Following on from an unsettling few months at the Club, it is time to look forward, not back!
The Club and Supporters’ Trust recognise that communications play a key role in ensuring transparency in the information being provided to everyone involved. The Club’s long-standing and effective
communication channels are now complemented by a new Supporters’ Trust Website ( safctrust.com ) and Facebook page ( www.facebook.com/safctrust/). Both are key to communicating with Trust members (and supporters) and we would ask you to keep checking there for updates and news.
As most of you will already be aware, there are a number of legal and practical hurdles to overcome in getting the new Trust Board in place and we are grateful to outgoing Trust Secretary, Jim Thomson, for agreeing to assist during this transitional period. Details of progress made will be communicated at every stage and we will also make ourselves available to answer any concerns or questions that supporters have.
We have been overwhelmed by the level of support and offers of help to get the Supporters’ Trust “back up and running” and for our part, we give an assurance that, without exception, everything we do, in the short, medium and longer term, will be done with the Club and Trust working together in the best interests of Stirling Albion Football Club, Stirling Albion Supporters’ Trust Members and supporters alike.
Stuart Brown Duncan Strathdee
SAFC Chairman Interim SAFC Trust Chair
What type of change is required as per the banner at half time in a recent match
Having spoken with the ‘Time for Change’ campaigners, the changes they wanted were a new Trust Board to represent the Members opinions, more transparency and more communication. Time will tell if a newly elected Trust Board can deliver these desired changes!
Interim Chair SAST