Liverpool wants to give the supporters more power in the decision making in the club.
has been facing some problems with the fans, and now after an apology, the board has decided to make an update in the supporters' board, giving them more practical power in the decision making processes of the club to demonstrate the club’s attention to the fans’ role in the club and to make the board’s relationship with the fans stronger.
Based on the statement that the club has published on their website, there will be a deeper consultation with the fans on the strategic decisions.
"The supporters board will hold regular meetings with the club and the chair will be invited to attend LFC's main board meetings when fan-facing strategic matters arise,"
the statement posted on the club's website said
"The existing fan forums structure will remain in place but will be reshaped into three main working groups to cover ticketing, matchday experience and equality, diversity and inclusion.
"This will ensure operational issues and projects continue to be discussed by club officials and supporters. When appropriate, these matters will also be represented at the supporters board level."
The club’s chief executive Billy Hogan, the Spirit of Shankly (SOS) group, and official supporters' trust members had talked, and a new management model has been created to make the supporters’ relationship with the club stronger.