1. Review of actions points
Ø Information will be released on May, 8. Blue seat day will take place on May 26-27.
Ø It was agreed an article will be put in the Newcastle programme to highlight the Forum's objectives and to aid new recruitment. This will also include an overview of the positive outcomes, achievements and decisions that the Fans' Forum have made in co-operation with the Club. The Club are happy to promote the success of the Fans' Forum across all media avenues, including social networking sites and unofficial websites. However, they are not keen to promote months in advance.
Ø The Club has a responsibility to enhance its services and communication, including via mobile phone apps. The Club would like feedback from fans on its services and where communication could be improved.
Ø PPV coverage of pre-season friendly matches on evertontv will be subject to the location of the games and kick-off times. Details are yet to be confirmed but fans will be informed ASAP. The financial implications of providing such a service will be taken into consideration before a final decision on coverage is made.
Ø The Club will undertake ground updates and improvements during the close season as they see fit and subject to budgets. They are also speaking with relevant parties on improving the footprint around the stadium. Audio-visual improvements will take place. The Club would like the fans to feedback ideas ASAP.
Ø It was agreed that forum members will have up to a three-year tenure period. Four members are to leave annually, with eight to stay. This system will aid the continuity and quality of the Forum. This is subject to increased recruitment and an overhaul of the selection process.
Ø It was agreed a system will be introduced where relevant feedback will be reported to away clubs via an Everton Football Club representative. This will be introduced for next season.
Ø The forum will present a gift/token to the manager. This will take place at Finch Farm on Friday May 4.
Ø Following a question raised regarding roles and responsibilities of senior managers, the Club confirmed it has an on-going strategy to demonstrate and communicate its achievements and effectiveness at all levels of the management structure. This is done through various channels, including the official website and the matchday programme.
Fans' Forum to offer information so the Club can advertise accordingly.
Fans' Forum to offer feedback on such services.
Fans' Forum to offer feedback ASAP.
The Club to introduce a template for reporting feedback.