No doubt a great facility which would not exist without much hard work by a few individuals. I agree the point about it needing better communication but, simply, the 'them and us' thing is not a fallacy. At the original 'plans' meeting, it was said that people could invest towards the £1 million construction cost, get a return of 5% and get their money back in 5 years with no risk as the club would be underwriting the money. However, at that meeting it was stated that £700,000 had already been raised (£400,000 in cash and the rest in promises of work). Presumably, this was on the basis that personal approaches had been made to and by individuals to get there. That left £300,000 to raise and it was stated that details "would be released on the GT website in due course". This, of course, excluded those who were not able to access that website regularly. I was interested in investing having got a lump sum on retirement getting a minimal return. Regular checks of the website did not reveal anything except a statement in March 2018 to the effect that details were still not available but "Once we’ve been in contact with the people interested, we’ll be able to update all supporters on the completed plans". How one became one of the "people interested" is not clear. Was it necessary to submit an expression of interest first without details being made available? Not sure but certainly not publicised to the rank and file. The next notification on the website was on 18 January 2019 where it was tucked away in an article thanking a sponsor for the Coventry City Fanfest which said, "For those of you who are attending – we have an open meeting after the game, we’ll discuss all things ‘Supporters bar’. If you’re looking to attend the open meeting then please confirm by emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org." I was out of the country that month so did not pick up on this until after. So the only information that most supporters would have obtained as to how they may have got involved and become one of what have been referred to on here as "the chosen few" would have depended on being in the vicinity of the right information, or the right people, at the right time. Not making any particular point except that the perception of most is that there are those who feel they 'belong' and those who feel they have been excluded from the facility and, in particular, the very popular fanfests which were previouly accessible if you booked early enough but now are only available to the few who jumped all the hurdles when they were there and got lucky. Hence the feeling of 'them and us'. Perception, human nature and communication. Never to be ignored if you want to win hearts and minds.