Fans Focus Meeting - Summary
Tonight's fans focus meeting was attended by Gamble, Pomlett & Mole Nd gave the following info of un answered questions regarding Walsall FC.
Chairman Jeff Bonser is unlikely to attend many home games.
The club confirm that there is a sell-on clause for former striker Troy Deeney should he leave. Although no money has been left aside for Dean as of yet.
There are no plans to introduce unemployed or student discounts.
The clubs youth set up is described as 'very exciting'.
The club are categorically against the proposals for League 3.
Club revealed that there must be there must be atleast 86 stewards to legally open the stadium and that the new stewards are trained for bar security.
Last season's Police bill dropped from £100,000 in the previous year to £60,000. This season's is set to be around £50,000.
The path which connects the near-by retail park to Banks's Stadium is nothing to do with the club, and therefore they can make no improvements to it.
The League One Fair Play Award, which was collected by Stefan Gamble yesterday, carries with it a five figure prize.
75% of those who took advantage of the 'free' season tickets for under 18's moved on to become paying season ticket holders.
Former Saddler Will Grigg's appearances for current loan club MK Dons does not count towards our agreement with Brentford.
As revealed last week, season ticket holders are allowed back into the Bonser Suite.
The club are still unhappy with the current website but cannot do anything for two years until contract is up.
The club are disappointed with BBC WM's handling of the Ikeme alleged racism row.
The club maintain a good relationship with Wolverhampton Wanderers, as our proposed transfer confirms.
Season ticket sale are up 5%, average match attendance is also up this year.