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Trust releases 'Q&A' newsletter
Trust releases 'Q&A' newsletter

Working for City

Over the past month or so the Trust Board has had to focus its efforts on finding the best solution for York City (for the running and funding of the Club). Unfortunately, were sorry that this has meant weve not had time to respond as quickly as we would have liked to the many questions that supporters have raised.


A couple of weeks ago we provided an extensive release about the financial context for the Club, the significant improvement in the financial results compared to the past, and examples of the various matters have not worked in favour of the Trust/Club over the past 3 years. We've now also released a Q&A style newsletter providing a response to many of the questions that have been raised http://www.ycst.org.uk/ycst_newsletter_110406.pdf . We hope that these two documents will be useful to supporters to aid understanding. Both are available from the Trusts website at www.ycst.org.uk.


We have also been striving to provide some stability for the team to have the best possible chance of success on-the-pitch this season. Please be assured that were working in the best interests of York City. Like you, we love the Club and we want to see it prosper and progress.

 
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