Chairman Danny Hunter has said he’s happy to do a Q and A with the clubs supporters this coming Friday, after being asked by BWFC’s media a communication manager Grant Morris to do so and hopes that as many fans or local residents as possible can attend..

The Chairman also said, “I’m still optimistic about our survival chances after the Good Friday and Saturday National League results went our way. It could of been far, far worse and considering we also got our trip to league leaders Cheltenham Town out the way, it gives cause for optimism.. We are still very much in touch with four or five of the relegation threatened teams above us”..

“After our vital Easter Monday game here against fourth placed Dover Athletic, we’ll know exactly what we have to do.. We then finish our first ever National league campaign, with six league games against clubs who all sit in the bottom ten of the National League. That means things will get nervy but things are still very much in our own hands but it’s going to the wire”..

Hunter went on “If our supporters want a Q-and A, then I’m happy to oblige. A Friday night chatting with fans and a few friends about Boreham Wood Football Club, seems like fun and a good night to me”..

“It’s been a tough season for us all but a touch of reality, a few home truths on both sides and a chance to get a positive message out there is important.. Our club no matter what league it’s in has to be competitive and our clubs future cannot begin and end solely with the first team.. Not If we wish to survive and as such I must continue to build the club from the bottom up and not the top down”..

“That sounds logical but when your in a relegation scrap, that not always easy for passionate, frustrated and especially our new supporters to understand but I will always deal with the reality of keeping the club safe, as I have to pay the bills”..

Hunter concluded “After the Dover game on Monday, the dressing room have a busy and pressurised four weeks in front of them. They’ll have six massive league games and a cup final to deal with. It’s a schedule, that does not allow Luke Garrard and the players to attend any Q and A”..

“That particular chat can wait for another day, as I’m hoping a greater glory awaits our dressing room. After 9 months of hard slog, our season has been reduced from 46 league games, to a seven game sprint. That said you’ll hear no excuses from me in the next month. If we’re good enough then we will stay up, if we’re not we will go down its that simple”..

Anyone interested in attending this Fridays Q and A, should contact our media manager Grant Morris on

PLEASE NOTE; This event will start promptly at 7pm sharp on Friday, 1st April and Is scheduled for an hour and a half. It will also be held in the clubs boardroom and snacks will be provided free of charge in the bar afterwards for all those who attend..

For anyone coming to the club for the first time, car parking is free and entrance to the Q and A on the night, will be via the Gallery Suite..


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