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Swans to host second ‘Structured Dialogue’ forum

Designed as a platform to capture the key concerns of a cross section of supporters, this forum will offer the opportunity to meet with key decision makers for constructive and engaging discussions about off-field developments.

While the club already holds regular fans forums with key members of senior management and football staff, this additional structure will provide a cross section of supporters with the opportunity for lengthy discussion on key concerns and matters relating to the club.

The new forum is a recommendation of the Government Expert Working Group, which was established by the Minister for Sport in 2014, to provide engagement and dialogue between a club and its main stakeholders, the fans.

The meeting will be hosted on Monday, November 20 (6-8pm) at the Liberty Stadium.

To register interest in attending, supporters should email their name and contact telephone number, as well as any relevant questions they may have for the agenda to [email protected]

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