Having thought about it, my disappointment is based around the designs that have been put up on twitter and Instagram. A lot of them I liked a lot and accomadated the carpet right logo well. Although I don't like the shirt, I like that the club aren't scared to try something different. Shows a more forward thinking approach.I'd rather it divide people, stripes the same way with a sponsor plonked on a rectangle is boring. I'm a traditionalist, but its such a minimal change the reaction os bonkers
The trick with Hermes is to get them to deliver to one of the local convenience stores that they use, you receive a text when it's there and pop in to collect. No waiting around for delivery, or retrieving stuff bunged over the fence, simples !
As some one who regularly sends out over 250 orders a month, hermes have been pretty reliable for me, during covid I was posting stuff and it was arriving days earlier than Royal Mail!!
The club, like any other limited company, is owned by its shareholders. The biggest and majority shareholder is ECST, a Trust made up of those supporters of ECFC who wish to paticipate through a minimum commitment of £25 per year, which gives them equal standing with other members regardless of financial input. Our shareholding doesn't give us the autonomy that 75% or 90% shareholding would, but the control it does give makes it possible to act mostly as if we were the sole owners , due to our ability to out vote all other share holders in any general meetings of ECFC.The supporters don’t own the club, They are made to believe they do and some do buy into that belief. Even the club don’t own anything of any real value.