Don't quite understand why the CTSA made that post. Surely one would speak to the club and then make any required postings?
Damned if you do and damned if you don't.
The question was raised at the AGM last night. If the CTSA don't make a statement about what they're doing and then the question is reported, the CTSA are then asked why they're not doing anything about it.
The CTSA had already been in discussions about this matter with the club. The statement was a "holding comment" making it clear that they were aware and taking appropriate action. The CTSA have not alleged misconduct, rather they are seeking to clarify the details behind what was raised at the AGM, a matter they were previously aware of and in the process of addressing.
I should add that the club have been very keen to work with the CTSA on this, hence the promptness with which the meeting was arranged.
As a final note and in the manner of full disclosure, after a short break I have returned to the board of the CTSA.
Then the response is verbally to the attendees at the AGM and any further update posted after a meeting with the club.
Which according to the statement will be today.
As Mat says you can't win either way.
After the last board meeting with the club it was suggested we would initially share feedback verbally with attendees at the AGM, it immediately resulted in a complaint on here that CTSA was not being proactive in communicating with members.
Whatever you do someone will have a moan about it.