Deeds, not words
Following previous communication sent to season ticket holders, whose seats are in the Q Block of Ian Greaves Upper Tier, I am pleased to confirm that the proposed relocation of some season ticket holders into other seats of the same block has now been repealed.
It was our intention to use the far end of the Ian Greaves Upper Tier to host some of the smaller away followings, which would have meant that netting would have been placed in certain sections of Q Block for segregation. This would have saved the club money on stewarding costs.
However, I fully understand supporters’ concerns and have always had an open ear to our fans’ feedback. I have listened to our fans and have acted accordingly.
In other news, I was highly surprised and disenchanted with the way some media outlets had blown the ‘One Call Insurance Girls’ story out of all proportion. As all of our fans know the ‘One Call Girls’ byname is used as an association of my company One Call Insurance. There is certainly no other undercurrent of meaning in the term and some journalists have been very lazy in their reporting of this.
The One Call insurance Girls, who work in the One Call HQ offices in the week have done tremendous marketing work since 2012, supporting many charity events and sporting matches, both football and motor racing. Some media have tried to make a story out of nothing and misrepresent the name of our marketers, to try and increase clicks to their news websites. Sad.
In more positive news, which cannot be spun, I am sure you will be pleased to know that I have decided on a return to Malta next summer following the huge success of the 2013 trip. It is proposed that the squad will fly out within the first two weeks of July. More specific dates will be announced in due course.