The EFL welcomed the opportunity on Tuesday evening to meet with representatives from various Blackpool Supporters’ Groups and the Blackpool Gazette to discuss their ongoing concerns in relation to Blackpool FC.
The meeting addressed and explained a number of key, and current, matters including the Owners’ and Directors’ test, the role of the EFL, issues pertaining to the existing ownership structure at the Club alongside the League’s overall approach to supporter engagement.
Throughout the course of the evening, those present were given the opportunity to put forward their respective group’s position as well as tabling other matters for consideration by the EFL, who was represented by its Chief Executive, Shaun Harvey.
He said on its conclusion: “The EFL continues to appreciate that the ongoing situation is complex and concerning for supporters of Blackpool FC and I would like to place on record my thanks to those who participated in tonight’s meeting.
“The debate proved to be a useful and constructive experience and, we will, over the coming weeks and months, continue to work with all stakeholders in an attempt to find the appropriate solutions into the relevant matters raised and discussed.”