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Hearts fans raise over £5million in order to get their club back into fan control

Some staggering news has just come out from the top flight of Scotland. Foundation of Hearts, the supporters trust of Hearts, has raised over £5million as part of their bid to secure fan ownership at Tynecastle. The Foundation’s annual accounts to June 2016 show that a total of £4,300,000 of fans’ cash had been advanced … Continue reading Hearts fans raise over £5million in order to get their club back into fan control

The process of putting together the whole multimedia elements

Radio, newspaper and television elements are all nearing completion. The main newspaper article has been designed and written on Indesign and is nearly ready to be published. The television piece is currently being edited together as the final interview was conducted last week. The radio piece has been edited together and is also on the verge … Continue reading The process of putting together the whole multimedia elements

The FA chief executive Martin Glenn gives exclusive interview to the fan ownership project

A lot of email rejection, persistence, regular trips to a famous chain beginning with Wether and ending in Spoons, my project has now secured one of the most difficult interviewees in the The FA's chief executive Martin Glenn. Whilst he is currently trying to find an England manager (spoiler alert, it will be Gareth Southgate) his … Continue reading The FA chief executive Martin Glenn gives exclusive interview to the fan ownership project

Former Portsmouth administrator gives insight into the new plan for clubs facing administration

The ex-Portsmouth administrator Bryan Jackson has talked openly about the future of ownership, why he prefers selling clubs to supporters trust, and a new innovative plan he is trying to implement with supporters trust up and down the country in a new interview he conducted with me. A highly experienced football administrator, Jackson,  who is now based … Continue reading Former Portsmouth administrator gives insight into the new plan for clubs facing administration

Another week, another protest

  Another week in football, another turbulent and troubling week for clubs protesting against their owners. Charlton, Blackpool, Coventry are all desperately flagging and needing a new direction, which unites the fans. There is a strange perception, certainly when Portsmouth were trying to regain ownership of their club back in 2013, that fans owning their … Continue reading Another week, another protest