An update from the chairman – 5th October

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Good morning all,

I write to you as we finally prepare to begin our delayed National League campaign tomorrow at home against Dover Athletic.

As we all know, it is sad and frustrating that you cannot join us at Hayes Lane, and watch the team live, and for this reason, I have taken the decision to invest in an external professional TV production team to film and edit the game in whole, and provide all additional and supporting features as you would expect to see from a Television Production. In addition, we have contracted with a streaming service that will allow each of you to access it at ease.

This has not been a cheap or in-house set up, as we have attempted to give you all the very best experience of the game and future games being played at Hayes Lane, and I hope as many of you as possible can join us and start to create our virtual online crowd.

I really hope you will all take advantage of what has been put into place, as it really is a fantastic way for you to support the Club on and off the pitch at the moment, at a time where we need you all on board as much as ever.

I hope you enjoy the match, and with a bit of luck, we’ll be able to welcome you back to Hayes Lane before long.

All the very best,



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