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Re: Yioryos Vasilaras

By Taimour (WeHateWombles)14/4 20:38Sun Apr 14 20:38:39 2024In response to Re: Yioryos Vasilaras

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The Supporters' Club is a members' organisation with a constitution to which people commit. I don't think it can be expected that it would detail every possible scenario, particularly a rare one. When confronted with the reality that the constitution does not prohibit something, you change tack to imply that only things which are explicitly articulated can be permitted. Taking a step back, and applying common sense, it is in the public interest that it be known that Kingstonian's major shareholder has not responded to a complaint made by a fellow member and has, in accordance with the constitution, and having not exercised his right of appeal, been expelled. Making that conclusion public, without detailing the complaint, strikes the right balance. The tone of the SC announcement is factual and sober. The outcome would, in any event, have become public at the next SC meeting and one or more members would have been entitled to post about it then. Also compare this to FA disciplinary procedures, whose outcomes are made public so as to encourage accountability and transparency. No doubt you would dismiss that practice as "naming and shaming".

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