220 people.
“If you are not a member of the Trust there will be the opportunity to join on the evening, and we would appreciate your support in doing so,” the spokesperson said.
“We would also welcome as many questions in advance to keep the evening structured and avoid repeatedly discussing the same points. We will only be accepting one question from each person – so make your question count.
“The Trust is keen to emphasise that the objective of the meeting is to look forward to our future options, although there will be a short time for our panel to answer questions about how the football club has arrived at this situation.
“One confirmed guest speaker so far is Trevor Stroud, the chairman of Wycombe Wanderers Supporters’ Trust.
“Wycombe was purchased by its Supporters’ Trust back in 2012 and Trevor can offer insight into how this was done and how the Trust continues to run the club.
“A number of other parties have also been invited, and these will be confirmed as soon as possible.”
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