NUST Survey Results - November 2020

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Dear member,

Today I am able to share with you the results of our latest member survey and the results are stark but not unexpected. Some of the highlights (or should they be lowlights?) include that almost 90% of our members think Newcastle United is not a well-run football club and fewer than 1% of you think that Newcastle United communicates well with its supporters.

Fewer than 4% of you are satisfied but the current team and management are making strides in taking Newcastle United to the next level,  especially topical in light of yesterday’s shambolic performance against Chelsea.  You can read the full report by clicking on the link below and we’ll be sharing these results with the club.

Newcastle United is at a crossroads, but we’ve been here before and we all know Newcastle needs change. We now seemingly have everyone united in that desire with only the Premier League standing in the way. While the noise around the prospective takeover continues, we will continue to do what we can through the channels that are open to us, to put pressure on the Premier League and a call for transparency.

It is also absolutely vital that Newcastle United does not fall asleep at the wheel again, which could potentially result in another harmful relegation. We’ve been told that the club has learned its lessons from previous similar situations but actions will speak louder than words in that regard and it is clear we the club is treading water and not making progress.

Separately, I’m absolutely delighted that we have launched a new partnership with the Newcastle United Foundation and their #BeAGameChanger campaign, and there will be more to come from us on this in the coming weeks.

Finally please do join me and your new vice-chair Thomas Concannon On Thursday 26th November at 8:00 PM for a live Q&A on YouTube and Facebook, hosted by our fellow board member Charlotte Robson.

NUST Supporter Survey Results – November 2020

All the best,
Greg Tomlinson
Chair NUST