Live webchat with Albion chief executive Paul Barber today at 1pm

Live webchat with Albion chief executive Paul Barber today at 1pm

Live webchat with Albion chief executive Paul Barber today at 1pm

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Today Paul Barber, chief executive of Albion, will join us for a  live webchat.

And there is still time to get your questions in.

Would you like to hear about standing in stadiums? The club’s debts? Financial Fair Play? Or something else entirely?

Visit The Argus website to take part in the exclusive live webchat with Mr Barber, which will be simultaneously livestreamed onto our site.

You can either email your questions ahead to peter.truman@theargus.co.uk, tweet them to @albionnews, or simply comment here, or on the webchat itself once it’s up and running.

The webchat will start at 1pm today at www.theargus.co.uk/albion.

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7:15am Fri 21 Feb 14

Albion In Staffs says...

Well I hope this will be more constructive than the last supporter thread on "talking point".
Supporters constantly ask for more communication, so here it is thanks to nice work by all involved in setting it up. I for one, am looking forward to hearing/seeing the conversation.
Well I hope this will be more constructive than the last supporter thread on "talking point". Supporters constantly ask for more communication, so here it is thanks to nice work by all involved in setting it up. I for one, am looking forward to hearing/seeing the conversation. Albion In Staffs
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7:30am Fri 21 Feb 14

Albion In Staffs says...

Could Mr. Barber explain the policy of holding off on player contract negotiations until the summer, as opposed to securing senior players now?
Today's Orlandi story appears to reflect a player who would be an asset in either division next season and who wants to stay.
It seems that in such a situation, waiting makes no sense and actually increases the possibility of losing out?
Could Mr. Barber explain the policy of holding off on player contract negotiations until the summer, as opposed to securing senior players now? Today's Orlandi story appears to reflect a player who would be an asset in either division next season and who wants to stay. It seems that in such a situation, waiting makes no sense and actually increases the possibility of losing out? Albion In Staffs
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