CLYDE Football Club has declared arrangements for a final information evening ahead of the board’s vote on whether or not to depart Cumbernauld for East Kilbride.
“Ahead of an Extraordinary General Meeting of the club's Owners on 20th April, a final information meeting will be held at the Premier Inn, George Street, Glasgow this Thursday (11th) at 7.30pm,” a club spokesperson confirmed.
The announcement follows a club declaration on Saturday, 9th March, 2013 that the club was in discussions to move away from Cumbernauld – discussions described as “too early to go into detail about”, by the club’s Chairman, John Alexander, at the time.
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“The meeting, open to all CIC Owners, will give people the opportunity to find out more about the potential move to East Kilbride. Questions from the floor will also be taken by the Board members in attendance,” the spokesperson added.
“Three meetings have already been held before matches at Broadwood, but a midweek date with city centre location was added to the schedule to offer extra convenience to supporters based around Glasgow.
“All Owners are encouraged to attend, particularly those that have not yet had the chance to gain some first hand information.”
Clyde FC’s EGM is being held at Broadwood on Saturday 20th, April at 12.30pm.
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