2016-08-02 19:30 - 2016-08-02 21:00
Following last season's successful "meet the manager night" Chorley fans will again have the opportunity to "grill the gaffer" ahead of the club's third season in the Vanarama National League North. Matt Jansen and Jonathan Smith have once again agreed to explain their thoughts, viagra 100mg
plans and ambitions to the Chorley faithful as well as answering questions.
The event will take place at Chorley Supporters Trust's August meeting on TUESDAY 2ND AUGUST at 7:30PM in the Victory Park Social Club. Admission, which is free, is open to members and non members alike although there will be the opportunity to join or rejoin the Trust for the coming season.
Trust chairman, Ryan Modlin said: "Half way through last season Matt, Jamie, Smudger and Ken Wright were good enough to spend well over an hour taking questions from fans at a meet the manager night. The whole panel spoke with great candour and enthusiasm for the club. It was warmly received by all the fans present and those following on social media. I'm delighted that Matt has again offered to give up his time after training to address the fans".
Fans unable to attend the evening will be able to keep up with all the comments, questions and answers by following on Twitter @CFCST. Questions can also be submitted by emailing email@example.com ensuring you include your full name.
The evening, just four days before Chorley's opening fixture against FC United of Manchester, will also see the launch of the Trust's "Pledge for Magpies Scheme". The initiative involves fans making a financial pledge linked to the teams performance throughout the season; such as "£1 for every goal scored". All the money raised will be used to help fund the new Chorley FC Youth System. At the end of the season there will be a prize draw for all those that have taken part in the scheme.
Chorley manager Matt Jansen will take questions from Chorley fans on Tuesday 2nd August