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Focus groups including one for disabled supporters give supporters a key role

SUPPORTERS are being asked to join two focus groups at the Reebok to share their thoughts on a range of new plans.

A disabled supporters focus group has been created alongside one dealing with improving the matchday experience, which will enable fans to propose ideas directly to the football club.

The groups will meet on a regular basis, speaking directly to members of Wanderers staff, and will be fronted up by head of public sales, Richard Gough.

“We have always benefited from our feedback focus groups, with a number of ideas and issues developing from those meetings, such as Fanzone and also elements of our ticketing policy,” he said.

“These two groups allow us to keep our ideas fresh with direct input from the fans about their off-field match-day experience.”

Any Wanderers supporter interested in taking part in either of the groups, or requiring more information, should contact

The deadline for applications to both groups is Tuesday, April 30.