Young Ben Kearney and Gillooley nowhere to be mentioned though both burst a hump for the club over the summer, and continue to do so. There will be many others there throughout summer putting in graft both mental and physical. I do from afar believe some new board members do reflect this effort.
However, why where the above not proposed as young board members < 30yrs? What is the process to make this happen? I'd love to hear as a disenfranchised trust member.
Having personally refused share ownership over a few years - I had naively seen the trust as having a role in promoting opportunities for ALL fans and assessing the skills base within their own membership, holding regular votes and / vetting or developing those with an interest in board membership.
It seems internet posts and empty rhetoric trumps this. Very 2021.
Good luck to all those coming on the board - and hopefully this is a chance to renew the democratic processes around the supporter's trust.
Please get me the no. for forums anonymous!
Only existing shareholders can propose / second a nomination for a place on the BOD, or indeed to place a motion for discussion /adoption at the AGM. You refused the opportunity to acquire share ownership thereby losing the opportunity to nominate individuals for election to the BOD.