Supporter Liaison Officer

The club are delighted to confirm that as a group Ross Corbett,Nathan Maxwell, Simon Clingan and Iain Wright have taken on the voluntary role as the Queen of the South football club supporters Liaison committee. 
 
The four lifelong queens supporters will aim to provide both individual supporters and supporters groups with a link into the club allowing them to put their thoughts, views and ideas forward. They hope to continue to enhance the relationship between the club and supporters and also help further promote the club within the community therefore hopefully encouraging more people through the gate and creating a better atmosphere for supporters and players alike. 
 
The role is backed by Uefa and the Scottish FA in the context of the clubs licensing regulatory framework and is designed to ensure that fans have a dedicated point of contact at Queens and a committee that will best represent the needs of the fans within the club and ensure that the most common issues are raised at the highest level at Palmerston Park.
 
Ross says his favourite game was the 1985 Scottish Cup tie at Stranraer where Queens ran out as 6-4 winners, a great game with a great atmosphere. His favourite goal was one of Andy Thomson`s many during his Daily Record Golden Boot winning season, a great goal at Gayfield Park, Arbroath which was celebrated wildly by the handful of travelling fans. Ted McMinn`s rampaging runs down the wing and occasionally through the Coo Shed see him named as his favourite player. 
 
Nathan and Iain both have Ryan McCann`s legendary 84 yard strike that confirmed our visit to Hampden for a Scottish Cup Semi-Final as their favourite goal.
 
Nathan lists his favourite game as the 2006 away game at Dens Park where a thunderous late strike from Gary Wood saw Queens run out 3-2 winners. Stephen Dobbie is his all time favourite player. 
 
Iain says that Jimmy Robertson would take his vote as his favourite player and goes with the unbelievable game which ended in a 4-3 win over Aberdeen at Hampden in the Scottish Cup Semi as his favourite. 
 
Simon would put his most memorable game as the 2-0 away win in the semi final of the challenge cup at Morton in 1997 which saw Queens reach their first final in the competition. Stevie Mallan scored that night and he also scored Simon`s favourite goal a great long range effort against Dundee Utd at Palmerston in the league cup defeat the same season. Simon says it would be a close call between Tam Bryce and Stephen Dobbie with the latter probably just winning his vote. 
 
Anyone looking to contact the SLO committee may do so at any of the matches home or away, via their Facebook and Twitter pages or on one of the email addresses listed below:
 

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20th November 7pm

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