Supporters boost for Sonstrust
The head of the Scottish Football Supporters Association (SFSA) has pledged his support to Dumbarton Football Club’s fan group. Paul Goodwin, CEO of the national association– which has 68,000 members nationally – attended the meeting of the Sonstrust board before the Dumbarton v Raith Rovers game this Saturday, offering full support to the trust in its work to secure the future of Dumbarton FC. A‘Son of the Rock’by birth himself, Goodwin set up the SFSA in 2015 along with Sonstrust communications officer Simon Barrow. They national fans’ body launched their manifesto, ‘Transforming Scottish Football’at Holyrood last year, and their governing body includes former Scottish First Minister Henry McLeish and the founder of Scottish Women in Sport, Maureen McGonigle. Paul Goodwin told the Lennox Herald:“I’m delighted to come to Dumbarton and support the work of the Sonstrust. “They have imaginative plans to increase their stakeholding in the club they love, in partnership with others, and their ambition mirrors the desire of tens of thousands of Scottish football supporters to build a better future for the game and for their clubs.”
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