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How are the committee members going to get the views of the supporters section they represent????
LiverpoolOne
17th Aug 2011 17:47
Havit
17th Aug 2011 19:34
"I agree, I've seen no mention of how we get are questions to the committee members. the sooner we know the better , or problems from last season and this season will not be sorted until next season. "
Chasanfield
17th Aug 2011 20:39
"I assume the committee members are in contact with local supporters in their section, however, supporters from outside geographical local areas probably ahve contacts locally? A solution would be for each Committee Member to have a "Contact Us" facility in liverpoolfc.tv and/or a Facebook Page accessible via a link in the club website. Viable?"
Chasanfield
17th Aug 2011 20:40
"I assume the committee members are in contact with local supporters in their section, however, supporters from outside geographical local areas probably have contacts locally? A solution would be for each Committee Member to have a "Contact Us" facility in liverpoolfc.tv and/or a Facebook Page accessible via a link in the club website. Viable?"
redgeorge54
18th Aug 2011 0:21
"if a 70,000 seater stadium is built will ticket prices go up or down?"
born-red
18th Aug 2011 3:26
"All committee members have profiles in The Kop - the official social media hub for LFC fans. You can go and register your views at this site."
born-red
18th Aug 2011 3:29
"All committee members have profiles at The Kop - the social media hub for LFC fans. You can register your views here and make contact with them. "
jacko201169
18th Aug 2011 7:36
"what is this all about we dont want to no this the fans want to no how liverpool are going to go forward to win trophys and when will the new stadium is going to get sorted out "
Anneallred
18th Aug 2011 9:06
"I totally disagree with Jacko201169 - yes there are the big issues that we want to know about but the committee is also about improving liaison with all fans and improving the experience we have with the club. As a red fan member I certainly want to know about ticket sales and processes like this as they are important to me and many others."
RedRoddo
18th Aug 2011 9:22
"I think the club is on a sound footing with a transparent structure in place. I have one question relating to financing the player acquisitions. Will the net amount (£100m?) spent on players be transfered to debt on the balance sheet and how much debt can the club carry? Remembering of course a certain level of debt in any business is tax efficient, it could become a concern if it is not secured."
RedRoddo
18th Aug 2011 9:25
"My next question = Do the management of the club monitor the comments made to the news; or is the comments section just a fans social forum with no interaction between the club and the comments posted?"
breedo23
18th Aug 2011 10:01
"Good point LiverpoolOne "
Bencat
18th Aug 2011 10:51
"The comittee is a very good idea and a way of offering a sensible conduit for fans to get their voice heard by the club. However I do agree that it should be a priority that all of the committee memebers should have high profile easy to use contact detials shown on the main LFC site so that any fan can address questions to the relevant member for delivery to the club were appropriate ."
adam6177
18th Aug 2011 12:26
"I HATE the fact that via the Thomas Cook website you can buy tickets to pretty much any match you want if you're willing to pay MEGA money for hotels etc. This practice stops the average fan getting tickets to games and caters only for the rich and corporate market. Adam, Tonbridge, Kent."
Euro-77-78-81-84-05
21st Aug 2011 13:38
"None of the questions the fans actaully wanted, they just put a question of their own, no cosultation with the fans what so ever. 90 minute meeting, only 15 questions. Seemed they were more intrested in the free dinner, we saw pictures of them eating. If they are representing fans, they should take questions from us to put forward at meetings, not just ask their own."
shedevans
28th Feb 2013 14:31
"I note with interest the committee has changed recently, and has a new chairperson and vice. This means that the positions vacated by them are up for election surely, as were the chair and vice-chair roles one would hope. Was this advertised that fans could apply to be on this committee, or as usual has this been kept 'closed shop'? We would all like our say and be enled to join."
LGBT-SC
2nd Mar 2013 8:03
"Questions raised by the committee were brought up through meetings and correspondence with other supporters. .liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/contact-the-committee details how to contact members of the committee. We also have KOP and other social media profiles where ideas for discussion with the club can be raised."