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Statement From Trust Chairman Rob Bradley

Statement From Trust Chairman Rob Bradley
"The season has come to a close but the work won't be stopping for Lincoln City. Obviously the manager's position needs to be filled and players arriving and leaving will take up a lot of time. Season tickets sales and commercial deals will be important too.

Our trust will be no different and after recovering from the slump of recent times we have big plans to support our members in particular and the club in general.

We have already put on some enjoyable events and raised some useful funds. This sort of work will continue apace. We need to begin the process of elevating two of our members onto the Board of Directors of the club. There is much to do but we're relishing the challenge.

Our most important job right now is to persuade you the fans to join the trust and become part of what we're doing. It isn't expensive and we really think you'll enjoy the benefit of the plans we've got for season 2016/17.

All existing season ticket holders will have received details of the trust and how to join. On behalf of the trust board I implore you to take up this membership. I also hope those of you who 'pay on the day' will come into the fold too and details of how you can do this are elsewhere on this website.

The trust used to be one of the leading fans organisations in the country and what we did, other trusts followed. Things then went awry as we all know to our immense disappointment, Take it from me we're back on track and we are going to do everything we can to make waves again - this time the right sort. I hope you want to be a part of it."

Rob Bradley


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Writer:Rob Bradley
Date:Sunday May 8 2016
Time: 7:01PM

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