I'd of course like to belatedly add my congratulations to the Sint-Truiden 20 for a well-conceived and well-executed protest. Good, positive coverage both sides of the Channel. I'd only point out that the Football League is now inviting nominations for the Capital One Supporter of the Year. Why don't we vote for Joe Read (or any one of the 20) and encourage disgruntled fans of other clubs to back him too, as a representative of fans that care in the face of owners that don't?
The Football League statement calling for nominations suggests someone who has "gone above and beyond the call of duty and added that extra special bit of devotion to their club". Rather than the gong going to the usual (entirely laudable) fan who's got up two hours before he went to bed to crawl the length of the country for every home and away game, we could galvanise a vote in favour of a fan who demonstrates devotion to his club by not simply accepting that fans have no role to play other than paying their money and cheering.
I was going to do the necessary myself, but the website does say that it will be important in determining which nominees are shortlisted (the closing date for nominations being 9 March) that as much information as possible is given about the supporter (how long a fan etc). Perhaps if it's not already been done someone who can answer the questions can nominate Joe.