Writer: J P Fear
Date:Tuesday January 16 2007
The Club have set up a survey asking fans if they want a new club crest or not.
This follows on from Support Consultation Group meetings and now leads to the questions being put to the wider fan base. Our latest poll asks the same.
The Marketing Manager is keen for feedback and a fuller explanation from the official site follows:
Momentous events over the last six months mean Aston Villa Football Club is now at the dawn of a new era.
The arrival of a new owner and chairman in the shape of Randy Lerner, allied to the appointment of Martin O'Neill as manager means we can look to the future with renewed optimism.
Talks with fans have already begun on a wide number of issues and we've launched a Supporter Consultation Group (SCG) to ensure we work together for a brighter future.
Now we're giving our whole worldwide fan-base the chance to have a say on the issue of a new club crest.
Do we want a new crest? What should it look like? What should it say?
We've launched a survey on e-global panel and we want you to share your views.
New Chief Executive Richard FitzGerald told the official site: 'This is a fresh start for the club and the chairman and board are keen to liaise with supporters on as many key decisions as possible.
'General Krulak has already been instrumental in setting-up the SCG and department heads are currently addressing issues raised in the first meeting of that group. Now we want to hear from as many supporters as possible on this issue.'
Take part in the survey and you could win a signed 2007-08 home shirt - maybe with a new crest!
So what are you waiting for? Click here to have your say and help us shape a bright future for Aston Villa Football Club.
The survey closes on Friday January 26.
Date:Tuesday January 16 2007
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