Alternative to STAR?

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Re: Alternative to STAR?

by westendgirl » 24 May 2018 09:47

Forbury Lion wrote:
Having said that, there doesn't need to be a permanent or fixed association as there is nothing to stop a group of fans with an idea getting together and implementing it - I think the group who occupied the away end to cheer on the team did so off their own backs/contacted the club (apologies for overlooking STAR if they were involved).... Twitter seems to be the place to get these things going.


There was STAR involvement in so far as there were 2 STAR board members in the original 50, but it is true to say it was not STAR led.

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Re: Alternative to STAR?

by John Smith » 25 May 2018 14:43

Forbury Lion wrote:
Having said that, there doesn't need to be a permanent or fixed association as there is nothing to stop a group of fans with an idea getting together and implementing it - I think the group who occupied the away end to cheer on the team did so off their own backs/contacted the club (apologies for overlooking STAR if they were involved).... Twitter seems to be the place to get these things going.

If that's the case then Twitter should fold

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