In March the supporters Alliance group will be holding a question and answer meeting with Chairman and owner of YTFC Scott Priestnell .
If you have any questions you want asked regarding the football club, can you please email email@example.com by 6th March
Join the petition to protest that the government have now decided to change the GRANTS to help our football clubs into LOANS
Ourselves at Yeovil Town FC are extremely grateful for the government COVID support grant of £10m for 66 clubs in October, which enabled our clubs to start the league season and continue to play a valuable role in the heart of the community, especially when so many local people are suffering due to the pandemic. This essential grant was life-support funding as we battled the impact of Coronavirus with the loss of fans attending matches. Quite simply without fans and the revenue they bring each week, we could not exist.
Throughout the entire process the offer of government support was framed as a COVID response grant and in no written or verbal communication were the terms of the extended period amended to become loans, loans simply don’t work and as part of discussions with National League clubs, 82% voted against taking on loans.
The National League throughout this has been in open dialogue with the government on a long-term, sustainable plan that ensures the viability and longevity of the National League and I urge Mr Huddlestone to fulfil his promise as our clubs can only survive on grants – not loans, and he now risks many clubs going to the wall this month if help is not received.
I ask our community and supporters to get behind the new petition. Please sign it and spread across social media. This is about 66 community clubs working together.
Part of the National League campaign includes establishing an online petition on Change.org. The link for this online petition can be found below. - Scott Priestnall
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