Fleetwood Town’s Official Supporters Club (FTOSC) is being revamped as we head into the summer after one of the strangest seasons for everyone involved in football, from the staff to the fans.
With fans looking like they may be able to come back to Highbury for the 2021/22 season, the club wants to make sure that the link to the supporters grows stronger after a tough year and this has definitely been the case.
In a year where fans have been far from the ground on match days and haven’t been able to socialise with each other in Jim’s Bar, the Cod Army have come together and grown. More members have joined the group, supporting each other, and have been regular posters on the sites.
The FTOSC has had a revamp due to the group getting larger as superfan Rick Gilby has taken the role of Chairman, replacing Bernard Noble who has left the association this month. Jonathan Tombs has also joined the fans' committee which will help make future decisions relating to the supporters.
In a recent post on the ‘Cod Army Forum’, Tombs stated: “It’s been nice to see everyone come together in the tough times, helped each other when needed, and been there for each other.
“We’ve lost one of our own Sue White, which we all know will never be forgotten, and especially with George Mclaughlin through his accident and Tony Mclaughlin, I know they appreciate every single one of you.
“Also, great news to see Paul Deery on the mend, see you boys at Highbury. I hope you are all going to get involved and sign up when details get released. Stay safe Cods we will be back soon.”