I have been particularly pleased with your efforts over the past year, an element of professionalism has come into your operations, the desire to question anybody such as the excellent Q&A on your site shows your awareness of the need for answers, and although sometimes an attempt to adopt a neutral stance sees you maybe shy a little over-much away from asking the difficult questions in public to any side, the march in July was an excellently organised show of strength by the Sky Blue Army. It showed we mattered, it showed we exist. And this positivity is surely something to build on. This shows that the Sky Blue Army can unite together, and be a passionate force for good. It shows that doing works better than any other approach to drawing attention towards our plight. So it is with concern that I read of the motion, part of which calls for a total boycott of Sixfields. I understand the desire and sentiment to punish our owners, but I have also seen the most effective ways of publicising our existence have been approaches other than this. What concerns me more however is the sheer impracticality of expecting 100% compliance; if there is a point to be made with low attendances, it has been made. Worse, the desire to make non attendance 100% serves to deflect attention from our plight. Time that should be spent rightly calling to account the protagonists in this farce, be it SISU, ACL, CCC or the Football League, is instead spent turning on fellow fans. This happens as it is, we do not need a mandate, even if unwitting, from the leading supporters' body. What does this serve? And more, who does it serve? Not us, as we need every man, boy and child behind us when we do return to the city (and it will happen, in some form). Whatever others do, we can fight to keep ourselves together whatever our differences. The beauty of coming from Coventry is it is a cosmopolitan city. We welcome all, we are tolerant of all, and we allow cultures to flourish. We need to show tolerance of others’ views, and we need to focus on events that can bring us together, not split us apart. Please think before voting on this resolution what the consequences may be for our own fanbase, for if anybody is to blame it is not us. Remember, we are all victims in this, do not make this worse by punishing ourselves.