Saving Kingstonian – A Manifesto (of sorts)

Its absolutely fantastic to find, now follow and re-blog here such passionate support for the Ks. I can’t pretend I’ve done much for the club but I have followed them from a  distance for most of my 65 years. I’m excited by what’s been written not because I know it to be true but because I can tell how much passion for the club is there. Come on, let’s have the debate, let’s save the Ks.

THE KINGSTON ROAD END

Plenty has already been said and written about the referendum on community ownership, and it’s not my intention to add too much fuel to that particular fire. In my view, the referendum was ill-conceived, poorly timed and badly delivered; as such, both the exceptionally low turnout, and the one-sided result, were hardly surprising.

But something positive did come out of the referendum process: the opening of a (limited) dialogue between the board and fans, and the start of a debate amongst supporters with different views about the short and medium-term future of Kingstonian Football Club. This was much needed. There is clearly a variety of opinions about what needs to happen in the next few months, and the next few years, in order for the football club to survive and hopefully prosper in the future. These opinions need to be aired, and ideas shared, because at some point very soon…

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