This morning we put out the following tweet.
Then followed it up with this
This was in no way an attempt to have a go at her, just as we said we did think she would have said something by now. Unfortunately we have seen some blogs or people having a go as if she’s involved in some kind of conspiracy. This is the type of stuff we must ignore and take no part in if we want fans voices to be heard.
There is no room for division.
We understand that there is no quick fix to the structural and administrative problems which currently plague Our game. We will have to be patient.
We are sure that there is no conspiracy of silence being played out by the clubs. We accept that prominent club officials could be on holiday, and we also accept that clubs may wish to have discussions prior to a joint and meaningful statement being released.
However, we don’t think that it is too much for concerned supporters to expect their club to release a interim statement to fans, even if it is just to assure them that the situation is being discussed and they are listening to the fans.
This would then give supporters confidence and the clubs some breathing space to reach their early conclusions.
So far only Celtic have spoken out and we expect to hear more from them in the near future in regards of their own resolution 12. We hope that other clubs will soon communicate their situation to supporters