A meeting was held on the 4th September at Falkirk F.C. with the following outcome agreed. Sandy Riach remains as chairman following on from being re-elected at the AGM in May 2018. Peter Orr remains as vice chairman following on from being re-elected at the AGM in May 2018. Karen Disbury continues as general secretary having been elected unopposed at the AGM in May 2018 although this was not under dispute. Peter Ritchie continues as treasurer having been elected unopposed at the AGM in May 2018 although this was not under dispute. Stevie Sinclair continues as assistant secretary having been elected unopposed at the AGM in May 2018. The trustees of the charity will be increased to a minimum of 5. Sandy Riach and Keith [...]
May 12, 2018
The Annual General Meeting of the Scottish Disabled Supporters Association will take place at the National Stadium, Hampden Park on 26th May between 2pm and 4pm
March 5, 2018
Firstly, I must apologise for the lack of communication recently but this can be explained during the meeting. There are quite a few outstanding projects which need to be brought up to speed. The meeting will take place at McDermid Park, Perth 7pm-9pm. There is a lot to discuss and there may not be a [...]
July 14, 2017
Extract from recent article on Dunfermline Athletic F.C. web site….. “Dunfermline Athletic are delighted to announce the appointment of volunteer Disability Access Officer (DAO), Lynsey Jones. Lynsey, from Glenrothes will take up the new post with immediate effect and will provide the liaison between the Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters Club (DADSC) and the DAFC Board [...]
"Jim Leishman MBE, is a former professional footballer and is currently an honorary director of Dunfermline Athletic F.C. In 2012 he was elected to be a Scottish Labour Party councillor."
"Baron Foulkes of Cumnock is a Labour Party life peer and former chairman of Heart of Midlothian FC and will support the SDSA where possible."
"Sir David Murray is a Scottish entrepreneur, businessman and former owner and chairman of Rangers Football Club."
"A lifelong Saint Johnstone supporter,he is the more erudite and highbrow half of the Off the Ball show. He is a Doctor of English from the University of Hull, has studied at Harvard and has four honorary doctorates and professorships across the UK. Stuart is honorary president of the St Johnstone Disabled Supporters Club."