As I recall, Al Crockford was involved in this.I do recall that..I remember thinking at the time that it was bang out of order to go to Mr Hills home.
It was a small group of younger supporters iirc.The exuberance of youth was a forgiving factor with the Hills I would imagine.
It might be the Freddie Starr rather than Dan, the former was supposedly threatening to take over the club. During those protests my banner read "Clifford Hill ate my Club" which made the local press. It is a bit out of context unless you remember that Mr Starr apparently once ate someone's hamster. Thankfully, Clifford stood his ground as latterly the 'would be' club owner was linked in Operation Yewtree to Gary Glitter and Jimmy Saville.Didn’t a pic of the banner make the front page of the Sunday Independent which was quite a big thing in those days.
Stuart Dawes had been the chairman at Plymouth previously iirc.Thanks for that. I'm sure you're right. I knew it was someone with a green connection..