CUOSC Fan Surgery at Brunton Park on Saturday
Carlisle United Football Club has offered the opportunity for its Supporters’ Trust Group (CUOSC) to use its newly refurbished Study Centre at Brunton Park on Saturday prior to the Accrington game, to give supporters a chance to come along and meet the new CUOSC Board and ask any questions they may have.
The Trust holds a significant shareholding in the Club and has recently undergone a change in its board. For more information click HERE
The Study Centre is next to the Blues Store just off Warwick Road at Brunton Park. Board Members including John Kukuc, Frank Beattie, Mike Denovelis, Jim Mitchell and Nigel Davidson will be in attendance from 1.15pm to 2.45pm to meet with fans and talk about anything they would like to discuss concerning Carlisle United and CUOSC.
Chief Executive Nigel Clibbens said: “We are delighted to be able to work together on this initiative. We are looking to offer a regular location so that all members of the Carlisle United Supporters' Group, including the Trust, can engage with supporters on a home match day, talk to them and listen to the things that matter to them.
"Vibrant supporter groups can help the Club be more responsive to the needs of its fans and our local community, and also help us work together to challenge and change what we do and help us be the best we can. We hope this proves a success and is useful to fans."
Jim Mitchell from CUOSC said: "We are very pleased to have access to accommodation at Brunton Park to meet our members and other supporters. This is just one example of the Club and CUOSC working in tandem to bring Carlisle United closer to it's fans, and vice-versa."