With Martin McIntosh waiting for several of last season’s players to put pen to paper on new deals that have been agreed, the manager is continuing to talk to prospective new signings from his list of targets.
Meanwhile there is good news for supporters as the club has announced that admission prices have been pegged for 2012/13 at last season’s level.
Season tickets are now available and there is a deal for those purchasing before June 30. Until then an adult ticket will be £170 (including VAT), (£180 after June 30) and concessions at £100 (£110 after June 30). Concessions apply to members of the armed forces, Gold Card holders, over-60s, students and the disabled.
New ideas include a £25 season ticket for under-14s (same price before or after June 30) and an interest-free payment plan for those wishing to purchase their season ticket in instalments.
Season ticket holders will be able to claim a ten per cent discount on items purchased from the club shop, and discounted tickets for club events will also be available to them.
Admission prices for pre-season friendly matches will be £6 and £3. Admission to league fixtures will be £9 and £6.