Exciting plans in the works...
Chairman Phil Wallace said today that in addition to a new management team being put in place, that there would be other significant changes at Stevenage next season.
"Results forced us to change the management team and it is now also time for a change in the way we engage with our supporters," Wallace said.
"We have collectively been so busy trying to balance the books that we have forgotten our roots and how a club that originated in the lower leagues should engage with its fans.
"I intend to do something about that over the next few months to ensure we get back to being a club that prides itself on its engagement with its fans.
"I have felt for some while that we have not had this aspect of the club right, but you need the right people in place to drive real fan engagement, since it is an enormous challenge to do properly.
"The new North Stand will be the catalyst for change because we will be introducing new technology around the stadium that will allow us to be more supporter friendly.
"We will also have a big new stand that we can use for promotional and community use, so we can provide extra opportunity for more people to watch professional league football in Stevenage.
"This will start with £99 Adult Season Tickets in the new North Stand next season and further reduced Season Tickets elsewhere, following the recommendations from the focus group that have been meeting recently with Director Stuart Dinsey.
"There is a renewed energy around us now. We need to remember we are a club that wants to grow its fanbase and to do that we must provide excitement, value for money and above all, appreciation of our fans."