Full recording of the Pat Nevin Q&A at the Chelsea Supporters’ Trust SGM held in October…
After the recent Chelsea Supporters’ Trust SGM, we were delighted at have former Chelsea player, Pat Nevin as our special guest.
Pat Nevin is one of Chelsea’s most loved former players and graced the Stamford Bridge pitch with his style and flair in the 1980’s.
Pat is now a respected and insightful football pundit working predominantly with BBC Radio 5 Live and many Chelsea supporters will have read his erudite blogs in ChelseaFC.com.
Pat talked about his career with Chelsea and gave us his thoughts on the current Chelsea side, modern football and working in the media.
The full Q&A can be heard here:
Full recording of the Chelsea Supporters’ Trust Special General Meeting held in October…
The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust held their first SGM of the season in the Atlas Pub recently.
The Agenda covered subjects uppermost in Chelsea Supporters minds including the issue of Kick-Off times and their re-scheduling for TV covered by Tim Rolls. In addition Ramzi Shammas discussed the recent Annual Survey and plans for the survey next year; Cliff Auger discussed supporters issues and the recent unveiling of the Jack Whitley Memorial and plans for further work with Brompton Cemetery and Henry Fowler presented an update on our efforts with the campaign for Safe Standing.
Charles Rose, Chairman, Chelsea Pitch Owners also presented an update of the CPO’s recent activities.
CST members were also given the chance to ask questions to the board.
The meeting was recorded and can be heard in full here:
The Annual General Meeting of the Chelsea Supporters Trust was held at 14:00 on Sunday 13th of August 2017.
As always we recorded the meeting for the benefit of members who were unable to attend in person. You can listen to it here:
1. Welcome and apologies
2. Chairman’s Report – overall report on Trust issues and accounts
3. Secretary’s Report
4. 2017 Annual Survey – summary of results
5. Board Elections
6. Motions from the CST Board
6.1 Board Elections
6.2 Approval of 2016/17 Accounts and Use of Independent Examiner
6.3 Chelsea Supporters Trust affiliations
6.4 Stamford Bridge Redevelopment
6.5 Future of Chelsea Pitch Owners
6.6 Temporary Stadium
6.7 Atmosphere Concerns and Safe Standing
6.8 Ticket Pricing and Availability
6.9 Kick-Off Times
6.10 Membership of Safety Advisory Group
6.11 Ticket Touting
6.12 Stakeholder Engagement
6.13 Football in the Community
6.14 Club Heritage
6.15 Supporters Club Ticket Allocations
7. Any Other Business
The Chelsea Supporters Trust ‘Virtual’ Special General Meeting was held at 7:30 pm on-line via www.mixlr.com/chelsea-fancast on Thursday 22nd June
It gives members who have been unable to attend SGMs this season in person a chance to hear what the Trust has been engaged with on their behalf and to ask questions via email beforehand or on the chat page whilst listening in.
The meeting started with the ‘Chairman’s Report’ where updates were provided on the Trust’s recent activities on behalf of the members on supporters issues and the forthcoming AGM and Elections in August.
We are currently busy collating the answers to the Annual Survey and Ramzi Shammas was on hand to provide us with an update. The survey finishes on June 30th so if you have not completed it yet please go to www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CST-survey-2017
Richard Weekes talked about the Trust’s various activities to improve the Atmosphere at Stamford Bridge and Dan Silver reported back and answered questions about our links with and issues for overseas members.
If you would like to become a member of the Chelsea Supporters Trust then go to chelseasupporterstrust.com/join-us/ fill in the details and then scroll down to choose ‘Individual Voting Member’ on the subscribe button which will take you to Paypal.
After the wonderful win against Man Utd the Chelsea Supporters Trust held their first Special General Meeting of the season to discuss the new Board; the new Working Groups and to reveal the key points in the results of the annual Members Survey.
After all that we wrapped up proceedings with a Q&A session with much loved Chelsea legend Kerry Dixon.
The agenda for the meeting was as follows:
Chelsea Supporters Trust – Special General Meeting
Sunday 23rd October 2016 at 18.30
Atlas Pub 16 Seagrave Road London SW6 1RX
1. Introduction (David Chidgey) (5 mins)
2. Working Groups Report (25 mins):
• Atmosphere (Richard Weekes)
• Supporter Issues (Cliff Auger)
• Stamford Bridge Redevelopment (David Johnstone)
• Affiliations (Cliff Auger)
• Community (Cliff Auger)
3. Membership Survey (Celia Mindelsohn) (20 mins)
4. Questions (10 mins)
5. Any Other Business
6. Kerry Dixon Q&A and Book signing (45 mins)
The podcast of the Chelsea Supporters Trust Annual General Meeting held at The Copthorne Hotel, Stamford Bridge on Saturday 13th August.
Tim Rolls was in the Chair and there were contributions from CST board members: Cliff Auger; Debs Coady; David Johnstone; Neil Beard; Celia Mindelsohn; Richard Weekes and David Chidgey as well as contributions from various CST members.
On the agenda:
1. Welcome and apologies
2. Chairman’s report – overall report on Trust issues
3. Secretary’s report
4. Treasurers report
5. 2016 Membership survey – feedback of results
6. Board Elections
7. Motions from the CST board
7.1 Approval of 2015/16 Accounts and Use of Independent Examiner
7.2 Chelsea Supporters Trust affiliations
7.3 Stamford Bridge Redevelopment
7.4 Future of Chelsea Pitch Owners
7.5 Temporary Stadium
7.6 Atmosphere Concerns and Safe Standing
7.7 Ticket Pricing and Availability
7.8 Kick-Off Times
7.9 Membership of Safety Advisory Group
7.10 Ticket Touting
7.11 Stakeholder Engagement
7.12 Football in the Community
7.13 Club Heritage
7.14 CST Annual Membership Renewal date
8. Any other business
Chelsea Supporters Trust working group member David Chidgey did an interview with TalkSPORT over the weekend of 23/24 February 2013.
Listen here: http://www.talksport.co.uk/radio/listen-again/episode/106315.
(Interview starts at 16:28. The Trust-related chat is at about 25:00.)