Town fans appeal for Stadium deal to be made public
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN fans today called for the scrapped stadium shares agreement between Dean Hoyle and Ken Davy to be made public.
The Huddersfield Town Supporters’ Association want both sides to settle the bitter dispute over the allocation of shares in Kirklees Stadium Development Ltd.
And they believe only full public disclosure of the terms of the deal agreed between the two businessmen back in February 2010 will allow settlement.
Last week, Huddersfield Giants’ owner Mr Davy said he would agree to the February 2010 agreement with Town owner Mr Hoyle.
The deal collapsed in December 2011 and since then there has been claim and counter claim with the role of both Mr Hoyle and Mr Davy coming under lots of scrutiny from fans.
Thousands of fans made their views known last Saturday, wearing lime-green shares campaign T-shirts at the Town v Brentford match.
Steve King, chairman of the supporters’ association, said: “When asked about the details of the February 2010 deal by supporters and HTSA, Mr Hoyle responded to questions by stating that the legal restrictions prevented him from making any detailed comment or answering.