It has been a busy period for The Glory 10, Perth Glory’s Fan Representative Group.
Following on from the Member and fan survey which they carried out at a recent home A-League Men’s game, they have participated in meetings with both the club and Australian Professional Leagues (APL), as well as lobbying on behalf of active Glory supporters regarding the issue of banners at HBF Park.
Chairperson Kim Hawkins provided the following update:
“The FRG has been busily working away on the key issues raised by fans.
“Thank you to those Members and non-Members that completed the recent survey, we appreciate your time and valuable input.
“We have a number of actions to progress and will keep you up to date on those.
“One of the issues raised relates specifically to the APL.
“Yesterday [Tuesday] I met with key APL staff to articulate the concerns raised from the PG fans, namely about communication and the future of our great club.
“The APL were very open to discussion and I felt heard.
“We know it’s an uncertain time while the ownership issue is being resolved, however, the FRG implores you to keep supporting the club as we move forward.
“The FRG also discussed the topic of lowering the age restriction in the Shed, which is based on feedback from fans.
“We are in discussions with the club and will survey fans to gauge the level of support for this change, as well as look at the history and any rules that currently apply to this restriction.
“The club have been extremely supportive and we will share the survey link very soon so keep an eye out for that.
“As always, reach out to any of the Glory 10 Members for a chat. – Kim, Chairperson FRG.”
The Glory 10 can be contacted in person on home ALM matchdays when they will be identifiable by their Glory 10 polo shirts, or by messaging Kim Hawkins and David Winkless (Glory Shed Supporters Club) on Facebook.
The club would like to thank the Glory 10 for their ongoing hard work and passionate support.