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Lowestoft Town postpone supporters meeting to explain financial crisis

PUBLISHED: 13:33 22 March 2018 | UPDATED: 13:33 22 March 2018

Lowestoft Town's have postponed the supporters meeting, which was due to take place on Thursday evening. Picture: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town's have postponed the supporters meeting, which was due to take place on Thursday evening. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Lowestoft Town have postponed Thursday night’s scheduled meeting with supporters.

The meeting had been arranged to put fans fully in the picture over the cash crisis that has recently engulfed the Blues.

However, the club want more time to gather information before explaining the situation at the Amber Dew Events Stadium.

“The club can confirm that tonight’s scheduled meeting with the supporters has been postponed.

“After speaking with key individuals and consulting fans, we felt we needed more time to gather more information to give a clearer picture of the situation to you - the fans.

“It has taken more time to gather everything together than we first thought. We planned to lay out the information we currently have including specifics on supplier invoices, wages, ownership of the land along with other costs which a lot of supporters were interested in.

“However, we believe the full picture wouldn’t be given out tonight after all due to information we are still awaiting.

“Once we have this information, a full presentation will be made and the club will release a new date for a supporters meeting.


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