Clyde launch new Q&A session to 'bridge' communication gaps between the board and fans

Written by Scott Campbell. Scott Campbell
Published at 18:00 on 23 June 2012.
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Clyde Football Club, which was the first Scottish senior club to be wholly member owned has said that new measures are required in order to "bridge" a "communication gap" between the Board and the club's members.
An online announcement reads: "As a Board we hope this section will give you, as owners, regular access to Directors and the opportunity to post questions about the running of the club, ask for clarification on issues or simply quash a rumour that concerns you."
The new online facility was launched earlier this week and allows the club's members to lodge their queries to the Board. Clyde FC say that they will try to answer questions set before them within five working days, provided the questions asked do not relate to confidential information.
The online statement adds: "..we recognise that communication can always be improved upon.
"Therefore, we are pleased to launch this Boardroom Q&A section on the website, designed to bridge that communication gap.
The statement concludes: "We trust that this will be welcomed as a constructive attempt to enhance communication between the club and its owners and will help us all to work together to rebuild The Bully Wee."
Owners whop have an account through the Clyde Football Club website can access the portal by logging in through the club's website.
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