CAST has been approached by someone writing a book about football (at all levels) in this country and he wants to talk to us about how it feels to have an unpopular owner and what (practically) can be done about it. He says:
"Part of the book is looking, specifically in the higher reaches of the game (Football League and top flight), at what happens when fans are faced with an unpopular (and possibly damaging owner). So, I'd be interested in the emotional and the practical side of this, essentially what it feels like and also what can (practically) be done about it."
We'd be very interested to hear CAST members' thoughts on this. Please e mail [email protected] before 5pm on Monday. Long essays are welcome but a few bullet points would be equally gratefully received.