- Feb 24, 2016
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Well said, buddy.To my knowledge, there has been no correspondence from the Football club about this.
Normally the AGM is held in early December and I am not sure when this is happening next.
If the club is in a perilous state financially and I think we all know that with Covid this is very true. It is so important that the club communicate with its members and inform them of this.
To just release inflated prices like they have with little assurances is not wise.
As a Football club member I would be open to ideas in relation to moving a few games away from Brookvale oval if it helped the viability of the club.
With the centre of excellence now finally under way, we might also have if Vlandys gets his away a total stadium reconstruction for Brookvale which will force the club to play games way while this is done.
I would not be opposed to playing a few games at Gosford or the SCG as a temporary measure until this is done.
All options need to be on the table.
The two football club representatives on the Sea Eagles board do their upmost to protect the heritage of our club. The club needs to be viable and profitable to survive and right now its an extreme challenge.
If the club was upfront with the fans about it, then the members would understand. We need to look at alternatives as just gouging the existing season ticket holders is not a good look!
The only other thing I would say is that in addition to @The Wheel representing the interests of members on the council, members of the Football Club could be making their displeasure known to the Football Club and its nominee directors who are actually closer to the decision making on this matter. I can't remember the terms of the Football Club constitution, but ensuring fair access to watching the team play at Brookvale Oval is surely a priority for it.