Portsmouth FC executives Andrew Cullen, Tony Brown and Anna Mitchell were present at the latest Tony Goodall Fans’ Conference.
The virtual meeting of the heads of various supporter groups lasted for more than two hours and covered a range of topics.
This included a variety of ticketing issues, the ongoing redevelopment of Fratton Park and the recent purchase of the training ground, along with the possible introduction of vaccine passports and the implications this would have for fans.
With the transfer deadline passing earlier in the week, there was also time to reflect on the club’s summer business.
There were representatives from 15 various supporter groups at the conference, which is now in its 10th year after replacing the Supporters’ Advisory Panel.
Donald Vass, secretary of the Tony Goodall Fans’ Conference, said: “Since fan ownership, there has been a brilliant culture of open, honest engagement at Pompey.
“These meetings are a great example of that – how many other clubs field open questions from supporters’ groups for more than two hours, particularly after a difficult month, and then publish the details in full? It’s a fantastic level of transparency and really impressive.”
Click here to read the full minutes from the latest meeting.